SEE JCC DIFFERENTLY One College • Endless Opportunities
JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2014-2015 President’s Report
a valuable asset A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
David N. Johnson, Ed.D This past year was an exciting time at JCC. The college oﬃcially turned 45 years old in September of 2014. This fall, we celebrated with many special activities like our Donor Appreciation and Scholarship recipient event, a 1969 tribute concert, and a fun Movie on the Lawn for our campus and the Johnston County community on Halloween. We will continue to commemorate the college’s 45 years of success throughout the upcoming year. While our history is very important to our four decades of success, we are also progressive at JCC. A few months ago, we rolled out a new brand with a fresh, new logo and launched a redesigned Web site. We believe this new image and enhanced technology will bring us into the 21st century and allow us to move forward in serving our students, employees, donors, alumni, and the community as we strive to create one college with endless opportunities. This year, we increased our focus on student success. Campus-wide initiatives such as enhanced student orientation and Agree 2 Degree are helping our students achieve their educational goal of receiving a degree, diploma, certiﬁcate, or workplace credential before leaving JCC. We’ve also expanded our health sciences classes and are now oﬀering more nursing assistant and phlebotomy courses at our Cleveland Center in an eﬀort to meet the high demand for these employees in our county. We awarded nearly $650,000 in scholarships, program funds, and grants to students, faculty, and staﬀ this year. We at JCC value our role in our community. We are grateful for the opportunity we’ve had and will continue to have to make Johnston County a better place.
David N. Johnson President
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
FACULTY MEMBER HONORED
Lyn T. Austin, Chair Robert W. Bryant, Jr. Past Vice Chair Durwood Woodall, Current Vice Chair
TRUSTEE CHAIR WINS NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD
DeVan Barbour, IV April Culver Hank W. Daniels Ann Game John G. Hatch Allen Mims, Jr. James Narron Douglas V. Oglesby Haywood A. Watson Eldridge T. Westbrook Durwood Woodall Judy F. Mojica, SGA president and student trustee (2013)
Rudolph Raynor, SGA president and student trustee (2013)
Billy Lassiter, SGA president and student trustee (2014)
Lyn Austin, chair of the Johnston Community College Board of Trustees, received the 2014 Southern Regional Trustee Leadership Award from the Association of Community Colleges. A resident of Clayton, Austin has served as a member of the JCC Board of Trustees for 18 years. She currently serves as chair of the board, a position she has held for 14 years. Her service on the board began in 1996, and she has served tirelessly and faithfully since that time as an appointee by four different governors of the State of North Carolina. Austin also serves on the Executive Board of the North Carolina Association of Community College Trustees (NCACCT) and is the chair of the association for 2014-15. She is also a liaison to the State Board of Community Colleges Policy Committee that makes recommendations to the full board regarding statewide policy issues that impact the colleges. She currently serves on the Community College Program Audit Study Committee of the North Carolina General Assembly, which is charged with determining how program audit procedures may be streamlined to minimize the burden on institutions being audited. Austin also serves every year on the committee that selects the NC community college president of the year and outstanding faculty member of the year. In addition to her community college advocacy, Austin participates in a vast array of civic and volunteer activities. Some of the organizations on which she serves include the Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation, the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, the Women’s Club of Clayton, and the Clayton Chamber of Commerce, which named her Citizen of the Year in 2002. JCC President David Johnson thanked Austin for her tireless advocacy for community colleges. “Lyn has been a steadfast champion for JCC and community colleges across our nation for a long time,” Johnson said. “We are so grateful for her passion and dedication to student success, and she is so deserving of this national honor. JCC is able to change lives every day because of Lyn’s leadership and commitment to high quality, educational opportunities.” The ACCT Association Awards were announced during the ACCT Awards Gala on Friday, October 25, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Illinois.
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what we accomplish
2013-2014 GRANT AWARDS Throughout the year, JCC pursues public, corporate, and private external grants to fulfill the mission of the College. College employees serve as project directors and work with partners in business/industry, community services, economic development, education, and workforce development to increase access and success for our students. JCC received eight awards totaling $500,294 in the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Award
Johnston County Arts Council Grass Roots
Johnston County Arts Council Grass Roots
Our Back Door Arts Engangement in American Communities
National Endowment for the Arts
Multicultural Male Leadership Program
Developing a Lifelong Trade (DALT)
NCCCS (NC Commerce’s NC Back-to-Work Program)
NCWorks Job-Driven Initiative
NCCCS (NC Commerce and U.S. Department of Labor’s National Emergency Grant)
Advanced Welding Certificate
Duke Energy Community College Grant Program
• JCC serves some 14,000 students each year. • JCC employs approximately 300 full-time and 300 part-time faculty and staff. • JCC offers more than 40 curriculum programs of study. • 87% of our transfer students earned a GPA of 2.00 or better aggregated over the fall and spring semesters at the transfer institution. • For the sixth straight year, 100% of our radiography students passed their certification exam on their first attempt. • 96% of our registered nursing students passed their certification exam on their first attempt. • 94% of our basic law enforcement students passed their certification exam on their first attempt. • 94% of our cosmetology students passed their certification exam on their first attempt. STUDENT PROFILE: Average age: 27.5 Female: 66% Male: 34% CLASS PROFILE: Average class size: 16.8 students Student to faculty ratio: 16:1
2013-14 FACTS & FIGURES Revenues: State State Capital Tuition Financial Aid County County Capital Other
$17,639,559 $709,619 $2,766,233 $8,557,508 $3,661,766 $565,601 $3,618,381
Expenses: Instruction Academic Support Student Services Institutional Support Plant Operations Other
$16,080,180 $1,932,891 $2,602,764 $4,801,675 $3,453,468 $8,588,698
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OUTSTANDING STAFFER: WANDA HOWELL Wanda Howell works hard every day to make sure JCC looks spic and span. “I try to keep everything clean for everyone, and I try to put a smile on everybody’s face every morning,” Howell says. Howell is a housekeeper at the College and her meticulous work ethic and dedication to her job are two reasons her colleagues selected her as the recipient of the 2014 Rudolph A. Howell Outstanding Staﬀ Person Award. “I was so shocked when I learned I received the award,” Howell says. “It was such an honor getting it, and I appreciate everybody that voted for me.” Howell, a JCC employee for ﬁve years, is primarily responsible for making sure the busy Wilson Building, which houses the administrative oﬃces, student services, the student lounge, classrooms and computer labs, always looks its best. It’s a challenging and often thankless job, for sure, but Howell never complains and always works with a positive attitude. “I love working here, and I love the people that work here,” she says. Howell received a $1,000 cash award and a reserved parking space on campus for the year. “Wanda is such a great person and one of the hardest working employees at JCC,” said Ken Mitchell, associate vice president of auxiliary services. “She is full of energy and works non-stop. We are so grateful for all she does for the college.”
