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8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Contact the Library
Visit us in the Jernigan Building on Roanoke-Chowan's Campus 109 Community College Road, Ahoskie, NC 27910
Chat with an Library Staff Member During LRC Operating Hours
News at R-CCC Library
Here ye, Here ye! Come by and visit us in the LRC! We have gotten a new facelift for our café and in our Small Business Center area. This beautiful artwork was donated by Mr. Jim Messer and his art class. We feel this gives us a modern look. Also, the café is open since the weather has gotten colder. We have coffee, hot cocoa and cappuccino available for $1.00 a cup. We always welcome our faculty, staff, students and community patrons anytime to visit for assistance, resources and a helping hand.
Congratulations A.L.E.C. Members: R-CCC Honors Convocation
We would like to say Congratulations to the following A.L.E.C. Members on their accomplishments on Thursday April 7, 2016 at the R-CCC Honors Convocation.
Lydia C. Murphy (President’s List- Fall Semester and Spring Semester 2015; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Beta Nu Mu Chapter; Phi Theta Kappa Beta Nu Mu Outstanding Service Award).
Shakira N. Gay (Dean’s List- Fall Semester 2015; Early College High School-Honors- Fall Semester 2015; Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Beta Nu Mu Chapter).
Deonsha’e Q. Vinson (Dean’s List- Spring Semester 2015).
Abigail N. Jones (Early College High School- Top Honors- Fall Semester 2015).
Shirley M. Parker (Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Beta Nu Mu Chapter; Phi Theta Kappa Beta Nu Mu Leadership Award, North Carolina Community College Academic Excellence Award, R-CCC Nominee, Governor Bob Scott Leadership Award and R-CCC Nominee, Dallas Herring Award.
Angel Staton (Biology Academic Excellence Award).
We are extremely proud of these young ladies and the hard work they have done this year!
(Lydia Murphy, Deonshae' Vinson, Shirley Parker)
March 13, 2015
Arts, Literacy, Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) for the R-CCC Library
The mission of A.L.E.C. is to incorporate the appreciation of the fine arts, the wonders of the human imagination and to provide an opportunity for the students here at R-CCC to explore their interests. The A.L.E.C. members will host events that will expose students to the arts through art shows, literacy events and entertainment activities.
(Brianna Tenhet, Deonshae Vinson, Karla Rueda, Angel Staton and Shirley Parker)
A Selfie + A Shelfie!
In celebration of National Library Week, share what you are currently reading by taking a Selfie + a Shelfie! Send us a picture of yourself with the book you are reading, or a picture of the book you are reading. If you are not reading anything at this time I challenge you to pick up a book or read a e-book on your tablet. We look forward to seeing your pictures. Who's up for the challenge!!
LRC Has New Catalog Search Station
Have you ever wondered how you can search for a book in the card catalog without using the computers that students are working at?
Well you can, the LRC staff has moved and created a friendly station for you to search books through the library catalog or online catalog.
Try it today! If you should need help please stop by the circulation desk.
We Want to Hear from You!
Why do you primarily use the Library?
R-CCC Special Displays
November- Native American Month
History Comes Alive at R-CCC
Black History Month Displays
Women's History Month:
A.L.E.C. and NowHumanity Project
New Display for the LRC
A new display has been created out front of the LRC. The display includes the A.L.E.C. club members, custom designs and R-CCC staff that have helped to contributed to plays and readings that the R-CCC A.L.E.C. club has been a part of for the fall semester of 2015. If you have not visited the display case located outside of the library front doors, we welcome you to do so. Pictures, names and roles that each individual participated in are listed inside of the display case.
The A.L.E.C. club would like to send a special thank you to Dean Monique Mitchell for her support of the play. Mrs. Bonnie Burkett for video recording the play. Mrs. Mildred Gatling for helping to pass candy out to the children during the Read and Treat after the A.L.E.C. club play. Mrs. Shelia Porter (former chair, and current Board member of the Hertford County Board of Education) for visiting and meeting the A.L.E.C. Club members. Mr. Kevin Davis for his help in a creative name for a character in the play, Robert’s Story. Mrs. Cara Edwards and Mr. Zain Murphy for their help with the auditorium. Mr. Joel Murphy for his help with creating a stage for the A.L.E.C. club play.
Online Interview with Amrit Singh founder of NowHumanity
Dean Monique Mitchell set-up a Skype/Periscope interview with A.L.E.C. club members and Amrit Singh the founder of the NowHumanity project. Amrit spoke to the group from Europe. The Skype/Periscope interview was on Tuesday May 3, 2016 at 1:00pm in the CAI Lab. Faculty, staff and students were welcomed to join A.L.E.C. in meeting Amrit.
