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Fall 2012 M More than 655 students from Kindergarten through 12th grade participated in 63 different classes this summer in BRCC’s flagship summer youth program, Learning Can Be Fun. Learning Can Be Fun offers a hands-on approach to many topics, including art, outdoor adventures, fishing, ecology, sports, theater, creative writing, veterinary technology, and robotics, just to name a few. The BRCC Educational Foundation thanks McDonald’s APB Management and the Rudy Tucker family for supporting the Learning Can Be Fun program by providing scholarships to students. 23 students received financial need-based scholarships to attend Learning Can Be Fun this summer. McDonald’s APB Management BRCC Educational Foundation Board Chair Debra S. Callison Vice-Chair Thomas C. Mendez Secretary John A. Downey Treasurer Robert S. Baldygo John S. Barret Tony E. Biller Alphonso P. Boxley III Gregory W. Campbell Stephen W. Claffey Laura Lee Conklin Denise E. (D.D.) Dawson Lawrence H. Hoover Jr. Nancy Hulings Carl G. Lind Martha Livick Mary N. Mannix John L. Matherly Mary McDermott Stacey D. Strawn Steven E. Stroop Don (Robin) Sullenberger III Alan J. Sweet Travis J. Tysinger Cynthia Weidner Cathleen P. Welsh Community Link is an official publication of the Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation. It is distributed to friends in the Shenandoah Valley, as well as BRCC faculty and staff, and is published quarterly by the Development Office, Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, VA 24486. If you have any questions or comments regarding this publication, please contact Angie Glenn, Development Services Coordinator, at (540) 453-2307 or Check out additional articles at

Community Link Fall 2012

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