Palomar College News

Palomar Community College District Bond Ratings Improve

 

SAN MARCOS (March 22, 2017) – The Palomar Community College District has received upgraded and affirmed bond ratings from both Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) and Standard & Poor’s Global (S&P).

Moody’s increased its bond rating from an AA2 to an AA1, while S&P increased its bond rating from an AA- to an AA.  This is the first time the District has been rated this high by both credit rating agencies.

According to both Moody’s and S&P, the bond rating upgrades are a result of the District’s improved financial position and consistent healthy reserves outside the General Fund, huge North San Diego County tax base, strong management team and growing student enrollment.  Both reports also noted that “the forward picture is solid – the right sizing year is underpinned by a credible plan and the first year of rebuilding (2016/2017) looks good and will be reinforced by the new centers coming online.”

Palomar College President Dr. Joi Lin Blake credits the favorable reports on the work the District has undertaken to increase enrollment and to enhance financial reporting.  “The team in the District’s Finance and Administrative Services division, under the leadership of Vice President Ron Ballesteros-Perez and Director of Fiscal Services Carmen Coniglio, has worked diligently to produce the outstanding results from Moody’s Investors Services and Standard & Poor’s.  This same team also received an unmodified 2015/2016 Financial Audit for both its District Finances and its Measure M General Obligation Bond Program earlier this year.  Their professionalism and commitment to the Palomar College community is a true asset.”

The District issues bonds for major capital improvements to finance costs over time. The upgraded bond ratings impact the interest rate at which the District borrows money thus benefiting local taxpayers.  With favorable interest rates, the planned bond refunding is estimated to save property owners an estimated $24.6 million in actual debt service on their tax bills over the life of the bonds.

Palomar College plans to issue its final new bonds totaling $139 million as authorized in 2006 for Proposition M, which was approved for $694 million by the district’s local taxpayers.  The income from the bond measure has provided construction on more than twenty-one projects on the 200-acre San Marcos campus; a remodel of the Palomar Escondido Education Center and infrastructure and accessibility projects district-wide. Additionally, the District has purchased a building and parking structure on a 27-acre site in Rancho Bernardo, as well as 81 acres in Fallbrook. These two sites are the future homes of the South Education Center and the North Education Center respectively; both are scheduled to open in Summer 2018.

Palomar Community College District serves the residents within 2,500-square-miles of North San Diego County and is one of the largest community college districts in the state. The College serves more than 30,000 students annually; the full-time equivalent student count in 2017 is projected to be 18,203.  The District operates a main campus in San Marcos, an education center in Escondido, and four additional education sites on US Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, in Fallbrook, Pauma, and at Mt. Carmel High School in the community of Rancho Peñasquitos

 

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Media contacts:

Laura Gropen, Public Affairs Office Director, 760-744-1150 x2152
Melinda Finn, Public Affairs Office Communications Specialist, 760-744-1150 x2365

Palomar College Students Juan Flores and Forrest Ponsot Receive National and State Phi Theta Kappa All-Academic Team Awards

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SAN MARCOS (March 17, 2017) – Two Palomar College students and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) members, Juan Flores and Forrest Ponsot have been selected to receive prestigious awards as part of The All-USA Community College Academic Team competition. Each student, chosen out of 1,800 applicants across the nation, will be honored in a separate ceremony in April. In  addition, they will both be honored in Sacramento this month as members of the All-California Community College Academic Team, Team One.

Flores is one of 20 students named as a 2017 All-USA Community College Academic Team member. He will receive a $5,000 scholarship at Phi Theta Kappa’s Presidents Breakfast held during the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Convention scheduled for Monday, April 24 in New Orleans, LA.  The All-USA Community College Academic Team is sponsored by Follett Higher Education Group with additional support provided by the American Association of Community Colleges and Phi Theta Kappa.

Ponsot has been selected as a 2017 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar. He will receive a $1,500 scholarship at PTK Catalyst, Phi Theta Kappa’s Annual Convention to be held April 6-8 in Nashville, TN. This program is sponsored by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and is administered by Phi Theta Kappa.

