Foundation Newsletter Archives: WINTER/SPRING 2017; FALL/WINTER 2017-18; SPRING 2019; Spring 2020; Fall 2021
May 18, 2021: Lake Charles Dedication
April 16, 2021: Businesses Donate Materials, Labor for DCCC Rodeo Team
February 25, 2021: DC3 Receives Funds for Band Instruments
January 29, 2021: New Facility Named the Floris Jean Hampton Nurse Education Center
October 7, 2020: Art Department Receives New Equipment
August 18, 2020: Winter Livestock Hosts DC3 Rodeo Team
August 13, 2020: DC3 Foundation Announces Scholarship Winners
July 23, 2020: DC3 Disc Golf Course Nears Completion
December 10, 2019: DC3 Inducts Three to Hall of Fame
November 22, 2019: Mission 007 A Success!
January, 9, 2019: JAG Construction Donor Spotlight; May 18, 2018: ITC Scholarship; May 1, 2018: Harshberger Family Donation; April 27, 2017: W.R. Robbins Scholarship; November 3, 2017: Rodeo Donation; November 9, 2017: Western State Bank Donation; February 1, 2018: Phillips Chiropractic P.A. donation
This popular community track is a wonderful way to walk (or run) protected from the elements! We respectfully request no shoes with spikes. The track is closed during holidays and weekends. Thank you! Enjoy your walk!
A new 18-hole disc golf course is open to the public on the Dodge City Community College (DC3) campus. Located mainly around the residence halls and Lake Charles, the course is open to students, faculty, and staff—as well as members of the community.
Like most disc golf courses, DC3’s new course is free to use and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. As with any public park, it does not have staff on hand.
To play the 4,417-foot course, disc golfers begin with hole No. 1 on the west side of campus near the Lewis Technology Center building, where there is ample public parking. They then head south, eventually skirting around Lake Charles, and then back to the area where they started for hole No. 18.
Conquistador Park was sponsored by the Greg and Linda Goff Family. The Foundation is still accepting donations for the project that would allow for later course expansions, such as sponsored benches, additional signage, named holes, and additional shrubs and trees—for beautification and for course obstacles. Dynamic Discs assisted in the design of the signage and provided a small sponsorship as well.