Luna Community College will hold a board of trustees election on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Three of the seven district board seats are up for election. The three districts are: District 2, District 4 and District 6.
Candidates may declare their candidacy on Wednesday, Jan. 14 at the San Miguel County Clerk’s office or at their respective county clerk’s office. Write-in candidates may declare on Tuesday, Jan. 27 at the San Miguel County Clerk’s office or at their respective county clerk’s office. Individuals may register to vote on or before Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015 at the ...Read Full Article.
After 15 years as an automotive technology instructor at Luna Community
College and 40 years in the field of education, Tom Nitcznski (fourth from
the left) is retiring. Nitcznski says that he “enjoyed working at Luna
Community College” and that he will “miss the students the most.” Pictured
(l-r) are Auto Technology Instructor Paul Vance, Vocational Education
Director Gary Martinez, Office Manager Karen Wezwick, Nitcznski, Automotive
Technology Instructor Gene Sandoval, Electrical Instructor Lorenzo Barraza,
Automotive Technology Instructor Dennis Fresquez, LCC student Karl
Sanchez, Collision Repair Instructor Anthony Baca and Welding Instructor
Students at the LCC Mora Site take an algebra with applications class being
transmitted from the LCC Santa Rosa Satellite.
Luna Community College furniture and cabinet making instructor Albert
Padilla stands by several projects his students worked on this semester.
The first is a bench made by Jerry Gallegos; the second is a child’s chair
made by Susanna Gonzales and the third is a picture frame made by Michael
Arguello. Padilla said he will teach a similar class from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
on Mondays and Wednesdays in the spring semester. Among some of the other
projects Padilla’s students made were: counter tops, closets, wood boxes,
cedar chests and television stands.
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Luna Community College baseball player Brian Chaparro signs a national
letter of intent to play for New Mexico Highlands University. Pictured with
Chaparro are Highlands University and Luna Community College baseball
coaches Shannon Hunt and Antonio Siqueiros.
Jason Maes from Performance Tools out of Albuquerque demonstrates a
nitro-fuser plastic welder to Luna Community College students, recently. A
nitro-fuser is a state-of-the-art plastic welding system. Pictured are
students from the welding, auto collision and auto technology department.
Events such as this one assists Luna Community College instructors to keep
their students up-to-date with the latest in technology.
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