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February 24 , 2006 
Vol. 57, No.31

VVC Theater Arts Students Receive Standing Ovation at Kennedy Center/American College Theater Festival

This year’s entry into the Kennedy Center/American College Theater Festival by the Victor Valley College Theater Arts program was celebrated with thunderous applause and standing ovations. The event was hosted by Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah.

The Region Eight Governing Board of the KC/ACTF invited the college to showcase a scene from Baby with the Bathwater for inclusion in the Evening of Invitational Scenes. The event featured only 9 scenes selected from a total of 60 that were nominated.

Fifty colleges and universities from all over the western region participated including Arizona, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada, Utah, and California.
This was the eighth year the college has been invited to participate.

Victorville Elks Lodge Charitable Corp. Sponsors Vocational Scholarship

A check for $4,000 was delivered to the Victor Valley College District Foundation on behalf of the local Victorville Elks Lodge (#1877) Charitable Corporation to fund the inaugural Victorville Elks Vocational Excellence Scholarship.

This scholarship is available to any qualified student enrolled in a vocational program at VVC. To qualify, students must provide a copy of the Webpage cover sheet, a completed application, two reference letters, an unofficial transcript, and a 200 word education/career goal essay.

The mission of the local Elks Lodge is to seek out and support various individuals and groups that are in need of financial assistance. According to information listed on their Website, the Elks national scholarship program is ranked second to the United States government in the number of scholarships awarded each year. For more information, students are invited to log on to the scholarship Website at:

VVC Presents "An Evening of Comedy & Magic"

VVC Presents is proud to welcome back the ever popular "Evening of Comedy & Magic” for one show to be held Saturday, February 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. This impressive production has been referred to as “the perfect family show" and promises some of the world's funniest and cleverest stars of magic.

This amazing show stars four internationally acclaimed master magicians and illusionists direct from Hollywood's World Famous Magic Castle, Las Vegas, Reno and international stages. Headliners include Stoil and Katerina; from Bulgaria, Jack Kalvan; Aaron Fischer; and The Great Tomsoni and Company; from Poland.

Tickets are now available by calling the Ticket Information Office at 760 245 4271 ext. 849 (TIX),

Two Victor Valley College Basketball Players Honored

Elise Daughton and Valerie Delgado were selected for postseason honors by a vote of the member coaches of the Foothill Conference for the 2005-2006 season. Each player was recognized for outstanding play as a member of the Rams basketball team.

Daughton was named first team All-Foothill Conference, and Delgado received All-Foothill Conference honorable mention.

Activity Calendar

Performing Arts Center

Call 245-A.R.T.S. (2787) for 24-hour event information.

An Evening of Comedy & Magic
Saturday, February 25 at 7:30 p.m.

Gordy Ohliger Banjo-Ologist, vintage instruments
Sunday, February 26 at 2:30 p.m.
For Tickets Call 946-0183

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