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Jan. 9 declared RCC Founders Day

Exactly 50 years to the day after the first meeting of the Rappahannock Community College board, Jan. 9, was officially recognized as Founders Day for the community college that serves the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck. The first meeting of the RCC board was held on Jan. 9, 1970 at the Vacationer in Urbanna. College officials returned to the same location, now the Chesapeake Inn, last Thursday to officially recognize RCC Founders Day and kick off the 50th anniversary celebration. Ellen Davis, current vice chairman of the RCC Board, and Robert Gates, president of the RCC Educational Foundation, Inc., unveiled the special resolution that recognizes Jan. 9 as RCC Founders Day signed by Gov. Ralph Northam and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kelly Thomasson. RCC president Dr. Shannon Kennedy ended the ceremony with a toast to RCC. On Saturday afternoon, the Glenns campus held an open house to celebrate the milestone anniversary, where Davis discussed some of the issues that the college...

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