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Grand opening scheduled for SCC Falls City Learning Center

(KLZA)-- A ribbon cutting and open house for the Southeast Community College Learning Center in Falls City is scheduled for Thursday, September 26 at 11:00 a.m. 

The new facility located at 3200 Bill Schock Boulevard will provide training and learning opportunities to the area through a variety of classes and services.  Holly Carr is the Learning Center coordinator. 

The 9,500 square foot facility includes four classrooms, a large manufacturing space and a health science area. Credit and non-credit courses will be offered as well as business and industry training.  

Southeast Community College President Dr. Paul Illich,  Falls City Mayor Shawna Bindle, SCC Board Chairperson Nancy Seim and Carr will be speaking during the grand opening.  

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