First Paul D. Camp Community College Alumni and Friends Reception well received
Charles White (Class of 1976) and Linda White enjoy some refreshments during the Alumni and Friends Reception.
Suffolk residents Heather Miles, from left, Brandi Owens, (both of the Class of 2015) and student Aaron Mitchell enjoy connecting during the reception held at the workforce center in Franklin.
Class of 2007 Alum Rebecca Wyche won a raffle prize, presented by Interim President Dr. Bill Aiken and donated by Johnson’s Flower and Garden Center. Other prizes were donated by Keurig Green Mountain and Norfolk Tides.
William Corbitt (Class of 1975), Herman Williams (Class of 1972), Charles White (Class of 1976) and Barbara Butler (Class of 1973) pose as the proud “70s group” who graduated from PDCCC.
Alumni spanning decades attended the first Paul D. Camp Community College Alumni and Friends Reception on Tuesday, May 12. The event was held at the college’s Regional Workforce Development Center in Franklin during a week of graduation activities.
“We are very excited to begin reaching out to our PDCCC Alums, as they are the reason for our success and even our existence,” said Alumni Relations Associate Lori Carter, who also graduated from the college in 2004. “We have more activities planned that will provide networking opportunities.”
It is free to join the PDCCC Alumni Association and alums can share and update their stories and successes online at www.pdc.edu/alumni .
“We want students to keep in touch, no matter what year they graduated,” said Carter.
The Alumni Relations Program got underway in January. There are approximately 550 members of the organization.
To learn more about the PDCCC Alumni Association, contact Lori Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-569-6082.