Showing posts from July, 2012

Adam Day to Perform at UACCM

Singer/songwriter, Adam Day, will perform at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton. His music has been aired on several college television shows, including variety / talk-show genres at Ithaca College and Cornell University. The show is on August 21, 2012 at 11am in the Kirk Building, Room 105. Adam has shared the stage with artists, such as the Pat McGee Band, Matt Nathanson, and Jared Campbell. In 2005, Adam released his most recent album, “I Stayed Up Late to Make This.” It includes a dynamic collection of new material recorded independently. In 2010, Adam wanted to give back to the community and participated in “Rock To Rebuild,” a benefit concert for Haiti in Baltimore, MD. "People who have heard his folky, acoustic songs can do nothing more than praise his work,” stated Accent, The Ithacan Online. For more information about, or to schedule an interview with Adam Day, please call Emily Codick at 716-836-6366 or send an e-mail to emily@neon-entertain

Adult Education Holds GED Graduation

The UACCM Adult Education Program is pleased to announce that 32 area residents earned a GED® during the 2011-2012 spring semester.  In honor of these graduates, a summer GED® Graduation Ceremony was held in the UACCM Fine Arts Auditorium on the evening of Tuesday, June 26. Following the ceremony, GED® graduates celebrated their accomplishments surrounded by family members and friends in the UACCM Plaza.  A total of 68 individuals have earned a GED® diploma during 2011-2012 program year. Arkansas is one of only a few states that currently offers the General Education Development (GED®) test at no cost to the student, but unfortunately that will soon change. Nationally, the GED® test is being updated and redesigned to reflect today’s common core educational standards. Beginning in 2014, the GED® test will be computer based with a projected fee of $120. Arkansas will continue to offer Adult Education classes free of charge, but effective January 1, 2014, Adult Education students wi