“Helping those who are helping themselves through education is so worthwhile. Please join us.

” — Carolyn Rhode

Alamance Community College Foundation, Inc. Post Office Box 8000 Graham, NC 27253-8000

The opportunities provided by growth The opportunities provided by growth

Annual Report 2009–2010 Annual Report 2009–2010

Board President
The ACC Mission
Alamance Community College promotes an

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open door to high quality education and learning. Central to this mission is the belief in the unique worth, value and dignity of each human being. Accordingly, Alamance Community College strives to help people realize their potential and attain an education that is personally meaningful, relevant to the needs of the community and state, and responsible to significant global trends.

We

We’ve all read the discouraging headlines: “Economic Growth at a Standstill,” “Unemployment Rate Continues to Climb,” and “Possibility of a Double Dip Recession Looms.” Yet these tough economic times did not deter those of you who believe in higher education and helping students in financial need from making this year’s Alamance Community College Foundation fund drive one of the most successful ever!

Our Pledge
The Alamance Community College Foundation guarantees that tuition

assistance will be provided to any qualified ACC student with a documented financial need.

As an alumnus of ACC, I have never been as proud of my alma mater, and the people in our community who believe in and support it with their hard-earned dollars, than I am at this moment. With the decline in textile and manufacturing jobs in Alamance County, many of our neighbors formerly employed in these industries have turned to ACC to prepare for new careers or obtain new skills. It would be impossible for some of these individuals to attend ACC without the financial support provided by the ACC Foundation. Our faculty and staff have risen to the occasion to meet this demand, offering more classes at nontraditional times—some starting as early as 7 AM—to meet the needs of our growing student enrollment. What an asset ACC is to our community! We are blessed beyond measure to have quality administrators, highly capable instructors, and committed support personnel who strive to create and maintain an environment conducive to learning. We are also blessed to have generous and caring contributors like you, whose financial support of the Foundation and its mission remains strong despite the difficult economic times. With all this going for us, it is easy to see why ACC now ranks among the top 15 community colleges, in North Carolina, based on enrollment.. Thanks for everything you do for ACC, the Foundation, and for helping to make the dreams of many students come true.

Table of Contents
ACCF Board President’s Message…1 ACC President’s Message…2 2009–2010 Ambassadors…4 Celebration of Excellence…6 ACC Retiree Campaign…7 ACC Retirees…8 ACCF Titan Society…19 ACCF Executive Director Message…22 9…Financial Highlight 10…Gifts Received 14…Endowed Funds 16…Gifts In Memory of/by 18…Gifts In Honor of/by 20…Grants Awarded 21…Ways to Give 24…2009–2010 Board of Directors

Aaron P. Noble, Jr., Ed.D. Human Resources Director, City of Burlington Board President, ACC Foundation, 2010–2011

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Profiles
Chandler Concrete Named 2009 ACC Business Partner of the Year
Chandler Concrete Company was presented with the 2009 Business Partner of the Year Award by the Alamance Community College Foundation at the Leadership Breakfast in December 2009. The award recognizes area businesses that provide outstanding support to ACC students and employees. Chandler Concrete Company has shown great support of the College, the ACC Foundation, and the ACC Residential Carpentry program. Chandler Concrete’s contributions to ACC include: • Ted Chandler, President of Chandler Concrete, has been a member of the ACC Foundation Board of Directors since 2000. He served as president of the ACCF Board from 2003–2005, and has acted as Planned Giving Committee Chair and Investment Committee Chair. • Chandler Concrete has been a faithful donor to the ACC Foundation since 1983, with cash gifts totaling more than $70,000. In 2008, the company donated $50,000 for the Anniversary Campaign and earned recognition with the naming of the Business Technologies/Industrial and Graphics Technologies Division Suite in its honor. • As a major benefactor of ACC’s Residential Carpentry program, Chandler has contributed more than $20,000 in materials for use in construction projects. Chandler has further supported ACC by utilizing the educational services to train its staff. All Chandler employees have been trained in team building; selected staff received special computer keyboard training; and Chandler has utilized business specialists as lecturers at staff retreats through ACC’s Business and Industry Services. Chandler Concrete utilized the services of ACC’s Business and Industry Services for CDL Driving School to train its concrete truck drivers. Ten students went through a 35-hour program on ACC’s Graham campus in 2005.

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With local unemployment rates remaining at historically high levels for the entire 2009–10 college year, students continued to pour into ACC classes looking to find new skills to make reentry into the local workforce a possibility. Alamance Community College, the last safety net for those destined to stand in the unemployment line, met the challenge to find classes and faculty to assist the record number of students attending. Without the generous financial support of the ACC Foundation, it would have been virtually impossible to meet many students’ needs for financial assistance. With tuition increases and enrollment growth, the task of helping more students find more funds to attend ACC has been daunting. Without the overwhelming positive financial support shown by local businesses/industries and individuals, we simply could not have done what we did. When times got tough, our base of support for the College and Foundation came through strongly. Unfortunately, conditions have not improved to the extent we can see an end to double digit unemployment. The dedicated members of the ACC Foundation Board of Directors continue to seek funds to meet student demands. And, for this diligence, we are so very thankful. Our faculty and staff also understand the struggle to assist students, and they, too, have increased their giving during these difficult times. With more than 95% of all full-time employees contributing to the Foundation this past year, I know they comprehend the importance of the Foundation’s support for students. Again, we are indebted to so many people who give so freely of their financial resources and energies to help make Alamance Community College and the Foundation the jewels they are. Thank you seems so trivial at times, but it is meant sincerely.

Chandler Concrete presentation included (l-r) Wally Shearin, Associate Dean of Industrial and Graphics Technologies; ACC Foundation 2009 President Jerry Bailey; Chandler Concrete President Ted Chandler; Tom Chandler; and Bob Chandler.

Martin H. Nadelman, Ed.D. President, Alamance Community College

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Ambassadors

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Crystal Graves is a lifelong resident of Burlington and a Williams High School alumna. Crystal has been inspired through her volunteer work with autistic children. When she transfers to UNC-Greensboro, she plans to blend the majors of special education and information systems. Vicky James-Jones is a wife and busy mother of four children. She plans to transfer to UNC-Greensboro to complete her elementary education degree. At ACC Vicky has been recognized as a Dean’s List student, an ACC Marshal, and is a member of the Spanish Club. Vicky chose ACC because many of her family members have preceded her at ACC and she saw the quality of education each of them received. Before entering the ACC Culinary program, James Kimrey worked as a land surveyor before his job was eliminated. It was then he decided to study something he loved. He chose ACC because after researching culinary schools, he learned ACC had one of the best programs in the state. Eventually James plans to open a fine dining restaurant.
Front row, left to right—Jamie Seals, Sara Ambriz, Crystal Graves, Vicky James-Jones, James Kimrey. Back row, left to right—Andrew Rogers, Brian Gallagher, Acie Vanhooke, Latisha Richmond, Steve Smith. Not pictured—Heather Seifert

