Congratulations June Employee of the Month: Charles Bell

Charles Bell

Charles Bell exemplifies integrity by way of his actions and conversations with his students one-on-one or in front of his classes. He does not ask students to do anything without first showing them how to complete the task himself. For example, he cleans the walls then paints the walls, he puts up decor to promote welding. Then he asks students to help keep things clean by sweeping after each class and removing all debris from the lab and classroom. He shows them hard work can make you proud of your environment, even a welding lab. Mr. Bell also shows compassion for his students when they are down and out. If students lack items they need to succeed, he will provide what they need to continue to school. He is their friend at those times and makes sure that they see, through his example, that CCCC cares about their students. Instructors like Mr. Bell are hard to come by. We and our students are fortunate to have someone like him in our midst.

Charles Bell
Welding Instructor

Q.   How long have you worked for CCCC?
A.   I have worked for the college for over 20 years full-time and seven years as an adjunct welding instructor.
Q.   What brought you to CCCC?
A.   I have always wanted the opportunity to help others learn how to weld ever since I had a life changing experience. That life changing experience was - I was working when I got out of high school for about two years as a welder's helper at a company called Northwestern Steel and Wire (sixth largest steel mill in North America). Then the recession hit and all the sudden I was a laid-off steel worker in Illinois along with about 2,000 other people who worked at the mill. When the plant shut down I had not learned enough to become a welder, so I enrolled in community college, attended a welding trade school, learned how to weld good enough to get certified as a welder in a nuclear power plant, and attended welding apprenticeship training. The instructors I met changed my life, they helped me get an excellent paying job and gave me the help I needed to succeed. So you might say I wanted to get into teaching because I wanted to give to others or give back. Yes, welding has changed many lives. I have seen this happen so many times.
Q.   Describe what you do for CCCC.
A.   I teach every welding class that CCCC has to offer and advise students as well.
Q.   Where were you born?
A.   I was born Springfield, Mo.
Q.   Where did you grow up?
A.   I grew up in multiple towns like Neosho, Mo., Columbia, Mo., Toccoa, Ga., Sterling, Ill., and moved to Sanford in 1984.
Q.   Educational credentials?
A.   I have an Associate's Degree from CCCC in General Occupational Technology, have attended three apprenticeship training schools, and hold a Journeyman card in pipefitting, pipe welding, and instrumentation. I am a Certified NCCER Craft Welding Instructor and Pipefitting Instructor. I have been a AWS Certified Welding Inspector for over nine years and have attended many classes in welding inspection. I am also a Certified Fanuc Robotic Welding Instructor for CCCC and have held over 200 welding certifications when I worked in industry.
Q.   Where do you live now?
A.   I have lived in Sanford since 1984.
Q.   Tell us about your family!
A.   I have a beautiful wife named Robin that has been by my side for over 30 years. She is really the best thing that has ever happened to me. I have the best son ever and his name is Wesley. He graduated from WCU with a degree in Athletic Training and NCSU with a Master's Degree in Education. He is currently working as a athletic trainer in what he has always loved and that is baseball.
Q.   What are some of your hobbies or other interest outside of CCCC?
A.   My hobbies are fishing and metal art.
Q.   Anything else you'd like to share with the CCCC family?
A.   This is a job that I never have dreaded going to and the reason for that is because of the great folks I work with.



Staff and Faculty of the Year

Please join the Faculty and Staff of the Year Selection Committee as we congratulate our newest winners....

Lennie Stephenson, Director of Continuing Education Medical Programs, has been chosen as our Staff Member of the Year.

Lennie was recognized for providing medical programs and courses for well over 10,000 students in our service areas of Harnett, Lee, and Chatham counties. She has actively recruited faculty and students for the first Nursing Assistant in Spanish course in the state. Additionally, she developed the first curriculum and taught the first courses in Healthcare Management Technology for our college and assisted with writing and managing a successful Rural Development grant for recruiting and enrolling more Hispanic/Latino students in medical programming. The system office and other colleges have benefited from her innovative programming and use of online and hybrid courses. Lastly, Lennie and her team have demonstrated a way of being able to balance providing quality programs with enrollment and retention by representing the highest FTE earned by program areas in their division.

Staff and Faculty of the Year
Julia Herbon, Lead ESL Instructor, has been chosen as our Faculty Member of the Year.

