PHENIX CITY, AL— The Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC) Foundation recently generated more than $100,000 at the annual CVCC Foundation Hall of Fame event. About 250 people gathered at the National Infantry Museum in Columbus, Georgia and enjoyed a night of food, fun, and fellowship for this worthy cause. The night began with a social hour and entertainment by Russell County High School Jazz Band. Attendees enjoyed dinner as they were serenated by the saxophone sounds of Warren Thornton and a beautiful performance by the CVCC Choir Ensemble.
The awards recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to their professions, their communities, and CVCC. These Inductees embody the highest standards of excellence and are recognized by the Chattahoochee Valley Community College Foundation. This year, the College inducted the following individuals: Ms. Loretta Rosanne Cobb, owner of Columbus Creative Printing and More, as Distinguished Athlete; Mr. Mike Bunn, Director of Historic Blakeley State Park in Spanish Fort, as Distinguished Alumni; and Dr. Brenda Coley, Superintendent of Russell County School District, for Distinguished Service.
There were 63 sponsors this year. Money raised is used for scholarships to help students in need. For more information about the Chattahoochee Valley Community College Foundation and how you can support the cause, visit cv.edu or call 334-291-4938.