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Sustainability at CCCC Chatham Campus impresses Lt. Gov. Dalton

03.28.2011College & CommunityCurriculum Programs

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Sustainability at CCCC Chatham Campus impresses Lt. Gov. Dalton

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Chef Kelly Taylor (right), of Central Carolina Community Collegeís Natural Chef culinary arts program, describes the refreshments made by the students for the visit of North Carolina Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton (center) and his wife, Lucille Dalton (left) during their March 24 visit to the sustainable programs at the collegeís Chatham County Campus, in Pittsboro. Also on the tour were elected officials N.C. Sen. Bob Atwater and Pittsboro Mayor Randy Voller; college trustee and former Chatham County Commissioner George Lucier; N.C. Solar Center Director of Education Pam Carpenter; CCCC President Bud Marchant; college administrators; and sustainability faculty.

Sustainability at CCCC Chatham Campus impresses Lt. Gov. Dalton

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Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton (center left) visited Central Carolina Community Collegeís Chatham County Campus, in Pittsboro, March 24 to learn more about its energy efficient buildings and sustainable green programs. Student Mark Pereira, of Chatham County, described for the governor and (from left) his wife, Lucille Dalton, and N.C. Sen. Bob Atwater the N.C. State University mobile photovoltaic trainer, which was at the campus for a joint Center-community college training session. The lieutenant governor also visited the new Chatham Community Library and Sustainable Technologies Center as well as the Natural Chef culinary arts, biofuels, green building, and sustainable agriculture programs. Also on the tour were Pittsboro Mayor Randy Voller; college trustee and former Chatham County Commissioner George Lucier; N.C. Solar Center Director of Education Pam Carpenter; CCCC President Bud Marchant; college administrators; and sustainability faculty.

Sustainability at CCCC Chatham Campus impresses Lt. Gov. Dalton

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Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton (right) receives a bouquet of early spring vegetables and Java chicken eggs from Hilary Heckler, manager of the student farm at Central Carolina Community Collegeís Chatham County Campus, in Pittsboro, during his March 24 visit to the campus. Dalton came to learn more about the campusís energy efficient buildings and sustainable green programs. Also on the tour of the campus were college trustee and former Chatham County commissioner George Lucier (back); Daltonís wife, Lucille Dalton; elected officials N.C. Sen. Bob Atwater and Pittsboro Mayor Randy Voller; N.C. Solar Center Director of Education Pam Carpenter; CCCC President Bud Marchant; college administrators; and sustainability faculty. 

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