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MAKING A DIFFERENCE
SHERYL JOHNSON IS JCC’S OUTSTANDING INSTRUCTOR Sheryl Johnson likes to tell her students that no math problem is unsolvable. “Math is a struggle for a lot of students, so I really enjoy helping them, watching them grow, and seeing them become successful,” Johnson says. Johnson’s patience and ability to motivate her students is one reason she’s been named the recipient of the 2014 Earl C. and Doris F. Helms Excellence in Teaching Endowment at JCC. Selected by fellow instructors in the JCC Faculty Association, Johnson received a $1,000 stipend in recognition for her excellence in the classroom. Johnson is the math lab administrator at JCC. A JCC instructor for the past 14 years, she has bachelor degrees in both math and English with a total of 30 years teaching experience in both subjects. “It’s definitely an unusual combination, but it has served me well,” she says. Johnson said her teaching career has been a rewarding experience. “It’s very rewarding when students come back to see you and tell what they’re doing, whether they are working or are at a four-year college,” she says. “It makes you feel good that you’ve had a positive impact on their lives.” In addition to her teaching, Johnson has also been a leader among her peers at the college. She is a former president and current vice president of the JCC Faculty Association, and she has written curriculum and textbooks for college math and English courses. Johnson has also judged senior projects in local high schools, served as director of the Girl Scouts for Johnston County for three years, and is a member of the National Association of Developmental Education (NADE) and the State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC).
Sheryl Johnson helps student Blake Swackhammer with a math problem.
Faculty Association. An educator, a mentor and a leader, she succeeds in the classroom, the workplace, and the community.” Johnson said she appreciated the recognition and vote of confidence from her fellow instructors at JCC. “I really like the close knit environment at JCC,” she says. “I enjoy working with my colleagues, and having relationships that allow us to share and support one another.” Johnson lives in Raleigh. She and her husband have four grown children and three grandchildren.
Instructor Jean Stowers said Johnson is dedicated to education and student performance. “Sheryl is knowledgeable and enthusiastic, and she is always prepared to teach and assist her students,” Stowers said. “With quiet dignity, she also represents her colleagues professionally as an oﬃcer in the
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student achievements JCC MEDICAL OFFICE STUDENT IS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WINNER After 18 years of working in the airline industry, Margaret Raynor decided to retire in 2005. She tried several diﬀerent jobs over the next six years, but she still wasn’t fully satisﬁed. “One day my husband and I were sitting around talking, and he suggested I go back to school and pursue a career in the medical ﬁeld,” Raynor of Smithﬁeld recalled. “At ﬁrst, I didn’t think that was a good idea, because of my age. I was thinking someone my age would have a hard time focusing, concentrating on school work, and just retaining the material.” But after a few months of consideration, Raynor, now 47, enrolled at Johnston Community College in January 2011. It didn’t take long for her to excel in the classroom and become a leader at JCC. And that’s the primary reason why she’s JCC’s 2014 recipient of the Academic Excellence Award. A dean’s list and Phi Theta Kappa student, she is also the treasurer of the Student Government Association, president of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and treasurer of the National Technical Honor Society.
A recent recipient of the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award, Raynor will graduate in May with an associate’s degree in medical oﬃce administration. “I’ve had the pleasure of teaching Margaret as well as interacting with her in other activities on campus,” said Paula Parrish, oﬃce administration instructor. “She has demonstrated hard work and determination through earning her degree as well as leading her fellow classmates.” “She is truly an icon for academic excellence here at JCC,” added medical oﬃce instructor Jean Stowers. At JCC, academic excellence award recipients are nominated by faculty or staﬀ and selected on the basis of selected academic criteria, which are consistent with Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society criteria. Fifty-eight students, one from each community college, received academic excellence awards. Raynor will receive a plaque and medallion at graduation for her accomplishment. Raynor said her success at JCC wouldn’t have been possible without the unwavering support of her husband, Cliﬀord, and adult son, Michael. “I couldn’t have done it without them in my corner,” she said. “JCC has helped bring out the leader in me. “My experience here has taught me how to be more organized and more responsible. I’m learning something new every time I go to class.”
STUDENT AMBASSADORS JCC selects up-and-coming student leaders each year to serve as its prestigious Student Ambassadors. The students receive paid tuition for the year through private monies given to the College Foundation. In return, the Student Ambassadors are involved in a number of Foundation special events and student activities on campus to foster their leadership skills. They also participate in several community service projects during the academic year and assist with several food, toy, and clothing collection drives for needy individuals during the holiday season.
Johnston Community College celebrated its 2014 and 2015 graduates with commencement ceremonies in the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium on the main campus. In May 2014, JCC awarded more than 550 associate degrees and diplomas to students who completed their study in the summer of 2013, fall of 2013, or spring of 2014.
Below, top: JCC’s 2013-14 Student Ambassadors from left starting on the front row are Chloe Peach and Heather Mills; second row, Katie Lee, Megan Raybon, Mario Hobbs, Latifah Nixon, and Emily Wood; third row, Amber Pittman, Catie Bradshaw, Kaitlyn Jackson, Mike Evans, Waylon Ferrell, Gabriela Amador, Heber Lopez, and Kayla Messer. Below, bottom: JCC’s 2014-15 Student Ambassadors are from left top row are Heather Murphy, MaryAnna Byrd, Steven Moore, Brenton Parker, and Colby Boyette; on the front row are Michelle Atkins, Caitlyn Wynn, Megan Chappell, Amber Pittman, and Stephanie Cassidy.
