College president will speak to Auxiliary |

College president will speak to Auxiliary

Dr. Guy Lease, superintendent/ president of Lake Tahoe Community College, will address Barton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary May 14 at their monthly luncheon meeting at the Horizon Casino Resort.

Social time starts at 11 a.m., the business meeting at 11:30 a.m. and lunch will be served at noon. The cost of lunch is $12 per person and the public is invited to attend. To make a reservation and for more information call (775) 265-0357 or (530) 544-3930 by noon May 11.

The next time you receive a class schedule in your mailbox from Lake Tahoe Community College don’t set it aside thinking there’s nothing in it for you. The very name “community college” provides Dr. Lease, his qualified faculty and staff the framework to offer classes expressly requested by South Shore residents. His program, “It’s Your Community College,” will highlight the many programs and events designed to meet the needs of non-traditional students – that is, students who may have had a break from formal education or are simply fascinated by lifelong learning.

Lease, who received his educational administration doctorate from the University of South California, has been with LTCC since joining the staff as vice president, business services in 1982. He has served as superintendent/president since 1990 and has represented this district at president of the Community College League of California and Chief Executive Officers California Community Colleges as well as on more than a dozen statewide educational efforts.

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