SCC MAKES HISTORY, OPENS NEW FELLOWSHIP CENTER

SCC MAKES HISTORY, OPENS NEW FELLOWSHIP CENTER

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MIDSAYAP, COTABATO— It was like the rebirth of Southern Christian College. The spirit was euphoric, everybody was happy.In the event of the 65th Foundation Anniversary of SCC, no less than the Governor of the Province Emmylou “Lala” Taliño-Mendoza, members of the academic community, invited friends and partners and excited alumni gather and altogether celebrated the most awaited opening of the new SCC Fellowship Center Wednesday, October 1.Welcome to the fellowship center

As the celebration of the foundation anniversary kicked- off, SCC was in high spirits to enter for the first time inside the newly built gymnasium.

“Now we are seeing everything in reality, I now therefore welcome you to the new SCC Fellowship Center” this was the welcome message of the President as shown in the audio-video presentation featured in the program.

More than 1,000 spectators were present to witness the momentous event.

In her message, Governor Taliño-Mendoza congratulated Southern Christian College in her celebration of her 65 years of existence. Mendoza emphasized the value of partnership between SCC and the Provincial Government.

The Provincial Government has long been a partner of SCC. In this year’s celebration, the provincial medical and dental team partnered with the College of Allied Health Services and for the medical mission.

The building of the new gymnasium started on February 3, 2014. The estimated cost in building the fellowship center amounted to almost Php 12, 000,000, the president said.

dedicated hard work and engineering

For more than 23 years, the old gymnasium, also called the Civic Center, has been home to the school’s biggest activities. However as times pass by, the Civic Center faced many challenges in terms of its capacity to cater to the rising needs of the students. For recent years, more and more students can no longer be accommodated due to its physical limitations.

Many also considered that while it was a conducive venue for SCC activities during the time it was built, its conditions made it obsolete and unresponsive to the growing demands for venue to hold the school’s big activities.

In February 2014, the building of the new gymnasium commenced and after eight months of dedicated hard work and engineering, the SCC Fellowship Center will finally be opened for the ommunity on October 1, 2014 at 9:00 in the morning.

The opening also highlighted a fellowship service led by the College Chaplain. A production and ecumenical show was also part of the celebration. (scc-mpcd-jkballentes)


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