Check Out Funk & Groove at Club Hollywood Casino Thurs., May 28

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Funk & Groove is Shoreline’s own retro music performance group. They are a contemporary tribute to the funky vibe of the 70s and beyond, performing the hit songs from a variety of genres including pop, jazz, funk, R&B, soul and rap.

Check them out this Thurs., May 28 from 7-10 p.m. at Club Hollywood Casino at 16716 Aurora Avenue North in Shoreline. Minors are welcomed to attend until 9 p.m.

SCC’s End-of-Year Athletics Banquet is the Friday, May 29 – Get Your Tickets Now!

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Join the Athletic Department on May 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the PUB for our annual celebration recognizing our student-athletes with athletic and academic awards from the Northwest Athletic Conference and other special team awards.

Entertainment at the dress-up affair will include live music, motivational speaker Mark Matteson, a silent auction, a southern-style dinner and dancing.

Tickets are:
$12 for seniors, students and children
$15 for general-public adults

Tickets may be purchased by check or credit card in the Athletic Office of Shoreline Community College. For more information on purchasing tickets, please contact Program Coordinator Kathy Langer at 206-546-4746 or Athletic Director Steve Eskridge at 206-546-4553.

The banquet was started in 1998 and ran consecutively through 2006 before going on hiatus. Last year, we were glad to bring it back to celebrate our Shoreline student-athletes!

In addition to the banquet, which starts at 7:30 p.m., there will be a silent auction to raise funds for our Athletic Department starting at 6:30 p.m. A dance will immediately follow the dinner and award ceremony.

Seating is limited, so please get your tickets right away. We hope to see you there!

SCC Hits Big at SIFF This Year!

The "REFRACTION" film crew from left to right: Kuper Sletcha (producer), Chris Cook (writer), Bruce Stead (director and editor), and Jordan Tran (cinematographer).

The “REFRACTION” film crew from left to right: Kuper Sletcha (producer), Chris Cook (writer), Bruce Stead (director and editor), and Jordan Tran (cinematographer).

Shoreline films are getting a lot of play at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) this year with SCC’s first-ever entirely student-driven production making its debut in the festival as well as a feature-length film co-produced by two SCC faculty.

REFRACTION” is a sci-fi short that was produced by Kris Boustedt’s Production II class and made its premiere at SIFF this past Sunday. Read more about this student-driven film here.

The Hollow One” is a horror thriller co-produced by Film Department Chair Tony Doupé and SCC Associate Faculty Lorraine Montez. Doupé also stars in the film, which premieres at SIFF on Wed., May 27 at 9:00 p.m. and Thurs., May 28 at 3:30 p.m. at SIFF Cinema Uptown Theater. Tickets can be purchased through the SIFF Box Office. Read more about that project here.

In addition, 10 of SCC’s current and former students worked on the following SIFF films:

VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH

EL CAMINO SOLO

And SCC Film and Video Faculty Kris Boustedt edited the video montage that played at the festival’s Opening Night Celebration.

Congrats to all!

“When You See Me” Disabilities Awareness Presentation May 28

The Disability Awareness Society (D.A.S.) is hosting a presentation called “When You See Me…” a personal look into our lives on May 28 from 1-2:30 p.m. in the PUB Quiet Dining Room (9208). The D.A.S. is a diverse group of Shoreline students with many different interests and abilities. We are doing this presentation because too often people with different abilities are stereotyped and misunderstood. Come and learn about us, our lives, and hear how we represent ourselves. We are more than what we look like, how we talk, and how we seem.

Our club’s mission is to have meaningful conversations that raise awareness of diversity and difference. Our club’s motto is “Respect Differences—Respect Matters.” Please join us on Thurs. May 28 in the Quiet Dining Room from 1-2:30 p.m. for our presentation and a follow up discussion.

Get Your Engines Started for the Auto Experience: Coming to SCC June 3

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Shoreline Community College’s Sports and Event Marketing class is excited to announce the 2nd Annual Auto Experience to be held on Wed., June 3.

Lynnwood Honda, Carter Subaru, and Campbell Nelson Volkswagen dealerships will bring sustainable vehicles to the campus, and Shoreline Community College’s own Hannah Lindquist will bring her Ford Focus Midget race car.

All are invited to attend this event in front of the PUB from 10am-2pm. The event will be a hands-on learning experience, with those in attendance having the opportunity to look inside the cars and to see their unique features. Those who provide feedback on the cars will be treated to food and drinks.

Last year’s Auto Experience produced more than double the expected attendees. Among those in attendance were a group of special education students from Edmonds Middle School. Teacher Janice Maxson said “the event was the high point of all of our college prep work with my students.”

The Sports and Event Marketing class hopes to build on the success of last year’s Auto Experience in order to make it a community building event at Shoreline Community College.

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