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A N N U A L
R E P O R T
C O L L A B O R A T I O N
I N N O V A T I O N
I M P A C T
Laura B. Leatherwood, Ed.D. President
Our mission is to provide quality education and training opportunities that support student learning, enhance student advancement and success, and meet the workforce needs of our community.
I am pleased to introduce the 2016-2017 Blue Ridge Community College and Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation Annual Report, which highlights initiatives, activities, achievements, collaborations, and other news of the past year. I hope you find the dedication, accomplishments, and positive energy reflected on these pages inspiring. Our faculty, staff, students, and donors are impressive, as are the partnerships that have been developed between the College and local organizations. As you know, the accomplishments of the last year are a direct reflection of the leadership of my predecessor, Dr. Molly A. Parkhill. Her steadfast commitment to student success and developing innovative partnerships shows up on every page of this report. When I became president on July 1st of this year, it was evident to me that our faculty and staff are one of the best in the state and are carrying on important work every day. Their enthusiasm and hard work have made BRCC a vital county resource and one of the most highly regarded community colleges in North Carolina. I am passionate about the Blue Ridge Community College mission and I am committed to our role in advancing a more educated and trained workforce for Henderson and Transylvania Counties. As a former community college student, faculty member and vice president, I understand the challenges many of our students face when trying to further their education. My goal as Blue Ridge Community College president is to use my experience to ensure more students not only enter college, but also complete college. Very simply put, my vision is all about fulfilling dreams. I am proud to lead an institution that has been part of the fabric of this community for almost 50 years and that has touched hundreds of thousands of lives. The success of Blue Ridge Community College is tied closely to the support of our county, community, students, alumni, and donors who have enriched our campus. I hope you share my pride in all thatâ€™s been accomplished and an excitement for what is to come. I appreciate your continued support.
Laura B. Leatherwood, Ed.D., President
AT - A - G L A N C E S TAT S F O R
C U R R I C U LU M S T U D E N TS
with an average age of
CONTINUING E D U C AT I O N STUDENTS
NCWORKS CAREER CENTER
2,881 individuals used career
services at the NCWorks Career Center in Henderson County;
1,220 individuals used career
services at the NCWorks Career Center in Transylvania County.
1,720 - 78% Hispanic
233 - 11%
95 - 4%
1,452 - 66%
401 - 18%
304 - 14%
32 - 1% 187 Full-time Faculty............. 82 Full-time Staff............. 105
E M P L OY E E S :
122 - 6%
BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR John C. McCormick, Jr., Chair Susan H. Robinson Andrew Riddle Richard "Duke" Woodhull, Jr. 4
Other NC Counties
APPOINTED BY HENDERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Chip Gould, Vice Chair Bill Ramsey Andrew Tate Kelly Leonard
45 - 2% Serving July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 APPOINTED BY TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Jeremy Gibbs Josh Hallingse
APPOINTED BY HENDERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Mark Morse Kohlyn Flynn Betty Gash Patricia Jones
S T R AT E G I C P L A N 2 0 1 4 - 2 0 2 0 Increase STUDENT ACCESS to quality education and training opportunities. 1. Provide flexible course scheduling options 2. Improve accessibility to training for business and industry 3. Expand course offerings where a community need exists 4. Expand the number of programs offered completely online Improve STUDENT SUCCESS in all levels of course completion and degree attainment. 1. Promote effective and comprehensive advising
Approved September 9, 2013; Effective November 21, 2013; Updated March 21, 2016.
2. Emphasize success in developmental education 3. Increase retention, completion, and goal attainment 4. Ensure preparedness for online learning opportunities 5. Prepare students for successful transition to four-year colleges and universities 6. Monitor student progress and proactively provide support for early intervention Develop a TRAINED WORKFORCE that meets the current skills gaps in business and industry 1. Integrate workplace skills into College courses
2. Increase the number of learning opportunities outside of the classroom 3. Upgrade classroom and lab equipment to meet industry standards 4. Expand the opportunities for students to attain industryrecognized credentials 5. Actively respond to the training needs of business and industry 6. Increase opportunities for career exploration and progression for students 7. Establish benchmarks to measure job placement and increased wage earnings of our students and set goals for improvement
B LU E R I D G E C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E
S TAT E M E N T O F R E V E N U E & E X P E N S E S
REVENUES: State Aid.......................................................11,091,340 Student Tuition and Fees...............................2,118,581 County Appropriations.................................3,026,621 Noncapital Contracts, Gifts and Grants.......4,794,876 Capital Aid and Grants..................................9,500,391 Sales and Services.............................................. 229,618 Other Revenues................................................ 406,870
E X PE N S E S : Instruction.....................................................9,858,683 Research...............................................................20,894 Public Service & Academic Support.............2,001,232 Student Services.............................................1,544,110 Institutional Support.....................................3,800,125 Operations and Maintenance........................2,896,276 Student Financial Aid....................................2,266,980 Auxiliary Enterprises......................................... 469,366 Depreciation..................................................1,401,331
Total Revenues....................................... 31,168,297
Total Expenses....................................... 24,258,997
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2017
SAMTEC (Southeastern Advanced Molding Technology Education Center) Through a joint partnership with GF Linamar, GoldenLEAF Foundation, North Carolina Community College System, and Henderson County, Blue Ridge Community College opened its new SAMTEC lab located on the Henderson County Campus in May 2017. This innovative job training initiative was first designed to meet the training needs of GF Linamarâ€™s new high-pressure die cast facility and other molding technology training shortfalls. The collaboration between GF Linamar and BRCC will allow for
this specific training to be open to all Die Casters. Once fully operational, SAMTEC will train in High Pressure Die Casting and Plastic Molding disciplines. This venture will provide essential job training for hundreds of students in the region with an average annual salary estimated at $47,000. SAMTEC provides quality workforce training in highpressure die cast of aluminum parts as well as training in the production of plastic molding processes.
Our advanced manufacturing trainings held at local companies in the community were valued at over $2 million.
