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President’s Report 2009 - 2010

College and Foundation Annual Report


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Table of Contents President’s Message

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Trustees

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RCC Facts

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Achievements

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Administrative Services

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Student Life

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Foundation Review

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President’s Message In a year when the academic and financial challenges at the college were the greatest in recent memory, the college’s faculty and staff responded with admirable courage, dedication, and commitment. The area’s excessive unemployment rate and many parents’ desire to maximize the educational value for their families resulted in a record enrollment at the college. The 21% increase in curriculum enrollment was unprecedented in the college’s history. Several measures including increasing class sizes, adding more class sections, employing more part-time faculty, and requesting current faculty to teach overloads allowed the college to accommodate this enormous growth. I am delighted to report to the community that the professional dedication of faculty and staff allowed the college to serve more students while maintaining the academic rigor necessary for student success. As an affirmation of the college’s academic excellence, the college was one of only 11 community colleges in North Carolina to be recognized with highest distinction as an institution for Exceptional Institutional Performance. Such designation results from exceptional student performance on eight criteria established by North Carolina. We can be so proud of this achievement in any year, but this recognition this year was exemplary.

Dr. Robert C. Keys RCC President

I am pleased to provide you with this Annual Report which summarizes the year at the college and highlights the activities of the Rockingham Community College Foundation. The college is fortunate to enjoy the benefits of one of the state’s best community college foundations which provides financial support for student scholarships, college projects, and valuable services. The quality of the college and the success of our students are enhanced greatly as the result of the support of the RCC Foundation.

Finally, I want to acknowledge that after serving as the college’s president for the past fourteen years, I announced during the summer to the Board of Trustees my plans to retire in December. This decision was indeed difficult since I have enjoyed so much the privilege of serving the college and community in this capacity. Mine has been a very rewarding and enjoyable career in community college education, and I am fortunate to have saved the best for last. Although I anticipate spending more time with family and slowing my daily pace, I will remain committed to community college education which has been so much a part of my life. Rockingham Community College is an excellent institution rooted deeply in serving the educational and job-training needs of the county. I am honored to have been a part of its vital journey in Rockingham County’s history. Sincerely,

RCC President Robert Keys congratulates graduate Elizabeth “Libby” Young who received the 2009-2010 Outstanding Student Award. Young received an associate degree in office administration during the spring graduation held May 13, 2010.

Robert C. Keys, Ph.D. President

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Trustees Mission The mission of Rockingham Community College is to enhance individual and community success in Rockingham County through education as well as full development of human potential, employment assistance, service to business and industry, and contributions to cultural and social development.

Programs Offered

Associate in Applied Science Degree

Barbara S. Moore Chair Reidsville

C. Grayson Whitt Vice Chair Eden

Mark G. Collins Reidsville

Elizabeth H. Maddrey Eden

N. Jerry Owens, Jr. Reidsville

W.L. Pryor Eden

C. Garland Rakestraw Stoneville

Donna S. Rothrock Reidsville

Thomas R. Schoolfield Reidsville

Cynthia S. Wharton Ruffin

S. Jack Webster Madison

Kenan C. Wright Eden

Accounting; Biotechnology (partnership with FTCC); Business Administration; Computer Information Technology; Criminal Justice Technology; Criminal Justice Technology – Financial Crime/Computer Fraud; Early Childhood Education; Electrical/Electronics Technology; Electronics Engineering Technology; Financial Services (partnership with FTCC); General Occupational Technology; Global Logistics Technology (partnership with FTCC); Healthcare Management Technology (partnership with FTCC); Medical Office Administration; Nursing, Associate Degree; Office Administration; Respiratory Therapy.

Diploma Programs

Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology; Cosmetology; Early Childhood Education; Electrical/Electronics Technology; Electronics Engineering Technology; Global Logistics Technology (partnership with FTCC);Horticulture Technology; Industrial Systems Technology; Machining Technology; Medical Transcription; Nursing, Practical; Surgical Technology.

Certificate Programs

Accounting – Managerial/Small Business Accounting; Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology – Air Conditioning & Refrigeration; Basic Law Enforcement Training; Business Administration – Entrepreneurship; Business Administration – Management Applications & Principles; Computer Information Technology – Computer Information Technology; Computer Information Technology – Database; Computer Information Technology – Hardware/Software Support; Computer Information Technology – Software and Programming; Cosmetology; Early Childhood Education; Electrical/ Electronics Technology – Residential, Commercial & Industrial Wiring; Electrical/ Electronics Technology – Industrial Automation; Horticulture Technology – Horticultural Crop Production; Industrial Systems Technology – Facility Maintenance; Industrial Systems Technology – Industrial Maintenance; Industrial Systems Technology – Welding; Infant/Toddler Care; Machining Technology – CAM; Medical Office Administration – Medical Office Billing and Coding; Nursing, LPN Advanced Placement Option; Office Administration – Office Specialist; Office Administration – Receptionist; Office Administration – Word Processing; Phlebotomy.

College Transfer Programs

Associate in Arts; Associate in Science; Associate in Fine Arts; General Education Core Diploma in Arts; General Education Core Diploma in Science.

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RCC Facts Student Body 2009-2010

Fall 2009 Curriculum Students Total unduplicated – 2,626

Campus

Accreditations & Approvals

Size of campus 274 acres

Rockingham Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097); Telephone number 404/679-4501) to award associate degrees.

Number of buildings 18

Full-time students

53%

Part-time students

47%

Female students

62%

Male students

38%

Minority students

28%

Average age of students

27

Apple Amphitheater: The Ben R. and Lemma M. Apple Amphitheater hosts a wide variety of college and community events. Bishopric Lifelong Learning Center: Contains a multipurpose classroom, a seminar/conference room, three computer labs, and office space for the Community and Workforce Education Division staff. Career Center: The center provides resources and services free of charge to students, alumni, employees, and Rockingham County citizens. Center for Active Retirement: The center offers seniors a variety of educational, social, recreational, and health related opportunities.

Faculty & Staff 2009-2010 Full-time

166

Part-time

420

Library: The Gerald B. James Library is a complete center for research with over 45,000 books, 300 periodicals, and fully networked workstations connecting to multiple electronic databases.

North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Art North Carolina Real Estate Commission North Carolina Department of Insurance North Carolina Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission American Institute of Banking Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Programs National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences American Occupational Therapy Association Division of Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation of the National Association for the Education of Young Children

Program Enrollment

Student Employment 17%

54%

North Carolina Board of Nursing

56%

30% 4%

29%

Full-time

17%

Part-time

29%

Unemployed

Technologies Special Credit Early College

54%

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56% 4% 5%

5%

5%

College Transfer Dual Enrolled

30% 5%


Achievements RCC Proves it is an Excellent Educational Institution The North Carolina Community College System completed a performance level assessment of all 58 colleges in its system for the 2007-08 academic year. The findings were released in the 2009 Critical Success Factors report. According to the data, Rockingham Community College was one of only 26 North Carolina community colleges in the state to meet or exceed the required level in all eight core performance areas. This means RCC students are well prepared to: • Move successfully from developmental to college-level courses. • Pass licensure and certification exams as first-time test takers. • Students are satisfied • Be successful as college transfer students at four-year institutions. • Clients are satisfied with their customized training RCC also received high marks from the business/industry community for its training programs and from clients of the Small Business Center. In addition, 99.5 percent of the members of the 2006-07 graduating class were employed within one year of graduation. One hundred percent of those who employed RCC graduates were satisfied with the training the graduates received at the college. The North Carolina community college system has been using these accountability measures for more than 20 years. Last year, the minimum levels required for each core area were raised and RCC has exceeded each of those levels.

