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The mission of RCC is to provide access to high quality educational experiences for members of its community, preparing them for success as learners, employees, and citizens of the 21st century.


Avery Wengler and Jackson Neal


Lauren Radabaugh and John Koontz


Brenda and Roy Gladding


“We are amazed at their generosity as this year’s Preakness was the highest netting in the 13 year event history,” noted Pope. “The Preakness fundraiser is successful because of the dedicated volunteers on our steering committee, including co-chairs Sue Farmar and Joni Lawler, our corporate sponsors, and the beauti- ful setting of the event venue provided this year by Marilyn and David South.”


The auction raised a record $90,000 to support RCC student scholarships and College programs. In all, nine local restaurants donated their time and food for the event, including Eckhard’s Restaurant, Indian Creek Yacht & Country Club, Java Jack’s Coffee House and Restaurant, Lancaster Tavern, The Steamboat Restaurant at the Piankatank Golf Club, Stratford Hall, The Tides Inn, Tommy’s and RCC’s own Culinary Program, led by Chef Hatley Bright. The Preakness Party also boasted several local wineries, including Good Luck Cellars, General’s Ridge and Ingleside, while Angelo’s restaurant in Montross sponsored the bar and the Chesapeake Bay Ice Company sponsored ice for all drinks. H


The House & Home Magazine


Leslie Norris, RCC English professor, and Lisa Merritt, RCC Biology professor


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