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March 29, 2013

Salvation Army awards Cowley College with certificate of appreciationSalvation Army Award

Through its time and service dedicated to helping with projects over the past year, the Salvation Army recently awarded Cowley College with a certificate of appreciation.

The Salvation Army is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the needs of those less fortunate within Cowley County.

The college’s ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service) organization, CC Singers and Cheerleaders were among the groups on campus that helped with Salvation Army events over the past year.

Greg Nichols, Cowley College Associate Dean of Instruction and Salvation Army Board member, is proud of the college’s affiliation with the Salvation Army.

“As a Salvation Army Board member, I would like to express special appreciation to James Fry, Connie Donatelli, and Lindsay Sanderholm and the Cowley students from ACES, CC Singers, and Cowley Cheerleaders for their commitment to service to the community,” Nichols said. “One of the greatest needs for the community occurs around Thanksgiving and Christmas where the students spent countless hours helping distribute food to the needy. Students also spread Cowley Cheer and provided wonderful entertainment to some of our community’s senior members.”

Pictured are, ACES sponsor James Fry (holding the certificate), and back row, from left, Cowley College interim president Tony Crouch, vocal music director Connie Donatelli, cheer coach Lindsay Sanderholm, and Greg Nichols.