RCC Launches Facebook Page Rockingham Community College launched its Facebook page on August 21, 2009. The fan-based page provides up-to-date accounts of what is going on, coming up, and recent happenings at RCC. Many colleges and businesses use this venue to create a connection with their students/clients/customers. It is becoming a vital way to send information in this evolving technological world. Today, there are 1,139 fans of RCC’s page.

NCACCP Selects Keys as President On July 31,2009, Dr. Robert Keys became president of the North Carolina Association of Community College Presidents. He served during a difficult time when student enrollment burgeoned and budgets were sliced. All leaders within the association are chosen by their peers. Once selected for leadership, there is a natural progression. Leaders serve as association secretary, then treasurer, president-elect, and then president. Keys was not supposed to take the helm until 2010 but when the president-elect could not take the presidency, association members asked Keys if he would serve as president. After talking to NC Community College System President Scott Ralls, the RCC vice-presidents and the RCC Board of Trustees, Keys accepted. Although the association is not a lobbying entity, talking to legislators is a key component of the president’s role. Other duties include attending NC Community College State Board meetings and frequently meeting with Ralls, Governor Beverly Purdue and Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton, who also serves on the state board. “The benefit of having an association such as ours is that it gives the community college system a stronger voice,” said Keys. “We work together on issues which are then presented to legislative members.” Leadership terms are for one year. Keys said the main issues facing the group during his presidency were how to handle the fiscal situation community colleges found themselves in: i.e., keeping the institutions responsive to the needs of individuals, the communities and the state at a time when resources were at their lowest levels. 5

RCC President Dr. Robert Keys displays a plaque given to him in recognition of his service as president of the North Carolina Association of Community College Presidents.

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Achievements JobsNOW Training at RCC Rockingham Community College received $250,000 to implement and operate the JobsNOW program in Rockingham County. JobsNOW is a federal plan funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Its ongoing goal is to provide short term training – six months or less – enabling individuals to reenter the work force quickly. Training is provided through the state’s 58 community colleges. At RCC, research of employment needs among area businesses and industries to determine the area’s most pressing employment needs was conducted. Once those were identified, courses were developed to train individuals for jobs in five target areas that include: customer relations specialist, warehouse technician, law enforcement, certified nursing assistant, and phlebotomist. Imbedded in each course were classes for career readiness certification and human resources development. Career readiness provides successful students with documented proof that they have achieved a particular level of proficiency in reading comprehension, math and more. HRD gives individuals the skills needed to successfully interview for jobs.

Prospective students attend JobsNOW Open House held in the Gerald B. James Library.

Enrollment Statistics Tell the Story From 2005 to 2008, enrollment at Rockingham Community College increased from 2,073 to 2,187 – 115 additional students over a four-year span. But this year, enrollment skyrocketed to over 2,600, more than a 20 percent jump. With minimester and late start class enrollments still pending, that number is expected to rise. The paradox for these new, returning and continuing students is that the deep recession which has sent unprecedented numbers seeking a lower cost education and/ or retraining, has also gouged a big hole in the college’s budget. In 2008, North Carolina community colleges suffered an 11 percent cut in an already lean budget. RCC stayed within its budget through in-house and state imposed savings devices – limiting travel and purchasing, freezing vacant positions, furloughing employees and freezing equipment funds. When the 2009-10 state budget was released, the community college system happily noted it received a 4.7 increase. But 10 days after signing the budget, Governor Beverly Purdue asked state agencies and departments to return five percent of their allocated funds. In North Carolina, the double whammy of educating more people with decreased funding also resulted in an eight dollar per credit hour increase in tuition. Many returning to college are seeking short-term training that will help them return to work quickly. This emerging trend brought national attention to community colleges which then caught the attention of Washington. As a result Congress was considering a proposal to educate an additional five million adults by 2020 who are seeking an associate degree. Called the American Graduation Initiative, the $1.2 billion plan has the backing of the American Association of Community Colleges. Fall semester 2010 experienced a record number of students enrolling once again. Approximately 2,615 Students receive assistance during fall registration in the Admissions Office. students are taking classes. College and Foundation annual RepoRt 2009-2010

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Achievements Rose Garden Dedicated to Memory of Robert A. Harris On Sept. 28, 2009, family members of former RCC Board of Trustee member Robert A. Harris joined Rockingham Community College faculty and staff and members of the public to dedicate a rose garden on the college campus to Harris’ memory. “Bob had an unparalleled devotion to the college and to education in general,” said Dr. Robert Keys, RCC president. Harris served on the board for 29 years, two of them as chair. Until his retirement, he was employed as Senior Vice President of Fieldcrest, a company that provided numerous scholarships for RCC students. He also served as president of the RCC Foundation. Known as a man of honesty and integrity, he was gracious even when dissenting with fellow trustees. But perhaps one of the most cherished memories he left was his love of roses, which he grew and often brought to staff members at the college. Therefore, when seeking a way to recognize his exemplary public service with a lasting tribute, the RCC Board of Trustees approved naming the rose garden between the science building and library as the Robert A. Harris Rose Garden.

Mr. Justus Harris, Dr. Elizabeth Harris, and Dr. Robert Harris, children of former RCC trustee Robert A. Harris, stand in front of the rose garden dedicated to their father.

RCC Designated as “Military Friendly School” “G.I. Jobs” magazine, the premier publication for military personnel in transition, designated Rockingham Community College as a military friendly school. This put RCC in the top 15 percent of all colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide in its service to those in the military. “This designation is a reaffirmation that we are aware of the unique needs of military personnel as they seek to improve their education,” said RCC President, Dr. Robert Keys. The magazine annually surveys schools nationwide to determine the level of services they offer to members of the armed forces. Services include campus clubs, whether academic credit is given for military courses and/or experience, if the institution is staffed with a VA counselor, and whether tuition is cancelled if a person is called to active duty. The total enrollment of the school, the percentage of veterans enrolled, and whether the school is situated near a military base are all taken into consideration.

RCC President Dr. Robert Keys and recently retired Kathy Everette, who served the college as assistant to the director of financial aid/veteran’s affairs, display the certificate of recognition.

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Achievements Appropriations Act Helps Fund McMichael Civic Center

French Nominated for Teaching Excellence

Rockingham Community College received $250,000 in Economic Development Initiative funds for design or equipping the McMichael Civic Center. The funds were appropriated under the Housing and Urban Development agency through the 2010 Consolidated Appropriations Act which, in part, invests in economic development programs for disadvantaged communities. These funds brought the “Fullfilling the Promise” campaign to $5 million. On Feb. 1, Rep. Brad Miller made an appearance at the college to make the formal announcement. “Rockingham County has been hit hard by the economic downturn with a jobless rate of well over 12 percent,” said Miller. “The civic center will be a significant investment toward rebuilding that economy through a variety of workforce training and economic development endeavors. It will also provide citizens with educational, civic and cultural opportunities. All of these components will combine to foster a better future for the county.” The facility is designed to host business and industry tradeshows and retreats, showcase visual and performing arts, provide office space for nonprofit agencies, and enhance the education President Robert Keys, Arnold and Susan Britt, and W.L. Pryor of children and adults RCC receive Economic Development Initiative funds from Representative through the county. Brad Miller.

Being nominated for the 2009-2010 Excellence in Teaching award for Rockingham Community College held special meaning for biology associate professor, Dr. Lori French. “My students got together and, as one, wrote the nomination. That means the world,” said French. As the college’s nominee, French was recognized at graduation and will be given the opportunity to attend the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Associate Professor International Conference on Teaching Excellence held each Dr. Lori French spring in Austin, Texas where nominees are awarded the NISOD Excellence Award in Teaching. In their nomination, the students said, “…we declare that Dr. French has had a major impact on all of our lives.” They said she was innovative and motivating in the classroom, and was someone they talked to about their dreams and goals, their difficulties and problems. In their nomination letter they said she pushes individuals to do their best. French joined the RCC faculty in 2000 and serves as science department chair.

