A community tradition will continue once again this year in DeWitt. First Central State Bank and Motion Raceworks will partner to present this year’s annual Community Easter Egg hunt in DeWitt. The event will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at the Central DeWitt Community MS/HS outdoor sports complex. The hunt will be separated into age divisions, with groups featuring 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; and 7 through 9. Pictures with the Easter Bunny and First Central’s mascot Packy Panda will start at
March 14, 2023 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact Person: Jeff Morris(563) 652-5252 email@example.com Imagine the Possibilities Celebrates 50 Years of Service IOWA – The year 2023 marks an important milestone for Imagine the Possibilities, a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with disabilities. This year, the organization celebrates 50 years of service to their local communities.In 1973, a group of individuals banded together to form this organization that would give people equal
In 2021, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges moved its long-standing Graphic Arts program entirely online. For more than 25 years, the program has provided students with the advanced, real-world skills needed to be successful in the graphic design field. Today, the program boasts students from across the country and continues to provide the same high-quality education at an affordable cost. For those interested in exploring a graphic design career, the college is hosting an online information session on
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, veterinary technician jobs are expected to increase nearly 20 percent in the next six years. The “COVID-19 pet boom” produced a surge in pet adoptions that the country has never seen before—in nearly 20 million American households—spurring an even greater demand for veterinary care. Muscatine Community College (MCC) of Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is inviting people to learn more about this in-demand field and the Veterinary Technician Program on Tuesday,
DAVENPORT, IA—Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is excited bring back its annual Women in IT Conference on Friday, March 24, with a great line-up of speakers and presentations. Hosted by the EICC’s Information Technology department, the day-long event is open to local women working in the IT field, current students, and/or considering a technology-related career.“There are many women working in the profession, but those numbers are not nearly what they could be,” said EICC IT Instructor Roberta Osmers.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is partnering with NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) to offer free Family-to-Family and Family and Friends mental health seminars throughout February and March. Nationally developed and federal agency approved, these seminars are designed to inform and support individuals whose loved ones are struggling with mental health issues. These seminars are ideal for family members and/or caregivers of an individual living with a mental health condition over the
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