Ponsot is the current President, and Flores the Vice President of Palomar College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa. Dana O’Callaghan, one of Palomar’s PTK advisors and Counselor, will accompany them to the 2017 Phi Theta Kappa Academic Team Awards Luncheon where they will be honored on March 23.

Katy Farrell, Associate Professor of Reading Services and co-advisor of PTK at Palomar said, “I am amazed at what Forrest and Juan have accomplished as college students and community leaders. Along with other chapter members, they are aggressively working towards providing food security to Palomar students and supporting human trafficking victims in North County.  They have a strong desire for social justice and are not lacking in work ethic. That’s for certain.”

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CONTACTS:
Melinda Finn, Public Affairs Office, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365, mfinn@palomar.edu
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs Office, 760_744-1150, ext. 2152, lgropen@palomar.edu
Katy Farrell, Reading Services, 760_744-1150, ext. 3640, kfarrell@palomar.edu
Dana O’Callaghan, 760_744-1150, ext. 2654, docallaghan@palomar.edu

KKSM Is (Again) Named Best College Radio Station Nationwide

Staff members from Palomar College Radio Station KKSM (AM 1320) are shown celebrating their wins at the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System conference in New York City the first week in March. (Photo courtesy of Zeb Navarro)

Dr. Joseph Bagnall Wins Best Community Volunteer Personality

(SAN MARCOS, CA – March 13, 2017) For the second year in a row, Palomar College’s KKSM (AM 1320) was named Best Community College Radio station in a nationwide annual competition sponsored by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS). In addition, the station won the Best Facebook award and Dr. Joseph Bagnall, recently retired adjunct history professor, won Best Community Volunteer Personality for his jazz radio show, Doc’s Jazz.

KKSM was also well represented among the finalists. Palomar digital broadcast arts (DBA) student finalists were Rob Blackwell for Best Music Director; Kenneth Hladky for Best Comedy Program, Plunther Hills Valley; Ryne Holloway for Best Public Service Announcement, YMCA Transitional Age Youth; Kristina Thomas for Best Station Promo, KKSM:Switchin’ It Up; Dylan Hanks for Best Commercial, Palomar College; and Dario Gallegos for Best Specialty Music Show, Versatil Style.

The station also was in the finals for Best Snapchat, and Best Music Library/Playlist and Best Station Facilities.

KKSM Station Manager Zeb Navarro said, “Winning these awards, and being in the finals alongside four-year universities including Indiana University, Arizona State University, and University of Kansas shows the quality of the programs we offer and the hard work of our students, staff, and faculty. I am very proud of the KKSM team and thankful of the support from our administration.”

KKSM is a 500 watt station that broadcasts 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from the Palomar College campus in San Marcos, California at 1320AM on the dial, simulcasting on Cox Digital Cable Channel 957, and worldwide on the web. For more information about Palomar College’s digital broadcast arts program, go to http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/dba/.

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Media contact:

Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, mfinn@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, lgropen@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150 ext. 2152
Zeb Navarro, KKSM, znavarro@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150, ext. 2442

Palomar College Celebrates Groundbreaking for South Education Center in Rancho Bernardo

 

SAN MARCOS, CA (March 3, 2017) – Palomar College officials are shown at a ceremonial groundbreaking for the College’s South Education Center in Rancho Bernardo on Friday, March 3. Pictured from left are Governing Board Trustees Mark Evilsizer and Nina Deerfield; Palomar College Superintendent/President Dr. Joi Lin Blake; former Governing Board Trustee Nancy Chadwick; Governing Board Vice President Paul McNamara; and Governing Board Secretary Dr. John Halcón.

Dr. Blake officiated at the event, which also featured comments from Halcón and Interim Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Instruction Dan Sourbeer.

