UACCM Receives Generous Give Meaning Donation

University of Arkansas Community College in Morrilton received a generous donation towards the Give Meaning Campaign from Mr. Bob Coffman.  Mr. Coffman donated $5,000 to the campaign in memory of Bonnie Lea Poteet Coffman, his late wife, and Virgil and Sybil Poteet, his late parents-in-law. 
Mr. Coffman’s support of the Give Meaning Campaign goes back to the beginning with his willingness to sell UACCM the land that expanded the campus boundary on the west side of campus by 7.87 acres and is the planned site for the Workforce Training Center.  Chancellor Davis said, “Bob Coffman’s continued support of the Give Meaning campaign and the Workforce Training Center has allowed us to create a highly visible center that will offer the training needed in a growing market for skilled trades.”

The Give Meaning Campaign is a UACCM Foundation campaign to support four major UACCM initiatives that include construction of the Workforce Training Center, an endowment for new facility maintenance, institutional scholarships endowment, and the construction of a student-designed clock tower. For more information about the Give Meaning Campaign visit www.uaccm.edu.

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