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Aspen Matthews: CNCC is excellent community partner

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The Moffat County United Way Bridges Out of Poverty program hosted a holiday party for more than 30 graduates of the Getting Ahead program in the Ceramics Studio at CNCC. Goals of the event included giving people experiencing poverty the opportunity to do something they may have never done before, participating in a fun family activity, because many graduates want to spend more time with their children, and making people living in poverty feel welcome at college. The CNCC faculty, staff and students went above and beyond in making those goals a reality. The graduates got to experience a true ceramics lesson, create their own pieces and make memories this holiday season to last a lifetime. We are so proud to continue our partnership with such a positive resource in our community.

Aspen MatthewsAspen Matthews

Aspen Matthews

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