Brinkley Recognized By Partnership

RCC Instructor Earns National Certification

Professor Dr. Vickie Brinkley

Assistant Professor Earns Doctorate Robert Brandon, of Eden, assistant professor of English at Rockingham Community College, successfully defended his dissertation, “Place, Paradise, and Perfection: The Narrative Function of Three Medieval Visions of Paradise.” Brandon received an English PhD from UNCG in May. Assistant Professor Robert Brandon

Dr. Vickie Brinkley, professor and coordinator of the early childhood education program at Rockingham Community College, was presented the Champion for Children award by the Rockingham County Partnership for Children. Heather Kilpatrick, Partnership director, said, “The award is given annually to individuals in the community who impact the early childhood community. Nominations are sent in from all over the county.” Brinkley is the third recipient of the award.

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Gayle Ferguson, medical office administration instructor at Rockingham Community College, was awarded the Certified Professional Coder™ – Apprentice credential, a nationally recognized certification sponsored by the renowned American Academy of Professional Coders.

Instructor Gayle Ferguson

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Administrative Services Facilities Growth is the key to the continued prosperity of Rockingham Community College, and with that growth comes maintenance and expansion of its facilities. The college undertook a number of capital improvement projects during 2009-2010. Highlights include the following: •

Completed concrete repair work on the balcony of the Gerald B. James Library and installation of additional lighting along campus paths and walkways.

Replaced the roof on the Advanced Technologies Building.

Used state bond funds for numerous repair and renovation projects, including improvements to fire-alarm systems in the Humanities, Science, Industrial Technologies I buildings and the gymnasium.

Gerald B. James Library

New lighting along campus paths and walkways

Budget 2009-2010 Revenues 8.49%

5.13%

0.64%

2009-2010 Expenditures

0.07%

6.10% 14.43%

10.39%

24.54%

16.72%

50.73%

Revenues Amount State Appropriation $ 10,258,670 County Appropriation 2,101,430 Sales and Services 1,038,074 Federal Contracts & Grants 4,963,217 Investment Income 14,771 Noncapital Gifts, Contracts & Grants 1,716,572 Other Revenue 128,752 Total Revenues $ 20,221,486

2.37%

% of Total 50.73% 10.39% 5.13% 24.54% 0.07% 8.49% 0.64% 100.00%

60.37%

Expenditures Personal Services College Services Supplies & Materials Scholarships Utilities Total Expenditures

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$1 2,425,722 1,256,302 2,970,584 3,441,814 487,176 $ 20,581,598

60.37% 6.10% 14.43% 16.72% 2.37% 100.00%

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Student Li�e Navarre Receives Academic Excellence Award

Meritorious Service Award goes to Singleton

Khori Navarre of Reidsville earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average and was selected by RCC academic excellence award committee members, representing all educational divisions on campus, as the college’s recipient of the North Carolina Community College System’s Academic Excellence Award. Students throughout the North Carolina Community College System are selected for this distinction each year. To be considered, nominees must meet the following minimum criteria: be currently enrolled, have completed at least 12 semester hours in a degree program or 1-year Khori Navarre diploma program, and have a grade point average of 3.25. After earning a GED at RCC in 2008, Navarre enrolled full-time as a college transfer student in the associate in arts program. Her goal is to earn an accounting degree at UNCG and become a certified public accountant. At RCC, Navarre made straight A’s, worked as a math lab tutor, and was a member of two honor societies: Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Kappa Delta. On April 14, Navarre joined fellow award winners in Raleigh for the North Carolina Community Colleges Excellence Event. She was recognized on campus on April 19 during the college’s annual Awards Day ceremony.

Rachel Singleton of Reidsville, received Rockingham Community College’s Meritorious Service Award. A part-time employee at Mom’s Kitchen in Wentworth and a single mother of two, Singleton graduated in May with an associate degree in criminal justice, but will continue as an RCC student until she earns a degree in the new financial crimes and internet fraud program. As a 2009-10 student, Singleton served as vice president of the criminal justice club and president of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society. She was involved in two angel tree programs at Christmas, a bike Rachel Singleton rally for Crime Stoppers of Rockingham County, Safe Trick-or-Treat, a Christmas goodie patrol for law enforcement officers, EMTs and other who worked on Christmas Eve, and Easter baskets for Help Inc. She helped raise money for the Reidsville Soup Kitchen, books for Draper Elementary School, and the Rockingham County Relay for Life. As a mom, she attended her son’s baseball and football games, her daughter’s cheerleading sessions and helped with school and athletic fundraisers. “I believe in giving back,” said Singleton. “You learn priorities as you live and then giving back becomes important.”

RCC Basketball Player is All-American At age 26, 6-foot-10-inch center, Steve Bennett, is an atypical aspiring basketball player. Despite his age, Bennett finished his first year at RCC with game averages of 22 points and 12 rebounds, both of which were second highest in Region 10 and earned him a place on the National Junior College Athletic Association’s All-American Third Team, one of only 30 people nationwide and seven freshmen to be named to an All-American team this year. Head coach, Dean Myrick, said Bennett came to RCC out of shape, physically and academically. “But he worked hard and as the year progressed, he improved academically, lost weight and became more fit. We expect even more out of him this year.” According to Myrick, he’s already getting at least four calls per day from athletic recruiters concerning Bennett. This works well since Bennett plans to earn a degree in physical therapy. Prior to settling into a career, though, he wants a chance to play overseas professional basketball. That, says Myrick, exemplifies what community college athletics is all about; giving people an opportunity to go Steve Bennett to school and reach their ultimate potential in every way.

Each year, the faculty and staff are given the opportunity to nominate students for the RCC Academic Excellence Award. Students must be enrolled and have completed at least 12 semester hours in an associate in arts, associate in science, associate in applied science, or associate in fine arts degree program, and must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.25. Recipients are invited to attend a banquet in their honor hosted by the president of the North Carolina Community College System.

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Student Li�e Awards Ceremony Highlights Student Achievement

Donovan, Jessica Harris, Sandra Murrell, Jennifer O’Connor, Suzanne Schmultz, Rachel Singleton, Laura Vernon, Andrea Wade. Service, Co-Curricular Participation and Representation of the College awards are listed by award and recipient’s name. Rockingham Community College Foundation Awards: Travel Abroad Scholarships - Kelsey Booth, Brittany Dodson, Camillia Sherrod, Joseph Somers; Essay Contest Winners – Kathryn Church, first place, Darnell Wilson, second place, Dawnya Florence, third place. Students Named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities: April Broadnax, Elizabeth Young, Joseph Boyatt, Julie Joyce, Mark Dockery, Melody Shockley, Rachel Singleton. Rockingham Community College Meritorious Service Award – Rachel Singleton.

