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March 13, 2012

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Grad Prep Day
Congratulations, Graduates! Today, in the Bookstore, you can purchase your cap and gown and order your personalized graduation announcements.
 
By purchasing your cap and gown at this time, you can be sure to get the proper size and be dressed appropriately for this important occasion.
 
Announce your academic achievement to your family, friends, and colleagues by sending personalized announcements that include your name, degree and major. (Must be paid for at time of order.)
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Easter Food Drive
Bossier Parish Community College, in conjunction with KTBS® Channel 3, is sponsoring a food drive for underprivileged families for Easter, and we need your help! Bring canned and non-perishable foods during March 12 – 23. Drop off items in the Public Relations Office (A-121) Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
LifeShare Blood Drive
LifeShare Blood Drive sponsored by the BPCC Student Government Association.
 
"Give The Gift of Life"
10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
Kate Klim Performance
A piano player in a guitar player’s world, Kate Klim entered the singer/songwriter scene in 2002, her emotive use of word and melody quickly receiving acclaim (Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, Mountain Stage New-Song Contest 2005 and 2006, Cornell University Emerging Artist Award). She has opened for folk greats like Shawn Colvin and Richard Shindell, settling in Somerville, Massachusetts to record her first studio release with producer Crit Harmon (Marin Sexton, Lori McKenna) in 2006. Kate Klim was five years old when her family inherited a piano from a neighbor. She was the middle of five children (a captive audience, as she says) and even at that age, a storyteller. Born in Illinois and rerouted to Pennsylvania as she approached adolescence, Kate found comfort on her community’s stages, and solace in her songwriting. Upon finishing high school, she relocated to Boston and quickly caught the attention of local venues, namely Cambridge’s Club Passim, a club that would provide her with her earliest performance opportunities, and later invite her to open for Shawn Colvin. Several great New England artists, including Antje Duvekot’s breakout Big Dream Boulevard and Chris Trapper’s Gone Again have featured her voice and piano skills in their albums. Today, she can be found on the stages of the East Coast’s best listening rooms, delivering a performance of deeply personal music and comical between-song commentary. Early 2007 marks the release of her first studio album, Up and Down and Up Again, a true “labor of love” for both artist and producer. Recorded by renowned producer Crit Harmon, the album featured musicians Dave Mattacks (Paul McCartney, Elton John, Joan Armatrading), Richard Gates (Paula Cole, Suzanne Vega), Duke Levine (Jonathan Brooke, Mary Chapin Carpenter) and more. With several of the album’s songs having already placed in national song contests, it evokes the memory of a Tapestry-era Carole King (one of Kate’s most beloved influences).
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Kate Klim Performance
A piano player in a guitar player’s world, Kate Klim entered the singer/songwriter scene in 2002, her emotive use of word and melody quickly receiving acclaim (Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, Mountain Stage New-Song Contest 2005 and 2006, Cornell University Emerging Artist Award). She has opened for folk greats like Shawn Colvin and Richard Shindell, settling in Somerville, Massachusetts to record her first studio release with producer Crit Harmon (Marin Sexton, Lori McKenna) in 2006. Kate Klim was five years old when her family inherited a piano from a neighbor. She was the middle of five children (a captive audience, as she says) and even at that age, a storyteller. Born in Illinois and rerouted to Pennsylvania as she approached adolescence, Kate found comfort on her community’s stages, and solace in her songwriting. Upon finishing high school, she relocated to Boston and quickly caught the attention of local venues, namely Cambridge’s Club Passim, a club that would provide her with her earliest performance opportunities, and later invite her to open for Shawn Colvin. Several great New England artists, including Antje Duvekot’s breakout Big Dream Boulevard and Chris Trapper’s Gone Again have featured her voice and piano skills in their albums. Today, she can be found on the stages of the East Coast’s best listening rooms, delivering a performance of deeply personal music and comical between-song commentary. Early 2007 marks the release of her first studio album, Up and Down and Up Again, a true “labor of love” for both artist and producer. Recorded by renowned producer Crit Harmon, the album featured musicians Dave Mattacks (Paul McCartney, Elton John, Joan Armatrading), Richard Gates (Paula Cole, Suzanne Vega), Duke Levine (Jonathan Brooke, Mary Chapin Carpenter) and more. With several of the album’s songs having already placed in national song contests, it evokes the memory of a Tapestry-era Carole King (one of Kate’s most beloved influences).
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
BCM Lunch
Lunch ($1) and devotion for BPCC students, faculty, and staff sponsored by the Shreveport BCM.
12:15 PM
Talent Show Interest Meeting
The Office of Student Life and the BPCC Student Government Association sponsors an annual Talent Show that is open to all currently-enrolled BPCC students. Contestants are judged on overall performance, audience response, stage appearance, originality and personality. Cash prizes are awarded. Come to this meeting or click here for more information.
3:30 PM
SGA Meeting
Student Government Association meetings are open to all currently-enrolled BPCC students.  SGA members are required to attend.
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Culinary Arts Buffet
The BPCC Culinary Arts Program offers a buffet on Tuesday nights from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the Emmett E. Cope Student Services Center (Building F). The cost is $7.00 per person and to go boxes are available. The buffet is open to the public. First floor for to go orders, and second floor to dine in. Click here for menus.
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
A Very Tough Course Auditions
The Division of Communication and Performing Arts will be holding auditions for its tenth feature film entitled A Very Tough Course. Please bring a resume and a head shot, if possible. This current day murder-mystery feature takes place on a golf course where several neighbors are suspects, but only one is the killer. Lieutenant Finder, a homicide detective, and his partner Sergeant Jones set out to find the killer. Casting includes several males and females between the ages of mid 20s – late 40s.

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