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[NCCORD] Hurricane update

Jeanne M Kennedy jmkennedy48 at lenoircc.edu
Thu Oct 13 12:54:44 EDT 2016
Lenoir County is bracing for additional flood water. The Neuse River is expected to crest some where between 29 and 30 feet on Saturday. Hurricane Floyd flood waters reached 27 feet. Highway 70 is closed as well as Highway 11 South, Highway 58 South, and Highway 55. Several roads have huge sinkholes. Lenoir Community College is a Red Cross shelter. Several of our employees have been evacuated from their homes and one has lost his home and vehicle. I can only image how the water is impacting our students. It is devastating. Please keep our residents in your prayers. My prayers are with Robeson County too!

On Oct 13, 2016 9:15 AM, LORNA RICOTTA <ricottal at faytechcc.edu> wrote:
FTCC remains closed this week.  Our friends in Robeson County (my original hometown) are devastated. Officials announced this morning  to expect 2-4 more weeks without water.  The water distribution plant is under water and a host of other issues impedes access to clean water.  Folks have not showered in days and drinking water is scarce, though there are daily deliveries. FEMA is there.  They will accept all donations of water if areas west of us want to organize a drive and deliver.  Shelters in Robeson County are full of people who have lost their homes, business, cars.  All prayers and supported are greatly appreciated.



Lorna Ricotta, MBA
Executive Director
Fayetteville Technical Community College Foundation
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>>> Emily Hare <ehare379 at cccc.edu> 10/12/16 2:59 PM >>>
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.

On Wednesday, October 12, 2016, Carolyn Rhode <Carolyn.Rhode at alamancecc.edu<mailto:Carolyn.Rhode at alamancecc.edu>> wrote:
NC CORD friends, especially those down east,

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.


Feel joy and satisfaction to know your time, talent and treasure have made a difference to ACC students!

Carolyn Rhode
Executive Director, Alamance Community College Foundation
Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Alamance Community College
Post Office Box 8000
Graham, NC 27253
fax: 336-506-4020
email: carolyn.rhode at alamancecc.edu
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Emily Hare
Executive Director
CCCC Foundation
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NC CORD - President

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.... that Central Carolina Community College has awarded about 30,000 degrees, diplomas, and certificates since 1964?

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.... that CCCC’s graduation rate ranks in the top 10% of all NC community colleges?

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