“Destination vs. Reality” is the theme of Mercer County Community College’s 2020 observance of Black History Month. This week, the college is hosting number of special events with an emphasis on culture, relationships and education. The events are split between College’s West Windsor Campus, and the James Kerney Campus in downtown Trenton.

On Saturday, February 22nd, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. both campuses will offer Celebrations of Song and Dance, a series of performances by the College’s students and staff, hosted by staff members Hope Jarvis and Quenten Couch. Also featured will be duets and soloists with Hope Fitness Ministries Dance Team, Essence Ministry Caribbean Band, Little Blessings praise dancers, and Elder Al Matlock Jr. of the Mellowaires. The James Kerney Campus is located at 102 North Broad Street, Trenton, at its intersection with Hanover Street.

The College’s Black History Month activities are presented by its Black History Committee and the American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC). The event is open to the public. For information about events at the James Kerney Campus please call Steve Waniak at 609-586-4800 ext. 3165. For information about events on the West Windsor campus, contact Student Life at (609)-570-3435.

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