I N N O VAT I V E H I G H S C H O O L S Innovative High School houses both the Career Academy (formerly the Balfour Education Center) and Early College. In 2017, a new facility was constructed on the Blue Ridge Community College campus. Collectively, it hosts approximately 500 high school students and provides them access to a variety of courses, instructors, and facilities. Being located on BRCC campus provides an ideal environment to a seamless transition from academic experiences to real life job and career opportunities. Both schools have similar visions, but realize their visions from different approaches.
The Career Academy currently offers trade oriented curriculum, such as Automotive, Mechatronics, Business & Finance, and Food Service. Designed for a targeted group of high school students, courses provide direct, hands-on experiences, unavailable in a traditional high school setting. Early College gives many first-generation college students the opportunity to complete high school and college coursework through Blue Ridge Community College. In their time at Early College, students will be able to graduate with both a high school diploma and an associate degree.
G A B B Y ’S S TO RY When Gabby Poeta was in eighth grade at Rugby Middle School, instructors and students from the Henderson County Early College came to talk to her class. At the time, she didn’t know much about the school or what it could offer. Gabby was and is a diligent student who enjoys being challenged both academically and personally. She admits, “I strive to continually improve myself in every way.” She was intrigued by the idea of school where she could not only push herself to work hard but also get a jump on her college career. At first, Gabby was unsure about moving from a large school to a much smaller one. She wasn’t sure what life would be like if she left her friends behind as they moved to West Henderson High School. Ultimately, Gabby decided that reaching her academic goals were more important than anything else. Today, Gabby is a Super Senior at the Early College who will graduate in May with both a high school diploma and Associate in Science Degree. She couldn’t be happier with her decision to attend Early College. Her high school experience has been rich and fulfilling. To her delight, she was able to keep her middle school friends and made new and enduring friendships with her Early College classmates. She has been pushed by her teachers to work harder than she knew she could. With graduation approaching, Gabby hopes to transfer to a four-year university and ultimately pursue a doctorate degree in Molecular Biology. 8
Early College Student
H E A LT H S C I E N C E S C E N T E R Fall 2016 marked a major milestone for BRCC. Through an innovative collaboration with Henderson County, City of Hendersonville, Wingate University and Pardee UNC Health Care, the Health Sciences Center was created. This partnership brings unlimited opportunity to both students and healthcare professionals in our area. The facility, which houses all of BRCCâ€™s healthcare programs, contains smart classrooms, wellequipped simulation laboratories, soft spaces for study, and faculty offices. Though located in downtown Hendersonville, students enrolled at the Transylvania County Campus attend classes via synchronous distance learning. BRCCâ€™s healthcare programs are located on the third floor of the new Health Sciences Center. 10
Chelsa Cannon Nursing Student
C H E L S A’ S S T O R Y “Be the ray of light in someone’s darkness”: this has become Chelsa Cannon’s purpose and mission in her career of nursing. Chelsa is a BRCC Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN) program student now working as a registered nurse at Pardee UNC Health Care. Chelsa knew she didn’t want the traditional college experience when she chose to enroll at BRCC. For less tuition, she would receive an unparalleled educational experience. Spending most of her time attending classes and studying in the Health Sciences Center, she knew quickly that she was right where she needed to be. From the classroom instructors’ “open door” attitude, and hands-on laboratory approach to learning, the experience Chelsa received at BRCC was unrivaled. Why nursing? For Chelsa, it goes back to her childhood when her grandfather’s health sent him on an unexpected trip to the hospital. His nurse was very attentive and informative and went above and beyond the everyday nursing duties, including visiting the hospital on her days off. After her grandfather’s death, his nurse even came to pay respects to the family at the visitation. The dedication and actions of this nurse made a deep impression on Chelsa. 11
R E C O G N I T I O N O F AWA R D S WELLNESS AWA R D BRCC encourages all faculty and staff to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Through her example of a healthy lifestyle and commitment to wellness, Administrative Assistant Victoria Burke earned the 2017 Wellness Award. Victoria participated in an employee healthy lifestyle competition designed by the Wellness Committee to promote and encourage greater interest in long-term healthy lifestyles. She diligently walked on and off campus daily in addition to taking up hiking, yoga and weight lifting. Victoria also participated in several College wellness events and challenges.
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COMMUNITY S E R V I C E AWA R D Cosmetology Instructor Darlene Cope received the 2017 Dr. David W. Sink Jr. Community Service Award in recognition of her exceptional service to the community and for passing on her dedication for community involvement to her students. Some of Cope’s Cosmetology students attended training for the American Cancer Society’s Look Good Feel Better program where they learned how to style wigs and apply makeup to women receiving cancer treatment so that they can feel beautiful again. A student wrote, “This training has taught us how to be more selfless, kind, caring, and generous with our abilities and with the skills that we are learning.” Students also provided monthly haircuts, manicures, and pedicures free of charge to Council on Aging clients.
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The Dr. Eliza B. Graue Extra Mile Award commends an instructor who has in some special way touched the lives of students at BRCC. English instructor Rachel Marsom-Richmond was named the 2017 Dr. Eliza B. Graue Extra Mile Award recipient for her excellence in the classroom and beyond. One student said, “She never gives up on her students and loves teaching. She helps her students reach their goals and dreams.” Another noted that “Her advice and counsel gave me the courage to stay in school and to finish my dreams and goals. If not for her, I would have given up.” Her capabilities and commitment have not gone unnoticed by her colleagues, who recognize Rachel as a highly valued member of the College. 12
D R . M O L LY A . PA R K H I L L
S TA F F P E R S O N O F T H E Y E A R AWA R D Merriam-Webster’s definition for the word “staff” is a supporting rod – a fitting description of what the 2017 Dr. Molly A. Parkhill Staff Person of the Year Awardee, Instructional Designer Patricia Horlick, does every day. Faculty members depend on her technical help with Moodle (BRCC’s online course management system) and for her advice on effectively designing their online course instruction. One faculty member commented, “She gives advice and guidance to nudge faculty toward improving instruction with tact and grace in order to provide a wellunderstood platform to our customers—the students.” Patricia chairs the Achieving the Dream Academic Support Team. Her leadership helped the team successfully identify the most effective ways to provide increased academic support for instructors and students in our online courses. In addition, Patricia will represent the College in the statewide competition for the 2018 North Carolina Community College System Staff Award.
DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM D. KILLIAN
O U T S TA N D I N G T E A C H E R AWA R D English instructor Jennifer Parrack-Rogers, nominated and chosen by her peers, was named the 2017 Dr. and Mrs. William D. Killian Outstanding Teacher Award recipient. She was recognized for her teaching excellence, dedication to students, and for being an amicable coworker. She has helped students increase their global awareness and modeled how to work together across disciplines through the development of a paired course with fellow BRCC instructor Josh Bledsoe. Jennifer is also an academic advisor, who listens and counsels her students to help them to determine their best path. She serves as advisor for the PRiSM Club where she attends meetings, supports their activities, and provides a safe space for students to talk with her. Her example has inspired coworkers to work harder and do more for their students. She is a respected colleague who brings positive energy to the Blue Ridge community. Jennifer will represent BRCC in the statewide competition for the 2018 North Carolina Community College System Excellence in Teaching Award.
1,673 people attended seminars
or conferences held by our Small Business Center last year. There were also 176 jobs created and 51 retained (jobs were able to be kept due to stabilizing a company) as a result of working with our SBC last year.
H E N D O U G H ’ S S T O R Y: Fried chicken and doughnuts: you cannot go wrong with this combination. For Paul and Sarah Klaassen, it all started with the idea of bringing two unlikely indulgences together. Paul had restaurant experience and Sarah the baking expertise but running a business was a little bit daunting… until fate walked in. A few months after HenDough opened, Gary Heisey from the Blue Ridge Community College Small Business Center (SBC) walked into their restaurant. He politely introduced himself and without hesitation said “I’m going to help you.” Slightly skeptical, Paul and Sarah let Gary lead the way in reviewing their business plan, finances, and marketing efforts. In no time at all, HenDough was the latest “must-experience” eatery in town. With Gary’s direction, they entered the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce’s Business Plan Contest and won. Even after Gary retired, he still remained heavily involved in HenDough’s business. Now, not only is HenDough successful and thriving, Paul and Sarah have opened a second restaurant, HVL Donuts, in downtown Hendersonville.
C A I S O Nâ€™S S TO RY Caison Newton, a Light-Duty Diesel/Automotive student at BRCC, competed in the SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference competition in Louisville, KY in June, which showcases some of the nationâ€™s top career and technical education students. Caison competed against 39 other post-secondary students from across the nation in 13 different events in the automotive repair profession. He was tested in a wide variety of areas ranging from automotive industrial safety, electrical repair and diagnosis, and manual and automatic transmissions. Caison placed high in the competition and is ranked 13th overall in the nation in the Automotive Service Technology post-secondary level of SkillsUSA, proving that our students are career and college ready. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.
M A R K’S S TO RY Mark Rubianes was not destined for a college education; or so he once believed. “It seemed unattainable or not suited for me,” he said. After a four-year enlistment in the Air Force, it took Mark another seven years before he finally decided to pursue a higher education at Blue Ridge Community College. Mark enrolled at BRCC to begin his journey to become an engineer. He studied many challenging subjects like chemistry, biology and physics. Through the instruction he received at BRCC, Mark found inspiration. He excelled academically and was involved in several honor societies. He has received many scholarships and prestigious awards including the largest scholarship in America for transfer students, the Undergraduate Transfer Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship. Mark is one of only 55 selected students to be honored with this scholarship. He transferred to North Carolina State University this year where he is the first in his family to study a scientific field at a major university. “It’s been a challenge striving for academic excellence while working and devoting time to my family. But the accomplishments have been priceless,” Mark stated. Through the guidance and encouragement he received from BRCC faculty, and superior course studies, Mark has exceeded his own expectations. He looks forward to a bright future.
U.S. Air Force Veteran BRCC Graduate
PH I L L I P’S S TO RY Phillip Blanton had an established career in banking, financial planning and insurance for most of his adult life. Phillip moved to Hendersonville with intentions of returning to the banking industry but things never quite fell into place. He decided that it was time for a different direction. He recognized the local brewery business was booming; breweries and wineries were popping up all over the area. The craft brewing industry had always piqued his interest so he researched the Blue Ridge Community College Work-Based Learning Program and Internship. Phillip began taking classes at BRCC that touched on how to brew beer, beer packaging, and even took classes about the computer systems and equipment used in breweries. He was fortunate to work with the owner of Ecusta Brewing to secure his first internship. “I was willing to do anything and everything to learn,” Phillip said of his internship at Ecusta. After he completed his internship, Phillip stayed on board with Ecusta for a second internship. This time, he focused on the “front of the house” responsibilitiesmostly selling beer to restaurants and bars. Phillip will graduate from BRCC in December 2017 and hopes to secure a full-time position with Ecusta Brewing. After that, “the possibilities are endless” in this growing industry. Whether he ends up working at a brewery or decides to open his own, it would not have been possible without the work-based learning program at BRCC.
Phillip Blanton BRCC Student
Last year, 75 BRCC students interned with 66 companies and businesses.
CONNECTING STUDENTS WITH O P P O RT U N I T I E S Kevin Spradlin acts as the liaison between the Transylvania public school system and Blue Ridge Community College. He spends most of his time working with high school students and local businesses, connecting their needs and goals with appropriate college courses and career opportunities. Kevin helps students identify BRCC programs that will enable them to achieve their goals. Kevin loves the idea that he is expanding students’ horizons when it comes to education and career search. “Our typical student may struggle academically in the traditional school setting but they may thrive participating in real life settings and hands-on learning experiences in various industries. It feels great to be a conduit for helping students and their parents know the possibilities for future education and career opportunities.” Since last fall when the Career Coach position was created, there has been an 81% increase in students and a 98% increase in courses. Currently, Transylvania County has 152 high-school students participating in 367 college courses.
