Posted June 29, 2018
Lorain County Community College is well represented in puLse Magazine’s 2018 Best of Lorain County competition with nominees in six categories. Spitzer Conference Center, Stocker Arts Center Hoke Theatre, the Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery, Chef Chase Wilcox of the LCCC Culinary Arts Institute, The Children’s Learning Center and Commodore Books & More were nominated in their respective categories. The final vote will take place during the Best of Lorain County party with the winners for each category revealed in the fall issue of puLse.
“LCCC is proud to not only provide the community with quality education for people with varying needs and goals, but to manage some of the best supporting organizations that provide much-needed services for the community from childcare, to the performing arts, to hosting conferences and dining, to meeting important community needs,” said LCCC President Marcia J. Ballinger, Ph.D.
Spitzer Conference Center acts as Northeast Ohio’s destination for special events and celebrations, while globally trained Chef Wilcox creates crowd-pleasing culinary delights. In addition, The Children’s Learning Center supports the community with high-quality childcare while Commodore Books & More provides the public with quick access to an Apple Authorized store and technology repair services.
“Each of these supportive facilities and people play a vital role in LCCC and beyond. More than a million people have visited Stocker Arts Center in its more than 37-year history of sharing professional shows with the public including international musicians and Tony-winning actors, in addition to its compelling ever-changing art gallery,” Ballinger said.
The annual Best of Lorain County party is from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11 at Spitzer Conference Center, Norton Culinary Arts Center and Stocker Arts Center. At the event, guests will enjoy food and drinks from more than 60 Best of Lorain County finalists, live entertainment and more.
For more information and to purchase tickets for the event, visit pulselorainmag.com. Parking on campus is free.