• The Patrons of the Arts Society will bring the classic R&B sound of the 50’s and 60’s to the Tinnin Fine Arts Center with “Doo Wop, Pop & Soul” on Thursday, November 19 at 7 p.m. “Doo Wop” performs the best-known hits of the 50’s and 60’s R&B genre, including "Come and Go With Me," "Book of Love," and "The Great Pretender.” Led by local-born musician Jon Sousan, whose shows “Take it to the Limit” (Eagles tribute) and “Bad Moon Rising” (CCR tribute) have been performed at the Tinnin Center in the past, “Doo Wop” pays tribute to great groups like “The Platters,” “Four Tops,” “The Temptations,” and more. “R&B in the 50’s and 60’s was one of the most

    Nov 05,
  • Amanda Vinson, a student at Three Rivers College, has received the Allison Grace Daughhetee Scholarship. Vinson, a non-traditional nursing student, received a $1,000 scholarship for the 2015-2016 school year. A mother of two children, as well as three foster children, Vinson currently works as a CNA while she completes her nursing degree. “I’m here to try to make a better life for myself and my children, and thanks to this scholarship, that’s gotten easier,” said Vinson. “I love being in the Nursing program at Three Rivers. I’m happiest when taking care of others.” The scholarship was endowed in memory of Allison Grace Daughhetee, the daughter of Three Rivers nursing students Ronnie and Melissa Daughhetee, who were in the process of

    Oct 22,
  • The new classroom building on the Three Rivers College campus in Poplar Bluff has acquired a new name, thanks to a donation accepted recently by the college’s Board of Trustees. Naming rights to the new “Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center” were secured by the Robert W. Plaster Foundation, a charitable organization in Lebanon, Mo., in exchange for a significant seven-figure donation to be used toward the cost of the building. The donation also makes the building the new home of Three Rivers’ business programs, as part of the Plaster Foundation’s emphasis on business, free enterprise, and entrepreneurship education. “We’re extremely pleased to partner with the Plaster Foundation to create the Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center,” said Dr. Wesley

    Oct 14,
  • Officials from Three Rivers College and the Sikeston Department of Public Safety attended a donation ceremony on Monday, September 23, commemorating Sikeston DPS’ donation of a fire truck to Three Rivers’ Fire Science program. Attending the presentation are, front row from left, Missy Marshall, Three Rivers-Sikeston director; Jack Armor, TRC's fire training co-ordinator; DPS Director Drew Juden; DPS officer Rickey Rapert; and Chuck Stratton and Rick Colbert with TRC; back row: DPS officers Benjamin Quick, Adam Eftink, Dalton Hunsaker, Mario Whitney and Henry Franklin. Missy Marshall, Three Rivers-Sikeston, Jack Armor, Drew Juden, Rickey Rapert, Chuck Stratton, Rick Colbert, Benjamin Quick, Adam Eftink, Dalton Hunsaker, Mario Whitney,Henry Franklin.

    Sep 28,
  • Computer Applications Classes The Continuing Education department at Three Rivers College will hold a 6-week Computer Applications class from 5:30 – 8 PM, Monday evenings from September 21 – October 26.  Chris Waite will teach students the basics of the Microsoft Office Suite:  Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.  The cost of the class is $40. For more information on Continuing Education classes at Three Rivers College, visit trcc.edu/continuing. To register for this course, contact Amber Spears at 573-840-9619 or aspears@trcc.edu. Three Rivers College is committed to contributing to the quality of life in Southeast Missouri with quality, affordable higher education opportunities and community services that support and encourage the economic, civic, and cultural vitality of the region. For more information

    Sep 16,

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