Jackie Ring, chief operating oﬃcer of Johnston Health, Clayton, delivered the commencement address to Monday’s health sciences graduates. Dr. Ingrid Wicker McCree, director of athletics at North Carolina Central University, gave the general commencement speech at Tuesday’s ceremony. Ann Marie Tolar of Benson, who earned an associate degree in arts degree, received the President’s Award for her scholastic achievement and leadership. Latifah Nixon of Princeton, who earned an associate in arts degree, received the Citizenship Award for her leadership and service to fellow students. In May 2015, JCC awarded nearly 600 associate degrees and diplomas to students who completed their study in the summer of 2014, fall of 2014, or spring of 2015.
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beyond the classroom
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS
JCC, CHAMBERS HOST BREAKFAST NETWORKING EVENTS
JCC ALUM SPOTLIGHT: PHILLIP TYLER
Johnston Community College in partnership with the Johnston County Chambers of Commerce hosted the Breakfast before Business in February 2014 and March 2015 on the main campus in Smithfield. Some 150 business and community leaders attended the breakfasts, which were sponsored by First Citizens Bank, Four Oaks Bank, and KS Bank, Dr. Eric Janis of Wake Heart and Vascular of Smithfield, CenturyLink, Golden Corral, and Sleep Inn and Suites. The College recognized Sona BLW Precision Forge, Inc. as the recipient of its Business and Industry Partner Award for 2013. A Selma manufacturer of forged gears and axle components, Sona has contributed to curriculum development and provided job training opportunities for several of JCC’s workforce training programs. At the 2015 event, the College recognized Carolina Comfort Air as the recipient of the Business and Industry Partner Award for 2014. Owner Phillip Tyler took classes in the heating and air conditioning program at JCC, learned the business and built his own company. The business has been a strong supporter of the Foundation and has supplied the program with donated equipment. Thank you Sona and Carolina Comfort Air!
Phillip Tyler, founder of local business Carolina Comfort Air, credits Johnston Community College as the springboard for his business’s success. After taking classes at night while working full time, he has been able to grow his company and bring economic success to the community. To hear more about this success story, visit www.youtube.com/user/ JohnstonCC/videos
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JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE UNVEILS NEW BRAND In September 2014, JCC launched an exciting branding campaign, unveiling a new logo and a redesigned Web site. JCC’s current logo had existed since 1999. Because of the growth and change the college has experienced over the past 15 years, marketing initiated an updated brand for JCC. In the spring of 2013, employees and the community were surveyed about the college’s current brand and asked for their suggestions for improving the college’s image. After gathering presidential input, reviewing the mission, goals, and values of the college, and considering suggestions of JCC employees, the staﬀ at Bouvier-Kelly, a Greensboro marketing ﬁrm, created a new logo mark that speaks to the current personality of JCC. They also reviewed the college’s tag line – One College. Endless Opportunities, which had been used for about four years. After considering the conversations and input from leadership and employees, Bouvier-Kelly saw no reason to change the tagline. It works, it blends with the new logo, and it succinctly tells who we are at JCC. The Johnston Community College brandmark is designed to reﬂect the intentions, goals, and purpose of our College. The shield shape contains a spiral burst of light design that symbolizes vibrancy and new beginnings. As it is held in the shield, the spiral also creates the recognizable shape of the letter J. From the central point in the burst of light, there are many lines that extend outward, just as there are many paths of educational and professional opportunity that begin at JCC. The convergence of these lines also represents the culmination of talent and potential that we, the students, faculty, and staﬀ, bring to JCC. The simple, clean typography and the classic design of the mark reﬂect the sense of pride we wish to convey while also building a contemporary look that can grow with us
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into the future. All of these characteristics inherent to our brandmark are inspirational as we move forward in creating one college with endless opportunities. A brand is more than just a logo. A Web site is an organization’s best marketing tool, so we knew a redesign of our site was a critical element of our new brand. After much research and consideration, about a year ago, we selected OU Campus as our new content management system. OU is user friendly and is used by many colleges and universities across the country. Over the past year, the web governance team and many other JCC employees have been hard at work planning the design and migrating content from the existing site. The new system fosters a team update approach. About 30 content mangers and approvers now have the ability to easily and quickly create, edit, manage, and publish information, photos, and videos. The site has a fresh look and is mobile friendly to better serve our customers. Reorganized navigation and a simple menu structure based on relationships helps current students, future students, alumni and friends, faculty and staﬀ, and the community easily ﬁnd the information they are looking for about the college. A ﬁnal element of the branding campaign was the creation of ﬁve heartfelt testimonial videos of students and alumni. The videos incorporate real stories from real people and speak to the positive impact JCC has made on their lives. JCC is truly one college with endless opportunities.