On April 19, during the Student Awards Day celebration, students, were recognized for their achievements and contributions. Recipients are listed by organization/club, name, and award received. Arts Club: Alex Sharp, distinguished officer. Criminal Justice Club: Brennen Harmon, distinguished officer; Rachel Singleton, leadership; Jennifer Taylor, service; Ebony Austin and Patricia Jimenez, community spirit. Science Club: Ashley Thornton, distinguished officer; Calyn Wall, leadership; Ray Knirs, service. Student Government Association: Tynesha Johnson and Robin Jones, community service. 2009 SGA Homecoming Recognitions: Corey Moore, King; Daphne Moore, Queen; Christopher Graves, Prince; Briana Pickard, Princess. Organization of the Year: Criminal Justice Club. Advisors: Ann Lanning and Bruce Needham. Academic achievement award recipients are listed by division, followed by the recipient’s name and award. Division of Business Technologies: Elizabeth Young, academic excellence; April Broadnax, Julie Joyce, Melody Shockley and Rachel Singleton, certificate for excellence. Division of Health Sciences: Jessica Hubler, student of the year. Division of Humanities/Social Sciences: Jessica Vantrease, associate in arts outstanding student; Brittany Thompson, associate in fine arts outstanding student. Division of Industrial Technologies: Sy-Chuong Le, student of the year. Division of Math and Science: Ashley Thornton, distinguished math and science student. North Carolina Community College System: Khori Navarre, academic excellence. Other nominees recognized with certificate: Kelly

Who’s Who Students Recognized Seven RCC students had their names submitted to be included the 2009-10 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. In addition to inclusion in the annual Who’s Who book, they will be eligible to apply for the program’s scholarships. Those selected were: Melody Shockley from Eden, Julie Joyce from Mayodan, Elizabeth Young from Pelham, and April Broadnax, Mark Dockery, Joseph Boyatt, and Rachel Singleton, all from Reidsville. Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges includes two- and four-year students attending educational institutions across the nation. Inclusion in the program is considered a high honor. Students are chosen for their academic endeavors, contribution to the community and school, and leadership potential. The Who’s Who award is one of the most prestigious awards the academic community can bestow. The seven nominees were recognized on campus at the annual Student Awards Day. 11

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RCC Foundation Report of Gifts Rockingham Community College Foundation Board of Directors 2009-10 Mrs. Judy Apple, Reidsville, NC Mrs. Brenda Atkins, Eden, NC Mr. Scott Barham, Eden, NC Mrs. Barbara Belton, Stoneville, NC Mrs. Jennifer Boyte, Eden, NC Mrs. Amy Brown, Eden, NC Mr. Charles Davis, Stoneville, NC Mrs. Anne Donecker, Reidsville, NC Mr. Tom Harger, Eden, NC Mrs. Kathy Hale, Eden, NC Mrs. Laura Hubbard, Eden, NC Mr. John Kolessar, Reidsville, NC Mr. Pleas McMichael, Madison, NC Mrs. Ella Pass, Reidsville, NC Mr. Mark Pegram, Reidsville, NC Mr. Chris Phillips, Reidsville, NC Mr. Judge Pierce, Reidsville, NC Mr. W. L. Pyor, Eden, NC Mrs. Munira Rehman, Reidsville, NC Mrs. Donna Rothrock, Reidsville, NC Mr. Eugene Russell, Mayodan, NC Mr. James R. Scott, Jr., Reidsville, NC Mr. Tim Simpson, Mayodan, NC Mrs. Alice Smith, Reidsville, NC Mr. William Stone, Eden, NC Mr. William Sutton, Reidsville, NC

Dear Friends of RCC, What a privilege it has been to serve as president of the RCC Foundation as we celebrated the Foundation’s 40th anniversary! We are so fortunate to have had committed volunteers, a supportive community and capable leadership to help our fledgling foundation grow into one of the most respected and successful foundations among community colleges, not just in North Carolina, but in the nation as well. We certainly have a lot to celebrate.

Mr. Fred Timper, Reidsville, NC Mrs. Julia Tuggle, Stoneville, NC Mrs. Donna Van Ness, Reidsville, NC Mrs. Beth Waddell, Eden, NC Mr. Fletcher Waynick, Reidsville, NC Mr. Charles Wharton, Ruffin, NC Mrs. Judith Wilkins, Reidsville, NC Mr. Seth Woodall, Eden, NC

The Foundation enjoyed one successful fund raising effort after another in 2009-10. Board members and volunteers worked together to make the fall recognition gala, the golf tournament, the campus fund drive and the countywide annual giving campaign grand successes. In all, businesses, industries, civic groups, clubs, churches, alumni and other individuals contributed $313,399—a 20 percent increase over last year. Again, we certainly have a lot to celebrate!

Directors Emeritus

Mr. W.B. Apple, Jr., Reidsville, NC Mrs. Charlotte Cate, Reidsville, NC Mrs. John O. Gunn, Yanceyville, NC Mrs. Lib Ogburn, Eden, NC Mr. Garland Rakestraw, Stoneville, NC Mr. William Riggs, Reidsville, NC Mrs. Jeanne Stanley, Reidsville, NC Mr. Don Stilwell, Mayodan, NC Dr. Roy Truslow, Reidsville, NC

We recognize that our success would not be possible without two important things: our dedicated volunteers and our community’s belief in the Foundation. For these two things we are especially grateful. For forty years the RCC Foundation has been changing lives through education. On behalf of the directors of the Foundation, the faculty and staff of the college and our students, I extend to you our deepest appreciation for your past support and I hope this report will demonstrate what a sound investment you have made in the lives of our students and the future of Rockingham County.

Ex Officio Directors

Dr. Robert C. Keys, RCC President Mrs. Barbara Moore, RCC Board of Trustees Chairperson Mrs. Gaye Barbour Clifton, RCC Foundation Executive Director

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Kathy Hale

Sincerely,

Kathy W. Hale, President RCC Foundation, Inc.

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs The Foundation Gift Clubs were established to recognize contributors to the RCC Foundation, Inc. The generous support received from these donors in 2009-2010 is most appreciated.

FOUNDATION CLUB Contributions of $1,000 or more qualified the following donors for membership in the Foundation Club:

Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Apple, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark Atkins Mr. Steven W. Boles Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Burton Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Dyer Mrs. Laura Lively Felts Mrs. Martha H. Fields Mr. Theodore Haapala Ms. Dorothy M. Haith Dr. & Mrs. Robert S. Harris Mrs. Betty Holland Mrs. Dee James Mrs. J. Lee Keiger, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Robert C. Keys Mrs. Dorothy B. Love Dr. Robert E. Lowdermilk, III and Mrs. Kathy Cheek Mr. & Mrs. William T. Mansfield Mr. & Mrs. J. Pleas McMichael Mrs. Rose T. McMichael Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. Mizell Mrs. Juanita Monsees Mr. & Mrs. Jess Moore Mr. & Mrs. Dan Mosca Miss Rebecca Mulligan Mr. & Mrs. Leon S. Niegelsky Mr. & Mrs. James H. Phillips, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Pittman Ms. Rebecca H. Price Dr. & Mrs. Najeeb U. Rehman Mr. & Mrs. Siler Rothrock

Dr. Sheila Ruhland Mr. John Smith, III Mr. & Mrs. Steve Smith Mr. & Mrs. James L. Thompson, Jr. Ms. Donna Van Ness Mrs. Judith J. Wilkins Mr. Mitchell B. Wilson BUSINESSES/CORPORATIONS B&S of Reidsville, LLC BB&T Rockingham County First Citizens Bank Larson Foundation MillerCoors NewBridge Bank Rockingham County Farm Bureau, Inc. Short Sugar’s, Inc. CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Annie Penn Hospital Women’s Auxiliary Morehead Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Reidsville Junior Service League The Ben and Lemma Apple Foundation, Inc. Mr. Ben T. Vernon The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation

Andy Strand accepted the 2009 Corporate Benefactor Award on behalf of Subway and Jeanne Stanley accepted the 2009 Friend of RCC Award from RCC Foundation President Kathy Hale.