BRCC Career Coach
A BRIGHT FUTURE Taylar Harris was never interested in school. After initially dropping out of high school, she found herself at an alternative school. Through the darkness of a personal tragedy, Taylar found new motivation. For the first time, she was ready to focus on her future. Taylar connected with Kevin Spradlin and started taking “College and Career Promise” classes at Blue Ridge Community College. She is currently a full-time student excelling academically and pursuing an Associate in Science degree. She is very involved in the Student Government Association and participates in many philanthropic projects within the community. She plans to transfer to Winston Salem State University where she will work towards a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. Taylar’s goal is to obtain her Masters in Nursing, and eventually start a career as a neo-natal nurse practitioner. Taylar believes that without the education and support she is receiving at BRCC, she would not be where she is today – with hope, and a bright future.
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION YOUR GIFT IS AN OUR STUDENTS,
who benefit from receiving a quality education
INVESTMENT OUR BUSINESS A N D I N D U S T R Y,
which benefit from having an educated workforce
IN THE FUTURE OF: O U R C O M M U N I T Y,
which benefits from the economic stimulus that the College provides.
Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation is an independent entity that exists to support the fundraising priorities of Blue Ridge Community College and provides a high level of accountability to its donors. Under the direction of its volunteer Board of Directors, the Foundation provides philanthropic leadership and support aimed at helping Blue Ridge Community College accomplish its mission.
OUR MISSION The mission of Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation is to aid, strengthen, and further in every proper and useful way the work and services of Blue Ridge Community College and to provide broader educational opportunities to its students, staff, faculty, and to the residents of Henderson and Transylvania Counties.
TA X B E N E F I T S
M AT C H I N G G I F T S
Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation, Inc., is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is considered a public charity under the federal tax laws. Accordingly, gifts to the Foundation qualify for the maximum charitable deductions available by law for income, gift, and estate tax purposes and are not subject to the deduction limits applicable to gifts to private foundations.
Matching gifts can double your donation. Corporations will often match employee or retiree gifts to Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation. Contact your human resources department to determine if your employer offers this program.
TYPES OF FUNDS Unrestricted Funds: Donors who give an unrestricted gift build maximum versatility into their charitable giving. These resources are most useful to Blue Ridge on a daily basis in response to changing needs and opportunities. Donors entrust the Board of Directors to select the most appropriate allocations.
Restricted Funds: A gift may be restricted for a program of study (curriculum or continuing education), library and classroom resources, faculty development, lecture series, opportunities in the arts, innovative grant possibilities, and more.
Scholarship Funds: Scholarship funds assist individuals pursuing educational goals and recognize individual excellence. Donors may specify the criteria for scholarship awards.
Endowment Funds: Choosing to endow your gift with Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation ensures ongoing annual support in perpetuity. This is made possible through income generated annually from your investment of $10,000 or greater. The minimum donation of $10,000 to establish an endowed fund may be paid in one lump sum or over a period of three years.
H OW T O G I V E Gifts of Cash: If you itemize, your outright gifts of cash are fully deductible for federal income tax purposes up to 50% of your adjusted gross income. If you exceed this limitation, the excess may be carried forward for tax purposes for up to five years. Gifts of Stock: Donors giving long-term appreciated stock avoid paying capital gains tax on the increased value of the stock and receive a tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock gift. Such gifts may be deducted up to 30% of your adjusted gross income, with a five-year carry forward. Gifts of Real Estate: If you have owned your home, a vacation home, or a farm for many years, a charitable gift of that real estate may have many tax advantages. If
the property is given to Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation, donors avoid capital gains tax and realize a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the real estate. Gifts of Life Insurance: If you own a life insurance policy that is no longer needed, you can make a taxdeductible gift of the policy to Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation by naming the Foundation as both the owner and beneficiary of the policy. Planned and Life Income Gifts: Please contact the Foundation to learn about the benefits to you and Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation from planned and life income gifts.
E N D OW M E N T F U N D S ( 2 0 1 6 - 2 0 1 7 ) Endowments may be established with a minimum gift of $10,000 payable in one lump sum or over a period of three years. After an endowed fund has been established, anyone can make additional contributions in any amount to the fund. Unrestricted Endowments provide the financial stability and broad flexibility for addressing immediate priorities and new initiatives at the College. • Joseph Oscar Bell, Jr., and Mary Kellogg Bell • General • Pauline Wintsch Gottier • John C. McCormick, Jr. • The Rindal Program Enrichment Endowments support or enrich programs and services provided by the College. These endowments may support lecture series, symposia, arts, the Library, or unrestricted funds within a program. • Dr. Gamil T. Arida (Arida Arts Symposium) • James S. and Wilma M. Black (equipment, facilities, and supplies) • Building Foundations for Student Academic Success (intervention to address reading, math, and English deficiencies) • Cosgrove Family Library • August E. Kehr and Mary Louise Kehr Lecture Series (horticulture and environmental science) • Dr. and Mrs. L. B. McDonald Nursing Program • James Lee Morton Memorial (fine arts) • Elizabeth F. Nelson Nursing Faculty and Staff Support Endowments create faculty chairs, support professional development funding, and award excellence. • Cosgrove Family Faculty Development • Dr. Eliza B. Graue Extra Mile Award • Dr. and Mrs. William D. Killian Outstanding Teacher Award 26
