BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED SIGNING ON: The Beaufort County Committee of 100 recently contributed $1,000 to the campaign mounted by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to build a digital sign at the front of the campus along U.S. Highway 264. The sign will provide information about campus events, star students, services offered, job fairs, registrations, new programs and warnings during severe weather or other emergencies. On hand for the check presentation were (second from right) committee President Dick Barber and member Lentz Stowe (right), who presented the check to BCCC President Barbara Tansey (second from left) as foundation Director Judy Jennette displays a rendering of the proposed sign by architect John Farkas.

BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED
SIGNING ON: The Beaufort County Committee of 100 recently contributed $1,000 to the campaign mounted by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to build a digital sign at the front of the campus along U.S. Highway 264. The sign will provide information about campus events, star students, services offered, job fairs, registrations, new programs and warnings during severe weather or other emergencies. On hand for the check presentation were (second from right) committee President Dick Barber and member Lentz Stowe (right), who presented the check to BCCC President Barbara Tansey (second from left) as foundation Director Judy Jennette displays a rendering of the proposed sign by architect John Farkas.

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Published 5:22pm Wednesday, January 1, 2014

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