DMACC Pioneers

Welcome to the DMACC Pioneers website

Established in 1993, the DMACC Pioneers are a group of retired faculty and staff who provide continued service to the College. Reconnect with former employees and remain informed on developments at DMACC – join us for an upcoming program meeting!​

Happy Veterans Day to our DMACC veterans.  

Pioneer Programs for 2019​

January - No monthly meeting

February 21​ - Valentine’s Day Lunch at the Bistro

March 14 - “Did we really look like this?” Picture Identification for the DMACC History Project with Rebecca Funke, Director, Library Resources

April 11 - “Jazz up your Vacation Photos” by Steve Gibbons, DMACC Continuing Education Adjunct Instructor. Get quick tips and techniques for taking better travel photos whether you are using an SLR or cellphone.

May 9 - “This Isn’t Old McDonald’s Farm” - Come visit the DMACC/Dallas County Farm with the DMACC Agribusiness Faculty.

June 13 - Social and Networking Event - Snus Hill Winery, Madrid, Iowa. This will be a late afternoon social from 4:00–6:30 p.m.

July 11 - Blank Children’s Hospital by Alissa McKinney, Senior Director of Development

August 8 - Ronald McDonald House and the DMACC Connection (Tentative)

Pioneer Kick-off - Pioneer Kick-off

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Easy Way to Support Our Students &
the DMACC Pioneer Scholarship

Now you can donate on the web. Just be sure to specify the Pioneer Scholarship fund in your donation information.

Donation Form 




What Have You Been up to Since Leaving us at DMACC?

We would love to hear from you. Send any news to me at: djohnsonathome@aol.com

I promise to include you in the next pioneer connection.




Contact Us

DMACC Pioneers
Phone: 515-964-6868 or 800-362-2127, option 5, ext. 6868
Email: pioneers@dmacc.edu
Address: DMACC Pioneers
2006 S. Ankeny Blvd. Bldg. 22
Ankeny, IA 50023

 

True Sherman 

DMACC in the '60s - This classroom was in DMACC's very first location. This space was a grocery store before we inhabited it, and today is home of the Iowa Christian Academy. The instructor of this class was True Sherman. True is 96-years-old today, and was recently in attendance as we unveiled a plaque at this location to commemorate our beginning.