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs PRESIDENT’S CLUB The following individuals and groups made contributions of $500 - $999 and are President’s Club members:

Mr. & Mrs. Pat F. Brady

Mr. & Mrs. David B. Wilson Mr. Homer E. Wright, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Kenan Wright

Mrs. Toni Burchell Mrs. Gaye Barbour Clifton Dr. & Mrs. John M. Donecker Mrs. Trish Gwyn Dr. & Mrs. John H. Hall, Jr. Ms. AnneDell Hardingham Mr. J. Roger Hester Mr. & Mrs. Clark M. Holt Mrs. Margaret S. Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Danny Love Miss Trudy S. Mason Mr. & Mrs. Jay R. McCollum Ms. Ellen E. McKinney Mr. & Mrs. Ray E. Meacher Mr. & Mrs. Edward Mooney, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lee Niegelsky Mr. Bradley J. Overby Mrs. Ida I. Overby Mrs. Gretchen R. Parrish Mr. & Mrs. John Parrish Mr. & Mrs. Richard Powell Mr. & Mrs. Garland Rakestraw Mrs. Edna Robinson

2010 Area Chairs for the Annual Giving Campaign Front Row: Kalynn Roland, Eugene Russell, Susan Thompson, Alice Smith, Mary Hux, Julia Tuggle, RCC President Robert Keys. Back Row: Tom Harger, Tim Simpson, Jimmy Thompson, Judge Pierce, Bobby Wharton, Charles Davis.

Mr. & Mrs. Alex Rothrock Dr. R. Michael Rourk Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Russell Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schoolfield Mr. & Mrs. Dave Smathers Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Ray Stanley Mr. & Mrs. William O. Stone, Jr.

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BUSINESS/CORPORATIONS Brown Brothers Harriman Burkett & Barham, CPA’S, PLLC Equity Group - N. C. Division J. Michael Fargis & Associates, LLP Morehead Memorial Hospital Moses Cone Health System Pinnacle Benefit Resources, Inc. Rentz-Eden Oil Company Sparks Oil Company Stanley Benefit Services, LLC Triad Medicine and Pediatric Associates, PLLC CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Eden Woman’s Club Huntsville Ruritan Club Womens League of Eden


RCC Foundation Gift Clubs BENEFACTOR’S CLUB The following donors made contributions of $250 - $499 to the Foundation and are Benefactor Club members:

Mr. & Mrs. J. G. Alston, Jr. Mr. Ike Apple Mrs. Eunice L. Atkins Mr. & Mrs. Archie M. Bennett, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Bishopric Mrs. Lucille Blankenship Mr. & Mrs. James W. Brown, Jr. Dr. Fred B. Coates Dr. Mark Cotter Mrs. Barbara S. Crook Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Daniel Dr. & Mrs. Marc DeMason Mrs. Kathy Durham Mrs. Marion S. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Dan M. Foster Mrs. Faye Gantt Mr. Frank Green Ms. Margaret Griffin Mr. & Mrs. W. M. Griffith Dr. Tony Gunn and Mrs. Emily Parker Mrs. Mary B. Hux Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Key Mr. & Mrs. R. John Kolessar Ms. Margo M. Lindsey

Dr. & Mrs. Scott A. Luking Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Maddrey Dr. Sandi Manus Ms. Judith Martin Mr. Ron McKinney Mr. & Mrs. Jule McMichael Dr. & Mrs. Tim A. Newsom Mrs. Lib Pace Mr. & Mrs. Ted Penn Mr. & Mrs. William E. Post, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Pryor, III Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Robertson Mr. Philip W. Safriet Mr. Derick Satterfield Dr. & Mrs. T. Alexander Smith Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Sniker Mr. & Mrs. Lee R. Stanley Mr. Don B. Stilwell, Jr. Mrs. Sara Stultz Mr. Harold W. Vaden Dr. Scott M. Vines Mr. & Mrs. Grayson Whitt Mr. Howard Wilkerson Dr. B. J. Wilkinson Mr. Steve Woodruff

BUSINESSES/CORPORATIONS Abercrombie Oil Co., Inc. Always and Forever Florist American Partners Federal Credit Union Citty Plumbing & Pools Fair Funeral Home, Inc. First Bank Johnson Sporting Goods, LLC, Jr. Mayberry Restaurant Mid State Security Piedmont Foot Center Service Logistics Shapiro Eye Care, P.A. CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Federated Woman’s Club RC Association of Realtors, Inc. Stoneville Rotary Club

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Talon Club Members The Foundation’s Talon Club is a comprehensive sponsorship program designed to support activities in all areas of the college, including cultural arts programming, athletics, fund raising efforts, and special events. Just as the talons of the college’s eagle mascot symbolize strength, support provided by Talon Club Members strengthens RCC. Members of the 2009-2010 Talon Club made contributions of $1500 and include:

Carolina Apothecary Kevin and Kelley Carroll Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Coleman Duke Energy Corporation First Citizens Bank Home Savings Bank NewBridge Bank Wachovia Kenan and Molly Wright For information on becoming a Talon Club member, please contact the RCC Development Office at (336) 342-4261 x 2201.

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs ADVOCATES CLUB Members of the Advocates Club made contributions of $100 - $249 and include the following donors:

Dr. Gina E. Abbruzzi Mr. Stanley L. Allen Mrs. Celeste H. Allis Ms. Stephanie Anderson Mrs. Judy S. Apple Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Apple Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Apple Dr. & Mrs. James J. Baker Mr. Numa R. Baker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Peyton Balsley Mr. & Mrs. Larry W. Barefoot Mr. & Mrs. Clay Barham Ms. Rebecca C. Barnard Mr. & Mrs. D. Wayne Barnett Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. Bass Mr. & Mrs. Hugh W. Belton, Jr. Mr. Charles Bennett Ms. Deborah Saul Benton Mr. & Mrs. Duane Best Mr. John Blackburn Mr. & Mrs. James D. Blair Mrs. Anne Bradford Mr. & Mrs. C. Keith Brewer Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. Brown Mr. & Mrs. John Brown Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Brown Mr. Guy Buckle Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Jack Burgart

Dr. & Mrs. Cecil Burkhart Dr. & Mrs. Lindley Butler Mr. & Mrs. Jerry H. Canady Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Cardwell Mrs. Cathy Carter Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Carter Mr. & Mrs. Norman Carter Mr. Mark Casey Mr. Laurence G. Chambers Mr. & Mrs. James R. Cherry Ms. Vickie Chitwood Mr. & Mrs. Judson C. Citty Mr. & Mrs. Chuck Clark Mr. & Mrs. James Clark Mr. Bill Clifton Mr. & Mrs. Marc L. Cobb Representative & Mrs. Nelson Cole Mr. & Mrs. Mark G. Collins Mrs. William E. Collins Ms. Barbara Crook Mrs. Seba P. Crumpler Mr. & Mrs. Danny P. Dallas Ms. Fran Daniel Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Davidson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Davis Mr. & Mrs. George J. Deaton, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. W. Edward Deaton Mr. Curtis T. Dickens

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Ms. Lynne Dickerson Mr. & Mrs. Joe Dillon Mr. & Mrs. William H. Duke, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Keith Duncan Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Dunlap Mr. Jason Durham Ms. Dorinda M. Edwards Ms. Marlene N. Ellison Mr. Randy Evans Dr. Tesfaye D. Fanta Ms. Gayle Ferguson Mr. George Ferguson Dr. & Mrs. John V. Ferguson Mr. & Mrs. John E. Fike Mr. & Mrs. Mike Flanagan Mr. & Mrs. W. Thomas Flynt Ms. Bonita T. Francis Mr. Wilbur French Mr. & Mrs. Robert Greg Fulcher Mr. & Mrs. Bob Futrell Mr. & Mrs. Howell O. Gentry, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Gentry Ms. Joanna H. Gibbs Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Goodman Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Green Mr. & Mrs. Hal Griffin Mr. & Mrs. John E. Grogan Mr. & Mrs. Pender Grogan 16