Dean Wendy Vann, Dean of Student Services; Mr. Tremaine Kwasikpui, Student Activities Coordinator and Recruiter; Mrs. Crystal Harris, Director of Financial Aid joined A.L.E.C. members, Ms. Amber Moore (club advisor), Dean Monique Mitchell (co-advisor) and Mrs. Bonnie Burkett (co-advisor) for the interview.
A.L.E.C. club members led questions during the interview and Amrit asked club members questions. Guest were also allowed to ask Amrit questions. Amrit had Anita Wing Lee join him during the interview to discuss her work in Greece and their partnership with ongoing projects.
Special thank you to Mr. Zain Murphy for setting up Skype for the group and answering questions online. Mrs. Mildred Gatling for covering the circulation desk and other library needs during her lunch break, so that the interview was able to take place in the library with no problems.
We would like to thank everyone that has donated to the NowHumanity project. The last day for donations was Tuesday May 3, 2016.
Please click on link below to see the live interview.
Pictures from Skype/Periscope Interview with Amrit Singh
2016 2nd Annual Golf Tournament: A.L.E.C.
A.L.E.C. attends the R-CCC 2016 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is today Friday, April 29, 2016 from 1:00pm-4:00pm at the Beechwood Country Club located at 205 Country Club Road Ahoskie, NC 27910.
(Brianna Tenhet, Shakira Gay, Elysha Pace and Deonshae' Vinson)
(A.L.E.C. Club Members, Mrs. Bonnie Burkett,
Dean Monique Mitchell and Ms. Amber Moore)
Happy National Library Month!
April 10 - 16th was National Library Week. Here are some of the selfie/shelfies that I received last week. Also, Raya Sessoms was the winner of the Candy Jar Guessing Contest. Shirley Gay in the Continuing Education office won a book as well as Chrystal Williams, Lydia Murphy and Elysha Pace. Thanks to all that participated in the festivities. Keep Reading!
2016 Spring Fling: A.L.E.C.- April 19, 2016
A.L.E.C. would like to thank everyone for their support at the 2016 Spring Fling for our bake sale. We had a great time. We still have cake for .50 and 3 cookies for a $1.00 in the library in case anyone is interested in purchasing something sweet! Your welcome to visit us now through Friday April 20, 2016, for a treat. Congratulations to Mrs. Shirley Gay for winning the candy jar/bank and book from the library!
A.L.E.C. Needs Your Help: NowHumanity
Update: The A.L.E.C. Club at this time would like to say thank you to everyone that has donated to the NowHumanity project. We are finalizing the project if anyone has items that they would like to give, please feel free to stop by the library between Friday April 29- Tuesday May 3, 2016. The last day for donations will be Tuesday May 3, 2016.
A.L.E.C. is working on an end of the year outreach project. We would like to ask Roanoke-Chowan Community College faculty, staff, students and Hertford County Early College High School faculty, staff, students to join us in collecting the following items for NowHumanity. (We are looking for unused items)
This fundraiser will be for children who are in refugee camps in Europe. NowHumanity is helping to give children a place to escape, a time to use their imagination and a respect to grow. For more information on NowHumanity please log on to: http://www.nowhumanity.com/.
Our goal is to fill 100 bags. If you would like to help A.L.E.C. we will be collecting the following items now until April 29, 2016. You may drop items off in the library at the Circulation Desk. Thank you again for supporting A.L.E.C. We would like to ship items throughout the month of April.
Thank you to everyone that has donated to our outreach project for collecting items for NowHumanity. We will be collecting throughout the month of April. Here are some pictures of items already collected below....
(Mrs. Bonnie Burkett, Ms. Amber Moore)
March 12, 2016- A.L.E.C. members worked on bags to send to Europe for the NowHumanity. Twenty-five (25) bags were completed.
(Shakira Gay, Shirley Parker, Elysha Pace and Deonshae Vinson)
Thank You For Your Support
Roanoke- Chowan Community College Arts, Literacy and Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) would like to thank everyone that came out and supported the Black History and Open Mic Event on February 25, 2016 at 11:00am. A special thank you to President Dr. Elam for your continual support and encouraging words.