Palomar College purchased a 27-acre property in June 2010 to house a new education center in the southern portion of the District. The site includes a 110,000 square-foot building, as well as a three-story parking structure. Planned site improvements include completion of a new interior looped road and installation of walkways, landscaping and lighting. On the building interior, plans include a lobby, classrooms for lecture and laboratory, academic division offices, spaces for student support services, a bookstore and food services, information services, plus a community room.

The site purchase and improvements are being funded with Proposition M general obligation bond funds. This $694 million bond was approved by District voters in November 2006.

Classes are scheduled to be offered at the South Education Center starting in summer 2018.

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Media contacts:  Melinda Finn, Public Affairs Office, 760-744-1150 x2365
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs Office, 760-744-1150 x2152

Groundbreaking Ceremony Planned for South Education Center

PALOMAR COLLEGE   MEDIA  ADVISORY

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE  1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos, California 92069-1487 – 760-744-1150, ext. 2770

 

February 24, 2017

 

What:
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Palomar College South Education Center

When:
Friday, March 3, 2017
1:30 p.m.

Where:
Palomar College South Education Center
11111 Rancho Bernardo Road
San Diego, CA 92127

Details:
Palomar College purchased a 27-acre property in June 2010 to house a new education center in the southern portion of the District. The site includes a 110,000 square-foot building, as well as a three-story parking structure. Planned site improvements include completion of a new interior looped road and installation of walkways, landscaping and lighting. On the building interior, plans include a lobby, classrooms for lecture and laboratory, academic division offices, spaces for student support services, a bookstore and food services, information services, plus a community room.

The site purchase and improvements are being funded with Proposition M general obligation bond funds. This $694 million bond was approved by District voters in November 2006.

Classes are scheduled to be offered at the South Education Center starting in summer 2018.

Directions and parking:
From 1-15 in Rancho Bernardo, exit on westbound Rancho Bernardo Road. Continue .9 miles to the stoplight at Matinal Road. Turn left (south) into the Palomar College South Education Center campus. Follow directions to the parking area.

More information:
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2152
Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365
Dianna Trujillo-Hernandez, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2956

 

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MEDIA CONTACTS:
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2152, lgropen@palomar.edu
Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365, mfinn@palomar.edu
Dianna Trujillo-Hernandez, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2956

 

Palomar Theatre Explores Muslim Identity in ‘Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith’

San Marcos, CA (March 2, 2017) – Palomar College theatre presents Yussef El Guindi’s Muslim family dramedy Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith March 17 – 26 in the Howard Brubeck Theatre on the San Marcos campus at 1140 West Mission Road.

Written in 2005, Leap of Faith follows the Fawzis, a well-established Arab-American family, over the course of two eventful days, as their college-age children suddenly reveal the contradictions of their dueling identities.  The conflicts lead to deeply compassionate, and often comical exploration of the Muslim faith in the context of American culture.  Although many elements are particular to the Muslim experience, the play ultimately affirms a commonality with the great American family story.

In his author’s statement El Guindi says, “It’s a little troubling when depicting an ordinary Arab-American Muslim family, going about their ordinary day, getting involved in regular family mishaps and melodramas, seems like such a radical thing to do. In writing this play and trying to sidestep the stereotypes that attend Arabs and Muslims, and to simply present these characters as regular folk – not as wife-beating, bomb-strapping, terrorist inclined fanatics with a thing for barring little girls from school and enjoying a good mob scene that ends in many deaths – I didn’t quite realize how unexpected that would seem to an audience.”

Leap of Faith follows the tradition of American Family plays. The conservative father is rattled by the cultural changes influencing his children’s behavior.  One son announces that he no longer believes in the family religion.  The daughter is struggling to interpret troubling dreams about wearing the hijab and the third son is awakening to his sexual orientation.  In the face of these crises, the strong mother holds the family together with wisdom and compassion.  Along the way, however, we encounter profound and beautiful insight about the nature of God, religion and family.