JCC ALUM SPOTLIGHT: PAMELA TRIPP
JCC CELEBRATES 45 YEARS JCC celebrated 45 years of educational success with activities for employees, students, donors, and the community to commemorate the special anniversary. Employees visited the county’s local high schools with recruitment efforts and participated in volunteer opportunities on campus on the National Day of Service. The College also recognized the dedication of our local public safety employees with a breakfast on campus. The community enjoyed free popcorn and a movie on the lawn featuring the hit film Godzilla. The College Foundation recognized faithful donors and outstanding scholarship recipients during a Donor Appreciation and Scholarship Recipient event. Afterwards, guests enjoyed a 45th Anniversary Tribute Concert in the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium featuring special guests who performed a variety of Billboard hits from the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Pamela Tripp, chief executive oﬃcer of CommWell Health, is a believer in the open-door mission of community colleges. She attributes her professional success in the health care industry to the challenging learning environment and motivating instructors she experienced at Johnston Community College. To hear more about this success story, visit www.youtube.com/user/JohnstonCC/ videos
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JCC community enrichment J C C
P E R F O R M I N G
2014-2015 CONCERT SERIES SPONSORS Presenting Sponsor Zaxby’s of Clayton and Smithﬁeld Actors Guild Donnie and Linda Lassiter Director Sleep Inn & Super 8 Motel Producer Austin’s Tax Center Casey Funeral Home Casey’s Floral and Catering Service First Citizens Bank KS Bank Our State Magazine Parrish Cleaning Service SIA Group, Inc. White Swan BBQ Technical Director Johnston County Visitors Bureau
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A R T S
CMS WHERE STARS GET THEIR START SPONSORS Featured Performer Zaxby’s of Clayton and Smithﬁeld Showcase Band White Swan BBQ Music and More Studio & Promotions Johnston County Visitors Bureau Kenly Drug and Pharmacy, Inc. Music and More Studio & Promotions Back-Up Vocalist Wee School DP Keith Brinson, Farm Bureau Insurance McMillian Insurance Services Stage Manager Allan Pedersen & Anna Edmundson Scott Barefoot Myra Capps Usher Jesse and Kathy Sellers Mel and Merle Crocker Della Sanders Sue S. Staton Sandra Millard Rainbow Vacuums, Pat and David Penny Eugene and Annie Person Wanda and Mike Mourer Jim and Carolyn Best
INSPIRING THE COMMUNITY • Since 2013, JCC Performing Arts hosted 14 Concert Series events. • Neuse Little Theatre, JCC SGA, the Johnston County Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts were partnering organizations on select Concert Series performances. • 2013-14 CMS Where Stars Get Their Start hosted five different shows with a total of 14 performances.
Tim Hawkins continues to keep the audience in stitches with more than 1,900 patrons attending his two shows in April 2014.
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how we sustain success
FOUNDATION BOARD OFFICERS 2014 - 2015 Scott Parrish, President Barry Partlo, President Elect Jody McLeod, Immediate Past President Dr. Pam Harrell , Chair, Innovation Grants & Scholarship Committee Linda Lassiter, Chair, Finance & Investment Committee Dr. Griﬃn David Lockett, Chair, Resource Development Committee Deb Pattison, Chair, Community Relations Committee Donna Steele, Chair, Business, Corporate and Industry Partners Committee Dr. David Johnson, JCC President Twyla Wells, Foundation Executive Director Mike Cross, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Nathan Arnn Jean Barnes Kevin Barnes Steve Bryant Boo Carver Sarai Daniels Kevin Dougherty Dr. Carolyn G. Ennis David Ford Bill Galloway Carol Grooms Charles Hinnant Leslie Holston Dr. Eric M. Janis Christina Jones Patricia Jones Brian Light Jimmy Little Joe Lowry Phyllis Parrish Deb Pattison Jeﬀ Pope Lynn Ragsdale Tim Stevens Jenny Stewart Lisa Sullivan Haywood Watson, JCC trustee
EMERITUS MEMBERS Wallace Ashley Julia Elsee John Hobart Ross Lampe Maggie Moore W.E. Parham Elizabeth Sawrey John Shallcross Sr. Mokie Stancil John Tart Ernie Ward Mary Windley HONORARY MEMBERS Congressman Bob Etheridge Earl Helms Frank Holding Carl Lamm
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FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS DONOR APPRECIATION The JCC Foundation honors its donors and scholarship recipients at a Donor Appreciation and Scholarship Appreciation event each fall. In 2013, approximately 250 scholarship recipients and donors attended a luncheon celebration in the Great Hall of the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium. In 2014, the Foundation recognized faithful donors and outstanding scholarship recipients at an outdoor dinner and 45th anniversary tribute concert in the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium. Since 2013, JCC has awarded over $835,000 in scholarships. NEAL LANCASTER-FOUR OAKS BANK CHARITY CLASSIC Each fall, the JCC Foundation hosts its annual Neal Lancaster-Four Oaks Bank Charity Classic. In October 2013 and 2014, some 60 teams participated in the major college fundraiser at the Country Club of Johnston County. The events raised nearly $140,000 for critical areas of funding such as scholarships, program enhancement, and academic enrichment at JCC. BACK TO CLASS In 2013, Johnston Community College Foundation started a scholarship program, Back to Class, for alumni graduates. Returning students who received a curriculum certiďŹ cate, degree, or diploma or graduated with select JCC continuing education credentials are eligible to take a class through scholarship support to help with retraining or advancement needs. To date, nearly $26,000 has been awarded to more than 200 alumni students.
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TOTAL ASSETS 2013 - 2014 Unrestricted
JCC ALUM SPOTLIGHT: HAROLD KEEN
$178,247 Temporarily Restricted $2,498,775 Permanently Restricted $4,572,957 Total Assets
$7,249,979 TOTAL REVENUES 2013 - 2014 Unrestricted $720,657* Temporarily Restricted $623,836 Permanently Restricted $372,950 Total Revenues
$1,717,443 *Note: Unrestricted revenue includes $564,765 of net assets that were released from restrictions.
Harold Keen, chief executive oﬃcer of KS Bank in Smithﬁeld, says he got a good accounting basis for his career in the banking
PROGRAM SERVICES 2013-2014
industry because of his education Special Purpose $160,699
at Johnston Community College. He
individuals a great start in higher
Institutional Support $50,000
as rigorous as four-year institutions.
Advertising $2,391 Total
believes community colleges give education and the instruction is just To hear more about this success story, visit www.youtube.com/user/ JohnstonCC/videos
$644,206 ** Note: Program Services includes $405,205 of scholarships for 2014-15.
