Gathering Our Voice

Pausing to Celebrate

Welcome to the Listening Post at Wenatchee Valley College

Pausing to Celebrate
75 Years!

Applause

Hear Wells House Committee members Shirley Lindell and Lucy Kenoyer describe their hopes for the house.

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Shirley Lindell and Lucy Kenoyer (MP3)

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Wells House Committee members

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Wells House and Wenatchi Hall bring together the best of
the old and new on the Wenatchee campus.

 

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English instructor Nancy Howard helped thousands of WVC students learn to write over the years.
Hear her talk about her greatest accomplishment at WVC.

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Nancy Howard (MP3)

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Chemistry instructor Dick Logan has taught students inside and outside of the classroom.
Hear him reflect on the impact of his 40-year career at WVC.

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Dick Logan (MP3)

Hear Kathi Rivers Shannon reflect on the connections between WVC and the community.

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Kathi Rivers Shannon (MP3)

*2011 Wenatchi Hall Opens*
WVC Historical Timeline


Artist Ted Moomaw and his sculpture, “psixm” carrying wood.

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