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PCC Alum and Candela Club travel weekly to IXTapa Board to search for permanent president Artist with no formal training opens new art show to great success
 

PCC Alum and Candela Club travel weekly to IXTapa

Salsa, Merengue, Flamenco, Samba, Cumbia or Cha Cha – Latin dance moves the club IXTapa through PCC alum and instructor, club promoter and business owner Sergio Leal. Leal began as a math major at PCC and became a teacher’s aid … Continue reading →

Board to search for permanent president

The school will begin a national search by hiring a headhunting firm to find a permanent superintendent, according to Board President Anthony Fellow. Continue reading →

Artist with no formal training opens new art show to great success

Standing in the middle of a forest of black and white animals and stars that seemed to flow endlessly into each other stood a woman on a stepladder with nothing but a sharpie in hand.

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