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JCC thanks its supporters FOUNDATION NAMED FUNDS Named Scholarship Endowment Funds Allen and Cissie Wellons Hispanic Scholarship Endowment American Legion, Pou-Parrish Post 132 Scholarship Endowment Annie Batten Lee Scholarship Endowment Benson Lions Club Scholarship Endowment Branch Banking and Trust Company Endowment Burlington Industries Scholarship Endowment Burton W. Sugg and Rose Gordon Sugg Endowment C. Thelbert and Loriene L. Lancaster Family Endowment C. O. Heavner, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Carol B. Arnn Nursing Scholarship Endowment Caroline Connett Memorial Endowment Carolyn Daughtry Beard Scholarship Endowment Charles Thomas Turlington and Charles Thomas “Chuck” Turlington, II Scholarship Endowment Clayton Area Rescue EMS Scholarship Endowment Clinton Jones Family Scholarship Endowment Country Music Showcase Scholarship Endowment David Franklin Arnn, Sr. Scholarship Endowment David O. Proctor Scholarship Endowment Donnie E. and Linda V. Lassiter Student Ambassador Scholarship Endowment Donnye B. Rooks Scholarship Endowment Doris Dunn Williams Scholarship Endowment Dr. A. Curtis and Mary Lee Phillips Scholarship Endowment Dr. Wayne and Bernice Stockdale Scholarship Endowment Dr. William Anderson Finch and Vivian Creech Finch Scholarship Endowment
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E Street Jones, Jr. Scholarship Endowment E Street Jones, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Earl C. and Doris F. Helms Scholarship Endowment Edmund S. and Helen Wood Wellons Scholarship Endowment Edwin A. Dinnsen, Jr. Family Scholarship Endowment Elizabeth Clark Cooper Memorial Scholarship Endowment Elmer J. Wellons, Jr. Family Endowment Elva Fields Jones Scholarship Endowment Emma Jean Adams Sawyer Business & Technology Scholarship Endowment Ernest K. and Maude B. Ward Scholarship Endowment Evander S. and Ethel B. Simpson Scholarship Endowment First Citizens Bank & Trust Scholarship Endowment Floyd C. Price, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Four Oaks Bank and Trust Company Scholarship Endowment Fred Earl Brink Scholarship Endowment Gay Dawson Nursing Scholarship Endowment GlaxoSmithKline Scholarship Endowment Guy C. Lee Scholarship Endowment Haywood P. Rose Memorial Scholarship Endowment Henry Paul Howell Scholarship Endowment Hunter A. Moore Scholarship Endowment J. Harold Lampe Scholarship Endowment J. Harold Talton Scholarship Endowment Jack and Cleo Austin Memorial Scholarship Endowment James A. Jr. and Janice F. Wellons Scholarship Endowment James and Ramona Cash Scholarship Endowment
James Odell and Christine West Jackson Family Endowment Jane Duncan Nursing Assistant Scholarship Endowment Jean Lassiter Jones and John A. Jones, Jr. Student Ambassador Scholarship Endowment Jerry G. Williams Scholarship Endowment Jesse Carlton Moore Endowment John D. and Frances F. Hobart Scholarship Endowment John L. Tart and Marjorie S. Tart Scholarship Endowment John R. Howell, Jr. and Ada Lee Howell Endowment John S. and Marie D. Shallcross Family Memorial Scholarship Endowment John Thomas and Caroline Casey Wells Scholarship Endowment Johnny and Jessie Talton Scholarship Endowment Johnston Community College Faculty and Staff Endowment Joyce and David Lee Scholarship Endowment Kay Carroll Education Scholarship Endowment Kenneth and Patricia Taylor Family Scholarship for U.S. Veterans Kenneth A. Talton, Jr. Memorial Endowment Kenneth “Scotty” Medlin Memorial Scholarship Endowment Lance Oatley Stewart Nursing Scholarship Endowment Laurie Orr Peters Scholarship Endowment Lawrence Thomas Heavner and Maye Campbell Heavner Scholarship Endowment Leigh Krisan Millard Nursing Scholarship Endowment Lewis R. Holding Endowment Lois Allen Stanley Memorial Nursing Scholarship Endowment Loretta Woodard Scholarship Endowment Lorraine Cooper Scholarship Endowment M.J. and Mildred Oliver Endowment M. W. Stancil Family Scholarship Endowment Margaret Lassiter Medlin Scholarship Endowment Margaret McLemore Lee Scholarship Endowment Matt Elmore Endowment Max G. and Lynda D. Creech Scholarship Endowment Melba Watson Woodruff Scholarship Endowment Norma W. and A. Grover Godwin Scholarship Pam Tripp “Women in Leadership” Endowment Endowment Pearl L. and David H. Stephenson Family Endowment Polymer Group, Inc. Scholarship Endowment Progress Energy Scholarship Endowment Ritchie T. and Louise H. Wall Scholarship Endowment Robert Bruce Askew Scholarship Endowment Robert P. Holding, Jr. Scholarship Endowment Robert P. Holding, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Ron McCain Scholarship Endowment Ron Nichols Truck Driver Training Scholarship Endowment Rotary Club of Central Johnston County Scholarship Endowment Rudolph A. Howell and Son Scholarship Endowment SG and Louise Flowers Scholarship Endowment S. H. Stallings, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Sally Wood Creech and William Ayden Creech Scholarship Endowment Sarah Hopkins Bradley Memorial Endowment Scott Williams Memorial Scholarship Endowment Southland Car Club Scholarship Endowment Student Athletic Scholarship Endowment T. Clifford Massengill Scholarship Endowment Thomas Haywood and Phyllis Ellis Parrish Endowment
Tracey Elizabeth Jones Scholarship Endowment Valerie Reed Memorial Scholarship Endowment W. Carroll Stephenson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment Wade H. and Annie P. Stephenson Family Scholarship Endowment Walter B. and Julia S. Elsee Scholarship Endowment William E. Parham Family Scholarship Endowment Named Annual Scholarship Funds Ann and Richard Huckenbeck Annual Scholarship Athletics Scholarship Barbara Anders Hoffman Annual Scholarship Barnes and Noble Book Credit Scholarship Carolina Comfort Air, Inc. Annual Scholarship Chamber Women’s Business Network (CWBN) Scholarship Christopher Sullivan Memorial Scholarship Continuing Education Scholarship CWBN Fund for Continuing Education Daniel and Linda Heckman Memorial Scholarship Diana Davis Annual Scholarship Dixie Dames, Red Hat Society Annual Scholarship EPES Transport Annual Scholarship Dr. Eric and Kendyl Janis Annual Scholarship Freddie Price Memorial Annual Scholarship Gene Haas Foundation Annual Scholarship Grifols (formerly Talecris) Annual Scholarship Hugh A. and Elizabeth T. McGowan Annual Scholarship Information Technology Scholarship Jack Stowers Annual Scholarship Johnston Community College Black History Committee Annual Scholarship Johnston Community College Retirees Association Annual Scholarship Johnston County Arts Council Scholarship Johnston County Farm Bureau FFA Scholarship Johnston County Realtors Scholarship Johnston County Special Education Annual Scholarship Johnston County Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 990 Annual Scholarship Johnston Medical & Surgical Supply Company Annual Scholarship Lawrence L. Rouse Annual Scholarship North Carolina Association of Textile Services, Inc. and United Textile Distribution Annual Scholarship Pearl Ivey Chandler Memorial Scholarship Performing Arts Annual Scholarship Princeton Police Department BLET Scholarship Rotary Club of Central Johnston County Scholars Program Scholarships ShaTarsha N. Williams Memorial Scholarship Smithfield Kiwanis Annual Scholarship The Carl and Marjorie Lamm Annual Scholarship (The Rotary Club of Smithfield) Waste Industries USA, Inc. Scholarship Whitley Early Childhood Annual Scholarship
