Harmon, Odle and Marketing Dept. honored

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The good people and good work of Chemeketa were recently recognized through regional and national awards –

Jeannie Odle in the Office of the President won the Association of Community College Trustees Board Staff Member of the Year award at their national conference last Friday night.

Jeannie1Jeannie reacts as the news breaks and Board member Betsy Earls offers up a high-five 

Jeannie2Jeannie quickly composes herself…

Jeannie3…and receives the top honor with poise and grace.

At their Freedom Fund banquet held at Chemeketa Eola last Saturday night, the Salem-Keizer NAACP honored Chemeketa sociology instructor Millie Harmon for her decades of influence in the classroom and community.

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Harmon was the first African-American faculty member at Chemeketa.

 The Chemeketa marketing team brought home two top prizes at the regional conference of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations last month.

They were recognized for best original photography by Terri Jacobson.

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And best TV commercials –