Rector Science Building dedication…

Thursday, the Rector Science Building was officially dedicated on the Rangely campus of Colorado Northwestern Community College. The ribbon cutting offered a twist. Peggy Rector said CNCC President Russell George gave the job of a “scientific ribbon cutting” to Dr. Jay, CNCC’s “Science Guy.” Jay didn’t need scissors, just sugar and oxygen, and when the flame and smoke cleared, the ribbon was gone. About 220 people attended the barbecue and dedication. Speakers spoke of how important teamwork is in getting a task such as this building renovation done, and Rector said that if it wasn’t for the taxpayers, it wouldn’t have been possible.
Thursday, the Rector Science Building was officially dedicated on the Rangely campus of Colorado Northwestern Community College. The ribbon cutting offered a twist. Peggy Rector said CNCC President Russell George gave the job of a “scientific ribbon cutting” to Dr. Jay, CNCC’s “Science Guy.”  Jay didn’t need scissors, just sugar and oxygen, and when the flame and smoke cleared, the ribbon was gone. About 220 people attended the barbecue and dedication. Speakers spoke of how important teamwork is in getting a task such as this building renovation done, and Rector said that if it wasn’t for the taxpayers, it wouldn’t have been possible.
Thursday, the Rector Science Building was officially dedicated on the Rangely campus of Colorado Northwestern Community College. The ribbon cutting offered a twist. Peggy Rector said CNCC President Russell George gave the job of a “scientific ribbon cutting” to Dr. Jay, CNCC’s “Science Guy.” Jay didn’t need scissors, just sugar and oxygen, and when the flame and smoke cleared, the ribbon was gone. About 220 people attended the barbecue and dedication. Speakers spoke of how important teamwork is in getting a task such as this building renovation done, and Rector said that if it wasn’t for the taxpayers, it wouldn’t have been possible.