Thank you to the following students for participating in the event; Hezziath Clemons, EJ Eason, Chris Gillam, Cierra Bell, Dezimber Sawyer, Kanesha Harris, Kayla Britt, Damien Norfleet, Shyheim See Persaud, Brian Riddick and Kevin
A.L.E.C. would also like to thank Ms. Amber Moore (A.L.E.C. Club Advisor), Dean Monique Mitchell (Co- Club Advisor), Mrs. Bonnie Burkett (Co- Club Advisor), Mrs. Mildred Gatling, Mrs. Melanie Temple, Mr. Tremaine Kwasikpui, Mr. Kevin Davis, Ms. Janelle Murphy, Mr. Juan Vaughan and Mrs. Latoya Stephenson.
(Brianna Tenhet, Elysha Pace, Deonshae Vinson, Shakira Gay, Karla Rueda and Shirley Parker)
The A.L.E.C. Club Book Exchange: (Bring One, Take One)
Help us fill our bookshelf with great books to read. The idea is that you bring a book and take a book with you.
Please make sure that the books you donate are in fair or good condition.
Please donate books you only want to give away. The books will not be cataloged or monitored for check-outs. There will not be any records kept on these books. A.L.E.C. stands for Arts, Literacy, Entertainment Club. A.L.E.C. wants to help promote literacy here in the library.
Join us and bring a book or two to share. For more information and to drop-off donations please visit the Circulation Desk.
Thank You! R-CCC Library Staff has the right to deselect books on this shelf that may not follow our library mission.
(Lydia Murphy and Shirley Parker)
We would like to take this time and thank everyone that has donated to our bring one and take one book exchange. Special thank you to Dr. Elam for the books that he had donated to our book exchange.
Office Number: 252-862-1239
Library Technical/Public Service Specialist
R-CCC Friends of the Library Board
Thank You from A.L.E.C.
Roanoke- Chowan Community College Arts, Literacy and Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) would like to thank everyone that came out and supported the 1yr. Anniversary for A.L.E.C. on March 15, 2016 at 6:00pm. A special thank you to Mr. Tremaine Kwasikpui for your continual support and encouraging words.
(Deonshae Vinson, Elysha Pace, Karla Rueda, Shakira Gay, Sidney Hoggard, Shirley Parker, Abigail Jones and Elizabeth Jones)
Arts, Literacy and Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) Presents: A Black History and Open Mic Event
Roanoke- Chowan Community College Arts, Literacy and Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) Presents: A Black History and Open Mic Event on February 25, 2016. Time and location for the event will be announced soon. We would like to showcase the talents of faculty, staff and students here on campus. We invite everyone to come out and enjoy the performances and artwork displays.
If you would like to participate (those performing must attend an audition), please send in all information to: (Form has been closed) Thank you to everyone that signed up for the event. Audition dates will be announced soon.
Please make sure that all performances are related to Black History. Audition dates will be announced. For more information, you may contact Ms. Amber Moore at 252-862- 1262.
The LRC Celebrates the Holidays
The LRC staff was extremely happy to be a part of the Winter Read and Treat, Tuesday, December 8, 2015. The A.L.E.C. club had agreed to participate in reading to the children for the Read and Treat but due to a two-hour delay because of fog not all the A.L.E.C. members could be present for the Read and Treat event. The library staff stepped in and helped Mrs. Wiggins prepare for the children from area Daycares to arrive for the Read and Treat. There were around fifteen (15) children in all. Dean Mitchell, Mrs. Burkett, Mrs. Gatling and Ms. Moore helped choose music and videos for the children.
Ms. Moore read “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” to the children. Two A.L.E.C. club members (Lydia Murphy and Elysha Pace) played the Grinch. They met, greeted and gave candy to the children along with Santa. Mrs. Burkett came up with a very creative face mask for the A.L.E.C. club members to wear as the Grinch. The LRC staff also helped decorated the Library for the holiday season. Seeing the childrens faces meeting the Grinch and Santa Claus was pure delight! LRC Staff and the A.L.E.C. club would like to wish everyone a joyous and happy holiday season.
October 1, 2015
October 29, 2015
The A.L.E.C. Performance:
"Robert's Story" of The Three Little Pigs". October is Anti-Bullying Month.
On October 29, 2015, the A.L.E.C. club did an anti-bullying performance based off of the classical book version of the "Three Little Pigs" for the "Read and Treat" event for R-CCC.
October 29, 2015
Special Treat in the Library
Once the play ended Mrs. Burkett walked the children over to the library from the auditorium and Mrs. Gatling welcomed the children to the library and passed out treat bags to everyone.
R-CCC Library: Mrs. Gatling's Creations
Display: R-CCC Student Service Center