SCC faculty member Pam Bridgman, Beverly Gaddis and Cathy Epperson coordinated a used book sale in November to raise money to support the Wanda Bolze Memorial Scholarship Fund at Somerset Community College.
The sale raised $1,159 for the scholarship fund. Bolze, who passed away in November of 2006, was a longtime SCC faculty member. November is National Pancreatic Cancer Month. Pancreatic cancer took Bolzes life.
SCC faculty and staff members donated the books. Some of the donated books were given to the SCC Yellow Ribbon Project and will be sent to members of the United States military services serving overseas.
SCC has scheduled the dedication of a memorial in memory of Bolze for Friday, Dec. 4, at 10 a.m. The memorial and the dedication will be located on the south side of the Cooper Building located on the SCC Somerset Campus North. SCC President and CEO Dr. Jo Marshall; John Bolze, her husband; and Dr. Richard Held, Bolzes pastor, are scheduled to speak.
Contributions to the Wanda Bolze Memorial Scholarship Fund can be mailed to Somerset Community College, c/o Ann Zwick, 808 Monticello St., Somerset, KY, 42501. Checks should be made out to the SCC Foundation. Please, indicate the donation is for the Wanda Bolze Memorial Scholarship Fund in the checks memo line. Contributions to the SCC Foundation are tax deductible.
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SCC faculty and friends held a used book sale to raise more than $1,000 for the Wanda Bolze Memorial Scholarship Fund. Bolze, a longtime SCC faculty member, passed away in 2006. Tax deductible contributions to the scholarship fund can be made to the SCC Foundation.