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, ir. A l jli n i )i r-A-f J v Volume 12 Number 3 Tim Fulmer, won the gold medal in Graphic and Communicative arts in the recent VICA competition in Kentucky. Photo by Kim Paramore Utah Technical College at ProvoOrem was spotlighted for national recognition as six representatives of Vocational Industrial Clubs of America earned honors at VICA's 20th annual National Leadership Council Returns From Conference During the week of June 22 the UTC Student Council headed to the National Association for Campus Activities Leadership Conference held in San Diego. Upon arriving in California, the Council participated in an orientation meeting where they were able to introduce themselves and meet other leadership groups from throughout the country. This meeting informed the council of the schedule for the next four days, they attended ten sessions which lasted two to four hours. In addition to the learning sessions, there were UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM - P. A Conference and United States Skills Olympics in Louisville, Kentucky. More than 2,500 students entered in nearly 40 separate areas of competition during the week-Ionq convention. light entertainment periods designed to help relax and build unity among the participants. The learning sessions were taught by instructors who held Masters and Doctorate degrees and who are presently employed in different college settings throughout the United States. One such learning session was designed to be a smorgasbord of ideas. This brought the leaders of many schools together to share ideas. Items stressed for these sessions were: activities, planning and problems solving. G s culminating June 29th at an awards ceremony at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. The awards included: first place in Graphic Communications at the post-secondary level, Timothy Shawn Fullmer, 20, from Orem; first place in commercial Food Trades at the post-secondary level, Raymond Slater, 45, from Orem; fourth place in Machine Drafting at the post-secondary level, Robert Bald win, 29, ,from Orem; fourth place in Dental Assisting at the post-secondary level, Dana Bates, 19 from Provo: fourth place in commercial Photography at the post-secondary level, Kim Paramore, 29, from Provo: and sixth place in Carpentry at the post-secondary level. Jay Day, 21, from Orem. Also competing in the national contest were Ron Baird, Architectural Drafting; Steven Allen, Precision Machining: Roger Blomquist, Extemporaneous Speaking; Lauri Roundy, Job Demonstration: and Todd Judd, Diesel E-angfford Receives Posit Richard W. Langford, formerly of Twin Falls. Idaho, recently joined the staff at Utah Technical College at ProvoOrem as new Computer Services Director. Langford received his B.S. degree from Brigham Young University and has completed graduate studies at the University of Utah. Most recently employed as a systems consultant, he has also worked with IBM and Ricks College. Computer Services for U.T.C. are located on the Orem campus. O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 '17? Vr' a i I l.-.-A.Si.'.,-;-, L , 3 1 UTC Summer Theatre will present "Pettycoats and Pet-tyfoggers" August 15,16, and 17. Susan Mackay Natalie Marrott and Denise Hicks practice dancing' Photo by John Pack. Summer Sett For Augustt 15, "36, "37 "Pettycoats and Pettyfog-gers," the UTC school play will be presented August 15, 16, and 17 as a summer dinner theatre in the new student center ballroom. The play is set in the 1890's in Wyoming just as women are about to get the right to vote. The cast of characters includes the members of the town including, bar maids, sheriff, mayor and lots of people to "kick up a ruckus." singing and dancing are a big part of the summer production. The following students will be appearing in the summer theatre: Sheila Lalonde and Dixie Sainsbury will be playing the part of Esther. Eddie Swainson will play the part of Mr. Morris. Natalie Marm Friday, July 20, 1984 I CI b ' ' r TEseafire will be Jennie and Richard Hewitt will play the part of Sam. Denise Hicks is playing the part of Lil and John Pack is Heber. Susan Mackay will be Maude and Steve Nixon will play the part of Herman. Also helping with the play are Marvin Jacques and Fukiko Tanimoto. The play is being directed by Elaine Englehardt. Tickets for the dinner theatre will be $5 per person on August 16, and 17. It will be a buffet dinner. August 15th is family night. Tickets will be $1, and popcorn and drinks will be served. To purchase tickets contact the student center office.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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