Ron Eakes Attended DCCC After Studying At South Western Heights School
Ron Eakes was born in western Kansas and resided at a farm. Kansas is situated in the midwestern part of the US.
It is also counted amongst the most productive states in United States that produces sunflower and wheat as main crops.
This state is ranked 15th largest state in the US and the capital city of Kansas is Topeka.
Ron attended South Western Heights School and in 1977, he graduated from this school. In 1979, he attained a degree from Dodge City Community college.
Dodge City Community College is known as one of the most recognized colleges in Kansas. ď Ź
The college, also abbreviated as DCCC or DC3, was founded in 1935 and is also one of the oldest colleges in the region. ď Ź
The Kansas state has gained an amazing reputation in the sports world as the students participate in numerous intercollegiate sports events including baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, volleyball, softball, and more. ď Ź
The college provides degree programs in a great number of academic fields such as applied sciences, arts, nursing, etc. ď Ź
The athletics team of DC3 is called Conqs or Conquistador and the college is proud of its own team of cheerleaders. ď Ź
Ron Eakes also did an extensive Dale Carnegie Course, which is a learn-by-doing course developed by Dale Breckenridge Carnegie.
Carnegie was a well-renowned lecturer and writer, who wrote an assortment of self-help books and created highly effective self-improvement courses to enhance the personality.
This course strengthens the skills, builds up selfconfidence, improves communication skills, and develops leadership qualities.
This course also improves the attitude and helps in decreasing the stress.
Ron Eakes is an active member of Lion's Club, school board and multitude of other community services and organizations.
Some of the most non-profit organizations are American cancer Society, Church Council, Save the Children, etc.
Whenever he gets free time, he likes to involve himself in traveling and do charity work.