Julia was selected for being a master instructor and utilizing her ability to communicate in both English and Spanish to build a tremendous rapport with all students. Currently serving as the Hispanic Liaison, she bridges the gap between the ESL population in Chatham County and CCCC while providing students with a purpose toward their successful development. It is no surprise that her retention and EFL percentages are near 100 percent and two of her former students are now successful instructors in her department. Julia also fosters teamwork and collaboration by sharing text books, ideas, and teaching techniques for improving their instruction, retention, and educational goals with her ESL instructors. She also created a learning blog for her department:, which supplements classroom instruction and provides a forum for students and teachers to post comments and share projects and accomplishments. For the past three years, Julia has been awarded $30,000 each year for the EL/Civics Grant. Much of this grant has been used to fund the ESL Computer Literacy class and curriculum for our three-county service area, as well as providing training for staff in using technology in the classroom.

Both of these individuals will be recognized at our Professional Development Day on Dec. 14. During this event, each will each receive a plaque and a $500 cash prize. In addition, each individual will have the opportunity to represent our college at the statewide competition where the award recipient will receive an $8,000 cash prize and plaque.

With thanks, pride and recognition, we congratulate both of you for your profound work and commitment to our students and mission!


Dunn Chamber of Commerce's Ambassador

Becky Parker

Becky Parker, Site Coordinator with Central Carolina Community College's Dunn Enrichment Center, was recognized as the Dunn Chamber of Commerce's Ambassador of the Month for May. Congratulations, Becky!


TYJE, Awarded 2nd Place at 21st Annual Jazz at Lincoln Center EE Festival

Dr. Gregg Gelb, a Sanford resident, Director of the Heart of Carolina Jazz Orchestra and Society and adjunct professor at Central Carolina Community College, is Director of the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble which earned Second Place at the 2016 21st Annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition.

In New York on May 7, Jazz at Lincoln Center proudly announced the top high school jazz bands in the nation that took the highest honors at the prestigious 21st Annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festival at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Beginning on May 5, the top 15 high school jazz bands in the country participated in the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festival and were immersed in three days of mentoring, jam sessions, and workshops. The competition culminated in a concert wherein each top-placing band performed with their choice Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra member. The final concert also featured the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis – whose members served as mentors for the finalist bands throughout the week – performing repertoire made famous by Duke Ellington.

Each finalist band was chosen by a panel of judges comprised of distinguished jazz musicians and historians: Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis; composer, arranger, and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra trombonist Chris Crenshaw; acclaimed saxophonist and jazz educator Lauren Sevian; big band leader, drummer, and Grammy-nominated recording artist Jeff Hamilton; and composer, arranger, and bassist Chuck Israels.

At the ceremony, Wynton Marsalis presented awards to each of the 15 finalist high school jazz bands. New World School of the Arts accepted the first-place trophy and an award of $5,000. Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble accepted the second place trophy and an award of $2,500. Tucson Jazz Institute accepted the third-place trophy with an award of $1,000. The remaining 12 bands were each awarded cash awards of $500. All monetary awards are to be used for improving the jazz education programs of each respective high school.

21st Annual Jazz

Photo of the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble immediately following their award-winning performance at Jazz at Lincoln Center on May 7.

21st Annual Jazz

Photos are of Gregg Gelb receiving the second place award from Wynton Marsalis (far right). Also in photo are Maegan McHugh, Assistant Director, Secondary/Higher Education Programs, and Todd Stoll, Director of Education at JALC.

21st Annual Jazz


The Heart of High Performing Teams

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During this cross-departmental session, participants left with an understanding of their own style of leading, communicating and getting work done as well as the styles of their coworkers!

This provided them with ways to be more effective, collaborative, and productive both professionally and personally. They also gained insight into potential blind spots and learn ways to more effectively manage them.

Each participant:

  • Better understood their individual way of leading, relating to each other, solving problems, and getting work accomplished.
  • Became aware of their own personality preferences in down-to-earth language.

Everyone received:

  • A general description of their personality style.
  • Strengths of their style.
  • Three things that motivate their behavior.
  • Potential weaknesses of their style.
  • Ways to communicate more effectively with each type.
  • Areas for potential improvement.

