New Center for Innovation Building
October 25, 2019
ECC Foundation Golf Tournament raises $30,000
The Edgecombe Community College Foundation's 34th Annual Golf Tournament raised approximately $30,000 for student scholarships, an increase from last year's fund-raising total of about $24,000. The tournament was held October 10 at Maccripine Country Club in Macclesfield. Thirty-four teams competed in the tournament, which is among the largest fundraisers for student scholarships held by the ECC Foundation.
Golf team at putting green
"The weather was perfect, and the golfers enjoyed themselves and played well, but the greatest outcome is the tremendous amount of funds raised through team entry fees, sponsorships, and other gifts. Every dollar will be used to fund student scholarships," says Lynwood Roberson, executive director of the ECC Foundation.
First Flight First Place Winner Webb_s Lawn Service
Webb's Lawn Service took first place in the first flight, played by (l-r) Timmy Webb, Kathy Webb, Tommy Tolson, and Cole Jeffreys.
Wooten Company Team
The Wooten Company won first place in the second flight, with team members (l-r) Michael Peters, William Larsen, Michael Matthews, and Miles Galloway.
Cummins Team
Cummins Rocky Mount Engine Plant placed first in the third flight, with team members (l-r) John Adams, Kenneth Farmer, Cornelius Staton, and Tommy Tippette.
Long drive champion Jeff Crittenden
An added attraction at the golf tournament this year was world long drive champion Jeff Crittenden, who demonstrated his long drive skills throughout the day.
Students elect SGA leadership
SGA Officers 2019-20

ECC announces 2019-2020 Student Government Association executive officers elected by the student body. From left are Shyann Warren, vice president; Isabella Garay, public information officer; Tiera Wheeler, secretary/treasurer; William "Bricen" Duff, Edgecombe Early College High School representative; Ta'jerick Jones, Curriculum representative; Lexus Regan, parliamentarian; Sidavia Foggs, president, and Meosha Draughn, SGA advisor.
Event draws young men to Tarboro campus
Food_ Fun_ and Fellowship Event at ECC

On October 19, ECC hosted "Food, Fun, and Fellowship," an event designed to empower young men attending ECC and Edgecombe high schools.
First Solar Construction class begins
Solar class

Students in ECC's first Solar Construction class will earn OSHA 10 safety certification and are learning skills needed to work at a solar construction site.
 
Veterans Day Ceremony

Edgecombe Performance Series
Small Business Center
Continuing Education
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