Currently enrolled in the Medical Assisting program, Latisha Richmond previously earned an associate degree in Business Administration from ACC. Latisha is very involved in her church and being a mom to her young daughter. In addition, Latisha is a member of Phi Theta Kappa honor society, Phi Beta Lambda professional society, and served as the vice president of the Medical Assisting Club. Andrew Rogers is a recent graduate of Eastern Alamance High School. He chose ACC because of the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration program. He is currently a shift manager at Bojangles in Mebane. When Andrew graduates from ACC, he plans to be an HVAC technician with the goal of owning his own business. Jamie Seals started her ACC experience at 16 as a dual-enrolled, home-schooled high school student. At ACC, Jamie was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and served as president of the Spanish Club. Jamie will transfer to a four-year university in 2010 to study biology. Her plan is to become a physician’s assistant. Heather Seifert joined the 2009–2010 Ambassadors in January 2010. Heather holds a masters degree from Valdosta State. Heather has served as executive director of several non-profit preservation foundations in Oklahoma City, Greensboro and Atlanta. She graduated from the Horticulture Technology program in July 2010. Steve Smith retired from the US Army after serving in Iraq. He subsequently enrolled at ACC after learning about its high quality Horticulture Technology program. He has served as the Flora Club president, as a Student Government Association representative and as a student worker in the Horticulture Technology program. He is currently building a home in Caswell County. Acie Vanhooke is the proud father of a 12-year old daughter. He received an Associate in Arts degree from ACC in July 2009 and now is seeking an Associate in Science degree. Acie plans to transfer to Greensboro College. Acie has been recognized on the President’s List and graduated from the Minority Male Mentoring Program.

The Alamance Community College Ambassadors are a group of exemplary students who serve as representatives of the College at events both on and off campus. This program began 23 years ago in 1987.
For more than two decades, ACC Ambassadors have: • Helped welcome guests and new students to campus • Served as spokespersons for the Foundation and the College • Reached out to past students through the Alumni Phonathon • Developed enhanced leadership skills through their service.

The 2009–2010 Ambassadors class:
Sara Ambriz, originally from Mexico, now lives in Alamance County. She is employed as a support professional for a home health care company. Sara chose healthcare with the goal of becoming a traveling nurse. She enjoys making a difference in the lives of others. Sara is a member of Sigma Psi, was a Dean’s List student and served as an ACC Marshal. Sara graduated in July 2010. Brian Gallagher is a graduate of Western Alamance High School. After working for several years in machining, he decided to work toward his associate’s degree at ACC. Brian is considering transferring to UNC-Chapel Hill to study bioengineering or NC State to study engineering. Brian feels ACC will prepare him for whichever road he chooses. Brian will graduate in Summer 2011.

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Of Excellence

Celebration

2010 Distinguished Alumna
The ACC Retiree Campaign provides an opportunity for retirees and former employees of Alamance Community College to support current and future ACC students as they achieve their educational goals.

Retiree’s Campaign

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Sharon Thompson earned an Associate in Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice Technology from ACC in 1978, later adding a Bachelor of Science from Shaw University and a Master of Education from NC State University. Thompson spent 11 years in law enforcement with the Town of Chapel Hill and City of Durham. Over the years, she increased her responsibilities and challenges: Director of the BLET (Basic Law Enforcement Training) program at Durham Technical Community College; Assistant Director, Community Policing with the Governor’s Crime Commission; Deputy Director of Public Safety at NC State University; and Training & Evaluation Coordinator with the NC Partnership for Children. From 1999–2006, she worked for the NC Community College System Office as a consultant and program auditor, where she wrote statewide policies and developed numerous education and training programs at the local, regional, and state level. Today, Thompson serves as Vice President for Academic Services at Brunswick Community College. There, she has initiated new academic programs in Biotechnology, Accounting, Surveying Technology and Lateral Entry Teacher Education. Under her leadership, the Brunswick Community College Tech Prep Program partnership with Brunswick County Schools won four state and two national awards for excellence. Thompson also volunteers with Relay for Life, the local food bank and her church. ———————————————————————————

We are seeking 20 retirees and former employees to make commitments of $1,000, payable over four years. Those 20 (or more) donors will create an endowed fund that will generate an estimated $1,000 or more annually to help support ACC students.

ACC Retiree Campaign Donors
Anonymous Susan Abernethy and Dennis Rasmussen Nancy and Charles Bateman Glenda and Richard Blue Wayne and Deborah Bowery Gil and Becky Dodson Janyth and Channing Fredrickson Laura Gorham Chester and Ann Honeycutt Suella Klug Ted and Mary Ann Lake Suzanne and Tom Lucier Sandi and Robert Moulton Jim Parks Dave Turnage Vicki Wilson Ben and Claire Wolverton Chester Honeycutt, retired ACC Horticulture Technology Department Head and Kitty Hupman, alumna representing the first horticulture graduating class. In April 2010, the Horticulture Department held an alumni reunion, inviting graduates from as far back as 1991.

2010 Inspiration Award
Fern Perkins was a high school drop-out who earned her GED from ACC, going on to make education her career choice. Her journey began while taking several university transfer classes at ACC, particularly inspired by instructor Gail Galbraith’s biology lab. That ultimately led her to a Bachelor of Science degree (magna cum laude) at Appalachian State University, doublemajoring in ecology/environmental biology and Spanish. She was the first in her family to earn a bachelor’s degree, and later added a Master of Science in Biology from ASU. Currently teaching at Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute and ASU, Perkins also volunteers with a Latino outreach organization and at the Boone area local foods chapter. Perkins says her experience at ACC taught her that education is the best tool for making the world a better place. ——————————————————————————— Other nominees for the Distinguished Alumni Award were: Renee Ward, Deputy Clerk for the City of Burlington Jacqueline Cobb, Certified Medical Assistant at UNC Healthcare Systems Angela Qualls, Assistant Register of Deeds for Alamance County, and Dawn Shamp, North Carolina novelist.

The ACC Foundation thanks these former employees who continue to help students reach their educational dreams.

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Retirees

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Nine employees retired from ACC in 2009–2010.
We acknowledge them and their years of service. Not pictured: Rick Pickard – 21 years, Alan Burgess – 15 years

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Sources of Support for 2009–2010*
Endowment contributions Restricted contributions Unrestricted contributions Gain on investments $77,314 $59,486 $450,042 $629,254 $1,216,096

Consolidated

Programs and Expenses for 2009–2010* Jim Parks – 28 years Suzanne Lucier – 23 years
Scholarships Program enhancement activities ACC-provided staff expenses Other financial aid Other $363,097 $166,592 $170,875 $131,311 $36,933 $868,808

State of Activities and Changes in Net Assets
Net assets, July 1, 2009 Sources of support $6,056,060 $586,842 $629,254 ($868,808) $6,403,348

Charles Pressley – 16 years

Nancy Bateman – 6 years

Gains from investments Expenses Net assets, June 30, 2010

New Money Raised
Board of Directors' campaign Scott Family Collection gifts

'09–'10
$424,910 $19,405 $27,777 $39,675 $21,653 $44,761 $56,562 $634,743

'08–'09*
$351,413 $17,260 $26,713 $146,401 $43,653 $41,595 $102,966 $730,001

Doris Schomberg – 32 years

Ambassador phonathons plus direct mail Foundation office and bequests Memorial and honor gifts Campus fund drives Non-cash gifts

Carol Pettigrew – 21 years

Ann Cutter – 1 year at ACC after many years at Randolph CC.

Total
*Includes $100,000 bequest.

