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Forty-two attend PRIME TIME Family Reading Time at MGCCC’s Community Arts Center

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, in partnership with the Mississippi Humanities Council, hosted the first PRIME TIME Family Reading Time event at the Community Arts Center at the Perkinston Campus on February 23. The six-week program is a family literacy program that targets
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Inaugural Gulf Coast Chili Cook-off will benefit students and local nonprofit

The Jefferson Davis Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and the 2015 class of Leadership Gulf Coast are co-hosting the first-ever Gulf Coast Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, March 7 from noon to 3 p.m. The cook-off will take place at the Hospitality Resort Management Center,
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A’Darius Steele chosen for select health care program

A’Darius Steele, a freshman pre-pharmacy major from Gulfport, has been selected to participate in the Health, Equity and Leadership Initiative Program (HELI) at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. Steele, a forward on the Bulldogs soccer team at the Perkinston Cam
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5K race at MGCCC’s Perkinston Campus to help local family

The Reflections Team at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Perkinston Campus will host the Walters Family 5K race on Saturday, April 18, to help raise funds to assist with current and future medical bills for Brooks Walters. Check-in is set for 8 a.m. at the Bell Tower on the
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Ribbon cutting scheduled for MGCCC’s City Line Café

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College will hold a ribbon cutting for the City Line Café on Thursday, February 12 at 10 a.m. The café, located in the Hospitality and Resort Management Center on the Jefferson Davis Campus, has been open for the since mid-January. It features food pre
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MGCCC hosts governor, legislators for town hall meeting on Health Initiative

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College hosted a Community Town Hall Meeting with Governor Phil Bryant at its Jackson County Campus on Monday, February 2, in support of the Mississippi Girls Health Initiative and Healthy Teens for a Better Mississippi.  The college has partnered with
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Visit Freedom Summer, 1964 at MGCCC’s Perkinston Campus

Exhibition showcases works of Civil Rights photographer Herbert Randall Jr. It was 1964.  The Beatles and other British rock groups were taking America and the rest of the world by storm. Cassius Clay won the Boxing World Heavyweight Championship.  The Vietnam War was made official an
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