- Associated Press - Thursday, August 21, 2014

MCCOOK, Neb. (AP) - McCook Community College officials are hoping some community volunteers will show up Saturday to greet new students at Brooks Hall and help them move in for the fall semester.

College Vice President Andy Long says the move-in seems like a great way to start his Friends of the College campaign. Long says he hopes Friends of the College also will be available to help with other events, such as athletic tournaments.

The McCook Daily Gazette says (https://bit.ly/1w8vZR8 ) the college expects Brooks Hall will be full with 140 students this fall. The move-in will be coordinated by Julia Bauer, and volunteers are encouraged to contact her at 308-345-8108.

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