honored its two past presidents
with a pair of bookend events,
college's two libraries.
MCC's second president, Dr. Evan S.
Dobelle, by naming the library housed
within the F. Bradford Morse Federal
Building on the Lowell campus after
him. The dedication brought his family,
for a Sunday reception inside the
presidents came full circle when the
Bedford Campus Library was named
after MCC's founding president, the
late Dr. James E. Houlihan Jr., during
September's Opening Day celebrations.
MCC's 40th anniversary events.
Current MCC President Carole A.
opportunity to tie the college's past to
its exciting future.
dedication festivities, Dobelle, now the
president of Westfield State University,
attended an afternoon concert. The
performance featured several members
of MCC's Music Department, playing
to a packed house in the Federal
Building Assembly Room, adjacent to
Dr. Evan S. Dobelle, MCC's second president and current President
of Westfield State University.
Treasurer Steven Grossman, MCC President Carole
Cowan, Evan Dobelle and Jim Henderson, chairman
of the MCC Foundation Board of Trustees.
President Carole Cowan looked back at vintage
photos during the festivities.
joined by his son, Harry, and wife, Kit, at the