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RCC-Warsaw delegation visits General Assembly

On Tuesday, February 7, students from Rappahannock Community College’s Warsaw Campus traveled to a session of the General Assembly in Richmond, where they spoke with Delegates Keith Hodges of Virginia’s 98th District and Margaret Ransone of the 99th District. Those making the trip were John Donaldson of Northumberland County, Tim Lewis of Westmoreland County, Shannon Turner of Essex County, and Jesse Wallace of King William County. The students were accompanied by RCC president Dr. Elizabeth Crowther, vice president of instruction and student development Dr. Donna Alexander, and history professor John Paden.

RCC Students visit with Delegate Ransone

RCC Students visit with Delegate Ransone

Students from all over the state observe the legislature’s Community College Days every year by taking part in these trips. The purpose, as well as promoting the legislative goals of the Virginia Community College System, is to remind legislators of the importance of Virginia’s community colleges in providing for the critical needs of the Commonwealth and its citizens.

RCC Students visit with Delegate Hodges

RCC Students visit with Delegate Hodges

 

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RCCWarsaw-Ransone: RCC students, faculty, and administrators visited the General Assembly and spoke with Delegate Margaret Ransone on February 7. Left to right: RCC president Dr. Elizabeth Crowther, Delegate Ransone, John Donaldson, RCC history professor John Paden, RCC vice president of instruction and student development Dr. Donna Alexander, Jesse Wallace, Shannon Turner, and Tim Lewis.

RCCWarsaw-Hodges: RCC students, faculty, and administrators visited the General Assembly and spoke with Delegate Keith Hodges on February 7. Left to right: Tim Lewis, RCC vice president of instruction and student development Dr. Donna Alexander, Delegate Hodges, Jesse Wallace, Shannon Turner, RCC president Dr. Elizabeth Crowther, and John Donaldson.

One Response to “RCC-Warsaw delegation visits General Assembly”

  1. Carey Latimore says:

    I am so glad that RCC is still visiting the General Assembly. I remember my trip there as a student roughly 16 years ago. It’s also nice to see that faculty and administration remains involved in the visit.

    It’s also nice to see Mr. Paden! I was one of his first students at RCC.

    Keep up the good work RCC!

    Carey

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