CNCC lab dedicated to Chevron

From left, Chevron Operations Supervisor Luke Allred, Chevron Community Engagement Specialist Carey Baird, Chevron Area Manager Greg Germani and CNCC President Russ George pose around one of Chevron’s first well sites in Rangely, the Raven A-1 pump jack, which was photographed and professionally prepared for display in the Rector Chevron Chemistry Lab on July 8.

From left, Chevron Operations Supervisor Luke Allred, Chevron Community Engagement Specialist Carey Baird, Chevron Area Manager Greg Germani and CNCC President Russ George pose around one of Chevron’s first well sites in Rangely, the Raven A-1 pump jack, which was photographed and professionally prepared for display in the Rector Chevron Chemistry Lab on July 8.
From left, Chevron Operations Supervisor Luke Allred, Chevron Community Engagement Specialist Carey Baird, Chevron Area Manager Greg Germani and CNCC President Russ George pose around one of Chevron’s first well sites in Rangely, the Raven A-1 pump jack, which was photographed and professionally prepared for display in the Rector Chevron Chemistry Lab on July 8.
RANGELY I CNCC President Russell George hosted several friends of the college and Chevron Area Manager Greg Germani on July 8 in the Rector Arts and Sciences Building for the formal dedication ceremony naming the Rector Chemistry Lab for Chevron.

The entire event was in recognition of the many years of support provided by Chevron to higher education in Rangely at Colorado Northwestern Community College.
Refreshments were served and a short dedication ceremony with the unveiling of signage and art work occurred.
Tours of the new Rector Arts and Sciences Building followed as the event concluded before 10 a.m. Approximately 20 persons attended, including several members of the community and a large portion of the CNCC Rangely staff who were able to meet with Germani.
With great appreciation, CNCC President Russell George stated “I was pleased to have this opportunity to join CNCC friends and neighbors for this important occasion and meet some of the officials from Chevron who traveled to Rangely for this event.”
The hosts were Russell George and the faculty and staff of CNCC.