FIRST RAMS CLUB MEETING ANNOUNCED

Tuesday, February 16th, 2021

SCC is excited to kick-off the first Rams Club meeting in a decade on Monday, February 22 at 6 p.m. in T-Building, room 120.

The Board of Trustees approved the bylaws for the Rams Club at a meeting on Monday, January 25, 2021, allowing the club to move forward with meetings/activities.

The meeting is open to the community. Anyone that is interested in being involved and staying informed in athletics at SCC is encouraged to attend.

“The college has exciting plans for the future of SCC athletics,” said SCC Athletic Director, Karlyn Stephens. “All are welcome.”

*Masks must be worn on campus.

Do you want to join the meeting virtually?

Meeting ID:  948 7849 8656
Passcode:     Booster

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