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Carolyn Rhode* and Mark Tosczak (A) Robinett Enterprises / Great Clips for Hair Burlington Brands, Inc. Burlington Woman's Club, Inc. Dr. Roslyn M. Crisp Ms. Susan Dalton* Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss (A) (R) and Mr. Gary Doss Mr. David Eisenberg Engineered Controls International Mr. and Mrs. R. Jack Hallberg HBS Financial Advisors Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hooks Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Juengel III Knit-Wear Fabrics, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. LeGrand Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Lindley Mr. and Mrs. Reginald J. Lipscomb, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George McBane Mr. & Mrs. Owen R. McKenzie Jr. Dr. Aaron P. Noble, Jr. (A) North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association, Inc. Jack O'Kelley Sertoma Club Mr. Robert and Dr. Sarah Olenick Mr. and Mrs. David C. Parker Ms. Rhonda Pierce* Gregory Poole Equipment Company Ms. Jean Proctor* Red Wing Shoes of Durham L.J. Rogers, Jr. Trucking, Inc. Mary (A) and Johnny Schronce Dr. Haifa E. Shahin-Johns* and Dr. Brian A. Johns Mr. Haywood G. Simpson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Small Mr. Ossie O. Spaulding III Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Stadler

Received

Gifts

This list represents gifts received by the ACC Foundation between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010.
Pledges paid after June 30, 2010 will be included in the 2010–2011 Annual Report. Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy. Please direct questions or comments to Carolyn Rhode at 336-506-4128.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Scott Sr. A.O. Smith Twin Lakes Community Alamance Caswell Dental Society Alamance County Medical Group Managers Darrell Allen Body Shop Alley, Williams, Carmen & King, Inc. Altrusa International, Inc. of Chapel Hill Ben and Caroline Ansbacher Armacell LLC AT&T Burlington Civitan Club Burlington Industries Foundation Capital Bank Charitable Foundation Carolina Bank Carolina Hosiery Mills, Inc. David and Tammy Cheek Cox Toyota-Scion Ms. Jane H. Crabbe CT Nassau Corporation Duke Energy Carolinas Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Engineered Plastics, Inc. Follett Higher Education Group Gilliam Coble & Moser, L.L.P. Dr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Harman Mr. and Mrs. (A) Charles R. Harris

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Steinbicker Stout Stuart McGowen & King LLP Mr. Jesse Vaughn, Jr.* (A) Mr. and Mrs. H. Glenn Walker Ms. Michelle Williamson* Mr. and Mrs. Wade Williamson Jr. Women's Hospital of Greensboro

Investor Circle
($250–$499) Four anonymous gifts Mr. Dennis Rasmussen (R) and Ms. Susan Abernethy (R) ACC Flora Club Mr. and Mrs.* Richard Adams Alamance County Mayors' Committee for Persons With Disabilities Ms. Denise Archuleta* Atlantic Sign Media R.H. Barringer Distributing Co. The Baskin Group Ms. Hayvenyer Bigelow* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bilson Mr. and Mrs. Pete Blaetz Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bowery (R) Mr. Fred Bowman Mr. Jeff Bright* Ms. Gail Galbraith Budd (R) and Mr. Gary Budd Burlington Junior Woman's Club Canteen, A Member of Compass Group Century Products, LLC Mr. Laurent Changuion*(R) David and Nan Cooper Mr. and Mrs. John G. Currin Jr. Ms. Suellyn Dalton*(R) Ms. Emma Jean Farrell Ms. Laurie Farrell* (A) Fuller Dental Practice Mrs. Rose Anne Gant Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Gilbert Jr. Mr. and Mrs. (A) Powell W. Glidewell Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gomory Mr. and Mrs. (A) George H. Gray Guzman's Market Mr. & Mrs. Blairton Hampton Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Hargrave Ms. Candy E. Harmon* (A) Mr. Nat T. Harris Mr. & Mrs. Barry T. Holland* (A) Mr. & Mrs. George H. Holt Holt Sublimation Printing & Products Mr. and Mrs. William S. Horn (A) Ms. Carol L. Hudson Ms. Cathy Johnson* Dr. and Mrs. David C. Kowalski Mr. Peter Kracunas* Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Lake (R) Mr. and Mrs. (A) Stan Levengood Living Landscapes Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mauney Ms. Linda McAdams* Mebane Woman's Club, Inc. Mr. & Mrs.* Tim Miles (A) Mr. and Mrs. William D. Moser Jr. (A). Dr. Sandra D. Moulton (R) & Mr. Robert G. Moulton

Haw River Circle Director Circle
($50,000–$100,000) Alamance Regional Medical Center LabCorp ($5,000–$9,999) One anonymous gift* Ametek Aramark BB&T Charitable Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Michael W. Brennan Byrd Family Limited Partnership Carolina Biological Supply Company CenturyLink Dick and Linda Fisher GlaxoSmithKline Hometown Rentals of Virginia, Inc. Liggett Group W.E. Love & Associates, Inc. Mrs. Miriam S. Mayo MidCarolina Bank Murkel Enterprises, LLC; dba McDonald's John and Cathy Kimmel, Owners National Agents Alliance Mr. Kirk Puckett* Al and Candace Rey (A) Dr. Mark Reynolds Smith Family Foundation SunTrust Bank TAPCO Underwriters, Inc. Wachovia Foundation Russell and Rosella Wilson

Nicole George
Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Hemric, Jr. Herb Society of America, North Carolina Unit Hickory Farms Mr. Frank S. Holt III Home Loving Senior Care, Inc. Honda Aero, Inc. Honey Electric Solar, Inc. Mr. Chad Huggins* (A) IndTool, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ingold International Family Clinic Local Government Federal Credit Union Lowe Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. Lowe's Home Improvement Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. Mrs. Barbara May McNeely Mebane Business Association Carole and Sam Moore Jimmy and Brenda Moser Martin* and Susan Nadelman Mr. and Mrs. Jan-Erik B. Nordh Nypro Mebane Mr. A. H. Patterson, Jr. PIP Printing and Marketing Services, Burlington Mr. and Mrs. H. Keith Porter (A) Jacqueline Garrison and William Council Powell The Elwood Prater Scholarship Fund of The Alamance Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax Reynolds

Torrey Hightower
Samet Corporation Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwin Scott Dr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Scott Shane and Carolyn Sharpe Mr. Richard H. Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Bradford T. Smith Justin* and Jessica Snyder Somers-Pardue Agency Mr. and Mrs. Derek Steed Glendel and Pat Stephenson Stiles Machinery, Inc. Robert and Leonorah Stout Ron and Barbara Sturgill Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Styrcula Technical Precision Plastics, Inc. Truliant Federal Credit Union Trust Company of the South Mr. F. Dave Turnage (R) Robert Lee Pate, III VFW Post 10607 Wal-Mart - Mebane Store Watson Electrical Construction Co. LLC Wesley Long Community Hospital Wishart, Norris, Henninger & Pittman, PA

Ambassador Circle
($25,000–$49,999) Cathy and Reid Dusenberry (A) Glen Raven, Inc. Partners in Education ($10,000–$24,999) Chandler Concrete Company, Inc. Hayden-Harman Foundation Honda Power Equipment Manufacturing, Inc. Kernodle Clinic Mr. Jack R. Overacre, Jr. (A) Dr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Powell (A) Sandvik Tooling

Alamance Circle
($1,000–$4,999) One anonymous gift 1st Savings and Loan Association Ms. Mary Jo Abernethy ACC Student Government Association Kaye Acton* A-dec

