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LCCC Spaghetti Dinner Benefit For Natural Born Helpers Scholarship Fund

If you’re thinking about going out to dinner this Saturday night, why not go out for a delicious Spaghetti dinner and help out LCCC?

Laramie County Community College will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner Benefit on Saturday,April 12th, from 5 p

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Celebrating Mardi Gras
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4-H Mardi Gras Carnival Runs 1-6 at LCCC March 8

Are you looking for some Mardi Gras fun for the whole family?

Head to the Laramie County Community College's all purpose gym on Saturday, March 8, from 1 to 6 p.m.

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LCCCPappas and Pappas
LCCCPappas and Pappas
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LCCC Hopes To Begin Building Project Soon

Since the $18 million is less than the $22 million in state money the college had asked for officials are planning ways to work around the $4 million reduction from the original plan.

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See ‘The Boys Next Door’ at the LCCC Playhouse February 21-March 2

Would you like a night of entertaining, thought-provoking live theatre?

The Next Step Performance Company is presenting 'The Boys Next Door' at the Laramie County Community College Playhouse on the weekends from February 21 to March 2.

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Fall Colors at LCCC 2013 photo by Trent Morrell
Trent Morrell, Laramie County Community College
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Fall Colors in Cheyenne at Laramie County Community College [PHOTOS]

Where do you think the best fall colors are in Cheyenne?

I asked for foliage photos earlier this week and luckily received some before the storm rolled in.

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John Frame: Three Fragments of a Lost Tale
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John Frame Artwork Displayed at LCCC Through September 13 [VIDEO]

Would you consider yourself an art lover? Then you should see the latest exhibit at Laramie County Community College running through Friday, September 13.

Sculpture, photographs and drawings are all part of 'John Frame: A Miscellany from the Tale.' The show is displayed at LCCC's Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery.      

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Would you wear a tattoo on your forehead? (Donald Miralle/Getty)
Would you wear a tattoo on your forehead? (Donald Miralle/Getty)
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‘Billboard’ Final Weekend at LCCC Includes Panel Discussion Friday

Have you ever felt like a walking billboard? Sometimes I feel like I'm advertising for the rock bands appearing on my t-shirts.

The current production at Laramie County Community College, 'Billboard,' addresses the topic. The play about a man who wears advertising on his forehead is a comedy about the battle of commercialism, fame, art and love.

After the Friday, April 26, show a panel discussion will be held to talk about the play, the LCCC production and the central issues it brings up.

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LCCC Residence Hall (Courtesy of LCCC)
LCCC Residence Hall (Courtesy of LCCC)
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LCCC May Ask For Money for New Buildings

Laramie County Community College trustees will consider later this month whether to ask local voters to approve a roughly $20 million dollar bond issue for construction of two new buildings on the college's Cheyenne Campus

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1040 Tax Return Form (Tim Boyle/Getty)
1040 Tax Return Form (Tim Boyle/Getty)
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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Available at LCCC for Free Tax Preparation

Have you started working on filing your income taxes yet?

For households whose total income in 2012 was less than $50,000, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is available at Laramie County Community College.

Beginning January 30 through April 15, VITA IRS Certified Volunteers will prepare income tax returns free for those who do not have enough money to pay a professional. Volunteers are available on Mondays and Wednesdays between 5 and 7:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in LCCC's Training Center, Building 16, room 103.

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Mount Everest (flickR User/ralky)
Mount Everest (flickR User/ralky)
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Mark Jenkins Discusses Climbing Mount Everest at LCCC Tonight

Have you ever wanted to climb Mount Everest?

You can get an idea of what it's like climbing the world's highest peak by attending Mark Jenkins' talk at Laramie County Community College on Tuesday, January 29, at 7 p.m.

Jenkins, a Wyoming native, is an avid climber and writer-in-residence at the University of Wyoming. He climbed Mount Everest last spring as part of a North Face expedition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first American ascent of the mountain.

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Eight Tiny Reindeer (Dan Kitwood/Getty)
Eight Tiny Reindeer (Dan Kitwood/Getty)
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‘The Eight: Reindeer Monologues’ at LCCC Playhouse Through Saturday

Some holiday fun for adults starts tonight at the Laramie County Community College Playhouse.

The LCCC Theatre Club presents 'The Eight: Reindeer Monologues' by Jeff Goode tonight, Friday and Saturday, December 6 through 8, at 7:30 each night.

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Commander Jeff Ashby (right) Leads Space Shuttle Atlantis Crew in 2002 (NASA/Getty)
Commander Jeff Ashby (right) Leads Space Shuttle Atlantis Crew in 2002 (NASA/Getty)
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Captain Jeff Ashby Speaks About Being an Astronaut at LCCC on October 25

Have you ever wanted to be an astronaut?

The opportunity is closer than ever for members of the public to take a trip into space. Retired astronaut Jeff Ashby will present 'The View from Space...Be an Astronaut' at Laramie County Community College on Thursday, October 25, at 7 p.m. The event is free and will be held in the Union Pacific Centennial Room inside LCCC's Center for Conferences and Institutes building.

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