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ACC Student Achievement Celebration

Claire, Shayna and Scott Dubyts.

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Claire, Shayna and Scott Dubyts. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Gord, Annie and Leslee Muir.

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Gord, Annie and Leslee Muir. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Gabe Mercier and Ashley Sidlar.

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Gabe Mercier and Ashley Sidlar. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

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Audrey Wilson and Timothy Blampied. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Assiniboine Community College is amazing in its efforts to continuously grow with the times and always looks for ways to improve and maintain a first-class standard. On April 23, 2014, ACC again put on a first rate event holding the first of what will be the Annual Student and Staff Achievement Dinner.

"It’s important that we take time to identify and applaud the outstanding efforts and contributions of these students," said Barb Brown, Dean of Students at ACC. "A critical part of the college experience is defining oneself both inside and outside of the classroom. These students exemplify what it means to be engaged across many aspects of college life."

Three students and two instructors received awards from the Student Association, including Volunteer of the Year awards for both student and faculty recipients. Twenty-four students were recognized with athletic awards and 22 students received One to Watch awards.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 3, 2014

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Assiniboine Community College is amazing in its efforts to continuously grow with the times and always looks for ways to improve and maintain a first-class standard. On April 23, 2014, ACC again put on a first rate event holding the first of what will be the Annual Student and Staff Achievement Dinner.

"It’s important that we take time to identify and applaud the outstanding efforts and contributions of these students," said Barb Brown, Dean of Students at ACC. "A critical part of the college experience is defining oneself both inside and outside of the classroom. These students exemplify what it means to be engaged across many aspects of college life."

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Assiniboine Community College is amazing in its efforts to continuously grow with the times and always looks for ways to improve and maintain a first-class standard. On April 23, 2014, ACC again put on a first rate event holding the first of what will be the Annual Student and Staff Achievement Dinner.

"It’s important that we take time to identify and applaud the outstanding efforts and contributions of these students," said Barb Brown, Dean of Students at ACC. "A critical part of the college experience is defining oneself both inside and outside of the classroom. These students exemplify what it means to be engaged across many aspects of college life."

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