Quick Cutz: Things to know


Quick Cutz: Things to know
The Toilet Paper
“Always been tubeless!”
November 2011
Sand volleyball court is near completion Performing Arts Series continues
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The HCC Student
Life is pleased to
announce that the
sand volleyball
court is nearing
completion. Once
completed, the
court will be able
to host intramurals and tournaments. The court is located
behind the right-field wall of the softball field.
The HC Music
Department will
present the HC choirs
in performance
Thurs., Nov. 10, at
7:30 p.m., in the
PAC. The choirs will be performing various famous ballades
mainly focused on the music of Scotland. The Vocal Ensemble
will perform “Danny Boy” and “Ballade to the Moon.”
Several vocal soloists will be featured including: Mike
Ahlert, Marcie Allison, Pretti Bell-Love, Courtney
Daughabaugh, Brandon McCormick, Josh Newby and Ashley
Rodriguez. Student pianist Jungsoo Lee will accompany the
choir on several pieces with music faculty, Larry McCord,
also accompanying.
The Performing Arts Series continues on Tues., Nov. 29,
with the Waco Community Band performing in the PAC at
7:30 p.m. Admission is FREE! Organized in 1981 by Roger
Rush, the Waco Community Band consists of amateur and
professional musicians from throughout Central Texas. The
band rehearses weekly and performs frequent concerts each
year during its 10-month season.
Quick Cutz: Things to know
e The Hill College Community Choir will present their fall
concert on Sun., Nov. 13, at St. Mark’s United Methodist
Church at 3 p.m. They will be performing Mozart’s
“Coronation Mass.”
e Special kudos to the Hillsboro Cosmetology students for
doing the hairstyles of the actors in the “Red Hot & Cole”
production. Great job!
e TheJoe White Basketball Classic is Nov. 11-12, with
McLennan, Cedar Valley and Jacksonville as participants.
e Nov. 23-25 Thanksgiving break! Don’t forget final
exams begin Nov. 30.
Halloween at Hill College: An entertaining tradition like none other!
HCC: Baseball players at the cafeteria before
their annual Halloween costume practice.
Burleson: The annual Halloween party was
hosted by “Rebels...With a Cause.”
JCC: These students participated in the
annual costume contest in the Student Center.
Check out our Facebook page for more Halloween pictures!
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