Thanks to all who came to MCC's Performing Arts Center Grand Opening today! @MesaMayorOffice @MesaDistrict3 #mesa http://t.co/traxTuK7rB
RT @KerryLengel: Mesa Community College's @mesacc new Performing Arts Center opens this weekend. Details: http://t.co/qBg4G5zntE
Today City of Mesa Mayor John Giles joined MCC officials to cut the ribbon on MCC's new Performing Arts Center, followed by entertainment by MCC students....
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Posted on July 10, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
Students enrolled in the MCC summer academic enrichment program known as STEP ventured from the classroom of text books and theory to walk the actual halls, engage former students and gain a first- hand experience of the school for Colored children which was later renamed George Washington Carver High.
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