• Charles J. and Eleanora W. Meloun Faculty Development • Dr. Molly A. Parkhill Staff Person of the Year Award • Pay It Forward Endowed Chair (teaching chair) • Dr. David W. Sink Jr. Community Service Award • John Brooks Williams Endowed Faculty Chair (teaching chair) Work-Study Endowments offer Blue Ridge students work opportunities at the College while pursuing their education. • BRCC Work-Study • Amy Duryee Courtenay Memorial Work-Study • George Coventry Roughgarden Student Work-Study Scholarship Endowments provide financial assistance for students at Blue Ridge Community College based on need, merit, and/or within a specific field of study. • AAUW Brevard • Kathryn Merrell Sinclair Ashpole • Arthur Lockwood Beneventi Memorial • George H. and Lillian R. Berger Fine Arts • Blair-Santiago Family • L. Campbell Boyd • BRCC Unrestricted • James E. and Jo Ann Layne Brittain • Jenny Bee Brittain • Community Ambassador • Ruth H. Crane • Davis, Dills, and Green Family • Emma Fanny Dietrich Memorial • Distinguished Tradesman • Katharine Allen Dutcher Memorial • Don and Diane Emon
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Alan Walter Enloe Memorial* John W. Ewbank Memorial Anne Lacy Roper Gasteiger * The Gerber Foundation Dr. Harvey J. Goehring, Jr., Memorial Karon Goldsmith* Barbara J. Gregory John and Nora A. Gregory Nursing Betty and Emil Hager Emil F. Hager Harris Family Hendersonville Board of Realtors Hendersonville Four Seasons Rotary Club Memorial Hendersonville Lions Vision and Hearing Anna K. Hosmer Memorial Betty Joy Jones Memorial Dr. William D. Killian Leadership Gene Kopf Johnnie Landrum Memorial Beulah Coulter Layne and Arvel Layne Melody Lindsey Phi Theta Kappa Lockwood Healthcare Alice A. Lovin Endowed Nursing James E. Lynch Mayflora C. Major Robert S. Manners Memorial Thomas L. Marshall Memorial Matteson Family McGrady Family Environmental Science George and Anne McGregor
• George and Anne McGregor Allied Health • George McGregor Allied Health • Carol McKenzie-Wilson • Ray and Judith McKenzie-Wilson • Means Sisters • Joseph H. and Barbara T. Meliski • Charles J. and Eleanora W. Meloun • Charles J. and Eleanora W. Meloun GED and Adult High School • Ellen Sinclair Merrell • James Henry Merrell • Philip R. Milroy Memorial • Miracle Whip • Albert M. Moreno, Sr. • Elizabeth F. Nelson Nursing • Violet D. Nemky Nursing • Normac, Inc. • O’Cain Design Group • Kevin and Molly Parkhill • Howard H. Peckham • George W. Phillips • Randa and Emily Pinkston • Prim/Justus Endowed Nursing • Peggy Roper Ray Memorial • Susan Bacon Renson Memorial • Calvin and Louise Ritterson • Annie Lacy Roper Memorial • Edgar Newton Roper Memorial • Elizabeth Ann Roper Memorial • Hubert Jerome Roper Memorial • Justin and Eula Mae Roper Memorial • Laurence Lacy and Lucy Roper, Sr., Memorial
• William and Martha Anderson Roper Memorial • Dorothy Uhl Sawyer Memorial • Alexander F. and Laurinda C. Schenck • Clarence and Frances Schneider • Semashko/Rotary Memorial • Andy Sink Memorial • David W. Sink Sr. and Frances Yow Sink • Corum S. Smith, Jr., and Anne C. Smith • Frank and Hazel Smith • Joe D. and Mary E. Spearman • Joe D. and Sylvia P. Spearman • Jo Ellis Roper Taylor Memorial • R. P. “Bo” Thomas Memorial • Julie Thompson Pay It Forward Scholarship Endowment in Honor of Edna and Norman Guice • Rose A. Vollmar Nursing • Deidre Waters Memorial • Hans and Liselotte R. Wehrheim • Anni Wilinski Horticulture • Carrie Roper Williamson Memorial • Robert and Lois Winter • Dr. Eugene M. Wittman Language and Cultural Immersion • World of Clothing Nursing • Ulysses Wynn • George C. Yehling, Jr., Memorial • A Legacy of Compassion Kathy Young *New in 2016-2017 27
S C H O L A R S H I P F U N D S ( N O N - E N D OW E D ) 2016-2017
An annual scholarship may be established with a gift of $500 or more. Aart and Cora Van Wingerden Horticulture Technology AAUW Hendersonville Abbie Barber Albert S. "Bert" Browning, Jr. Apple Country Antique Engine and Tractor Club, Inc. Applied Music Lessons Benevolent, Patriotic Order of Does #258 Blue Ridge Literacy/Education Blue Ridge Wine and Artisan Cider Festival Bob and Louise Dunlap Memorial Nursing BRCC Educational Foundation General BRCC Workforce Development Brookdale Senior Living, Inc. Bruce Talley Memorial Carl and Jean Schoendorfer Carolina High Country Section 1103 of the American Society for Quality Education City of Hendersonville Connestee Falls Student Continental Automotive Systems Continuing Education Edward C. Wesch Eiler R. Cook Scholarship of the ASF/WCA, Inc. English Family Excellence in Automotive Systems Technology Eugene C. Jones Memorial Fred and Katharine Roper Memorial Garden Club of Hendersonville, Inc., Horticulture Technology
Garden Clubs of Transylvania County GED Graduates Gene Gladin Memorial Gretchen Batra Henderson County Master Gardener Volunteer Henderson County Mechanical and Electrical Association Henderson County Retired School Personnel Hendersonville High School Class of 1948 Herbert C. and Katherine T. Merrell J. Daniel Furr Memorial Jessie M. Kerth Scholarship for Nursing John Christopher “Chris” McGee Memorial John P. and Mary Ann Shepherd Memorial Joseph D. Poli Memorial Judy M. Babb and Scott P. Hertel Kathleen Revel, M.D., Nursing Land O’Sky Candy R. Priest Margaret R. Pardee Hospital Auxiliary Martin Luther King, Jr. Meritor
Milford Shaver Scholarship of the Men’s Garden Club of Asheville
