Changing Lives Celebration Committee: September Meeting Dates


“One of the important things for me to say is thanks to all the professors and the staff because they changed my life and contributed enormously to the person I am today. I owe a whole lot to those professors who dedicated so much of their time and effort to bringing out the best in students.”

Pedro E. Segarra, Mayor of Hartford.  Alumnus of Capital Community College and founding member LASA, Capital’s Latino student organization  (from the 2005 Changing Lives program)

The Changing Lives Celebration Committee will meet Wednesdays in September at 4 p.m.  The dates are 9/8, 9/15 and 9/22. To attend and or volunteer call the College Advancement office a 860-906-5102.

The Changing Lives Celebration is an occasion to honor our students and alumni for their tenacity, courage and hard work, and to recognize our corporate and community partners for helping us promote student success and educational opportunity. Success stories shared at the Changing Lives Celebration inspire potential students from under-represented groups to pursue their dreams of higher education.

The Changing Lives Celebration will be held at Centinel Hill Hall auditorium, a landmark community gathering place that remains from the historic G. Fox & Company building, 950 Main Street, Hartford.

Individual tickets available at $100 (donor level) and $50 (friend level). Program advertising is welcome. Sponsor packages are available starting at $2,500 including group tickets, campus and program recognition.
Join us on November 3rd at Capital Community College!

To attend the committee meeting and/or for ticket, auction and sponsor information contact the Advancement office  860-906-5102  or reply to CA-foundation@ccc.commnet.edu

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