Category: Events

Mohave Wire

Celebrate MCC’s 50th Anniversary with the Flash Film Festival, $500 Grand Prize

It’s time to submit a video entry for the 2021 Flash Film Festival!  Everyone living in the Mohave County region of northwestern Arizona is eligible to enter a 30 second to 2 min. and 30 second video in one of five categories.  The top two winners in each category receive cash prizes, and one grand Read more about Celebrate MCC’s 50th Anniversary with the Flash Film Festival, $500 Grand Prize[…]
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MCC Shines and Virtual Holiday Events

Join Mohave Community College during the month of December for its virtual 2020 Shines Holiday events.   From now until Dec. 23, MCC is hosting various virtual events for students, staff and faculty that are geared to get everyone’s holiday spirit going!    What: Help Fred the Elf   When: Now until December 24  Help Fred the elf get back to Read more about MCC Shines and Virtual Holiday Events[…]
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Bring the kids to see Santa, lighting ceremonies at MCC Shines 2018

Mohave Community College invites you to MCC Shines 2018!  All of the MCC campuses are hosting lighting ceremonies to kick off the Christmas season.  Santa will be stopping by each campus to see the kids, and each campus will add its own special touch to the free community events. The Lake Havasu City Ballet will perform Read more about Bring the kids to see Santa, lighting ceremonies at MCC Shines 2018[…]
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Student Reporter: The Opioid Crisis in America Symposium

 by Brittney Manson, Mohave Wire Student Reporter The Lake Havasu City campus is partnering with ASU Havasu to hold a symposium on Saturday April 7. “This symposium will delve into the crisis that is hitting across America and here at home. MCC is pleased to partner with ASU to bring this issue to the forefront Read more about Student Reporter: The Opioid Crisis in America Symposium[…]
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MCC’s first annual Connecting the Community event is coming!

  If you live in Mohave County or the tristate region you’re invited to join Mohave Community College, the MCC Foundation, DOT Foods, Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona, Tristate Pain Institute, Mohave Electric Cooperative, A&G Towing and Storage, and many more at MCC’s first annual Connecting the Community event, MCC ConCom. MCC ConCom will Read more about MCC’s first annual Connecting the Community event is coming![…]
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MC4 Computer Club’s tech recycling drives a huge success

MC4 Computer club hosted a recycle drive to collect unwanted or broken electronics from the community.  They filled two trailers – one in Kingman and another in Bullhead City. Way to go! In Kingman, MC4 teamed up with the City of Kingman Public Works Department, while in Bullhead City the club partnered with Goodwill. For Read more about MC4 Computer Club’s tech recycling drives a huge success[…]
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TOMORROW: Tech Recycling Drives in Kingman & Bullhead City

On Saturday November 18th from 9:00 am to noon the Mohave Community College Computer Club MC4 will hold a recycling event in Kingman and Bullhead City. In Kingman, MC4 is partnering with the City Public Works Department. The event will be held at the City of Kingman Public Works Yard at 3700 E. Andy Devine Read more about TOMORROW: Tech Recycling Drives in Kingman & Bullhead City[…]
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MCC busy during the Halloween season, more events to come

Mohave Community College campuses were busy during Halloween season.  Several thousand people enjoyed fun and safe events at our campuses, as you can see from the videos below.  The Lake Havasu City Campus also had a blast in the London Bridge Days parade.  On the Neal Campus-Kingman the college held the Ovis release party.  Ovis Read more about MCC busy during the Halloween season, more events to come[…]
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Student Reporter: AZ Claus Cause car show set for this weekend at MCC

The AZ Claus Cause Car Show is this weekend, October 19 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at the MCC Neal Campus-Kingman.  It includes Santa, Mrs. Claus and an amazing group of volunteers who are committed to spread the “The Magic of Giving” through our Mohave County community. If there is anything in this world Read more about Student Reporter: AZ Claus Cause car show set for this weekend at MCC[…]
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MCC Community Halloween Events

MCC invites parents and children to attend safe Halloween events on its campuses in Bullhead City, Kingman and Lake Havasu City. The events on each campus will be held on Friday, October 27 and feature a safe environment for families, which includes candy, games and fun activities.   Bullhead City Campus Pumpkinfest Time: 5:00pm-8:00pm Where: Read more about MCC Community Halloween Events[…]
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Famous author, artist delivers inspiring message

Published author, artist and Emmy-award winning documentarian Bob Boze Bell told students at Mohave Community College recently to never giving up on their dreams. He is co-owner and publisher of the popular True West magazine, a venture on which he initially lost a lot of money, but said it helped teach him humility.  “If I Read more about Famous author, artist delivers inspiring message[…]
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NCK Welcome Back Bash!!

Story by Joann DeStigter, Student Multimedia Reporter   The 2017 Welcome Back Bash was a huge success on the Neal Campus-Kingman!! As we all know, the Welcome Back Bash is for Students enrolled at MCC, which gives students a chance to interact with others, see which clubs are on the campus, win some really neat Read more about NCK Welcome Back Bash!![…]
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Lets Paint A Symbol In Silence To Diminish Violence

Attention Bullhead City campus supporters. October 2nd is almost here! We hope everyone will wear purple to raise awareness and support for domestic violence survivors. People frequently ask why purple is the color of support.    According to the nonprofit website domesticshelters.org, the color’s roots were connected to women’s rights even before the movement to stop Read more about Lets Paint A Symbol In Silence To Diminish Violence[…]
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