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Sep
15
Maysville Community and Technical College will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, September 26th to recognize the grand opening of the Student Veteran Resource Center, located on the Maysville campus. The event will be held in the Calvert Lounge starting at 10:00 a.m. Guest speakers will include Kentucky Commissioner of Veterans Affairs Heather French Henry and MCTC student and former marine, Cody Wolfe.
Sep
10

On September 28, 2014, Maysville Community and Technical College, the National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations and Mason County Government are hosting an event in Mays Lick, Kentucky honoring the legacy of Colonel Charles Young. The event is to mark the restoration of the birth cabin of Colonel Charles Young and premier a commissioned bronze maquette of his likeness and an exhibition entitled The Man, The Mission, The Facts.

Aug
06
An Energy Blast event at Maysville Community and Technical College is currently being planned by members of the MCTC Sustainability Committee. The first-time energy fair will take place at the Maysville Campus on Tuesday, Sept. 30, from 4-8 p.m. The theme of Energy Blast is “Conserve, Save and Sustain” and sessions will focus on money-saving practices and healthy alternatives for area residents.