CNCC Foundation Dinner…

Peggy Rector, left, long a staunch supporter and active board member at Colorado Northwestern Community College, presents CNCC President Russell George with a plaque of appreciation for all the good that Russell has done for the college since he began service as president in 2011. George has announced that he will be retiring before the year is out.

CNCC Business of the Year…

During the Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation Dinner on Saturday night, held to raise funds for scholarships, CNCC President Russell George, left, presented Chris England, right, with the plaque for Business of the Year to Rangely True Value Hardware. England was representing True Value owner Roger Polley, who is on the board of CNCC.

CNCC Person of the Year…

Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation Board member Sam Tolley, left, thanks and congratulates CNCC President Russell George, right, on his service to the college at the CNCC Foundation’s annual dinner on Saturday. Moments later, George named Tolley the CNCC Person of the Year for all his help.

Deserado donation…

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Deserado Mine donated $2,000 to the Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation on Saturday night at the CNCC annual Foundation Dinner. The money is earmarked for scholarships at the college. From left to right are: CNCC Foundation Board member and scholarship committee chairman Sam Tolley; Foundation Board President Ann Brady; longtime board member Peggy Rector; Jeff […]

Chevron donation…

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Chevron presented a $20,000 check to the Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation on Saturday night for the college scholarship fund. With the check are, from left: CNCC Foundation member and scholarship committee chairman Sam Tolley; longtime board member Peggy Rector, Cary Baird of Chevron; Foundation Board Chairman Ann Brady; Marques Jones of Chevron; and CNCC […]

CNCC dinner…

RANGELY I The annual Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation Scholarship Fund-Raising Dinner and Dance will be held Saturday evening in the Colorado Room on the Rangely Campus. Live and silent auctions will be held, and live music will be featured for the dance. Tickets to the event are $50 per person or $275 for a […]

CNCC Foundation Dinner set for April 9

RANGELY I The annual Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation Scholarship Fundraising Dinner and Dance will be held April 9 in the Colorado Room on the Rangely Campus.

CNCC Foundation Dinner succeeds at raising big scholarship funds

CNCC President Russell George, left, is seen here thanking CNCC Foundation Dinner emcee, CNCC Foundation Board member and Rangely Junior College Board Member Sam Tolley and Mayor Frank Huitt for creating the Rangely Community Scholarship Fund with $500 donations each and challenging the audience to join them by adding to the fund. It grew to more than $4,000 by the end of the evening.

RANGELY I ­The Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) Foundation held its 11th annual Foundation Dinner Dance on Saturday in the Weiss Colorado Room, and the gathering was a sweeping success toward gathering scholarship funds from those in attendance.

10th annual CNCC Foundation Dinner and Dance

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Cary Baird, left, the community engagement specialist for Chevron, presents a check for $25,000 to Peggy Rector, president of the Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation, left, and CNCC President Russell George, right, during the 10th Annual CNCC Foundation Dinner on Saturday night at CNCC. The check, dinner tickets and prolific bidders in the silent and […]

CNCC Foundation dinner…

RANGELY | The Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation will hold its annual dinner dance Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Weiss Colorado Room on the Rangely campus.

CNCC Foundation Dinner…

RANGELY | The Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation will host its annual dinner dance March 29 at 6 p.m. in the Weiss Colorado Room on the Rangely campus.

CNCC Foundation Dinner raises more than $39,000

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Roughly 170 persons attended the annual Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation fundraising dinner Saturday at the Weiss Activities Center on campus.