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July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014
President’s Circle - ($100,000 plus) Robert P. Holding Foundation, Inc. Mr. Kenneth Talton Trustees’ Circle Platinum - ($50,000 – $99,999) JCC (Misc.) Mrs. Jean Jones Trustees’ Circle Gold - ($25,000 - $49,999) Grifols, Corporate Communications Guy C. Lee Mfg. Company, Inc. Lampe & Malphrus Lumber Co. Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc TT Electronics/AB Interconnect Trustee’s Ciricle Silver - ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. and Mrs. James W. Cash Mrs. Julia S. Elsee EPES CARRIERS, Inc. Gene Haas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John G. Lampe Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Lassiter NC Community Foundation, Inc. Rotary Club of Central Johnston County Salem Nationalease Smithﬁeld Manor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Taylor Zaxby’s Foundation Society Partner - ($5,000 - $9,999) Aseptic Training Institute, LLC Brown Brothers Harriman & Co Estes Express Lines, Inc. Four Oaks Bank Dr. and Mrs. Eric M. Janis McMillan, Pate & Company, L.L.P. Novo Nordisk Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Universal Leaf Foundation Wayne Memorial Hospital Foundation Society Associate - ($1,000 - $4,999) 95 & 95, Inc. Andy’s Charitable Foundation, Inc. Anonymous Biggs Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Ms. Mary Frances Bingham Dr. and Mrs. John M. Booker Mr. and Mrs. Jocky Creasy Mrs. Lynda Creech Darryl Evans, Inc. Deacon Jones Auto Group Mr. and Mrs. Mike deSherbinin Down to Earth Garden Club Edwards Food Store
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First Citizens Bank Four Oaks Elementary PTA Grifols Hoﬀman Nursery Institutional Interiors, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. David N. Johnson Jost International Corp. KS Bank Mr. and Mrs. Denton F. Lee Jr. Dr. Hoyt M. Lock Dr. and Mrs. Griﬃn D. Lockett Maggie Holding Charitable Trust Mrs. Jeanette Massengill Mr. Harold Medlin Mr. and Mrs. James W. Narron NC State University NC Trucking Association Ms. Joan Norris Outback Steakhouse Mr. and Mrs. Barry Partlo Mrs. Pattie B. Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Rooks Smithﬁeld Kiwanis Club Smithﬁeld Rotary Club, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steele Mrs. Jean P. Stowers Mr. Tony Streand Jr. Uniﬁ, Inc. Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 990 Waste Industries, USA, Inc. Ms. Twyla Casey Wells Mr. and Mrs. Merton J. Whitley Jr. WMPM 1270 Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Worley Jr. Foundation Society Aﬃliate - ($500 - $999) Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ashley Jr. Austin’s Tax Center Branch Banking and Trust Building Blocks Child Care & Development Center Campbell University Carolina Comfort Air, Inc. Carroll Pharmacy, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cox Mr. and Mrs. Hank W. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Phil Davis Mrs. Pamela J. Earp Dr. Pam and Mr. Ike Harrell Ms. Dewana J. Hartley Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hobart Mr. and Mrs. Scott Holston Horizon Family Medicine, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huckenbeck Mr. and Mrs. Ellis L. Jones JR’s Paint & Body Shop, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jump Mr. Danny Joe Massengill
Dr. and Mrs. Darryl McGraw Meadow School PTA Mr. and Mrs. John Parrish Parrish, Pulleyn & Young Wealth Management, Inc. Polley Clinic of Dermatology Ruby Tuesday - Smithfield Serve the Need in Johnston County, Inc. Southside Virginia Community College Stevens Sausage Company Mrs. Jenny Stewart Mr. Jon D. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Tharrington Triangle Insurance Group, Inc. Mr. Larry Walker Mr. and Mrs. Donald Warren Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge T. Westbrook White Swan Barbecue Mr. Don Wilson Woods Machine & Tool, LLC Foundation Society Patron - ($250 - $499) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andrews Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Atkeson Mr. Joe Austin Mr. and Mrs. Brian Baker Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carter Mr. Chris Chappell Classic Stone Supply Mr. Kevin M. Creech The Honorable Will Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cross Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Daughtry Dixie Dames, Red Hat Society Ms. Diana D. Douglas Mr. Brent Downing E C Manufacturing LLC Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Early Dr. and Mrs. Ademola Ejire Dr. Carolyn G. Ennis Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. James Forrester Mr. and Mrs. Bill Galloway Mr. and Mrs. Willie K. Game Ms. Cathy H. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. David Gooding Ms. Alene I. Hagwood Mr. and Mrs. Andy Holland Hometowne Realty Group Johnston Medical & Surgical Supply Co. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Neal Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Gary Langston Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lawrence Jr. Ms. Katrina McDougald Mr. and Mrs. Jody McLeod Mrs. Dale A. O’Neill Mrs. Paula A. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rieger Mr. Eric Schmieder