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Gwaltney Mr. & Mrs. Gene Hagood Dr. & Mrs. Carroll F. Haines, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Hale Mrs. Pat Harden Mr. Tom Harding Mr. James Hardy Ms. Nicole Hare-Hill Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Harger Ms. Sandra F. Harlow Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Harris Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Hayes Mr. & Mrs. R. Larry Helms Mr. E. John Hodges Mr. & Mrs. R. William Holcomb Mr. H. Winfred Hoover Mr. & Mrs. Dwight C. Hopkins Mr. Richard J. Hudson Mr. & Mrs. David A. Huggins Mr. David Hughes Mr. & Mrs. James R. Humphrey Mr. & Mrs. David L. Hundley Ms. Becky Hurley Mrs. Dana Huskey Ms. Diane S. Hyler Mr. William James Mr. James Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan C. Jobe


RCC Foundation Gift Clubs ADVOCATES CLUB (continued) Rev. & Mrs. Carl Johnson Mr. Bernard M. Jones Mr. H. Kenneth Joyce Mr. & Mrs. J. Hardy Joyce Mr. & Mrs. James G. Joyce Mrs. Shirley R. Joyce Mr. & Mrs. Bill Knight Mr. & Mrs. C. Harold Knight Mr. Jeffrey H. Knight Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Knight Mr. W. H. Knight Ms. Mary Lambert Ms. Laverne Lancaster Mr. & Mrs. David E. Lane Dr. & Mrs. Herbert Lewis, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Lipford Ms. Carolyn S. Loftis Dr. Stephen Luking Dr. & Mrs. Paul A. Mabe, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Carl O. Maddox Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Mahovlich Ms. Barbara Marshall Mr. & Mrs. Alton Martin Mr. & Mrs. Mike Martin Ms. Patricia Anne Martin Mr. & Mrs. Harold W. Matthews Dr. & Mrs. Bob Maynard Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. McCargo

Mr. & Mrs. John Patterson Dr. & Mrs. Clifton Payne Mr. Michael J. Pearce Mr. Samuel L. Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Judge A. Pierce Mr. Ashmead Pringle Pipkin Mr. & Mrs. John Pitzen Ms. Helen Pokrzywa Ms. Gloria Powers Mr. & Mrs. Mott Price RCC Foundation 2010 Essay Contest winners, Dawnya Florence, third place; Darnell Mr. M. Reid Prillaman Wilson, second place; Kathryn Church, first place, and wrote about “What Being a Student Mr. Claude E. Pryor, Jr. at RCC Means to Me.” Mr. W. L. Pryor Mrs. Hazel Puckett Mrs. Beth Pulliam Mr. & Mrs. Nathan McCollum Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Myott Mr. John C. Rand Mr. & Mrs. David E. McCombs Mr. Dean Myrick Mrs. Olivia M. Rich The Honorable & Mrs. Peter M. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Nalley McHugh Mr. & Mrs. William E. Riggs Mr. & Mrs. Ben L. Neal Dr. & Mrs. William J. McLeod Ms. Faye Roberts Mr. Ron Noble Mr. & Mrs. Bernhard Melchert Mr. & Mrs. James Roberts Mr. Charles J. Nooe Mrs. Kaye B. Merritt Mr. & Mrs. Arnold F. Robertson Mrs. Nancy Norwood Ms. Kristin Merritt Mr. J. Harold Robertson Mr. Wayne Norwood Ms. Jacqueline C. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Tom B. Robinson Mr. & Mrs Tal E. Nowell, Jr. Mrs. Ruth M. Mitchell Mrs. Judy Runyon Mr. & Mrs. Bill Pace Mrs. Grace Moffitt Mr. & Mrs. Harvey D. Russ Mr. & Mrs. George B. Page, Jr. Mr. Graham A. Monroe, Jr. Ms. Deanna Saffold Mr. & Mrs. Steve Page Mrs. Marilyn Moore Dr. & Mrs. Paul W. Sasser Dr. & Mrs. James B. Parsons Mr. & Mrs. Billy R. Morris Mr. Lawson B. Saul Mrs. Ella Pass 17

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs ADVOCATES CLUB (continued) Ms. Muriel C. Schroeder Mr. & Mrs. James R. Scott Mrs. Kathryn H. Scott Mr. L. Dean Sharpe Mr. & Mrs. Steve Sherwood Mr. Neil D. Shively Mr. & Mrs. William Shoemaker Mr. & Mrs. Randy Shope Mr. & Mrs. Micky Silvers Mrs. Kay Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Tim Simpson Mr. & Mrs. William F. Simpson Mr. George Ansley Smart Ms. Jennie Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Smith Mr. & Mrs. W. Siegfried Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Titus Sparks Mr. & Mrs. E. N. Stickels Mr. Jimmy Strader Mr. William W. Sutton Mr. Ronald Thomas Ms. Linda Tosto Mr. & Mrs. Elton H. Trent, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Elton Trent, III Mr. & Mrs. Rex Tuggle Ms. Jennifer L. Tulloch Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Uden Dr. & Mrs. G. R. Upchurch

Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Vaughn Mr. & Mrs. Landon Vernon Mr. & Mrs. Bobby E. Waddell Ms. Anne Wade Mr. Barney Walker Mr. & Mrs. James R. Walker Mr. & Mrs. Josh Wall Ms. Karen Ward Ms. Etta N. Washington Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Watt, III Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Waynick Ms. Cathy C. Wheeler Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wheless Mrs. Betty M. White Ms. Florene H. Wilkerson Mr. Jimmy T. Williams Ms. Wendy W. Williams The Honorable & Mrs. Edwin G. Wilson, Jr. Mr. Seth Woodall Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Wright Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Wyatt Mr. & Mrs. Charles Yarbrough Mr. & Mrs. Burton W. Younts

Boone-Reynolds Funeral Service BP Greer Recycling Calloway Johnson Moore & West, P.A. Car Needs, Inc. Cardinal Recycling, LLC Carolina Bookkeeping in Eden Carolina Marina Centech Service Corporation Cirrus Construction, Inc. Citizens Economic Development, Inc. Citty Funeral Home Colonial Funeral Home & Chapel, Inc. Cornerstone Advisors, Inc./ GonzoBanker Dallas Services LLC Dalton Unlimited Services, Inc. Dyer’s Sheet Metal Edward Jones Investments Electric Systems, Inc. Elizabeth’s Pizza Fuzzy’s Bar-B-Q Hampton Inn of Eden Holden, Moss, Knott, Clark, Copley & Hoyle Holland & Associates, Inc. BUSINESSES/CORPORATIONS Home Lumber Co., Inc. Hughes - Rankin Company All About Floors Joe’s Pools Guests enjoy a Countywide Chamber of Commerce Coffee hosted each January by the Annie Penn Hospital RCC Foundation. JRB Communications Barry Dodson, CPA College and Foundation annual RepoRt 2009-2010

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs ADVOCATES CLUB (continued) Kriegsman & Associates, Inc. L. Don Warren & Associates M. Holland & Associates, Inc. Mark III Insurance Services, Inc. McLaurin Funeral Homes Michael R. Martin Insurance & Financial Services Morgan Tuttle, LLC Nesbit Properties, LLC NewBridge Bank Investment & Trust Services Pete’s & PG’s Powell-Barefoot Agency, Inc. Rabco, Inc. Rakestraw Builders, Inc. Rakestraw Insurance Center, Inc. Randy’s Body Shop Ray Funeral Home Reidsville Heating/Air Conditioning Remington Arms Company, Inc. Ritz Gourmet, Inc. DBA & Debbies Restaurant RW Billingsley & Sons, Inc. S. M. Gillispie Masonry Scotty’s Carpet & Oriental Rug Service, Inc. Tire Max Tri-City Glass & Mirror Co., Inc. Turner Furniture Company

