At their November 5, 2014 monthly meeting the Livingston County Ag Fair Board presented the LACC Law Enforcement Club with a $300 donation for their help parking cars at the 2014 fair. LACC Law Enforcement Club assisted at the fair’s two biggest nights, Tuesday’s Rodeo and Thursday’s Demolition Derby. The club did an exceptional job parking cars and keeping everything in order. For the excellent work the Vice President of the Fair Board, Dustin Smith, presented the check to Law Enforcement Club members, Devon Johansen, vice president, Dayana Leon-Araujo, secretary, and Branden Seal, Treasurer.
On October 29, 2014 Livingston Area Career Center and Education for Employment hosted a Career Fair at the Pontiac National Guard Armory.
Freshman from all Livingston County high schools were invited to attend the event.
Twenty-Two area businesses, 16 LACC programs and 2 Colleges provided hands-on activities engaging these students.
This event gave the students the opportunity to experience career choices and participate in activities from the businesses and LACC programs. Students were able to talk to business representatives and the LACC instructors about job opportunities and education in each field.
H.O.S.A. collected 779 pounds of donations and $52. This is the highest pound collection ever collected.
The LACC class that collected the most items was Mr. Bristow’s Law Enforcement class.
All collected items were donated to the Livingston County Food Pantry.
Livingston Area Career Center’s Health Occupation Students of America (H.O.S.A.) and Law Enforcement Club recently hosted a successful American Red Cross blood drive. Donors consisted of students ages 16-19. Fifty Six total pints were collected of which 37 students were first time donors. We hope that the opportunity lead students to become lifelong donors of the “Gift of Life”
Being a police officer is stressful enough on a slow day let alone handling five calls and interviewing for a job in one day. That is exactly what Staci Dixon, a recent graduate of Livingston Area Career Center and Pontiac Township High School, did when she competed in the National SkillsUSA Championships in Kansas City, MO on June 24-27.
The competition was composed of two written tests on the first two days, assessing her knowledge of law enforcement and the SkillsUSA organization. On the third day, Dixon reported for uniform inspection at 7:30am. Then the duty calls and the writing of police reports on those calls came one after another. Dixon effectively and confidently handled the following calls:
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