Leadership Circle
($500–$999) Two anonymous gifts Alamance Breakfast Rotary Club Alamance Chiropractic Apple, Bell, Johnson & Co., PA Ms. Christine Baker Ms. Joanna L. Brownstein and Ms. Carolyn Harley

Thomas Hamby

Meisha Kingsbury

Jena Brady

Juan Upegui

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Olde Forest Racquet Club Mr. & Mrs (A). Floy T. Oldham Mr. and Mrs. Scott Overton Dr. J. Robert Owen* Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Payne Ms. Kim Peterson* Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Phipps LaRosa Pinnix-Bailey, DDS Pro Feet, Inc. Proponent Federal Credit Union Ms. Donna Pruitt* (A) Mr. Scott T. Queen* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Rhode Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhodes (R) Mr. & Mrs. (A) Franklin R. Rhue David and Sue Rich Ms. Joanna Roberts* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Ross (A) Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Saffelle Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Savage Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schley Ms. Rebecca Schoeneck* Doris (R) and David Schomberg Dr. and Mrs. Charles K. Scott Mr. Henry Scott & Dr. Gilda C. Scott Mrs. Jessie Rae Scott Mr. and Mrs. W. David Sellers Mr. Wallace Shearin* Dick Shirley Chevrolet, Inc. Mr. Ben Shirley* Mr. Daniel Sigmon* Ms. Sherri Singer* Mr. Steve Smith (A) Smitty's Homemade Ice Cream Ms. Connie Stack* Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Stanley* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staton Steinbicker Dentistry

Received (Continued)

Gifts

Ms. Vicki Wilson (A) (R) Dr. and Mrs. John B. Wolverton Jr. (R)

Stakeholders Circle
($100–$249) Seven anonymous gifts Mr. and Mrs. Dale Aaron ACC Medical Assisting Club ACC Phi Theta Kappa ACC Sigma Psi Ms. Amanda Albright*(A) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Amey Dr. Lane S. Anderson III* Betty Andrews Investment Management Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Andrews Appian Digital, Inc. Ms. Milele Archibald* Associated Plumbing Company, Inc. Mr. Brian Bailey* Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. (A) Charles Balog Mr. and Mrs. David J.P. Barber(R) Mr. Rodney Barber*(A) Mr. Richard S. Barfield* Ms. Mary-Charles Barrett* Mr. and Mrs. (R) Charles R. Basa Mr. and Mrs.* David Baskin Dr. Anna Bass Mr. and Mrs. J. William Batey (A) Mr. Craig Batts* (A) Mrs. Rebecca S. Batts* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Batts Ms. Sheila W. Bissette* (A) Dr. and Mrs. G. Walker Blair Mike Blankenship, D.D.S. (A) Mr. Whitman Bolles* Mr. Steve Brewer Brooks Distribution Services Inc. Brookwood Baptist Church Ms. Brenda Brower* Ms. Keitha Buckingham Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Byrd Ms. Cheryl Carden (A) Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Carver (A) Mr. and Mrs. Jennings I. Chandler, III Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cheek (A) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Childress (A) Dr. and Mrs. Clyde J. Christmas

Nall Printing Company Naylor Clinic of Chiropractic & Acupuncture Ms. Linda Orin* Mr. David Parker* Pate Real Estate Prime Personnel Resources Ms. Alisia M. Prince* Randolph Bank RBC Bank Mr. Steven Reinhartsen* Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Rhew (A) Rich and Thompson Funeral & Cremation Service Ms. Margaret Rogers (A) Ms. Elizabeth Solazzo* (A) Dr. and Mrs. Louis V. Sutton Thomas, Chandler & Thomas, LLP Ms. Cynthia B. Thompson*(A) Ms. Patricia B. Tingen* (A) Triangle Office Equipment Mr. & Mrs.* J. Dennis Wade Ms. Cynthia H. West (A)

Ms. Janelle Christopher* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cobb (A) Ms. Brenda Pace-Cohen Mr. Thomas G. Conally* Mr. Erik Conti* Ms. Rebecca P. Corbett* Mr. & Mrs. William F. Covington Mr. David L. Crane* Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford Ms. Peggy S. Cross Ms. Frances Daniel (A) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Davis (A) Ray Deal Law Firm Ms. Alexandra DeSiato* Mr. and Mrs. David E. Detwiler Dodson & Chatman Construction Mr. & Mrs. Ronald F. Driscoll (A) Mr. Lawrence W. Duckworth (A) and Ms. Debra J. Bost Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dula Mr. Michael Dunklebarger* Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Eichinger (A) Mr. Wesley R. Elingburg Elon Philanthropy and Social Change class and student fundraiser Rev. Terry Q. Farmer, Ed.D.* Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Fincannon Mr. William H. Fonville* (A) Foust Fuels Ms. Sebena Foust (A) Ms. Brenda Fowler* Ms. Becky Franks* Ms. Arleen P. Frye* Mr. & Mrs. W. Erwin Fuller, Jr. Ms. K. Anne Gant Mr. & Mrs. William R. Gilliam Ms. Sharon P. Go (A) and Mr. Don Luu

Christina Eller
Ms. Greta H. Gordon Mr. Stephen M. Gronback (A) Mr. John Hall Ms. Kathy Hall* Mr. and Mrs.* James N. Hall Jr. Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald L. Hall Mrs. Carol O. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Harclerode* (A) Mr. Perry Hardison* Mr. Sam Hargrave (A) Ms. Kelli S. Harrell (A) Mr. J. Frank Harris Mr. Michael B. Hatchett (A) Mr. Larry Hawkins (A) Mr. Otha Hawkins* Ms. Lori Heiger* Ms. Anne Helms* (A) Mr. Michael Herring (A) Dr. & Mrs. (A) Edward L. Hines Mr. Floyd Hinshaw, Jr.* Ms. Sandra R. Hinton* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Holt, Jr. Home Instead Senior Care Ms. Margaret Hooper (R)(A) Mrs. Geraldine Horton Mr. & Mrs.*(A) David W. Howell Ms. Beverly Huffines* (A) Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Hughes, Jr. Mr. Stephen T. Hughes Mr. Marc Hunter* (A) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hykes IVARS Sportswear Ms. Virginia Jeffries*(A) Dr. H. G. Jones Ms. Heather Jones (A) Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Joyce (A) Mr. Timothy R. Julian (A) Mr. & Mrs. T. Blake Keller (A)

Tonora Mungo
Mr. Ralph Kerns* Mr. and Mrs. Neill L. Key King Electric Company, Inc. Mr. Joe King Mr. & Mrs. M. Glenn Klutz Sr.* Mr. Richard Kraycirik* (A) Mr. and Dr. Harry C. LeGette Dr. and Mrs. Richard I. Letvak Mrs. Denise Lloyd-Forbes* Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Longest Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Love*(R) Ms. Suzanne Lucier (R) Dr. Thomas Lucier* Ms. Dana G. Lunday* Mr. Ernest Mannella* Ms. Ellen McBane* Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. McCall Ms. Sonya McCook* Neill McLeod Ed.D. Dr. Terry McNeill* Ms. Mary C. Mebane* (R) Men's Garden Club of Burlington Ms. Dorena Miller* (A) Mr. Troy W. Millikan Mr. and Mrs. Merle J. Minor Missionary Ridge Baptist Church Ms. Portia K. Mitchell (A) Mr. Travis Moore (A) Dr. Laila Moustafa* (A) Mr. John Muhammad* Ms. Margie Murray (A) Ms. Darcy T. Naylor (A) and Mr. Hiroko Songer Mr. John Neathery* Mr. Mark Newsome* (A) Ms. Khuan Ng Ms. Sabrina H. Norris* (A) Ms. Kathleen A. O'Keeffe* (A) Mr. Rick Oakley (A)

