Colorado Northwestern Community College is working hard to fill its beautiful new campus with plenty of students. Undertaking many initiatives, the school has formed a student activity council as one of its latest ways to get more students enrolled and involved. “It’s something we wanted on campus for many years,” said Jennifer Holloway, who runs the bookstore on campus and is helping to get the council started.
The atmosphere of the Moffat County High School auditorium Thursday afternoon was one of support, encouragement and hilarity. Students rehearsed for the first MCHS talent show, slated for 6 p.m. Wednesday. With around 14 acts signed up, Evan Gaffney, teacher advisor to the student council committee and in charge of the talent show, said he hoped the show would be as big and as good as possible. Gaffney told students not to be nervous rehearsing as they weren’t auditioning. Those signed up were in the show. “You’re in. I’m just here to make sure it’s not an absolute terrible spectacle,” Gaffney jokingly addressed the students.
On the Record for Friday, Dec. 7, 2012