Awards from a variety of public and private funders were received in June 2019.
The Catamount Trailblazer Program, which derives its name from the mascots for both institutions, builds upon the existing North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.
Once again, the WCU facility has been recognized for surpassing federal and state drinking water standards.
Alex Comfort, a certified fundraising executive with more than 32 years of experience in planned giving, will serve as instructor.
The Jackson County-based nonprofit assisted 800 patients in the region with primary health care and other health services last year.
WCU’s Cherokee Center and the tribal education Summer Youth Program partner to offer the camp, which exposes the youth to educational opportunities and involves them in a variety of activities.
Tom Apodaca of Hendersonville was recommended by N.C. Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger, and Tim Haskett of Kings Mountain was recommended by N.C. Speaker of the House Tim Moore.
Participants will have an opportunity to learn about the eight commandments of customer care and the basis for exceptional customer service at the five-star level.
Set for 3 to 5 p.m., the event will be held on the brickyard adjacent to Hunter Library and the Mountain Heritage Center.