Six join RCC Foundation board


LUMBERTON — The Robeson Community College Foundation board of directors has appointed six new members to be sworn into office in July.

The new board members include Elizabeth McPhaul, regional human resources manager for Elkay Manufacturing; Matt Adams, manager of Robeson County Farm Bureau; Charles Kemp, co-curator of the Border Belt Farmers Museum and former mayor of Fairmont; Alan Avant, vice president and branch manager of Lumbee Guaranty Bank; Abe Marshall, a retired businessman; and Cindy Kern, executive director of the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce.

According to the Robeson Community College Foundation website, “the primary mission of the Robeson Community College Foundation is to provide educational opportunities through scholarships to students who might otherwise be unable to attend RCC.”

All contributions to the foundation are tax-deductible. For information on the scholarships, visit robeson.edu/foundation.

The new board members, who were chosen unanimously, will be sworn in on July 9 at the Robeson Community College Foundation board of directors quarterly board meeting.

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