WHERE DO LIFETIME QUESTERS GO?

Where do Lifetime Quest travelers go?

 Lifetime Quest, a Learning in Retirement Center, offers many travel opportunities throughout the year, day trips as well as overnight trips. Since 1980, MCC has sponsored travel programs for its alumni and friends. With the inauguration of the Lifetime Quest program in 1995, and under its sponsorship, the travel program has grown to include each year.

 Recent travel opportunities have included day trips to The National D-Day Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Mercedes Benz manufacturing plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and the John C. Stennis Space Center in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, to see Paula Dean LIVE in Jackson…and shopping at the Summit and a play, Little Women in Birmingham. Overnighters to New Orleans, Louisiana, to see the musical Ragtime, and to the Grand Hotel in Point Clear, Alabama, are among some favorites.

Lifetime Quest members also have first notification of trips planned by MCC Foundation Travel. Travel all over the country…North Carolina, New York, Italy, Alaska… and we’re just getting started.  Travel packages are offered to Lifetime Quest members at a discounted price, usually 10 to 20 percent off the full price.

Want to know more about our travel plans? Simply call the Lifetime Quest office in Hardin Hall. Our numbers are 601-484-8696 or 1-800-MCC-THE-1, extension 696, or E-mail Lifetime Quest Coordinator Leia Hill at lhill@meridiancc.edu.

 

 

 

 

connect.jpg

  • disability.jpg
  • handicap
  • C:\fakepath\handi4.jpg
  • Deaf
  • handicap

Calendar