Members of the Alexandria Jefferson High School Pop Group perform for luncheon attendees. 1 / 5
ATCCF director Kathy Pfeffer Nohre talks about the role the community plays in the success of ATCC. (Tara Bitzan/Echo Press)2 / 5
Left: The theme of the event was “Together…We Have it All,” representing how the pieces of health care, manufacturing, public safety, business, recreation and “you” fit together to make ATCC a successful part of the community. 3 / 5
ATCC President Kevin Kopischke poses with his grandchildren in front of a painting of him done by ATCC communication art and design instructor Myron Sahlberg in honor of Kopischke’s upcoming retirement.4 / 5
Left to right: Past ATCC presidents Frank Starke and Larry Shellito were on hand at Friday’s ATCCF luncheon to pay tribute to outgoing president Kevin Kopischke and to welcome incoming president Laura Urban.5 / 5
The Alexandria Technical and Community College Foundation (ATCCF) held its annual fundraising luncheon Friday, April 25.
Foundation President Jon Hall welcomed guests, who filled the ATCC law enforcement center to capacity. Students Aimee Harren and Austin Christensen talked about how foundation scholarships helped them reach their educational goals.
Messages were also given by ATCC president Kevin Kopischke, past president Frank Starke, president-elect Laura Urban and foundation director Kathy Pfeffer Nohre.
Kopischke, who will retire June 30, was honored for his 10 years of service as president. Urban will begin her duties July 1. The ATCCF was established in 1971 as the fundraising arm of the college.