YHC students, alumni and Mountain Lions fans will celebrate the home opener of the 2014-2015 basketball season on Nov. 14-15.
The new Student Success Center provides students with a wealth of resources for academic achievement.
The talented group will perform a variety of music written by composers from Italy, Ireland, Hungary, Germany, Arabia and the United States.
Comprised of exceptionally talented students currently studying percussion instruments, the YHC Percussion Ensemble will perform a variety of solo and ensemble literature.
Part of the annual “Fay Harmon Clegg Hoag Concert Series," the Tara Winds will perform on Sunday, Nov. 9.
Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the College attended two special ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremonies on Oct. 23.
Young Harris College recently provided the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds with an industrial-sized cooking kettle.
YHC’s Police Department recently hosted an emergency response preparedness meeting for local law enforcement officers and emergency personnel.
The ensemble is comprised of talented local high school and adult musicians from the local community, and performs traditional band classics as well as entertaining “pop” music.
Activities are scheduled throughout the evening, beginning at 6 p.m. The event is open to the public and promises to be a fun-filled experience for all ages.
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