Read about MCC Red Mountain student Kaelin Shaker's path to graduation: http://t.co/3yzbHgej2b
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Read the inspiring story of MCC graduate Candace Wilson. Her advice to students: "Ask questions." Congrats, Candace! http://t.co/CXJLb6oKh8
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Photo from the recent Mesa Chamber of Commerce 2015 Awards Banquet of MCC Professor Ann Ewing, Professor of the Year recipient.
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Posted on January 6, 2014 by Sally Mesarosh
Where can you see roses bloom in the desert? The Rose Garden at Mesa Community College proudly showcases more than 9,000 rose bushes of more than 300 varieties.
To prepare for the next blooming cycle in mid-March, the Rose Garden is looking for volunteers with gardening skills to spare in the largest rose garden in the southwestern United States.
'Deadhead’ volunteers needed at rose garden - East Valley Tribune_ Local Treasures.pdf
East Valley Tribune. January 6, 2014
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