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<div class='inside_text'>Can you properly identify all the parts of a horse? Veterinary medical assistant students, Sarah Moore and Cheyenne Nichols, showed visitors at the small animal clinic how to during Ag-Citing on March 11. "You want me to put my hand where?" and "Money, Money, Money" were just a few of the other sessions our info session visitors could check out.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Making a Difference - our human services info session - was also held on March 11. The event included sessions on child and youth care, early learning and child care and educational assistant programs, our "flipped classroom," a panel discussion and more.</div> <div class='inside_text'>We welcomed visitors to our Lloydminster campus for TLC@LC - our health and wellness info session - on March 15. Visitors could take part in breakout sessions, meet faculty including Kate Donnelly and Deb Minish, visit the campus spa and more.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Info sessions continued at the Vermilion campus on March 18 with Get Fired Up for SRT. Visitors met faculty and current students, learned about their projects and toured the SRT shop.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Design-Citing was also held on March 18. Rochelle Horne, interior design technology instructor, took visitors through a first-year rendering class. Shelly Corbiere, Class of '96, joined her daughter Courtney for the info session. Courtney plans on following in her mother's footsteps by taking the program in a year or so.</div> <div class='inside_text'>The 2016 Business Job Fair was held on March 10 at the Lloydminster campus. Eleven Lakeland alumni were on hand with 17 different businesses and organizations.</div> <div class='inside_text'>The Rec Centre gymnasium was transformed into a unique boutique with a rustic western flair from March 11-13. The Pop-Up Shop - Powered by the Student Managed Enterprise - featured a wide range of products, including furniture, jewellery, essential oils and more. Not only did visitors shop at the store, they also enjoyed a complimentary coffee bar and live music.</div> <div class='inside_text'>The Western Canadian Judging Competition kicked off on March 11 during Little Royal 2016. Also held during Little Royal at the Vermilion campus were Agility Club and Stock Dog demonstrations, ranch rodeo, Stockman's Club shows, Little Royal Rodeo and more.</div> <div class='inside_text'>The annual Health & Wellness Fair was held at the Lloydminster campus on March 15. From mini-manicures provided by our esthetician students to non-profit organizations and yoga demonstrations, there was plenty to check out at this year's fair.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Theatre patrons had the opportunity to reconnect with everyone's favourite ogre, thanks to Lakeland's performing arts department's production of Shrek the Musical, Jr. The show ran from March 18-20 at the Vic Juba Community Theatre. Directed by Kathryn Edwards, the cast featured senior members of the college’s Triple Threat Theatre for Kids program.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Donors and awards recipients had the opportunity to meet at the annual Award Celebration at the Vermilion Regional Centre on March 16. Our sign language interpretation students took part in the event not only as award recipients, but by translating the program too. The Lloydminster Award Celebration is March 23.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Lakeland alumni in and around the Border City met on March 17 for a new event - the Lloydminster alumni social - at the Servus Credit Union Hospitality Centre. The next alumni social will be held on April 9 in Saskatoon.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Thanks to Spectra Energy's generosity and support, our trades and technology apprentices have access to new tools. Spectra Energy's $10,000 donation addresses  immediate capital needs for the heavy equipment technician and electrician trades programs.</div> <div class='inside_text'>The PEDS 294 class held a mini-teaching session with students from E.S. Laird Middle School.</div> <div class='inside_text'>Students from St. Jerome's Catholic School participated in Be an Environmental Scientist Day on March 18. Organized by the bachelor of applied science students in ECM300 Communications for Environmental Professionals, there were six stations for the elementary school children to participate in, including one about the different types of soil. Members of the Enviro Club also created a station to teach students about bats and bees.</div>
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