CF welcomes these new employees or those who have transitioned to a new role. Maribel Cardona, Graphic Design and Website Coordinator, Appleton Museum of Art Joanne Diaz, Instructional Designer, E-Learning Victoria Pfeiffer, Groundskeeper, Facilities Chase Piper, Trades Specialist, Facilities
Monthly Archives: June 2019
Please find the June Better You Pursuit newsletter link. This month’s wellness newsletter features topics. • Focus on men’s health. • Keep July 4th celebration fun and safe. • Recipe: grilled chicken vegetable kabobs. Click on the link below and select the Florida Blue Center nearest you to check out the activities calendars for great wellness programs. https://www.floridablue.com/find-a-location
Congratulations to CF Baseball player James Nix on being named National Junior College Athletic Association Baseball First Team All-American! Nix is first Patriot player in 15 years to receive the honor. From walk-on to Major League Baseball draft pick and University of South Carolina signee, James’ Cinderella story continues to inspire. Read more here.
Congratulations to the following CF employees who will represent the Association of Florida Colleges CF Chapter for 2019-2020. President: Ron Kielty, Information Technology President-Elect: Victoria Colleli, Access Services Vice President: Cynthia Moody, Business and Technology Secretary: Tina Banner, Marketing and Public Relations Treasurer: Cara Bennett, Information Technology Immediate Past President: Sharon Altany, Conference Services Citrus
The Appleton Museum of Art joins museums nationwide in participating in the 10th summer of Blue Star Museums, a program that provides free admission to our nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families now through Sept. 1. The Appleton is pleased to extend this offer to Veterans. Blue Star Museums is an initiative of the
May 30, 2019 Good morning, team, We welcomed members of the Lockheed Martin leadership team to our District Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday, where they recognized our partnership with a plaque commemorating the STEMcon event held in March. The event welcomed middle school students to campus for demonstrations and hands-on activities in Science, Technology, Engineering