Director Michael Mufson describes his goal for the production, “In the process of making theatre, we build a bridge from the boundaries of our individual experiences to the world that the playwright gives us.  Yussef El Guindi invites a multicultural ensemble to explore and discover the world of a Muslim-American family as they encounter the pitfalls of maintaining these two, sometimes conflicting, identities and to extend a bridge of understanding to our audience and our community.”

Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. and Thursday at 4 p.m.  Tickets may be purchased online at www.palomarperforms.com or in person at the box office on the San Marcos campus.

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Media Contacts:

Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365, mfinn@palomar.edu
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2152, lgropen@palomar.edu
Michael Mufson, Professor and Director, Performing Arts, 760-716-7098, mmufson@palomar.edu , www.palomarperforms.com

 

 

 

 

Palomar College Digital Broadcast Arts Students Win Awards Nationwide Competition

Pictured from left, Abel Garcia and David Michaels (photo by Coulter Grant)

(SAN MARCOS, CA – Feb 23, 2017) Students in Palomar College’s digital broadcast arts (DBA) program won first and third place awards in the national  2017 Festival of Media Arts competition sponsored by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA).

Abel Garcia won first place in the Two-Year Small-College category for producing the episode Palomar Live 11-10-16. David Michaels won third place in the same category for producing the episode Palomar Live 09-29-16.

Palomar Live is a morning news talk show produced entirely by students. There are opportunities to be camera operators, producers, directors, audio techs, technical directors, floor directors, reporters, photographers, writers and more. Students rotate jobs each week to experience different positions of the show.

Instructor Serena Reid, who is a graduate of Palomar’s digital broadcast arts program said the show’s tag line, “The Pulse of North county!” describes it well. The producers and reporters “seek out those unique nuggets of information about North San Diego County and brings them to the attention of residents in the surrounding communities,” she said.

Palomar Live 11-10-16, which aired right before Veterans Day, was focused on the topic of Veterans. Guests were Gerald Hampton of the National Naval Officers Association  http://nnoa.org; Kurt Schwend of United Through Reading, an organization that helps keep deployed family members connected to their kids by recording them reading books. http://www.unitedthroughreading.org; and Gail Chatfield and  Ron Pickett of the Veterans Writing Group of San Diego County http://www.veteranswritinggroup.org.

The Palomar Live 09-29-16 episode was animal-themed. Guests were Laura Spann and Aleia Scott, trainers for the San Diego Zoo Safari Park – with special guest “Pokie” the African Crested Porcupine http://sdzsafaripark.org; Geraldine D’Silva-Director of PAWS San Diego (PAWS provides essential pet services and support to low-income pet families all over San Diego County) http://www.pawssandiego.org; and Debbie Shinner and Kaitlyn Stewart from REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program in Fallbrook  http://www.reinsprogram.org.

“We stress to the students to make each show and its subject matter relevant, timely and compelling,” Reid said. “We want to create as close to real-world scenarios as we can so that the students are battle-tested and marketable once they leave our program and they are confident in either follow on academic endeavors or being gainfully employed.”

DBA instructor Austin Hill, also a graduate of Palomar’s DBA program added, “We’re very proud of Abel and David, and all of our students…This goes to show that the training, equipment, and experience at Palomar College makes it a top contender when it comes to getting invaluable experience in the field.”

DBA Professor Pat Hahn added, “It’s such an amazing feeling to have two former students become extraordinary instructors, and join forces to help shape the next generation of award winning Digital Broadcast Arts Alumni — I’m so proud of the students and our instructors. ”

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Media contact:
Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, mfinn@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, lgropen@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150 ext. 2152
Pat Hahn, Professor, Digital Broadcast Arts, phahn@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150, ext. 2964

 

 

Palomar College Launches Palomar Promise

 

Palomar Promise Offers Free Community College Access to Local High School Graduates

(SAN MARCOS, CA – February 22, 2017) More than 300 people were on hand at Palomar College on Wednesday, Feb. 22 to celebrate the launch of the Palomar Promise campaign, benefiting local high school students who plan to attend Palomar College.  At the event, held in the college’s Howard Brubeck Theatre, Palomar Superintendent/President Dr. Joi Lin Blake and other college administrators were joined by elected officials, superintendents, principals, and students from local high schools plus other invited guests. Keynote speaker was Dr. Martha Kanter, Executive Director of the national College Promise Campaign.

