Thursday, May 29, 2014

Strawberry Fields Forever

Lou Robinson and Carolyn Hunter
No one could have predicted the extreme success of the Beatles when they invaded America in 1964, nor the impact that TTC would have on economic development in the Lowcountry when its doors opened the same year. 

But guests at the Legacy Society Luncheon held on May 21 were definitely celebrating both!

The purpose of the 2nd annual event was to honor 30 Legacy Society members for their commitment to support the foundation through wills, annuities, life insurance policies, etc.  The members consist of college employees and retirees, foundation board members, college Area Commissioners and other special friends.

Guests donned brightly-colored peace specs and enjoyed a Beatles-themed lunch in honor of both the college’s and the Beatles’ 50th anniversary.  President Mary Thornley asked members of the Legacy Society to share why they support the foundation through the Legacy Society and how they hope to see TTC grow over the next 50 years. 

All of the members are looking forward to TTC continuing to be at the forefront of education in the Lowcountry and providing a quality and affordable education to everyone that has the desire to pursue it.   

The Trident Technical College Foundation is committed to creating community investments today for tomorrow’s workforce, and looking ahead to the next 50 years.

L to R: seated: Tiffany Vazquez, Karen McMillan, Sis Marshall, Mary Thornley, 
Anita Zucker, Betsy Bamberg, Robin Bowers.  Standing: Keith Rumrill, Jimmy 
Bagwell, Linda Kalameja, Skip Godow, Skeet Godow, Andrea Limehouse, Carolyn 
Hunter, Pam Pearce, Lou Robinson, Kim Sturgeon

Learn more about the Legacy Society

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