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July 2008 News Archive

UCM President's Lawn Concert Moves Indoors to Elliott Union

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG - 7/25/2008 - Due to the possibility of inclement weather, the annual event featuring ice cream served by UCM administrators and music by the Warrensburg Community Band moves indoors to the atrium of the Elliott Union at 7 p.m. today, July 28.
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Cooperative Effort to "Go Green" Just Keeps on Growing

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG - 7/18/2008 - UCM's public broadcasting stations recently joined Powell Gardens near Kingsville for a celebration of the continued success of "Go Green," a cooperative effort to reduce the carbon footprint generated by the two stations.
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90.9 The Bridge Nominated for National Industry Award

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG - 7/9/2008 - Radio and Records, the premier music industry trade magazine, has announced that UCM's public broadcasting radio station has been nominated for its Triple A Industry Achievement Award-Non-Commercial Station of the Year, Top 50 Markets.
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Local Artists, Luehrman Exhibit Works in Annual Summer Show

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG - 7/9/2008 - Mid-Missouri Artists hosts its annual Members Show in the main gallery July 8-25, and Richard Luehrman, UCM professor emeritus of art, also will show a concurrent exhibit, "The Artist Meanders," in the outer gallery.
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Aspiring Children's Authors Meet to Learn and Network

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG - 7/3/2008 - Meet and mingle with professionals from the world of children's literature, gathering ideas about current trends and issues and learning more about how good children's books are created and shared.
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A Renewed Morrow-Garrison Complex Begins to Take Shape

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG - 7/3/2008 - The first stages of the renovation of UCM's Morrow-Garrison complex are becoming evident as portions of the facility are closed to the public to permit construction crews to begin work.
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