Gifts-In-Kind

Walker , Melvin & Woodall, LLP Wilkerson Funeral Service, Inc. Y & W Farm Center

A Piece of Cake Arthur’s Jewelry Autumn Creek Vineyards Mr. & Mrs. Mark Atkins Backstreet Buzz Coffee House Barbour Studio & Gallery Dr. & Mrs. Lindley Butler Clark’s Jewelry Dabbs Florist Ms. Marianne Darnell Mr. Lee Dodson Eden Chamber of Commerce Everyday Art Ms. Mary Gomez Hawk Spirit Studio Hedrick’s Frames & Things Mrs. Betty Holland J-Mart Mr. Bill James Johnstone Supply Dr. Robert C. Keys Mr. Kenneth Lemons Mr. Bryant Lindsey Midtown Salon & Spa MillerCoors NewBridge Bank

CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Bethany Volunteer Fire Department Bethlehem Methodist Church Eden Kiwanis Club Eden Thursday Study Club Eden YMCA El Bethel Club Hickory Grove United Methodist Women Huntsville Volunteer Fire Department Leaksville High School Class of 1952 Matrimony Grange Northwest Rockingham Fire Protection Association Oregon Hill Vol. Fire Department Reidsville Junior Woman’s Club Rockingham County Retired School Personnel Ruffin Volunteer Fire Department Studio Group of Rockingham County Wentworth Fire Department

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O’Henry Hotel Oak Hills Golf and Event Center PepsiCo Piedmont Cheerwine Bottling Company Mr. John L. Pinnix Dr. Penne Prigge Mrs. Munira Rehman Reidsville Building Supply Company, Inc. Reidsville Office City Rockingham County Emergency Medical Services Sagebrush Steakhouse Ms. Kimberly Shireman Mrs. Angie Staab Stadler’s Grocery Subway of Rockingham County T & M Hair Gallery Mr. Tim Talley Tammy’s Gifts and Collectables Mr. & Mrs. Rex Tuggle Vermilion Studios Mrs. Judy Wilkins Williams Gas Pipeline – Transco Yancey House Restaurant

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs FRIENDS CLUB Members of the Friends Club made gifts of up to $99 and include the following contributors:

Ms. Frances Aiken

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Boles

Mr. Timothy Carter

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dietch

Rev. & Mrs. Warwick Aiken, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. E. Lewis Bottoms

Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Carter

Ms. Debbie Dishmon

Ms. Mary D. Alexander

Mr. Correy Bouldin

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Case

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Thomas Dixon

Mr. & Mrs. Dale Allen

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Bowers

Mr. Dwight Childrey

Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Dobyns, Jr.

Ms. Geneva R. Allen

Rev. & Mrs. Edwin C. Brammer

Mr. & Mrs. Louie Chrismon

Mr. Lee Dodson

Ms. Melissa Allen

Mr. Robert Brandon

Mr. & Mrs. Russell L. Citty

Ms. Tammy Dorsett

Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Allred

Mr. John Bridges

Ms. Dorothy Claybrook

Mr. Todd Drake

Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Alverson, Jr.

Mrs. Lynn Brisson

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh W. Cobb, Jr.

Mrs. Arleen Duggins

Mrs. Louise J. Amos

Mr. George Brown

Mr. William A. Coleman

Ms. Mary Dunn

Mrs. Inez T. Arthur

Mr. Gilbert L. Brown

Ms. Mandy Comes

Mr. Dmitry Efremov

Mrs. C. W. Ashley

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew A. Brown

Mr. & Mrs. C. Wayne Cook

Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland Ellison

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Avina

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey G. Bullins

Ms. Frances Cook

Mr. & Mrs. Carlton D. Estes

Ms. Terry Bailey

Mr. & Mrs. Marvin F. Bullock

Mrs. Billie D. Cox

Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Estes

Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd R. Baird

Mr. & Mrs. H. Arlyn Bunch

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory A. Cox

Ms. Cheryl Evans

Mr. Bobby Baker

Ms. Robin Priddy Burroughs

Mrs. Bertie P. Cranfill

Mrs. Kathy Everette

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas T. Balsley

Mr. Carlyle Butler

Mr. John Crutchfield

Mr. & Mrs. S. E. Fain

Mr. & Mrs. Don T. Barefoot

Mrs. Gina Byrd

Mrs. Eva Cure

Mr. & Mrs. L. Nelson Falkner, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Barton

Mrs. Jane Cable

Mr. Ted Currin

Mr. & Mrs. H. Craig Farver

Mr. Barry D. Baughn

Mr. Chip Cardwell

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Dallas

Dr. Sylanda Foster-Williamson

Mr. Curtis Bennett, Jr.

Ms. Linda P. Carroll

Ms. Barbara J. Dejournette

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Fox

Mr. & Mrs. Jennings Berry, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Wayne Carter

Ms. Agnes E. Destefano

Mr. C. Michael Frazier

Mrs. Pamela K. Boerema

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Carter

Ms. Bonnie Dickens

Ms. Lori French

Ms. Deborah L. Bohannon

Mr. & Mrs. Pete Carter

Mrs. Bonnie Dickerson

Mrs. Faye Frye

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs FRIENDS CLUB (continued) Ms. Sharon Galloway

Mr. John R. Jarrell

Ms. Sandi Gann

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Jenkins

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Garrison

Mr. & Mrs. Randy Lee Jessup

Ms. Della Gaston

Mr. & Mrs. Henry O. Johnston

Dr. Greg Gendron

Mr. R.O. Jones

Mr. Bob Gentry

Mr. Tom Jones

Ms. Deb Gilmore

Mrs. Margaret S. Joyce

Mr. & Mrs. George R. Goad, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Joyce

Mr. & Mrs. Carl S. Goard

Mr. Robert Justus

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Goodes

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry L. Kasten

Mrs. Jennifer A. Griffin

Dr. & Mrs. J. Wayne Keeling

Ms. Vergie Griffin Mr. Kevin Hairston

The first-place winners of the 21st Annual RCC Foundation Benefit Golf Tournament sponsored by NewBridge Bank were, (left to right) Richard Hudson, Kevin Carroll, Henry McGinnis, Laurence Chambers

Mr. & Mrs. David Kemp Mr. Terry D. Kent Mr. Andrew Jennings Kernodle

Ms. Sharon H. Hairston Mr. Patrick Hales

Mr. & Mrs. Ishmael D. Harmon

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Hicks

Mr. & Mrs. John Key

Mr. & Mrs. Bobby H. Hall

Mrs. Jennifer C. Harmon

Ms. Betty Hill

Mr. & Mrs. James A. King, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. George R. Hall

Mrs. Ann Harrill

Ms. Patricia W. Holcomb

Ms. Crystal Kinton

Mr. & Mrs. J. Dwight Hall

Mr. & Mrs. David Harrill

Mr. Alva Holland

Mr. K. Wayne Kirkman

Ms. Susan Hall

Mrs. Uldine Harris

Mrs. Patty Hopkins

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth D. Knight

Ms. Merna R. Hampton

Mrs. Marie Hedges

Mr. Curtis Howe

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Dean Knight

Mrs. Diane Hand

Mr. Michael S. Heller

Mrs. Earlene Hudson

Ms. Nancy S. Lake

Mr. & Mrs. Phillip H. Harger

Ms. Brandy Henry

Ms. Dee Dee Hunt

Mr. Roy Langston

Mr. Buck Harmon

Mr. & Mrs. Marlin Herring, Jr.

