PHENIX CITY, AL— Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC) is seeking nominations for the Hall of Fame Class of 2023. The awards recognize individuals who, through their exceptional work and achievements, have made significant contributions to their professions, communities, and CVCC. These nominees who embody the highest standards of excellence will be recognized by the Chattahoochee Valley Community College Foundation.
CVCC is proud to honor those who have contributed to its success. For nearly 50 years, the College has been the community’s open-access college. Students from all walks of life attend CVCC and become public safety officers, educators, medical professionals, leaders in media, innovators, and a variety of professionals serving the community. An evening to celebrate our 2023 Hall of Fame inductees is set for March 9, 2023.
The Hall of Fame has raised $522,088 in scholarships over the past nine years. Sponsorship opportunities are available now.
In March of 2022, the College was pleased to recognize Loretta Rosanne Cobb, owner of Columbus Creative Printing and More, as Distinguished Athlete; 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.
CVCC is eagerly seeking the nominations of individuals to join this distinguished list of inductees. Criteria and nomination forms in the categories of Service, Alumni, and Athletics can be found at cv.edu. The nomination deadline is September 30.
Note: Picture Attached – 2022 Hall of Fame Honorees Dr. Brenda Coley, Superintendent of Russell County School District, Distinguished Service; President Jackie Screws, CVCC; Mike Bunn, Director of Historic Blakeley State Park in Spanish Fort, Distinguished Alumni; Loretta Rosanne Cobb, owner of Columbus Creative Printing and More, Distinguished Athlete, pose for a photo at the conclusion of the 2022 event.