Participant had this to say:

"This was one of the best, if not the best, PD session I have attended. I professionally gained so much this morning to assist me as a leader. I loved having my entire staff in attendance as well, as I know we all learned more that will help us in our roles. Peter was excellent and the session was very engaging. I appreciate how you were present as well and participated. I know everyone really enjoyed this experience and I thank you for bringing it to CCCC. "

"Some Department Chairs that were in attendance are planning on incorporating this training in their upcoming team meetings."

"This was the best session I've attended in a while including the conferences I've been to. "

"I thought it was one of the best ones I've attended in a while! Also, the two hours was perfect length - not too long."


Elon's 13th Annual Teaching & Learning Conference

The 13th Annual Elon Teaching & Learning Conference will be held on Thursday, Aug. 18. This year’s conference theme, Evidence of Learning, is reflected in sessions that explore various approaches for creating learning experiences that produce significant and lasting impact.

The opening speaker is Dr. David B. Daniel, Professor of Psychology at James Madison University. Dr. Daniel has been teaching for over 25 years and his scholarship bridges research and practice. Dr. Daniel’s work focuses on “evidence demonstrated” knowledge that can be used to inform individual teaching practices and educational policy. He has been given the Society for Teaching of Psychology’s Teaching Excellence Award and he is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science. His plenary will focus on "reconstructing the learner." Research studies deconstruct the individual into pieces such as cognition, emotion, motivation. Yet, as teachers, we have an entire person in front of us every day. Dr. Daniel will explore the question of whose job is it to put the pieces back together as well as highlighting some of the unintended effects of our pedagogical approaches.

Register for the conference and view the current program at


CCCC Faculty Selected by Medical Assisting Education Review Board

Congratulations! Melissa Fogarty has been selected as a site surveyor by the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). MAERB is an autonomous unit within the American Association of Medical Assistants Endowment (AAMAE). MAERB makes accreditation recommendations for the status of accreditation of medical assisting programs.

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The MAERB members are educators from both public and private institutions, administrators from institutions with accredited medical assisting programs, practicing medical assistants, members of the public, and physicians.

"Being selected as a site surveyor is an honor. This opportunity will allow me to go into other accredited medical assisting programs outside of North Carolina and evaluate their practices for compliance to the MAERB/CAAHEP standards. It will also help me to evaluate our Medical Assisting program at CCCC for compliance and ensure a successful re-accreditation in 2023. I will be attending the surveyor's workshop on September 19, in Reston, Virginia."


Dreamkeeper Fund

It's not too late to contribute! The Foundation will continue to accept donations to the Dreamkeeper Fund in amounts of $1 and above. All "Dreamkeepers" will be receiving a special thank-you from the committee.

The Dreamkeeper Committee,


Heather Willett, Dean, Student Support Services
Emily Hare, Executive Director, CCCC Foundation
Ken Hoyle, VP, Student Services
Meghan Brown, Associate Director, Grants & Strategic Initiatives
Linda Scuiletti, AVP, Student Learning & Strategic Planning
Kelly Klug, Project Management Specialist
Tamara Joyner, Controller


2016-2017 Student Ambassadors

Ten students have been named Student Ambassadors for the 2016-17 school year at CCCC. Ambassadors are students who serve as official hosts of the college, representing it at college and community events both on- and off-campus. “These Ambassadors are the finest representatives Central Carolina Community College could have,” said CCCC President T.E. Marchant. “I am proud of how they carry out their responsibilities, creating goodwill and respect for the College wherever they give presentations or serve. In addition, their experiences as Ambassadors instill within them qualities that will benefit them, their families, their employers, and their communities for the rest of their lives.”

2016-2017 Student Ambassadors

The 10 students who are serving as Ambassadors for the 2016-17 school year are pictured, left to right: front row, Lydia Cooper of Sanford, Carly Dube of Andover, Mass., Briana Peterman of Sanford, Tiffany Gee of Stone Mountain, Ga., and Ruvi Rodriguez Suarez of Robbins; back row, Courtney May of Apex, Noel Martinez of Sanford, Rasheed Jones of Goldston, Kyla Ross of Dunn, and Leslie Bridges of Sanford. Aaron Mabe is the Student Ambassadors Advisor.


NC State Health Plan's Miles for Wellness Walking Challenge

CCCC had 18 employees on two teams (Charlee's Angels and CCCC Cougars) to participate in the NC State Health Plan's Miles for Wellness walking challenge. The participants are to be commended for their dedication and perseverance.

