Delaware County Community College is getting ready for a big semi-centennial celebration and everyone is invited, according to a report in the Daily Times.
The celebration will include a free community day that will be open to the public on the Marple Campus at 901 Media Line Road.
On Sept. 23 from 11 AM-2 PM, people of all ages can enjoy various activities, including tours of the campus, games, and refreshments. There will also be an appearance by the Phillie Phanatic and a performance by Audra McLaughlin, an Interboro High School and Delaware County Community College graduate who starred on NBC’s The Voice.
Homecoming for alumni and friends will kick off at 6 PM the night before, with an alumni basketball game at the Marple Newtown Recreation Center. The friendly sporting matches will continue on Saturday with soccer at 11:30 AM, and baseball at 2 PM. There will also be an alumni awards ceremony and a time capsule burial hosted by college president Dr. L. Joy Gates Black.
Click here for more information on the celebration and the chance to win a free gift card for registering to attend.
Read more about Delaware County Community College’s celebration in the Daily Times by clicking here.