Mills River National Technical Honor Society Ned H. Barnett Machinist Nielsen Opening Doors for Women Patsy Farmer Jones Paul M and Betty T Parsons Memorial PEO Chapter O Pisgah Forest Rotary R. Hugh Lockaby Memorial Richard and Janet Grey Machinist Ruby J. Feagan Memorial Ruby Marie Almert Memorial Russell Ault, Jr., Memorial Sarah Nodurft Memorial The Herman and Shirley Lukoff Tom and Jodie Smith Valley Hill Fire and Rescue Robbie Cramer Western Carolina Manufacturers Association Womansong New Start
IN-KIND GIFTS 12 Bones Smokehouse Advance Auto Parts Ameriflex Anna Utter Esthetics Asheville Tourists Autobell Car Wash B & W Auto Supply, Inc. C & J Plumbing C. Edwards Group, Inc. Cardinal Drive-In Carolina BG Champion Eye Center Collision Repair Education Foundation Continental Automotive Systems, Inc. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Creekside Subs Daddy D's Dickey's Barbecue Pit Employee Assistance Network
Fashion Nails Fitness Factory Flat Rock Pizza Flat Rock Playhouse Haus Heidelberg Hot Dog World I-26 Small Engine Shop Iannucci's Janitzio Jet's Pizza Johnson Controls K&N Engineering, Inc. Kyocera Precision Tools, Inc. LegalShield Margaret R. Pardee Memorial Hospital Mayberry's Soups & Sandwiches Misty Moon Productions Mountain Inn & Suites Mr. Tire Auto Service Center New China Restaurant O'Reilly Auto Parts
Papas & Beer Park Ridge Health Pescado's Burritos Pierce Group Benefits Pisgah Fish Camp Prestige Motors of Asheville, Inc. Regloplas Corporation RockAuto, LLC Sentinel Patriot Club Snap-on Industrial Snap-on Tools State Employees Association of NC State Employees' Credit Union Sun Life Financial T & J Auto Service TCI Products The Fresh Market Two Guys Pizza YMCA of Western North Carolina Yoga and Massage, LLC
Ms. Ruth Birge Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tyrone Brandyburg Mr. Robert E. Cathers Ms. Nancy Chisholm Mr. Alfred C. Denn Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dowdeswell Mr. Stephen Philip Feagin Dr. and Mrs. Kohlan J. Flynn Ms. Tammy Hoffman Ms. Teresa A. Holbert Mr. Joseph A. Johnson, Jr. Mr. Magdi Kassab Dr. W. A. Lampley Mr. David A. Locke Ms. Sharon J. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Reece V. Snyder Mr. Steven E. Spitzer Ms. Ann Arida Talley Mr. Race Vanderdecken Mr. Chuck Wyatt
HONOR & MEMORIAL GIFTS IN HONOR OF Mr. and Mrs. James N. Aguilar Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Davis Ms. Juanita Eldridge Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Gregory Ms. Barbara J. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory, Jr. Mr. Matthew B. Gregory Mr. Stephen R. Gregory Dr. Virginia Lee Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hanson Mr. David Jones Ms. Dana Schneider Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. D. Hugh Kinsey
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hugh Kinsey, Jr. Dr. Molly A. Parkhill Ms. Ruth Powers Ms. Grace M. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Schneider Ms. Dawn Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Corum S. Smith, Jr.
IN MEMORY OF Mr. Russell Ault, Jr. Mr. Edward Barry Ms. Mary Kellogg Bell Mr. John C. Clay Mr. Fate English Ms. Kathryn Galvin Ms. Inez Gasperson Ms. Edna Guice Mr. Edwin E. Hightower Ms. Anna K. Hosmer Mr. Carroll G. Hughes, III Mr. Thomas D. Hunter, III Mr. Douglas H. Jenkins Ms. Mary Beatrice Knopp
Mr. Ronald C. Lavery Mr. Theron L. Maybin, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. McDonald Mrs. Joy McGill Mr. Matthew Mullinax Mrs. Joy Richardson Mr. and Mrs. John P. Shepherd Ms. Phyllis Stout Mr. Bobby Sumwalt Mr. Bruce Talley Mr. Carroll E. Titemore Ms. Deidre Waters Mrs. Kathy Young Ms. Teresa Zinselmeyer
Sharon Suess and Ben Hardy, 2016-2017 Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign Co-Chairs
FA C U LT Y A N D S TA F F
G I V I N G C A M PA I G N
The 2016 Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign surpassed all previous records with gifts totaling $31,443.56. English Instructor Ben Hardy and Pay It Forward Endowed Chair Lead Engineering Technology Instructor Sharon Suess served as Campaign co-chairs. “I give because the Foundation creates opportunities for our stakeholders that otherwise may not exist. In my eleven years with BRCC, I’ve repeatedly witnessed the profound impact Foundation contributions have on the education, professional development, and enrichment of our community, our employees, and most importantly, our students.” - Ben Hardy “I feel extremely fortunate to work in higher education and wish to give something back so others can attain their dreams and goals.” - Sharon Suess
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Gifts of $5,000 or more AAUW Brevard Connestee Falls Student Scholarship Program Continental Automotive Systems, Inc. Fitzpatrick Foundation J. Daniel Furr Memorial Scholarship Fund Jean and Carl Schoendorfer Fund Margaret R. Pardee Hospital Auxiliary Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Dan Barber, III Mr. and Mrs. William S. Enloe Mr. and Mrs. Gary Harris Estate of George F. McGregor Mr. and Mrs. Raven Bryan McKenzie-Wilson Molly and Kevin Parkhill Ms. Carol Peim Ms. Ellen C. Perstein Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Santiago Dr. Raymond A. Stone Estate of Elizabeth Ann Warrick Ms. Liselotte R. Wehrheim FOUNDATION CLUB Gifts of $1,000 to $4,999 Anonymous (1) AAUW Hendersonville Apple Country Antique Engine and Tractor Club, Inc. Benevolent, Patriotic Order of Does #258 Blue Ridge Literacy/Education Endowment Fund City of Hendersonville Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program
Garden Club of Hendersonville, Inc. George Coventry Roughgarden Student Loan Fund Trust Gretchen Batra Scholarship Fund Hornets Nest Region Foundation, Inc. Jessie M. Kerth Scholarship for Nursing Fund Land O’Sky Garden Club Margaret R. Pardee Memorial Hospital Men’s Garden Club of Asheville Morgan Stanley GIFT Morris Kaplan Kiwanis Scholarship Fund Murtfeldt Foundation National Technical Honor Society Park Ridge Health PEO Chapter O Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company PFLAG Flat Rock/Hendersonville Pisgah Forest Rotary Club Sentinel Patriot Club Stuart and Carola Cohn Charitable Fund Talmage Charitable Trust The Birthday Club The Herman and Shirley Lukoff Scholarship Fund Trinity Presbyterian Church Valley Hill Fire and Rescue Department Van Wingerden International, Inc. Wells Fargo Matching Gifts Program Womansong of Asheville, Inc. Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert “Jay” Alley Dr. Judy M. Babb Mr. and Mrs. Gerald V. Baysden Mr. Frank Byrd Dr. and Mrs. John L. Crawford, III