The Palomar Promise is designed to increase the college-going rate of local high school graduates by providing FREE community college access to all eligible North San Diego County 2017 high school graduates starting in Fall 2017. Through a package of FREE financial resources and academic support services, Palomar College promises one year of FREE tuition and textbooks (up to $500 per semester) for the 2017-2018 year for eligible students from 21 comprehensive public high schools* in North San Diego County. These high schools will graduate more than 7,400 students who will potentially be eligible to attend Palomar College through the Promise Program in Fall 2017.  Palomar College records show the average size of the incoming freshman class from these 21 high schools amounts to more than 1,500 students.

In addition, the college promises to assist students to enroll in college, to stay on track to complete their career or academic goals and/or to transfer to a four-year college or university of their choice. Applications are now being accepted for the program. Information is available at palomar.edu/palomarpromise .

Two organizations have committed a combined $1.5 million to the Palomar Promise. At the launch event, Mary Perry, Vice President, Marketing, West, of Follett Education Group announced the Follett Corporation’s pledge of $1 million, and David Engblom, Chair of the Palomar College Foundation Board announced the Foundation’s pledge of $500,000. Four student speakers who plan to attend Palomar College next year on the Palomar Promise shared what FREE community college means to them and to their families. More than 150 high school students who will join the program were in the audience.

Adrian Gonzales, Vice President of Student Services at Palomar was Master of Ceremonies at the launch event. Nancy Ann Hensch, Governing Board President welcomed guests. Dr. Blake spoke about what the Palomar Promise means to the college and the community. She also introduced Dr. Kanter, who served during President Obama’s administration as the U.S.  Under Secretary of Education and is a distinguished visiting professor of higher education at NYU Steinhardt.

The student speakers were:

Marlon Gabriel, a San Marcos High School senior who plans to attend Palomar College, then transfer to UCSD to pursue a degree in nursing, and eventually apply to medical school to become a general surgeon.

Brandy Graham, a Mission Hills High School senior who plans to transfer to SDSU and major in business marketing after attending two years at Palomar. Her long-range plans include becoming an entrepreneur and opening up her own clothing store.

Rynon Reyes, a Mission Hills High School senior, who plans to pursue a degree in nursing and hopes to become an orthopedic nurse.

Rebecca Sanchez, an Orange Glen High School senior who would like to do her general education at Palomar then transfer to CSU East Bay and major in biology with the hope of becoming a pediatrician.

PLEASE NOTE: B-roll of this event is available upon request. See contact information below

*2017 PALOMAR PROMISE DESIGNATED HIGH SCHOOLS

Bonsall High School

Borrego Springs High School

Escondido High School

Orange Glen High School

San Pasqual High School

Fallbrook High School

Julian High School

Del Norte High School

Mt. Carmel High School

Poway High School

Rancho Bernardo High School

Westview High School

Ramona High School

Mission Hills High School

San Marcos High School

Valley Center High School

Mission Vista High School

Rancho Buena Vista High School

Vista High School

Warner Springs High School

Del Lago Academy

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CONTACT

Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, lgropen@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150, x 2152, 858-722-1869

Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, mfinn@palomar.edu, 760-744-1150 x2365

 

Palomar College Productions are Part of San Diego Film Week

Joshua Tree Documentary Also Wins IndieFEST Award

Shown at the Opening Gala for San Diego Film Week, where Palomar College media productions are being shown, are from left, Mona Witherington, Producer; Ashley Olson, Writer; Bill Wisneski, Director; and Chad Richmond, Editor (photo courtesy of Bill Wisneski)

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San Marcos, CA (February 13, 2017) – Award Season is alive and well at Palomar College this year. While Hollywood stars prepare for Oscar parties and do the talk show circuit, Palomar College Television (PCTV) students and staff members are getting their share of accolades for Palomar productions.