Ms. Linda Stevens* Ms. Sheila M. Street* Ms. Barbara Strickland (A) Sue Lynn Textiles Ms. Linda Suffron* Mr. and Mrs.* Randy M. Tate Times News Mr. Dan Timmons* Ms. Deborah B. Todd* Touloupas & Touloupas, DDS Dr. Steven E. Troutman (A) Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Van Pelt Ms. Lakeisha Vance* VantageSouth Bank Wade's Jewelers Ms. Sherry A. Wagner* (A) Ms. Mary Wagoner* Mrs. Mary Walker Mr. & Mrs. (A) John E. Watkins Mr. and Mrs. (R) Otto Watson Mr. and Mrs. (A) Frank M. Way Ms. Jeanine Weems* Mr. Bill Welborn* (A) Mr. & Mrs. C. Russell Wheeler (A) Mr. and Mrs. Steve Whitfield Mr. Edward T. Williams* Ms. Nancy A. Williams Mr. Robert H. Windham (R) Mr. & Mrs. William H. Woodruff* Mr. and Mrs. George Workman Workplace Integra Mr. Robert Wright Mr. and Mrs. (A) Warren D. Yarbrough Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan K. Young*

Matching gifts provided by:
AT&T Foundation The Coca-Cola Foundation Covidien GKN Driveline, U.S. Operations GlaxoSmithKline Foundation IBM International Foundation LabCorp Lorillard Tobacco Company LPL Financial Foundation A.O. Smith Wachovia Foundation ——————————

Friends
($1–$99) 415 organizations and individuals gave at this level. See accfoundation.com for a complete list. —————————— *Denotes ACC Employee (R) Denotes ACC Retiree (A) Denotes ACC Alumus/a ——————————
Please let us know if we have missed you in any of these designations. We will update our records. Thank you.

Carla Worth

Iris Long

David Reynolds

Jennifer Jeffries

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Scott Family Collection Endowment Ralph H. and Hazeleene Scott Endowment Carroll Shoffner Partners at Work Endowment E. Faye Simpson Memorial Scholarship Jean Slaughter Memorial Scholarship Karen Wolverton Smell Memorial Scholarship Smith Family Foundation Partners at Work Endowment A.O. Smith Scholarship Mark Isaac Smith Memorial Scholarship* Rudy Smith Memorial Scholarship Renee Snyder Clover Garden Scholarship Charlie and Esther Stadler Endowment B.L. Stewart Culinary Scholarship SunTrust (CCB) Partners at Work Endowment William E. Taylor Scholarship Thompson Family Scholarship Samuel Moses Thornton Memorial Scholarship Triangle Home Health Care, Inc. Endowed Scholarship Jill Troutman Visual Arts Scholarship Twin Lakes Community Scholarship Wachovia Bank Endowment for Student Aid Joe Wheeler/Mike Cross Scholarship Willard & Sibyl White Endowment Rosella Rodgers Wilson Tech Prep Scholarship Wishart Norris Henninger and Pittman, PA Endowment Troy W. Woodard, Sr. Scholarship Wooten Family Scholarship Youths' Friends Association Scholarship in Industrial Technology ————————————————— *Endowments not yet fully funded to the agreed amount. Currently $20,000 is required to initiate an endowment at the ACC Foundation. ————————————————————————

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Vardy & Clara Abernethy Endowed Scholarship* ACC Retirees Scholarship* Nancy J. Adams Culinary Scholarship Alamance County Committee on Civic Affairs Founders Memorial Scholarship Alamance Regional Medical Center Endowed Chair Alamance Regional Medical Center Scholarship Alamance-Caswell Home Builders Association Scholarship Alamance-Caswell Medical Society Alliance Scholarship Alamance-Caswell Medical Society Scholarship Alley Williams Carmen and King Scholarship Alumni Loyalty Scholarship Ambassador Endowment

Bank of America Partners at Work Endowment BB&T Endowment Beach Family Scholarship Roy Blackwell Memorial Scholarship Sara Jo Blair Memorial Nursing Scholarship Helen Brennan Honorary Scholarship Margaret H. Brown Endowment Sandy Brownstein Memorial Criminal Justice Scholarship Jennings M. Bryan, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Ivan Burger Memorial Scholarship Burlington Industries Partners at Work Endowment Burlington Motors, Inc. Partners at Work Endowment Burlington Woman's Club Scholarship Byrd Family Partners at Work Endowment Capital Bank Partners at Work Endowment Carolina Biological Supply Company Scholarship Chandler Concrete Company, Inc. Partners at Work Endowment Vernon Cheek Accounting Scholarship Vic Chisholm Memorial HVAC Scholarship Altrusa Margaret Cooper Memorial Scholarship* Edna DeBerry GED Scholarship* Dixon-Doss Scholarship Ellis-Hall Scholarship First State Savings Bank Partners at Work Endowment C.P. William Fisher and Jean Northrup Fisher Memorial Scholarship Mark Anthony and Annie Futrell Foriest College Scholarship Founders’ Endowment James M. Galbraith Memorial Scholarship

Glen Raven Mills Partners at Work Endowment Graham Lions Club Scholarship Robert J. Graham Scholarship J. Nimrod Harris, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Shake and Eleanor Harris Memorial Scholarship Elizabeth Hayden-Harman Scholarship* Louise Heckman Memorial Nursing Scholarship A. Norman and Bertha G. Herbin Memorial Scholarship* Eda and Ralph Holt Endowment. J. Robert Holt Memorial Scholarship Samuel and Margaret Holton Scholarship* Margaret Hooper Dental Assisting Scholarship Huffman Oil Company, Inc. Partners at Work Endowment Linda Humble River Mill Scholarship William R. Hupman Memorial Ambassador Endowment Maurice Jennings Scholarship John W. and Pete Jones Memorial Scholarship Sondra Hall Jones Endowed Scholarship George Kimmel Memorial Scholarship Jake King Memorial Scholarship Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Scholarship LabCorp Endowed Chair LabCorp Scholarship Jack R. and Dorothy C. Lindley Scholarship Jack R. and Dorothy C. Lindley Endowment Charles Lowry Memorial Culinary Endowment Walter A.G. Maschke Memorial Scholarship Audrey K. McBane Nursing Scholarship W. Ronald and Peggy Holt McCarter Scholarship Leonard and Jane Miller Memorial Visual Arts Scholarship Everett Mogle Memorial Scholarship Kevin and Maria Moore Memorial Scholarship* Jack O'Kelley Sertoma Club Scholarship Jack R. Overacre, Jr. Scholarship W. Michael Pace Memorial Horticulture Scholarship Amick H. and Mattie S. Patterson Memorial Scholarship Evelyn Guthrie Patterson Memorial Scholarship James Patterson Jr. Memorial Scholarship E. Glenn and Bettie C. Pendergraph Honorary Scholarship Nellie Lee Pittman Memorial Scholarship* Thomas E. Powell, Jr. Endowment Pro Feet, Inc. Partners at Work Endowment Reaves/Hawkins Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Al and Candace Rey Scholarship Myron A. and Sarah H. Rhyne Memorial Scholarship Riddle and Company Partners at Work Endowment Alma T. and Jerilyn Mercer Robinson Memorial Scholarship Saturday Morning Breakfast Club Horticulture Scholarship Paul Scheetz Memorial Scholarship H. Joseph Schoeneck Memorial Culinary Team Fund Schomberg/Kimber Culinary Scholarship

