ANOTHER DONATION FOR COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE’S STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER

ANOTHER DONATION FOR COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE’S STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER

Copper Mountain College’s Christine Proudfoot Student Activity Center has received another generous donation from a Morongo Basin resident. Retired Marine Colonel Bud Garret’s donation of $25,000 will allow for the design and designation of an area in the Center to be named “Bud and Betty’s Place for Veterans” and will be a special place for those who have served in the armed forces. About 8 percent of CMC students are military veterans. The Christine Proudfoot Student Activity Center, which will provide a gathering place for students, still needs about $220,000 to meet its goal of $500,000. For more information about the student center, or to make a donation, call 760-366-3791 extension 4200, or go online to www.cmccd.edu/Foundation.

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