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Davis Mr. Chad R. Donnahoo Mr. and Mrs. James T. Elgin Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory, Jr. Mr. Scott P. Hertel Eve B. Hoover, Ph.D. Ms. Olivia Martin Ms. Lisanne Masterson Mr. John C. McCormick, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Earl D. Medlin Mr. Mark J. Morse Mr. William R. Reese Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Rose Mr. and Mrs. James W. Rudisill Mr. Gerald V. Shepherd Dr. and Mrs. Alan H. Stephenson Ms. Julie Thompson Mr. Bedford G. Tomberlin RIDGE SOCIETY Gifts of $500 to $999 Carolina High Country Section 1103 of the American Society for Quality Education Clyde and Doris Groover Endowment Fund Community Foundation of Henderson County Duke Energy FASTSIGNS French Broad Gardeners GE Foundation Globe Treks, Inc. Henderson County Master Gardener Henderson County Retired School Personnel Joseph D. Poli Memorial Fund Morrow Insurance Agency, Inc. Paul M and Betty T Parsons Memorial Endowment Fund Sunnybrook Assisted Living
The John W. (Jack) and Connie T. Claris Memorial Fund Transylvania Garden Club Mr. and Mrs. Terry B. Andersen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bedoian Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Bobb Dr. and Mrs. James E. Brittain Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan R. Conner Ms. Rita D. Conner Mr. and Mrs. Chris English Dr. and Mrs. Kohlan J. Flynn Dr. and Mrs. Roger W. Freed Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Garrett Ms. Katharine Page Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Rosco J. Green, Jr. Mrs. Lee Anna Haney Mr. James A. Hemphill Mrs. Lisa Jones Hill Dr. and Mrs. Donald C. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Mears Mr. George M. Paulison Mrs. Robin Norris Paulison Mr. and Mrs. James F. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. William M. Rowe, III Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Schneider Dr. David W. Sink Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Smith Mrs. Marcia L. Stoneman Ms. Ann Arida Talley Ms. Karen A. Talley Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williford COLLEGE FELLOWS Gifts of $250 to $499 Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community, Inc. Entegra Bank Great Smoky Mountains Region AACA Western North Carolina IBM International Foundation Jennifer J. Rowe Consulting Morgan Stanley
Anonymous (4) Dr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Ayesh Terry and Rita Blythe Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Boyd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Carrano Mr. James W. Duckworth Mr. Paul W. Edwards Mrs. Faith Faw Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gould Dr. Virginia Lee Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hanson Ms. Judith K. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Henson Mr. Don Holder Philip and Jana Hosmer Mr. Jack Igelman Ms. Stephanie Kanupp Mr. Rich Keen Kip and Roberta Keller Mr. and Mrs. D. Hugh Kinsey Mr. and Mrs. Matt Matteson Mr. Clarence T. Oakman, II Mr. C. Allen Powell Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Pressley Mr. Hilliard Staton Ms. Linda J. Stirk Ms. Sharon Suess Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Tate Reverend and Mrs. Lester B. Vier Mrs. Cindy Walker Ms. Myra J. Watkins Mr. Steven Young BLUE RIDGE ADVOCATES Gifts up to $250 AAUW Bridge Group Abbie Barber Fund Blue Ridge Apple Growers Association Books for Good, Inc. BRCC Remembrance Fund Donald I. Roseboro Funeral and Cremation Service Henderson County Chamber of Commerce Henderson County Soil and Water Conservation District Homestead Park
John Christopher “Chris” McGee Memorial Fund League of Women Voters MCC Sacred Journey North Carolina Apple Growers Association Speak Life Community Church Unitarian Universalist Fellowship United Methodist Women Anonymous (18) Mr. Francis A. Aguilar Mr. and Mrs. James Aguilar Mr. Steven J. Aguilar Ms. Katherine C. Allen Ms. Sue M. Banks Mr. Ervin Bazzle Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Beddingfield Mr. Allan Berg Mr. Christopher A. Berg Ms. Ruth Birge Reverend and Mrs. David P. Blackburn Ms. Peggy G. Bloom Ms. Kaye A. Brownlee Ms. Tanya Bryson Ms. Nancy Bulow Ms. Kirsten H. Bunch Mr. and Mrs. Bradley A. Calhoun Mrs. Marsha Casey Mr. and Mrs. Jason Chappell Mr. Robert H. Coggins Mrs. Stephanie J. Cosgrove Mr. and Mrs. David F. Coston Mr. Kevin Crouch Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Darby MSgt. Marlin L. Dixon Mr. Douglas W. Dunlap Ms. Carolyn M. Evans Mrs. Belinda Frantz Dr. and Mrs. William T. Garrison Ms. Betty A. Gash Ms. Mary Caroline Gaylord Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy R. Gibbs Ms. Teresa O. Goldsmith Mrs. Julie Gordon Mr. Hunter Hale Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hallingse Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Hamilton Mr. Ben Hardy
