PCC Staff Member makes hundreds of masks

18 May 2020

Pratt Community College (PCC) staff member, Theresa Gee, has made 605 masks to date. Gee and her daughters originally began making masks to protect their family and friends that are at high risk for COVID-19 or are required to wear them in their workplace.

“I love to sew and make things,” said Gee. “I also love helping people.”

Gee has worked at PCC since December of 2012 and is the Secretary of Allied Health and Technical Programs.

PTK to host blood drive Feb. 5

22 January 2020

The Phi Theta Kappa chapter at Pratt Community College will host a blood drive on Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. The American Red Cross says that in the month of February, severe winter weather and seasonal illnesses can make it difficult for the American Red Cross to maintain a sufficient blood supply. Your donation cangive hope and strength to patients in need.

Eventful summer for Pratt Community College automotive department

19 September 2019

The 2019 summer proved to be eventful for the Pratt Community College Automotive Program. They competed in two car shows, updated the on-campus auto shop in preparation for the school year, developed a new program, and quipped a new training facility in Attica.
 

PCC grabs experienced instructor as Choir Director

18 September 2019

Long time music educator and chorus instructor, Beth Novotny, has joined Pratt Community College as Community Choir Director.
 
Novotny has 25 years of experience as a music educator, so it was no surprise she said yes when asked to direct the PCC Community Choir. Even though she is retired, she doesn’t stop teaching, learning, or performing.
 

Track and Soccer Facility on schedule for Fall completion

12 July 2019

The Pratt Community College Track and Soccer Facility construction is well underway. At the complex site, located east of Green Sports Complex at East 6th Street and Fincham Street, workers attached stadium lights to the tops of poles last week. Crews have installed the four light poles for the facility. The bulk of the dirt work is complete but there will be more fine dirt work done before the track and other facilities take shape, according to Pratt Community College President Michael Calvert.

Building Futures: Chris Himmelwright

09 July 2019

Chris Himmelwright hasn’t always been a part of the Pratt community. In fact, she and her husband are native Californians who embraced the small town life in 1981 after inheriting a fourth generation farm. Pratt has since developed into home for the Himmelwrights, and despite the daily challenges they must juggle, Chris tries to find time to give back to the community she has grown to love. One of the ways she gives back is by serving on Pratt Community College’s President’s Advisory Board.

PCC and City Track and Soccer Facility Progress is Making Strides

19 February 2019

Over the course of the last two and a half years, the Pratt Community College Foundation along with the City of Pratt have endeavored to build a Track and Soccer Facility adjacent to the Green Sports Complex (baseball and softball) on the southeast side of Pratt.

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