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Mixing it up with RCC’s Chef Bright

Chef Hatley Bright, director of the Culinary Arts program at Rappahannock Community College, will be sharing her skills this summer in a new series of courses. These will be offered to the general public at RCC’s Kilmarnock Center, through the college’s Workforce and Community Development Office. Chef Bright is presenting three “Home Chef” classes, as […]

Despite the yellow tape RCC’s Glenns Campus is open for business

“The roof is past its expected lifespan,” says Kim McManus, Rappahannock Community College’s vice president of finance and administrative services. He is speaking about the current renovation project at RCC’s Glenns Campus, which started last month and is expected to continue through August. The project will secure the roof against high winds as well as […]

RCC students attain paramedic status

On January 24, a long-awaited pinning ceremony honored three groups of Rappahannock Community College students who have completed a highly challenging curriculum in paramedic studies. The gold and blue Paramedic lapel pin from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians recognizes not only the hard work and accomplishments of these students, but the support, patience, […]

RCC honors Dr. King

“Martin Luther King Day means overcoming obstacles,” says the Rev. Mr. Keith Parham, pastor of First Baptist Church of Hockley, in King and Queen County. Parham was one of the guest speakers at Rappahannock Community College’s tribute to Martin Luther King on January 20. Parham grew up in Petersburg at a time when Virginia was […]

RCC student trip to General Assembly a great experience for all

On Monday, February 3, 2014, students of Rappahannock Community College’s Warsaw Campus traveled to a session of the General Assembly in Richmond. Those making the student trip were Taryn Burrell of Northumberland County, Connor Gay of King George County, and Shanekya Tate of Westmoreland County. Each year RCC’s president, Dr. Elizabeth Crowther, invites a few […]

RCC partners with marine associations to offer certification courses

A new partnership between Rappahannock Community College, the Virginia Marine Trades Association, and the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) will soon result in a number of courses leading to ABYC certification, which will be offered at the Deltaville Community Association Building (17147 General Puller Highway, Deltaville). The first of these will be a four-day […]

RCC professor covers Kennedy retrospective

Capping a lifelong interest in President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, Rappahannock Community College faculty member Jack Moore (associate professor, Administration of Justice) traveled to Dallas to take part in a solemn memorial observance on the event’s 50th anniversary, November 22. A cross-section of historians and conspiracy theorists were present in order to learn more or […]