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Hatch Mr. Gary C. Heisey Ms. Jane G. Higdon Dr. Mary Highberger Ms. Stacy L. Hill Ms. Delores A. Hogsed Mrs. Patricia Horlick Mr. Stephen Horlick Ms. Marilyn Kay Houston Ms. Catherine B. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. William N. Jennings Ms. Betty G. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Brian Johnson Mr. Jerry Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel C. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Justus Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Kellogg Mrs. Corinthia B. King Mr. Ben Kish Ms. Deanna Krause Ms. Carolyn R. Lawton Mr. P. Kelly Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Loescher Ms. Carol Ann Lydon Mr. Edward Maglott Ms. Dorothy D. Marlow Mr. and Mrs. James L. Maybin Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Maybin Ms. Theresa S. McCall Mrs. Glenda H. McCarson Mrs. Catherine B. McCraw Mr. Richard G. Merrell Mrs. Jeanne C. Metzger Joseph & Lynde Mickey Ms. Barbara H. Miller Mrs. Glenda R. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Theron E. Mullinax, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Owings, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Parrack-Rogers Ms. Stacey Pedersen Mrs. Sherry Phillips Dr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Pratt Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pryor Mr. William W. Ramsey Mr. Rob Rhodes Mr. Adam Riddle Mr. Andrew B. Riddle Mr. Gary Rivers Ms. Leanne Ruff Mr. William J. Ruff
Mr. Terry Ruscin Mr. and Mrs. James Schenfield Ms. Carla A. Shook Dr. Patricia Ann Skinner Mrs. Gayle K. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Reece V. Snyder Mr. Chris Suttles Ms. Katharine E. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Thompson Mrs. Donna Turner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Walls Mr. Clyde L. Waters, Jr. Mr. James S. Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Whitmire Ms. Connie P. Williams Mrs. Susan D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Candler A. Willis, Jr. Mr. Larry C. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wilson Col. Richard G. Woodhull, Jr. Mr. R. L. Wright, Jr.
G I F T S T H AT M A K E A D I F F E R E N C E Giving to the Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation makes a lasting difference in our community. Our programs train and educate people who make our region safer and stronger and fuel economic development. The Foundation provides financial assistance to students through scholarships, work-study programs, and emergency loans and grants; purchases state-of-the-art equipment for use in classrooms; sponsors faculty development through special projects; enables the College to achieve its institutional effectiveness goals; provides start-up costs for new programs; and solicits monies for other projects on campus. Large or small, every gift matters. There are many different ways that you can give to Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation. You can give an outright gift now or defer a gift and leave a legacy through a planned or life income gift.
WAY S TO G I V E I N C LU D E : • In-Kind Gifts • Tributes and Memorials • Cash • Real Estate • Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds • Planned and Life Income Gifts • Bequest • Charitable Remainder Trust • Retirement Plans (Gifts At Death) • Qualified Charitable Rollovers From IRAs • Charitable Lead Trust • Life Insurance Contact the Foundation to learn more about how your gift can have a lasting impact.
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B LU E R I D G E C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E E D U C AT I O N A L F O U N D AT I O N
B OA R D O F D I R E C TO R S ( S E RV I N G J U LY 1 , 2 0 1 6 TO J U N E 3 0 , 2 0 1 7 )
OFFICERS James W. Rudisill, President C. Donald Holder, Vice President Cindy N. Walker, Secretary Molly A. Parkhill, Asst. Secretary Hilliard Staton, Treasurer Carolyn W. Alley, Assistant Treasurer
Terry Andersen Stephanie J. Cosgrove Chip Gould Russell E. Henson Mark A. Isabelli John C. McCormick, Jr. Catherine McCraw Kaylyn I. Siegmund
Raymond A. Stone Myra J. Watkins S TA F F Ann F. Green, Executive Director Rebecca Blake, Communications Assistant Tammy L. Pryor, Accounting Technician
B LU E R I D G E C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E E D U C AT I O N A L F O U N D AT I O N S TAT E M E N T S O F F I N A N C I A L P O S I T I O N
S TAT E M E N T S O F A C T I V I T I E S
JUNE 30, 2017 AND 2016
JUNE 30, 2017 AND 2016
ASSETS 2017 2016 Current Assets: Cash and equivalents............ $598,790..............$533,708 Promises to give.........................26,430..................29,862 Other receivables..........................3,407.................... 9,695 Asset available-for-sale................15,685..................15,685 Total current assets...................644,312................588,950 Investments ....................... 10,838,405.............9,843,480
P U B L I C S U P P O RT AND REVENUES 2017 201 6 Contributions....................... $983,111..............$691,011 Interest and dividends..............136,358................117,128 Net realized and unrealized gains (losses) on investments..........813,723............. (280,738) Other............................................3,912.................... 5,526
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 2017 2016 Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable.......................$7,266..................... $500 Net Assets: UNRESTRICTED
Undesignated .................... $1,077,014..............$741,489 Board-designated.......................13,959.................... 5,993 Total unrestricted..............1,090,973..............747,482 Temporarily restricted.......... 2,370,939.............1,888,128 Permanently restricted......... 8,013,539.............7,796,320 Total net assets.............. $11,475,451.......$10,431,930 Total liabilities and net assets
Total public support and revenues
E X PE N S E S 2017 201 6 Program Services: Scholarship awards................ $372,214..............$388,571 Other student financial assistance...................................9,564.................... 6,971 Other awards ..........................369,519................370,006 Total program services.............751,297................765,548 Supporting services..................142,286................140,022 Total expenses
Increase (decrease) in net assets....................... 1,043,521............. (372,643) Net assets at beginning of year.............................. 10,431,930...........10,804,573 Net assets at end of year $11,475,451 $10,431,930
A complete copy of these statements is available upon request. Audited by Carter, P.C.
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Published on Oct 27, 2017
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