July President’s recognition report

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Julie recognized before the Board of Education the following colleagues for recent contributions to Chemeketa and to their professions –

Thanks to the following staff who volunteered 4.5 hours at an Oregon Garden fundraising event on June 16: Adriana Barrera, Megan Cogswell, Amy Early, Melissa Frey, Kelley Gembala, Manuel Guerra, Johnny Mack, Heather Misener, Chris Nelson, Holly Nelson, Leslie Roache, Marshall Roache, and Eme Smith.

Rebecca Bolante, Rebecca Hillyer and Bill Kohlmeyer developed and facilitated two threat assessment trainings dedicated to the prevention of, reaction to, and recovery from, targeted violence and disasters. The first was at Leeward Community College and University of Hawaii in Pearl City, Hawaii, on May 26 and 27; the second was at Century College and Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota on July 19 and 20.

Johnny Mack and Marshall and Leslie Roache completed the Black Butte Sprint Triathlon on July 2. This included an 800 meter swim, 20 kilometer bike and 5 kilometer trail run. They were cheered on by Adam Mennig and Chris and Holly Nelson.

Jon Tucker, director of Corrections Education, was the keynote speaker at the Marion County Parole and Probation Appreciation Week BBQ on July 20 at the Marion County Transition Center.

Lynn Irvin, executive assistant for College Support Services, helped organize the American Association of Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) Summer Conference that was held at Salishan on July 20.