Mr. and Mrs. John Scovil Dr. Linda D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Starling Mr. Jim Sumerel Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Temple Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Brian Warren Mr. and Mrs. David R. Wells Sr. Wheels & Deals of Smithfield, Inc. Mrs. Donna M. White Mr. Craig Williams Mrs. Jean S. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williford Mr. and Mrs. Durwood D. Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Woodruff Mr. Wil Wynn Foundation Society Contributor - ($100 - $249) A.W. Watkins Insurance Service Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Abbott Jr. Mr. Craig A. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Allen Ms. Evelyn Alonzo Anna Kates, Inc. Annie V’s Florist Mr. Nathan Arnn Terry C. Arthur Mr. Stephen M. Ashby Mr. and Mrs. Jack Austin Jr. B & B Produce, Inc. Mr. Larry K. Bagwell Jr. Col. Rudolph Baker Ms. Tammy Baker Mrs. Jessica Balazsi Bales and Simpson, DDS, PA Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barber Mr. DeVan Barbour IV Mr. and Mrs. DeVan Barbour III Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Barbour Mr. and Mrs. Terry Barefoot Mr. Dwight Barnes Mr. Keith Beamon Benson Chiropractic Center Ms. Pamela M. Bergquist Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Bizzell for Sheriff Mr. Scott Blackmon Ms. Katherine Boyette Ms. Lauren E. Bradley Mr. Wayne Bradley Mr. and Mrs. John Branch Mr. and Mrs. Tony Braswell Jonathan Breeden Ms. Christine Broda The Honorable and Mrs. Robert W. Bryant Jr Bullock Brothers Equipment Co., Inc. Mr. Donnell Bullock Byrd Surveying, P.A. Mrs. Gailya Cagle
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Steve Canady Cardinal Country Club Carr, Riggs & Ingram, L.L.C. CPAs Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Carver Casey’s Floral & Catering Service Ms. Sharon Castleberry Ms. Allison R. Chandler Mr. Richard W. Childrey Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coats The Honorable and Mrs. Andy Corbett Jr. Country Club of Johnston County Mr. and Mrs. Randy Cox Mr. and Mrs. Chad Culver Mr. Thomas F. Currier D & P Performance The Honorable and Mrs. Leo Daughtry Ms. Selma W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deaton Mr. and Mrs. Bob Denning Mrs. Dawn Dixon Judge and Mrs. Yates Dobson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Dougherty Mrs. Cari Drew Mr. and Mrs. Claud L. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. Eason Mr. and Mrs. Bill Joe Edwards Edwards IGA Foodliner Ms. Sybil M. Edwards Mrs. Dorothy M. Ellmore Ms. Allison S. Elsee Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Embler Jr. Evans Jewelers Evans Tire & Automotive Center, Inc. FAC and Associates LLC Mr. Sam Faucette First Federal Bank Four Seasons Florist Friends of David Rouzer Committee Marlys Furze GlaxoSmithKline Global Insurance Solutions, Inc. Mr. Ross L. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grady Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Y. Green Mr. and Mrs. David L. Hall Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hamilton Handy Andy of Smithfield, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sam N. Hardy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Hawk Mr. and Mrs. Neal Haworth Mr. and Mrs. Price Heritage Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hester Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. Hester Ms. Terri Hill Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hines Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Hobart Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cris Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holding
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Ms. Olivia B. Holding Mr. and Mrs. Jeﬀrey Holt Holt Lake Exxon Mr. Robert Hostetter Mrs. Nell Howell Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hurt Ms. Danielle Hussey Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Ingram Jeﬀrey C Lee Farms, Inc. John D. Adams & Company, CPAs, PLLC John H. Bullock Jr., Inc. Carole L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Johnson Mr. Keith Johnson Kelly D. Johnson Dr. Oliver Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Johnson Mrs. Sabrina Johnson Johnston Animal Hospital Johnston Health Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jones Mr. and Mrs. Forrest C. Jones Kannon’s Clothing Mr. Aubrey Keen Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Koﬀer Mr. Geoﬀ Kokiko Mickey S. Lamm Ms. Kathy Lancaster Judge and Mrs. Frank Lanier Mr. and Mrs. Ayden R. Lee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lee Mr. & Mrs. John Lee Mr. Thomas W. Lee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Light The Honorable and Mrs. Tom Lock Mr. Robert J. Long Mr. and Mrs. Ron L. Lowery Mr. Donald R. Madison Magic Tunnel Car Wash, Inc. MagicMurals.com Mr. and Ms. Jimmy Marler Mrs. Tonya P. Massengill Mr. and Mrs. George B. Mast Mattress Liquidators Mr. Jack E. McLamb III Ms. Della G. McMillian McMillian Insurance Services Mr. Tom Medlin Mr. Vic Medlin Mr. David Mills Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Mims Jr. Mr. Will Mitchiner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mizelle Mr. and Mrs. Benny Moore Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan Ms. Hazel W. Moses Ms. Karen L. Mosseﬁn Mr. Mark D. Mumford Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Myers III Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nappier Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Graham Neville North Carolina Museum of Art Dr. and Mrs. James A. Oldham Mr. Clifton Painter Mrs. Hope G. Panara Mr. and Mrs. Dale Parker Parker Gas Co, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James Parker Mr. and Mrs. John A. Parker Mr. Ken Parker Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Parker Mr. and Ms. Tommy Parrish Partnership for Children of Johnston Co. Patriot Cases, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pattison Peedin & Sasser CPAs PLLC Ms. Rosa W. Pell Mr. Andy Penny Mr. Jared Penny Mr. Martin L. Pﬁnsgraﬀ Ms. Sonja R. Pierce Pine Hollow Golf Course David A. Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Pope Mr. and Mrs. Jeﬀ D. Pope Mr. and Mrs. George S. Potts Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Precythe Mr. Joe Preston Mr. William Ragsdale Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rasor Reedy Creek Golf Club Dr. David Rendall Rhodes Nursery Mr. and Mrs. James M. Riley Kimberly M. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rose Nelson B. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rubin Ms. Donna C. Ryder Mrs. Nikki Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Sauls Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Scott Mr. John Shallcross Jr. Sherry’s Signature Cheesecakes Sherwood’s Auto Center, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sides Skinner Insurance & Realty Co., Inc. Sloan Communications Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Smith Smithﬁeld Sign Design, Inc. Mr. Van R. Staley Mr. and Mrs. Millard Stallings Mr. Barry Stanley Mr. and Mrs. David O. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Stephenson Stevens Fire Equipment, Inc. Mr. Jerry Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stevens Mr. Jeﬀrey W. Stewart Reid Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. Chad M. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stewart Mr. and Mrs. David Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sumrell Sun Auto Wash Mrs. Ann Swertfeger T & H Body Works TAP Construction, Inc. Ms. Amy Tart Dr. and Mrs. John L. Tart Mr. Timothy N. Taylor TDT Class #546 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Temple The Ford Firm, PLLC The Neuse Golf Club The Serving Spoon Donald R. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. Thompson Ms. Patsy H. Thompson Ms. Rachel S. Tice Mr. and Mrs. Travis H. Tomlinson Jr. Triangle Rentals, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turnage Mr. Joey Underwood Ms. Leslie VanHoy Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ward Ms. Donna C. Waters Mrs. Beth Watson Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Wellons Wells Fargo Foundation Education Matching Gift Program Mr. Ernie Wilkinson Mr. Bradley A. Williams Mr. Tyrone Williams Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Williford Mr. and Mrs. Don Williford Mr. and Mrs. Steve Winborne Ms. Mary S. Windley Mr. John W. Wood, III Mr. Luby Wood Mrs. Betty C. Woodall Dr. Leonard S. Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Woodard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wooten Brian E. Worley Ms. Eloise Worrell Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Charlie B. Young Mr. Ricky Young Zack’s Char Grill Foundation Society Supporter - ($1 - $99) Ms. Cindy B. Allen Ms. Kim S. Allen Allied Employer Services, Inc. Mr. Derrick Arnold Mr. Steve Aschmann Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ashley Amy D. Atkinson Ms. Mary D. Atkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Austin Mr. and Mrs. Rodney K. Vick Mr. & Mrs. Randall Barbour Mr. Morris M. Barrow April and Jason Batten Mr. and Mrs. Randall B. Beasley Sr. Mr. Jerry Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Alton B. Bizzell Robert P. Blackman Ms. Rose C. Boyd Ms. Flora S. Brundage Ms. Kari E. Bryant Mr. Robert L. Bryant James V. Butler Carolina Ballet Bernadette Carter-Dove Mrs. Kristy F. Casey Stephanie Cole Anthony B. Colvin Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Condie Joan R. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Creech David Ford Committee Ciera Davis Mr. Charles Dawes Mr. Thomas Dean Petey DeRasmo DeWayne’s Home & Garden Showplace Ms. Tovoya M. Dobbin Mr. Michael F. Doran Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Draper Jr. Jennifer Driver Kevin and Jennifer Driver Cody Dudley Mark B. Dunn Eden’s Vegetarian Catering Services Ms. Doris Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Craig Ennis Dr. W. Ossie Fields Mr. Abe R. Flores Mr. and Mrs. Rodney A. Byrd Mrs. Dawn Fulton Ms. Shelley Gardner Mrs. Sheree Goettman Ms. Ruth Anne Guy Mrs. Stephanie W. Hall Monica Q. Hardison Brenda and Chester Harris Silke Hasselberg Ms. Dena Hatton Mr. and Mrs. James C. Henderson Orie T. Henry Mr. Harold Hinnant Mr. Marvin Holcomb David F. Holliday Jessica Honan Janis Howard Ms. Wanda Howell Edna P. Jackson Shelbra Jackson Michael J. Jacobs Mr. Raymond Jaklitsch
JCC Black History Committee JCC Student Massage Association Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Johnson Ms. Sheryl Johnson Mr. Josefvon Jones Mr. Maxie Kirby Mrs. Ganice Kubik Mr. Dudley W. Langdon Mr. and Mrs. William Lassiter Mr. and Mrs. Sean Leahy Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lee Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lee Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lee Ms. Zoe Lee Ms. Linda Levy Mr. Steve Link Dr. and Mrs. Tony Liverman Mr. Vic McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Jack McLamb Lisa McLaurin Ms. Valissa McMillian Mr. and Mrs. Merle McNutt Mrs. Sandy B. Millard Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery C. Miller Mills & Salter OD PA Mrs. Brandi Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mitchell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. George C. Moore James E. Moore Ms. Dionne Moragne Ms. J.B. Moragne Dr. Dwight Morris Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mudd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Munden Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mury Mr. and Mrs. Al Newlin Mr. and Mrs. David Nickell Ms. Margaret W. Njiraini James R. Norris Ms. Traci L. Nunn Mr. Craig Olive Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Page Amanda D. Parker Ms. Yvette D. Parker Anne W. Peedin Mrs. Brenda Peedin Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Peedin Mr. Gary L. Phillips Jerome Piatt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pittman Mrs. Betty Ramos Ms. Karen Ramsay Perla E. Rangel Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Register Dr. and Mrs. Don Reichard Ms. Jane K. Robbins Rolling Acres Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Schappert Frances Scott Amanda K. Sessom
Ms. Megan L. Shaner Mr. and Mrs. Don Shoemaker Ms. Amy Smith Smith and Associates - Primerica Mrs. Helen Smith Mrs. Judy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Terry E. Smith Southeast Chapter of P D A Ms. Donna Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Stephenson Stepping High Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Stevens Ms. Grace Stewart Mr. H. E. Strickland Steven D. Such Joan E. Swarthout Ms. and Mr. Jeanne D. Talbott TDT Class #549 TDT Class #551 Mr. Micah Thompson Mrs. Susan Thornton Ms. Sheila Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toler Ms. Rebecca R. Toole Mr. Norvel C. Turner III Mr. Kyle Verbosh Mr. and Mrs. Tim Via Mr. Jeremy Waters Ms. Kim Weathers Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wellons Jr. Mrs. Jennifer S. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. West Mrs. Tina Whichard Bobby C. Whitaker Mr. and Mrs. Arnold White John Whitenton Ms. L. Nan Wiggins Mr. & Mrs. John H. Williams Ms. Eudora M. Womack Ms. Mabel B. Yelvington Mr. John M. Zhoroff
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