Trinity Valley Community College’s Business and Computer Science department recently presented Occupational Skills Awards to three students. Tony Biernacki, Angel Moore and Brenda Votolato all received the OSA in Entrepreneurship and have completed the Small Business Management Certificate. Moore will also receive her Associate of Applied Science degrees at next week’s spring graduation ceremonies. One student not present, Lennie Milczanowski will receive the OSA in Accounting and take the Intuit QuickBooks Certified user certification.
It’s time to tee it up to support the Trinity Valley Community College Foundation.
The annual golf tournament fundraiser is set for Monday, May 14 at Van Zandt Country Club in Canton.
Cost of the four-person scramble is $300 per, which includes a hamburger lunch. Teams can register for either the morning flight at 8 a.m. or the afternoon flight at 1 p.m., with trophies awarded for each flight.
The Lady Cardinals (29-23) will be the No. 3 East seed in the Region XIV Tournament later this week at Port Arthur. They will face Blinn (30-16), the No. 2 South seed at 10 a.m. Friday, May 4 in the opening game of the tournament.
Earlier this season, the Lady Cardinals were an 8-7 winner against Blinn in the annual Region XIV Crossover Tournament in Longview.
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While the NFL was at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Saturday, wrapping up the annual player pageant called the draft, an elite Texas football team was actually using its field for its intended purpose.
And, no, I don’t mean the Cowboys.
The TVCC Cardinals finished their spring practice schedule with the Annual Spring Game at Bruce Field in Athens Saturday morning.
The dynasty is real.
For a fourth straight year and fifth time in six years, the Lady Cardinal volleyball team has come out on top in the Cardinal Cup competition at Trinity Valley Community College.
Tuesday night at the eighth annual TVCC Sports Banquet at Athens Country Club, the Lady Cardinals were again awarded the Cardinal Cup — the prize for a fall/spring semester-long competition in which the college’s athletic department teams/groups are awarded points for supporting each other and for community service.