Cerro Coso Community College

President's Circle Luncheon

Student Brynn Turpin, Cerro Coso President Jill Board, Ridgecrest Regional Hospital CEO Jim Suver, CCCC Foundation member Jan Bennett, and students Cameron Reese and Abigail Voigt pose for a picture during the President’s Circle Luncheon held on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at the college.

The Cerro Coso Community College Foundation’s President’s Circle offers a unique opportunity to join a select group of like-minded people united to make dreams come true for others. On Thursday, October 24, 2019, a small group of people with a common goal joined together in a commitment to support the college and its students. Other members recognized at the luncheon included: Diamond Level – Mather Bros. Inc.; and Platinum Level – Desert Valley’s Federal Credit Union.

“We are truly grateful for your partnership.  As part of the President’s Circle, you share a special place of distinction in shaping the Cerro Coso community through your boundless generosity,” said College President Board. 

Attendees had the opportunity to hear from Phi Theta Kappa student officers about their fundraising efforts for the Relay for Life, developing a legacy to share with future generations, giving students a voice through a new podcast called “Tumbleweed Talks,” and their upcoming Honors in Action project.

Photo Caption: Student Brynn Turpin, Cerro Coso President Jill Board, Ridgecrest Regional Hospital CEO Jim Suver, CCCC Foundation member Jan Bennett, and students Cameron Reese and Abigail Voigt pose for a picture during the President’s Circle Luncheon held on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at the college.

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