Non-Endowed Scholarships
Cecil Crabbe Memorial Scholarship Wallace Gee Memorial Scholarship (Burlington Civitan Club) Graham Rotary Academic Scholarship Elizabeth Hayden-Harman Nursing and Early Childhood Scholarships Hayden-Harman Nonprofit Scholarship Herb Society of America (North Carolina Unit) Scholarship Holt Sublimation Scholarship Hattie M. Ledbetter Memorial Scholarship McDonald's Employees Scholarship Mebane Business Association Scholarship Mebane Women's Club Scholarship Harvey Mitchell Memorial Scholarship (Burlington Civitan Club) Bill Paris Memorial Scholarship Elwood Prater Memorial Scholarship SAM’s Culinary Scholarship Sandvik Machining Technology Scholarship Leah Sharpe Memorial Health Occupations Scholarship TAPCO Employees Scholarship Truliant Credit Union Scholarship Jalvia Vaughn and Merline Ellison Memorial Scholarship Walter Williams HS Class of '61 Scholarship ————————————————————————

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ACC Foundation Non-Endowed Scholarships Available for the 2010–2011 School Year
ACC Student Government Scholarship Kaye Acton Medical Assisting Scholarship Alamance Beautiful Commission Horticulture Scholarship Alamance Christian Academic Excellence Scholarship Alamance County Medical Group Managers Scholarship Darrell Allen Body Shop Scholarship Altrusa International of Chapel Hill Scholarship Bank of America Books & Supplies Fund Bank of America Scholarship L.P. and Evelyn Best Memorial Scholarship Ricky Boggs Memorial Scholarship Career College Scholarship Franklin B. Chacey Memorial Scholarship Copland Employees Scholarship Cox Toyota-Scion Scholarship

Other non-endowed funds held by the ACC Foundation
ACC Literary Magazine Fund Basic Skills Fund Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Evening Reading Program Grant Susie Wolverton Hawes Memorial Professional Development Fund PLANET Trip Funds (ACC Horticulture) Henderson and Hilda Scott Fund Sustainable Energy Program Grant Crystal Lee Sutton Collection Fund ———————————

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• Ms. Grace Holton • Ms. Patricia K. Johnson • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Ms. Carolyn Rhode • Ms. Doris Schomberg • Ms. Lakeisha M. Vance • Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wade Judy Hough • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman Earlene Kizziah • Ms. Loretta Evans Marvin Klutz, Jr. • Ms. Mary Klutz Julie Ann Hornaday Lerner • Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Wilson Frank Longest, Sr. • Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Wilson • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman Mary Kerr Scott Lowdermilk • Ms. Miriam S. Mayo Leon Douglas Lusk • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss Gordon Marlette • Ms. Mary Watson David Maynard • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss John S. McAdams • Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Sykes Peggy McCarter • Ms. Grace S. Abrams • Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Batts • Ms. Keitha Buckingham • Covidien QC LabGroup • Pat Cross Famly • Peggy S. Cross • Mr. and Mrs. David E. Detwiler • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss • Reid and Cathy Dusenberry • Dr. and Mrs. William C. Findt, III • Janyth and Channing Fredrickson • Ms. Louise H. Heath • Mrs. Geraldine M. Horton • Dr. and Mrs. Harold Kernodle • Mallinckrodt, Inc. • Mr. and Mrs. Merle J. Minor • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Tim Smith Family • Mr. John D. Strickland • Todd Webber Family • Dr. and Mrs. Ben Wolverton Harvey Mitchell • Burlington Civitan Club Kevin Moore • Mr. Alex W. Cameron • Mr. Erik Conti • Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Dollars • Janyth and Channing Fredrickson • Mr. Marc Hunter • Ms. Denise L. Johnson • Mr. Robert J. Moore • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Mr. and Mrs. Scott Overton Lois Virginia Day Oakley • Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Wilson Steve Oslund • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Ms. Carolyn Rhode • Mr. and Mrs. J. Dennis Wade Michael Pace • Ms. Yvonne Aiton-Chiaro • Ms. Brenda Pace-Cohen • Mr. David Cohen • Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Cohen • Mr. Greg Gunn • Mr. Troy W. Millikan • Mr. and Mrs. Felix C. Simmons • Ms. June West • Ms. Jean M. Wold Bill Paris • Mr. Al Catlos • Mr. and Mrs. R. Jack Hallberg • Mr. and Mrs. James Harden Laura Miles Parks • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss • Mr. and Mrs. Tim Miles • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Mr. Kirk Puckett • Ms. Doris Schomberg • Ms. Mary Watson Robert Pifer • Ms. Doris Schomberg Clara M. Powell • Ms. Linda F. Powell-Whitted Joe Schoeneck • Becky Schoeneck Gov. Robert W. Scott • Anonymous • Dr. and Mrs. Michael W. Brennan Leah Sharpe • Mr. and Mrs. Shane Sharpe Sarah Frances Deal Shoemaker • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman Steve Shook • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss Jean Slaughter • Ms. Maria Baskin • Dr. Rosa Bilbao • Mr. and Mrs. Laurent Changuion • Ms. Susan Dalton • Ms. Alexandra DeSiato • Dr. Marla Dunham • Ms. Nancy Forrest • Ms. Lori Heiger • Ms. Anne Helms • Ms. Linda McAdams • Mr. Don Miller • Ms. Marrianna H. Osolin-Putnam • Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Rhew • Ms. Elizabeth Solazzo Mark I. Smith • Floyd Hinshaw, Jr. CR Staley • Ms. Doris Schomberg Ashley Stephenson • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss • Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Wilson BL Stewart • Ms. K. Anne Gant • Mrs. Rose Anne Gant • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Styrcula Jane Stone • Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Wilson Crystal Sutton • Mr. and Mrs. George H. Holt Bill Thornton • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Ms. Carolyn Rhode Jalvia Vaughn • Ms. Linda Batts • Ms. Joyce Crisp • Ms. Renata Crisp • Ms. Karen Evans • Ms. Marlene Jones • Ms. Ella F. Neeley • Ms. Susan Norvell • Ms. Jean Proctor • Ms. Barbara Williams Teri Elizabeth Hughes Veiga • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Ms. Mary Wagoner

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Vardy and Clara Abernethy • Mary Jo Abernethy Charles Blackwell • Mr. and Mrs. George McBane Sara Jo Blair • Dr. and Mrs. G. Walker Blair • Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harrison • Ms. Cynthia West Ricky Boggs • Ms. Judy Boggs Dr. Betty Bowman • Mr. J. Fred Bowman • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss Sandy Brownstein • Ms. Joanna Brownstein and Ms. Carolyn Harley Bob Bryant • Mr. and Mrs. Leon Joyce Ivan Burger • Mr. Michael Covington • Ms. Greta H. Gordon • Ms. Carol O. Hanson • Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lovingood • Mr. Don Miller • Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schley • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Walton Franklin B. Chacey • Sheila M. Street Byrde Chambers • Bob and Sandi Moulton Lula Chambers • Ms. Rose M. Chamber

Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Changuion • Mr. and Mrs. Laurent Changuion Gene Coffey • Mr. and Mrs. George L. McBane Bryan Combs • Mr. Steve Smith Effie Conally • Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Nadelman • Ms. Carolyn Rhode Cecil Crabbe • Ms. Jane Crabbe • Mr. and Mrs. H. Glenn Walker Ellen Edwards • Dr. and Mrs. Martin Nadelman Merline Ellison • Ms. Linda Batts • Ms. Joyce Crisp • Ms. Renata Crisp • Ms. Karen Evans • Mr. and Mrs. Herb M. Jenkins • Ms. Marlene Jones • Ms. Ella F. Neeley • Ms. Susan Norvell • Ms. Jean Proctor • Ms. Barbara Williams C.P. William Fisher and Jean Northrup Fisher • Dick and Linda Fisher James Michael Galbraith • Ms. Gail M. Galbraith-Budd • Ms. Jennifer S. Rudd • Visions Service Adventures Mr. Henry Jackson Garrison • Mr. and Mrs. William C. Powell Wallace Gee • Burlington Civitan Club George H. Gray • Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gray Clara Hardin • Andy and Beth Brehler Shake and Eleanor Harris • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stout Susie Wolverton Hawes • Dr. and Mrs. John B. Wolverton, Jr. Louise Heckman • Mary and Johnny Schronce Dr. Samuel Holton • ACC Remembrance Committee • Ms. Debra Dixon-Doss

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Susan Abernethy • Ms. Susan Dalton ACC English Department • Ms. Alexandra DeSiato Yvonne Aiton-Chiaro • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen Lisa Barrows • Ms. Susan Dalton Maria Baskin • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Dr. Anna Bass • Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Van Pelt Rosa Bilbao • Ms. Susan Dalton Dr. G. Walker Blair • Sally and Ted Harrison Whitman Bolles • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Dr. Chad Brasington • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan Dr. Michael Brennan • Mrs. Helen Brennan

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Debra Dixon-Doss • Ms. June West Courtney Doi • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Dr. Marla Dunham • Ms. Maria Baskin • Ms. Susan Dalton Senator and Mrs. Tony Foriest • Anna Gerow Nancy Forrest • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Greta Gordon • Anonymous Crystal Graves • Ms. Gwen Harrelson Darleen Guye • Dr. Roslyn M. Crisp Kathy Hall • Ms. Martha Fogleman Perry Hardison • Ms. Susan Dalton Sally and Ted Harrison • Dr. G. Walker Blair Anne Helms • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Ray and Martha Hewitt • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Childress Mike Holt • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Walton Cathy Johnson • Ms. Ann Cutter • Ms. Susan Dalton Ralph Kerns • Dr. Marla Dunham Marvin Kimber • Ms. Susan Newton Dr. Jan Kylstra • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan Suzanne Lucier • ACC Student Development Staff Wayne Lunsford • Ms. Linda Lunsford Audrey McBane • Mr. George McBane Mary Menchinsky • Greta H. Gordon Don Miller • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Chip Millikan • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen Cristina Modera • Dr. Roslyn M. Crisp Rhonda Moricle • Mr. and Mrs. Harry LeGette Dr. Martin H. Nadelman • Ms. Ann Cutter • Ms. Susan Dalton Margie Nichols • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen Nancy Omelko • Ms. Greta H. Gordon • Carol and Alfred Hanson OST Department • Ms. Tina Brown Robert and Meg Scott Phipps • Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Phipps Dr. William L. Porfilio • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan Carolyn Rhode • Phoebe and Pat Harman Doris Schomberg • Ms. Susan Newton Ben Shirley • Dr. Marla Dunham Felix and Elaine Simmons • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen Dee Snow • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen Melissa Stewart-Clark • Dr. Roslyn M. Crisp Olivia Stogner • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Dr. Charles Sydnor • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan Dan Timmons • Ms. Susan Dalton Dr. Clara Vega • Ms. Susan Dalton Keisha Walker • Dr. Roslyn M. Crisp Dr. Barry Weinberg • Ms. Susan Dalton Cindy O. Wilson • Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Wilson Lori Wilson • Dr. Roslyn M. Crisp Russell and Rosella Wilson • Dr. and Mrs. David C. Kowalski Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wright • Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Yarbrough —————————————————

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Titan Society
The Alamance Community College Foundation Board and staff are grateful to the following individuals who have made a commitment to establishing a planned gift to benefit the education priorities of ACC.
4 Anonymous gifts L.P. and Evelyn Best* Wayne Bowery Margaret H. Brown* Reid and Cathy Dusenberry Dick and Linda Fisher Wallace Gee* Floyd Hinshaw Richard Jones* Sondra Hall Jones* Jack R. and Dorothy C. Lindley Charles W. Lowry* Robert and Sandra Moulton William H. Paris* Mary and Johnny Schronce Carolyn Rhode and Mark Tosczak Glendel and Pat Stephenson Ron and Barbara Sturgill Patsy Tingen* Russell and Rosella Wilson ____________________________ *Deceased Titan Society members will receive: Listing on plaque in Foundation suite Free pass to a four-course culinary student meal in June Holiday gift in December Special ribbon at ACCF events Other perks TBD ___________________________ Let us know if your name should be added to this list.

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Patsy Tingen, Long-Time Instructor of Business Administration
In the early 1990s, Patsy Tingen purchased an insurance policy with a payout to ACCF of $10,000 upon her demise. In the documents establishing the planned giving arrangement, Patsy states, “I am proud to be a graduate of ACC and would like others to have the same opportunity. She directed the ACC Foundation to use the net proceeds to establish an endowment, to be known as: The Patricia B. Tingen Memorial Alumni Scholarship Fund for Business Students The scholarship is to go to a fulltime student in the Business Technologies division. Sadly, Patsy passed away on September 1, 2010. Dr. Nadelman notes, "Patsy may have been one of our smallest, in stature, cheerleaders, but she was also one of our biggest. A graduate of TIA's Business Administration program, she went on to obtain her bachelor and master degrees and had a 34-year teaching career at ACC. She will be missed by students and staff alike." In her obituary, the family requested memorials to The Patricia B. Tingen Memorial Alumni Scholarship Fund for Business Students c/o The ACC Foundation, PO Box 8000, Graham, NC 27253.