Ms. LaVonne James

Ms. Leanna Lawson

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs FRIENDS CLUB (continued) Ms. Mary Lawson

Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. McDaniel

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Page

Mr. Richard T. Rakestraw

Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Lee

Mrs. Betty H. McGavisk

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Page

Ms. Sue Rakestraw

Ms. Katherine Leebrick

Ms. Drew Wilkerson McGee

Mrs. Patrick Pardee

Mrs. Erlean Rhodes

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Lewis

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew T. Meeks

Mr. & Mrs. E. Steve Parker

Mr. J. Rice

Mrs. Marjorie Lindsey

Ms. Charlotte Meeks

Mr. & Mrs. Otis Parks

Ms. Beulah L. Rierson

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Link

Mrs. Lillie B. Meeks

Mr. Timothy A. Parrish

Mrs. Carolyn R. Roberts

Mrs. Betty P. London

Ms. Carol Hewitt Melvin

Mr. & Mrs. Garland E. Paschal

Mrs. Betty V. Robertson

Mr. & Mrs. Grover W. Lowery

Mrs. Leigh Chadwick Miller

Ms. Katherine M. Pasour

Ms. Kalynn C. Roland

Mrs. Jeanne B. MacDonald

Mr. & Mrs. Worth Mitchell

Ms. Stephanie Pearson

Mr. & Mrs. Rex R. Rouse, Jr.

Mrs. Anne B. Marshall

Ms. Gayle Shelton Mitchener

Ms. Roxanne Pecinich

Ms. Joyce W. Russell

Mr. Andrew “Buddy” Martin, Jr.

Mr. Ted Moore

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Pendleton

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Sacrinty, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew P. Martin, III

Ms. Tiffany Morris

Ms. Sheila Penn-Foster

Sen. & Mrs. Alexander P. Sands, III

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn L. Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Roger W. Mulligan

Mr. & Mrs. Rodney S. Phibbs

Ms. Lorene J. Sands

Ms. Kathy W. Martin

Mr. Mike Murphy

Ms. Betty Phillips

Mr. James Scales

Mr. & Mrs. Tony Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Rick Murray

Ms. Beverly Pickard

Ms. Elizabeth Scott

Ms. Wendy Collins Martin

Ms. Donata Nelson

Mr. William W. Pierson

Mr. & Mrs. James C. Setliff

Mr. & Mrs. John Mason

Mr. Charles H. Nichols

Ms. Andra Pinnix

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Sharrow

Ms. Karen S. Mason

Ms. Erica Norris

Ms. Kathleen Powell

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Dale Shelton

Ms. Christy Massey

Mrs. Elizabeth Ogburn

Mr. Bill Price

Ms. Kimberly Shireman

Mrs. Adilee Matherly

Mr. & Mrs. Bradley T. Osborne

Dr. Penne Prigge

Ms. Donna Shumate

Mr. & Mrs. Allen D. McBride

Mrs. Margaret R. O’Steen

Mrs. Lynn Pruitt

Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Ray Smith

Mr. & Mrs. John W. McCollum

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Page

Mrs. Edith G. Purgason

Ms. Lou Smith

Ms. Laurie McCollum

Mr. G. Bethel Page

Mr. Herbert L. Purgason

Ms. Marilyn L. Smith

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RCC Foundation Gift Clubs FRIENDS CLUB (continued) Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Smith

Ms. Kimberley Thompson

Ms. Marlene Whisman

Flynn Furniture Company

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Anthony Smithwick

Mrs. Ola Throckmorton

Dr. & Mrs. Robert R. Whitley

Neat Feet Hosiery, Inc..

Mr. & Mrs. Ira L. Tilley

Ms. Kathy Whitt

Nick’s Food Mart

Mr. & Mrs. Will Soyars

Mr. & Mrs. Deryl W. Torbert

Mr. & Mrs. Robert I. Wilkerson

Shelton’s Lawn & Garden

Ms. Sandra Speaks

Mrs. Dorothy P. Trent

Ms. Kaye P. Willard

Travel Consultants, Inc.

Ms. Kathy Stanley

Mr. & Mrs. W. Clark Turner

Mrs. Betty Williams

VC Ice Company

Mr. Richard Arlen Steele

Edward & Patricia Tweedy

Ms. Deborah W. Williams

Wall Lumber Company

Mr. T. Dixon Stilwell

Ms. Leigh Tysor

Ms. Mary L. Williamson

The Honorable & Mrs. Rick Stone

Ms. Louise Uziel

Ms. Margaret S. Willis

Western Rockingham Family Medicine

Ms. Annie Mae Strader

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Vanhoy

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Willis

CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS

Ms. Dana Strader

Mr. & Mrs. Tony W. Varner

Mr. & Mrs. James T. Wilson

Ayersville Ruritan Club

Mr. Percy Strader

Mr. & Mrs. Joe M. Walker, Jr.

Ms. Pete Witty

Ms. Sandra K. Strader

Mr. Charlie Wall

Mr. & Mrs. William Wood

Happy Home Extension Homemaker’s Club

Mrs. Brenda Strickland

Ms. Cheryl Walsh

Mr. Ben Wooster

Ms. Brenda Summerlin

Ms. Gail W. Watford

Mr. Dickie Wray

Ms. Lynne Ellen Swaine

Mr. & Mrs. Bill T. Watkins

Mrs. Marie Talbott

Mr. & Mrs. Neill Watson

Mr. Jerry S. Talley

Ms. Dorothy J. Watts

Ms. Janice Tate

Ms. Cristy Waugh-Ellis

Ms. Robin Thacker

Mr. James F. Waynick

Ms. Angelika Thomas

Ms. Fayia Weatherly

Bookkeeping Plus Professional Services

Mrs. Alton W. Thompson

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Welch

Carriage House Powell Properties

Mr. & Mrs. George A. Thompson

Mr. William N. Wells Jr.

Conner Appraisal Services

Hickory Grove United Methodist Men

BUSINESSES/CORPORATIONS Beroth Tire & Auto of Madison, Inc. Blue Sky Realty, Inc. Bob’s Restaurant

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RCC Foundation, Inc. IS YOUR NAME MISSING?

2009-10 RCC Foundation grants Arts Professionalism Travel Scholarships Child Care Tuition Scholarship Program Creative Writing Class Literary Magazine Cultural Events Series “Eaglemania” 2009 Instructional Materials “Eaglemania” Food Service and Marketing Materials Employee/Public Relations Funding Excellence in Teaching/Staff Service Awards Faculty/Staff Professional Development Program GED Graduate Scholarships Intercollegiate Athletics Program Nursing Students “The L.I.N.K.” Mentoring Project Peer Tutorial Programs RCC Foundation Scholars Program RCC Marketing Enhancement Research RCC Student Welcome and Orientation Programs RCC Wellness Program Rockingham County Historical Collections Spanish Lauguage Cultural Immersion Class Student Aid Grant Program Student Work-Study Program

Total Grant

$ 750 $ 12,000 $ 500 $ 13,500 $ 600 $ 500 $ 12,000 $ 1,500 $ 2,000 $ 3,600 $ 15,500 $ 350 $ 17,550 $ 12,000 $ 8,000 $ 2,000 $ 500 $ 26,262 $ 2,000 $ 12,000 $ 8,500

This report lists contributions received between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010. If you made a gift during the 2009-2010 fiscal year and your name is not included in this report, we apologize! Please contact the RCC Development Office at 336-342-4261, ext. 2201 and we will be glad to make needed corrections. Gifts received after June 30, 2010 will be acknowledged in next year’s Foundation Report. As always, we are very grateful for the generosity of our donors!

$151,612 “Celebrating 40 years of changing lives through education.”

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2010 Annual Report  

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