Of the 440 registered teams for this challenge, 86 percent completed the eight weeks of competition. That's 86 percent of 4,082 state employees involved in physical activity for two months.

Participants received a certificate and salad shaker courtesy of the state health plan. We also received a delicious recipe for Cucumber & black-eyed pea salad sure to be a hit this summer!

NC State Health Plan's Miles for Wellness walking challenge

Participants included Valorie Benn, Donna Boykin, Amanda Carter, Trinity Faucett, Ginny Ferguson, Emilia Guerrero, Amy Gustavson, R.V. Hight, Denise Johnson, Amanda Matthews, Matt Smith, and Morgan Steele.Not pictured are Lisa Godfrey, Tamara Joyner, Carla Parrish, Rodney Powell, Megan Sherman, and Lorraine Whitaker.



SECU Flyer

As a Central Carolina Community College employee, you and your family can become member-owners of State Employees' Credit Union (SECU). Join today!


Flower And Gift Savings


From You Flowers is offering all CCCC employees a 25% discount.

SAVE 25% on a spectacular collection of flowers and plants from the complete line of FTD and 1800FLOWERS trademarked items. Your employee discount also entitles you to great savings on gift baskets and gourmet baked goods from brands like Godiva, Ghirardelli, and David's Cookies. To take advantage of the 25% off employee discount visit the CCCC customized site at or call (800) 838-8853 and mention code: CCCC.


QEP Update: My Academic Pathway

The QEP summer pilot is in full swing! With the assistance of the New Student Orientation staff, students at the first orientation completed the RIASEC career inventory. The RIASEC results were used to separate students into groupings and to complete orientation activities. The Admissions Counselors and advisors discussed the RIASEC scores with the student to ensure that their initial program selection matched their inventory results. Information obtained during this discussion was diligently recorded so that the QEP team can begin to obtain critical data for the next phase of QEP implementation. The data from the first new student orientation shows that the career inventory matched the initial program selection for the majority of students.

View more information on the QEP implementation at


2016 Leadership Programs

Congratulations to CCCC's Anita Green (HSE Supervisor/Success Coach) and Jonathan Spoon (Small Business Center Director) as participants of the Chatham Chamber of Commerce's 2016 Leadership Chatham program.

Congratulations to CCCC's Jamee Stiffler (Dean of Admissions) and Patrick Kelly (Career and Technical Education Liaison) as participants of the Sanford Area Growth Alliance's 2016 Leadership Sanford program.


State Health Plan Newsletter

View the e-Newsletter for the North Carolina State Health Plan. Keep up to date with plan benefit changes for 2017 and more.

State Health Plan


New Student Orientation Is Here!

Before you know it, the semester will be over, and we will be preparing to welcome a whole new group of incoming students at New Student Orientation. New Student Orientation dates are confirmed.

Lee Campus
June 15, 22, 29 (Evening Session)
July 19, 28 (Evening Session)
August 3, 4 (Evening Session), 19, 22 (Evening Session)

Chatham Campus
June 28, July 14

Harnett Campus
June 21, July 20

Over the past year, the New Student Orientation Advisory Committee has been hard at work, planning for NSO 2016! One of the additions to New Student Orientation this year will be student Orientation Leaders. The College Success Center is in the process of recruiting, interviewing, and hiring eight Orientation Leaders. In addition to assisting new students as they transition to CCCC, these students will also serve as Peer Leaders in ACA courses in fall 2016 and assist with Success Workshops.

In collaboration with Distance Education, the College Success Center is working toward creating an Online Orientation module for distance learners. The module will go live for incoming students beginning in June.

If you should have any questions, please let us know.


"Back To School" Cookouts

Mark your calendar! "Back to School" cookouts to welcome Faculty & Staff back from summer break sponsored by the CCCC Foundation! Watch this space for more details to come!

  • Monday, Aug. 8 - Chatham Campus
  • Wednesday, Aug. 10 - Harnett Campus
  • Thursday, Aug. 11 - Lee Campus


Notes from Institutional Effectiveness & Research

In the Spring 2015 and 2016 College Services Surveys, many of you asked "What is Institutional Effectiveness & Research (IER)?" We are happy to fill you in on who we are and what we do!

