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[NCCORD] Hurricane update

Adrienne Northington awnorthington at waynecc.edu
Wed Oct 12 16:47:36 EDT 2016
Wayne Community is closed for the week....the campus had little damage but the county is experiencing widespread flooding and power outages! Keep our residents in your thoughts and prayers!

Adrienne 

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> On Oct 12, 2016, at 2:59 PM, Emily Hare <ehare379 at cccc.edu> wrote:
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> CCCC is finally back up and running.  Power was finally restored to all of our campuses yesterday.  We still have many in our area without power or water.  Prayers to everyone involved. 
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>> On Wednesday, October 12, 2016, Carolyn Rhode <Carolyn.Rhode at alamancecc.edu> wrote:
>> NC CORD friends, especially those down east,
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>> How our are down east colleagues doing?  Are your colleges closed?  How are conditions on your campus and in your community?  We are thinking of you and sending prayers from relatively high and dry Alamance County and parts west. 
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>> Carolyn
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>> Feel joy and satisfaction to know your time, talent and treasure have made a difference to ACC students! 
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>> Carolyn Rhode
>> Executive Director, Alamance Community College Foundation
>> Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Alamance Community College
>> Post Office Box 8000
>> Graham, NC 27253
>> 336-506-4128
>> fax: 336-506-4020
>> email: carolyn.rhode at alamancecc.edu
>> Facebook: Alamance Community College Foundation
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> .... that Central Carolina Community College has awarded about 30,000 degrees, diplomas, and certificates since 1964? 
> ....that local CCCC alumni contribute $192 million in income to the Service Area economy, equivalent to creating 3,872 new jobs? 
> .... that CCCC’s graduation rate ranks in the top 10% of all NC community colleges?
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