One hefty check


The Purse Reverse Committee presented a check in the amount of $13,500 to the Four County Career Center Endowment Fund, which is part of the Bryan Area Foundation. Shown during the check presentation are, from left, Rick Hupe, representing the Endowment Committee; Jack Brace, CEO/president of the Bryan Area Foundation; Tami Kunesh, representing the Purse Reverse Committee; and Tim Meister, FCCC superintendent. All of the funds collected through the Endowment Fund support students through financial assistance so they can attend the career center. This assistance is available throughout the school year in the form of scholarships, program needs, senior projects, and other educational needs.


The Purse Reverse Committee presented a check in the amount of $13,500 to the Four County Career Center Endowment Fund, which is part of the Bryan Area Foundation. Shown during the check presentation are, from left, Rick Hupe, representing the Endowment Committee; Jack Brace, CEO/president of the Bryan Area Foundation; Tami Kunesh, representing the Purse Reverse Committee; and Tim Meister, FCCC superintendent. All of the funds collected through the Endowment Fund support students through financial assistance so they can attend the career center. This assistance is available throughout the school year in the form of scholarships, program needs, senior projects, and other educational needs.

The Purse Reverse Committee presented a check in the amount of $13,500 to the Four County Career Center Endowment Fund, which is part of the Bryan Area Foundation. Shown during the check presentation are, from left, Rick Hupe, representing the Endowment Committee; Jack Brace, CEO/president of the Bryan Area Foundation; Tami Kunesh, representing the Purse Reverse Committee; and Tim Meister, FCCC superintendent. All of the funds collected through the Endowment Fund support students through financial assistance so they can attend the career center. This assistance is available throughout the school year in the form of scholarships, program needs, senior projects, and other educational needs.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2016/03/web1_fccc-endowment.jpgThe Purse Reverse Committee presented a check in the amount of $13,500 to the Four County Career Center Endowment Fund, which is part of the Bryan Area Foundation. Shown during the check presentation are, from left, Rick Hupe, representing the Endowment Committee; Jack Brace, CEO/president of the Bryan Area Foundation; Tami Kunesh, representing the Purse Reverse Committee; and Tim Meister, FCCC superintendent. All of the funds collected through the Endowment Fund support students through financial assistance so they can attend the career center. This assistance is available throughout the school year in the form of scholarships, program needs, senior projects, and other educational needs.
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