Project of the Month: Annual Program Planning & Review - Outcomes and Assessment

CCCC is dedicated to student success and we are always exploring ways to improve what we do! The Annual Program Planning & Review - Outcomes and Assessment report is due for departments across campus throughout the summer! With Learning First in mind and a goal of student success, what better way to plan than to reflect and assess what has happened in the past year? This process allows departments to reflect on Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes/Service Area Outcomes and connect them to student success and program improvement.

Facts and Stats: Your Guide to CCCC Data!

Data Exploration

Interested in learning more about CCCC from a data perspective? Check out S:\Facts and Stats on the shared drive! Learn about Curriculum, Economic & Community Development, Faculty, Links to Internet Resources, Performance Funding Measures, Service Area and State Information, Strategic Planning, Survey Results, and the CCCC Technology Plan. Happy researching!

Before you go
Don't forget to check out our weekly "SACSCOC Tip of the Week" on the CCCC Staff Announcements!


News From The Library

Personnel News

Tara Lucas, Director of Library Services

Tara Guthrie, Director of Library Services, was married on June 4 to Jeff Lucas of Pembroke. After a honeymoon in the mountains of Brevard, the newlyweds will live in Sanford. Tara has also changed her name to Tara Lucas.

To view wedding photos, visit (or download the WedPics app) and enter wedding ID TaraJeff6. More photos will be added soon.

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Summer reading is under way and runs through Aug. 1. Challenge yourself and win prizes. Faculty, staff, and students are invited to sign up online. Need book suggestions? Try the online reading recommendations feature for suggestions by your CCCC librarians.

Book Sale

The Lee Library is continuing their book sale. Books are only 5¢ each. What a deal! Come get the good ones before they are gone. You may even find some titles to help you with your summer reading list!


Summer Schedule

The college's 4-day/10-hour work days continues with the following Friday closures:

  • May 20
  • May 27
  • June 3
  • June 10
  • June 17
  • June 24
  • July 1
  • July 8
  • July 15
  • July 22
  • July 29

The eight-hour work day schedule will resume Monday, Aug. 1, 2016.


New Supply Store Catalog

A revised Supply Store Catalog dated June 2016 is now available. Print the revised catalog and begin using immediately. Please make sure you discard your old list as item numbers and prices have changed.

Download Supply Store Catalog here.

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Welcome New Employees!

  • Fred Fritz, Math and Science Department Chair


Employee of the Month Program

Please join me as we continue recognizing our full-time faculty and staff for their exceptional contributions and customer service. The purpose of this award is to:

  • Promote positive employee-to-employee and employee-to-student interactions on campus in order to further a learning first culture.
  • Increase employee engagement through recognizing positive employee behaviors.

The Employee Recognition Committee is currently accepting nominations. All nominations are due by the first Monday of the calendar month to be recognized the following month.

Read Employee of the Month Program Eligibility & Guidelines. To nominate a deserving colleague, please click: Employee of the Month Nomination Form


Birth Announcements



Meet baby Madilyn. We are happy to announce for Dr. Phillip Price that his daughter Madilyn Rae Price was born Tuesday, June 14, at 12:27 p.m. She weighed 6 lbs. 15 oz. and was 20.5 inches long. She, mama, and daddy are all doing very well....



Meet Baby Will. William Shelton Merritt was born June 3, at 11:51 a.m., 9 lbs. 13 oz. and was 20 inches long. We could not be happier or more in love. Thanks to you all for the love and support these past few months, and always. This is too cool.
Brian + Jessi



Meet Baby Knox. Sabrina DiLanzo and Joe welcomed Knox Gunner Truelove on June 3. She weighed 6 lbs. 7 oz. and was 18.5 inches long. Mama and Knox are both doing well!