Two documentaries and a commercial produced by Palomar College are being shown at San Diego Film Week, Feb. 10 – 19, and one of the documentaries won the IndieFEST Film Awards 2016 Humanitarian Award.

The commercial, about Palomar’s digital broadcast arts program, will be shown on Monday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park. http://sdfilmweek.com/2017/films/palomar-college/

The documentary, Joshua Tree: Threatened Wonderland will be shown on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. at the Museum of photographic Arts. http://sdfilmweek.com/2017/films/joshua-tree-threatened-wonderland/

Another documentary, Breaking Point, about the Salton Sea will be shown Friday, Feb. 17 at 3:30 p.m. at the Digital Gym Media Arts Center. http://sdfilmweek.com/2017/films/breaking-point/

PCTV Producer/Director Bill Wisneski won the Humanitarian Outstanding Achievement Award from the IndieFEST Film Awards competition for his work on the Joshua Tree documentary. Based in La Jolla, the IndieFEST competition is now in its seventh year. According to their website, “The IndieFEST Film Awards is an avant-garde worldwide competition that strives to give talented directors, producers, actors, creative teams and new media creators the positive exposure they deserve. It discovers and honors the achievements of filmmakers who produce high quality films and new media…Our talented IndieFEST award winners have gone on to win Oscars, Emmys & Tellys.”

The letter Wisneski received informing him of the IndieFEST win read, in part, “Your production was hand selected by our judges and staff, from the entire pool of entries to the competition throughout 2016, as a film that represents both the spirit of humanitarianism combined with quality filmmaking craft…We firmly believe that film can make impactful changes globally and the IndieFEST Humanitarian Awards are designed to give recognition to those illustrious filmmakers whose craft and message enlightens and inspires audiences to make a difference!”

“We are very proud that our productions are receiving this kind of attention and recognition,” Wisneski said.

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Media Contacts:

Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2365, mfinn@palomar.edu
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150, ext. 2152, lgropen@palomar.edu
Bill Wisneski, Producer, Palomar College Television, 760-744-1150 ext. 2722,
www.palomar-tv.com

 

 

 

BASKETBALL DOUBLEHEADER TO BENEFIT AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

 

SAN MARCOS (February 9, 2017) –  Gate proceeds from Palomar College’s Pacific Coast Athletic Conference men’s/women’s basketball double-header at The Dome on Friday, Feb. 10 will be donated to the American Cancer Society. The special fundraiser is part of a joint statewide effort initiated by the California Community College Men’s and Women’s Basketball Coaches Associations.

Opening the event will be the Comet men’s team versus San Diego Miramar at 5:00 p.m., followed by the PCAC Northern Division-leading and No. 4-state ranked women’s team versus San Diego Mesa at 7:00 p.m. For both teams, the games are crucial as the 2016-17 California Community College regular season winds down.

“The Palomar College Athletic Program is pleased and proud to participate in this worthy effort,” said Director of Athletics Scott Cathcart. “Once again, it presents our teams and student athletes with an opportunity to combine the entertainment value of intercollegiate athletics with a meaningful community-service campaign.”

Collective funds from similar events throughout the state will provide for a combined donation from the California Community College Men’s and Women’s Basketball Coaches Associations, which will be presented to representatives of the American Cancer Society at the state championship games, scheduled for Sunday, March 12 at Las Positas College in Livermore. Since its inception in 2010, the annual California Community Colleges effort has generated nearly $175,000 in donated revenue toward cancer research.

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CONTACT:

Melinda Finn, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150 x2365
Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs, 760-744-1150 x2152
Michelle Male,Senior Manager, Distinguished Events, California Division | American Cancer Society cancer.org | 1.800.227.2345

 

 

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