Vernon Cheek • Ms. Brenda Fowler • Ms. Linda Stevens Brenda Pace Cohen • Craig and Lauren Cohen • Mr. David Cohen • Mr. Troy Millikan • Mr. and Mrs. Felix Simmons Craig and Lauren Cohen • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen David Cohen, Esq. • Ms. Brenda Pace Cohen Mona Chandler Conklin • Dr. and Mrs. Phil Savage Cox Toyota-Scion Automotive Department • Cox Toyota-Scion Susan Dalton • Ms. Maria Baskin • Dr. Marla Dunham Alexandra DeSiato • Ms. Susan Dalton • Dr. Marla Dunham Dr. Steve Dingeldein • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan

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Water Management Trust Fund awarded the following grant to ACC: $382,790 for a Stormwater Project in partnership with the Piedmont Conservation Council Partnership This project, in partnership with the Piedmont Conservation Council, will improve the infrastructure for treating stormwater runoff on the campus of Alamance Community College. The new system will, in turn, result in the improvement

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Gifts of cash:
Cash gifts are immediate and, if you itemize your taxes, your outright gifts of cash are fully deductible for federal income tax purposes.
The North Carolina Community College System awarded the following grants to ACC: $78,500 for an ESL Civics Statewide Curriculum Project This is a grant to produce online/distance learning classes designed for ESL (English as a Second Language) students in Basic Skills. This will supplement the CD and Web-based free curriculum developed at ACC through related grants that are being used in all 58 community colleges to teach persons from foreign countries to speak English and understand the civics of the United States so that they may assimilate more easily. Statewide training is also done to teach teachers how to utilize this free tool. $10,000 for an ESL Distance Learning Project Part of a national project, the program furnishes field-tested civic and English program DVDs and on-line lessons to ESL students so that they may study at home and/or supplement their classroom instruction. The Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program awarded the following grant to ACCF: $4,000 in Student Distress Funds These funds are to assist students who need emergency assistance with rent or utilities. Students must have a 2.5 GPA, have completed at least one semester successfully and have a 75% completion rate.

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After providing for loved ones, name ACCF a beneficiary in your will to ensure a permanent legacy of helping ACC students. (Check with your estate planner.) Tell your loved ones you would like ACCF to be listed to receive memorial gifts in your obituary.

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Charitable gift annuity:
Transfer at least $10,000 to ACCF now and receive a guaranteed above market rate of return for the remainder of your life. Perfect for those who live off their assets and who are worried about market volatility. • Immediate tax benefits may be realized. • Remaining asset value transfers to ACCF use upon passing of the donor.

Vehicles and equipment:
Certain programs at ACC may benefit from donations of non-cash items that help educate students in current techniques and technologies. • Such donations may be tax-deductible.

Gifts of life insurance:
A life insurance policy that is no longer needed can be a perfect vehicle for a gift. Name ACCF owner and beneficiary of the policy. The current cash value and future premiums paid may be tax deductible. (Check with your life insurance agent for details.)

Gifts of stock:
Giving long-term appreciated stock may offer you a twofold tax savings: • You avoid paying capital tax on the increase of the value of the stock. • You receive a tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock at the time of donation.

of water quality of the Haw River and Lake Jordan. It also will provide educational opportunities and a forum for demonstrating the effectiveness of a distributed storm water BMP (bioretention management program) approach on a typical community college campus. The North Carolina Department of Commerce Energy Division awarded the following grant to ACC: $339,276 for a Student Energy Internship Program More than 70 students who have received training through ACC’s Green Energy program will be placed with local employers to carry out projects related to energy savings or related to generating power from “green” sources. Interns will be supervised by ACC instructors and will receive their wages from the grant.

Gifts of real estate:
Gifts of real estate allow the donor to avoid capital gains tax and realize a charitable deduction on the full fair market value of the real estate.

The Wal-Mart Community Program Assistance Grant awarded the following grant to ACCF: $1,000 for Classroom Supplies This grant is to purchase classroom supplies for the ACC Basic Skills Program for students taking the College’s GED in the Community class, a spinoff of the award-winning GED in the Newspaper program.

Honda Aero, Inc. of Burlington presented a $2,500 check to the ACC Foundation for its student scholarship fund. Honda executives said this first gift begins a committed relationship with ACC and the Foundation. Present were (l-r) Honda Senior Manager Tony Brandewie, ACC President Dr. Martin Nadelman, ACCF Executive Director Carolyn Rhode, and Honda Aero President Masahiko Izumi.

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Dear ACC Donors and Friends, The opportunities provided by growth has been our theme in the past year. Certainly ACC and the ACC Foundation have seen plenty of growth. – In the past 10 years, enrollment at ACC has grown by 52% to more than 5,500 students. – Over the past six years, ACC Foundation aid to students has grown by 55% to just under $500,000 annually. – Cost per credit hour has grown by 49% in the past 5 years. The opportunities provided by the growth in enrollment, demand for aid and increase in tuition have been numerous.

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They include: – Streamlining the ACC Foundation budget to more specifically focus on providing assistance for at-risk students – Sharing a compelling message with donors about the urgent needs of our students in this difficult time – Utilizing the time and talents of our volunteers and students The economy has contracted in Alamance County and our community college, ACC, has responded by providing a longer instructional day, more sections and more electronic options. The ACC Foundation has responded by continuing to provide assistance to all students who qualify and need it. I thank you for being part of the Alamance Community College family and among its supporters.

Carolyn Rhode Executive Director

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Geraldine M. Horton William C. Ingold Jack R. Lindley Thomas D. McGowen* C.C. (Buck) McNeely, Jr.* Rivera G. (R.G.) Mitchell* James D. Moser, Jr. Virgil L. Stadler Carl Steinbicker Dr. Stephen B. Thomas* Troy W. Woodard ________________________ *deceased

President_ Aaron Noble, Jr., Ed.D. Vice President_____Sue Rich Secretary____ Fairfax Reynolds Treasurer______ Charlie H. Harris Past President________ Jerry Bailey

The ACC Foundation Exists:
To provide funds to ensure that no qualified student will be denied instructional services at Alamance Community College due to financial need To provide funds for faculty and staff professional development, mentoring programs, and acknowledgement of excellence in service To support other education related priorities at ACC To cultivate funds and other support from local businesses, organizations, individuals, alumni, private foundations, and government agencies

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Board Members

Susan Abernethy Jeffrey A. Andrews ___Chair of the Planned Giving Committee Kevin Bilson Susan Black Pete Blaetz Helen Brennan Judy Brumley Kim Bush Charles T. Canaday, Jr Ted Chandler _____ Chair of the Investment Committee John Currin Beth Glidewell Bill Gomory Brenda Hampton Charlie R. Harris_____Chair of the Resource Development Committee Wade Harrison Ed Hooks Reggie Lipscomb _________Chair of the Grants Committee Paul Mauney John McDonald Cindy Montgomery Carole Moore Martin H. Nadelman, Ed.D. Khuan Ng Jack R. Overacre, Jr. Kelly Shirley Nancy O. Whitfield

ACC Foundation Staff
Carolyn Rhode …Executive Director Natalie B. Miles …Special Projects Coordinator Carol Wade …Senior Accounting Technician Suellyn Dalton …ACC Grant Writer Becky Batts …Administrative Assistance

Alamance Community College Foundation, Inc Post Office Box 8000 Graham, NC 27253-8000 336•506•4416 Fax: 336•506•4020 www.accfoundation.com

ACC Trustee Liaisons
Russell R. Wilson Carl Steinbicker

The ACC Foundation Annual Report was designed and produced by:
New ACCF Board Members—posing with Board Vice President Sue Rich (on the left) and Carolyn Rhode, Foundation Executive Director (on the right)— (l–r, back row) Paul Mauney, Susan Abernethy, Ed Hooks, (seated, l–r) Cindy Montgomery and Kim Bush. ACC Graphic Design Students (Caitlyn Kirchener, James A. Pickens, and Richard W. Williams Jr.) with the guidance of Dr. Laila A. Moustafa, Instructor and Portfolio Leader, Advertising and Graphic Design Department.

Faculty Representative
Grace Holton, Instructor, Accounting Department

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