Birthday Cake
6/23 Teresa Butler
6/24 Frank Bedoe
6/24 Doris Stone
6/25 Diana Cagle
6/26 Vadrin Colvin-King
6/28 Susan Baker
6/28 Ashley Voss
6/29 Donald Haspel
6/29 Randy Baker
6/30 Jessica Scott
7/2 William Warner
7/5 Melody McGee
7/6 Billie Gardner
7/7 Misty Davin
7/7 Shirley Rijkse
7/7 Lennie Stephenson
7/8 Lisa Baker
7/8 Carlton Peterson
7/8 Rodney Powell
7/12 Amy Bettini
7/15 Betty Carter
7/16 Vicky Wesner
7/17 Carla Strickland
7/18 Cathy Giles
7/18 Ramona Leftwich
7/19 Virginia Ferguson
7/20 Rhonda Jones
7/21 Meghan Brown
7/21 Morgan Steele
7/22 Kaan Ozmeral
7/23 Shelly Watkins
7/24 Sue Atkins
7/26 Heather McCracken
7/27 Nancy Wiser
7/28 Amy Baker
7/28 Nena Dixon
7/29 Cathy Swindell
7/30 Theresa Cebulski-Field
7/30 David Butler
7/30 Joli McDonald
7/31 Richard Biggs
7/31 Elizabeth King


Notes of Thanks

Thank you for the lovely flowers and card received from my CCCC family in memory of my aunt Edna Tyson. Thank you also for the sympathy and support you gave me during my Aunt Edna's illness and passing. I appreciate your thoughtfulness and prayers during this difficult time.

Angela L. Glover
Pittsboro Campus

A Thank You...

I wanted to take a moment and express my extreme gratitude to every member of the CCCC family who was kind enough to donate their leave, send me cards, well wishes, and prayers during my time of need. My family and I were a bit taken aback with my diagnosis, but with everyone's prayers and support (and leave!) we were able to make it through this trying time. I am so blessed to not only be on the road to making a full recovery to better health, but I'm also blessed to work for an institution that is so supportive of it's colleagues!

Thank you all so much!
Adena Mitchell

Many Thanks To All CCCC

Dear Friends:

My family and I cannot thank you enough for your very kind gestures of sympathy during the passing of my father, K.R. (Dick) Hoyle, Sr. We thank you for everything: the flowers, the visits, phone calls, cards, food, texts, prayers, and your presence at the service/visitation. Losing a parent always leaves a void, but he taught us well and we'll work hard to live up to his legacy and continue to make him proud. Please know that your kindness has helped my family start the healing process and has meant so much to all of us! It has been my honor and pleasure to work with you for many years and I have always noted to others that the College is truly a special place because of the people who work here. God Bless You All!

Ken Hoyle and Family



Dates to Remember


Monday, July 4 Fourth of July Holiday Observance

Tuesday, July 5 Fourth of July Holiday Observance

Monday, Aug. 8 Back to School Cookout - Chatham Campus

Wednesday, Aug. 10 Back to School Cookout - Harnett Campus

Wednesday, Aug. 10 CCCC Safe Zone Training

Thursday, Aug. 11 Back to School Cookout - Lee Campus



Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and more.

Do you write a blog for your course? Do you have a Twitter account or Facebook page for your department or classroom? Share your link! Email Cristina Oliver at and we will add to the list.



Cougar Pets News


You'll never find one without the other, Kip and Spyder.

Are you interested in adopting Kip and Spyder or another pet? Anyone interested please visit our Facebook page at
for more information and pictures of all the animals that need homes.



Things For Sale or For Free!

Moving Sale!

Unfortunately, these items cannot make the trip out west. Motivated to sell and all prices are negotiable. Please email me for pricing and/or to see any of the below in person.

Contact Virginia Mallory at

  • 5-piece sectional sofa
  • Antique chaise lounge
  • Henry Link wicker love seat, chair, and side table
  • Antique wooden wall hat rack with mirror
  • Shaker style bench
  • Two antique wooden chairs
  • Wooden tv/stereo console
  • 1940's desk with typewriter well
  • White chest
  • Two wicker chairs (not a set and not pictured)
  • Cube coffee table with glass top
  • Deck furniture pieces

Are you looking to clean out your attic or basement? CCCC-Bay is happy to post your items, for sale or give away, here in Cougar Bytes! Send an email (with photos if you would like) to Cristina Oliver at and we'll feature in next month's publication.



Contribute to Cougar Bytes

Cougar Bytes is a monthly newsletter distributed to staff and faculty. Is there a college event you would like to promote? Perhaps you have a success story you would like to share? We welcome any events, stories, photos, or shout-outs in our next issue. Please submit any contributions to

Our deadline for contributions is July 19 for the July issue. Thank you!


The next issue of COUGAR BYTES will be
Thursday, July 21, 2016.