CNCC holds foundation board retreat |

CNCC holds foundation board retreat

Becky Dubbert/For the Saturday Morning Press
Left to right, Foundation Treasurer Karol Bullen; Foundation Secretary Diane Sizemore; Foundation Chair Ann Brady; “at large” members, David Cole and Ray Beck; and center row, out going Chair Peggy Rector.
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The Annual CNCC Foundation Board Retreat wrapped up on Sept. 27 on the CNCC Rangely Campus.

On Sept. 26, the board gave the CNCC Foundation Board, the Rangely Junior College District Board of Trustees, the Moffat County Affiliated Junior College District Board of Control and the CNCC Advisory Council the opportunity to meet for a business meeting to substitute their monthly meeting for September if needed. The CNCC Advisory Council took advantage of the opportunity and wrapped up some old and new business.

On Sept. 27, the annual meeting took place involving the election of new officers, as well as the two new “at large” board members. It was also the opportunity to show great appreciation and gratitude to out-going Foundation Board Chair Peggy Rector for her many years of service to the college as board chair. Although a new chair Ann Brady has taken the reigns the CNCC Foundation Board, Rector’s presence will continue on the Board as an ex-officio member.

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