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Employees show their Panther spirit

Submitted by on October 1, 2009 – 8:53 amNo Comment
SFCC employees may have noticed a new fashion trend currently being sported around campus. The “Panther Spirit” pin is being given to SFCC employees who are members of FACC and have contributed to this year’s SFCC Foundation and United Way campaigns. “We wanted to recognize the spirit of employees who have gone above and beyond in their support of the college,” said Dr. Stephens, president, SFCC. “So far, approximately 60 employees have supported all three.”

Panther-Spirit-PinThe pin was designed by Sharon Jones, Community Relations coordinator, and features the panther designed by Joshua Martinez, creator of the new college panther mascot logo. “It looks great!” said Ben Carter, coordinator, TLC/Adult Education advisor, who recently received his pin from Dr. Stephens. “It is an emblem that I will wear proudly and let people know what it means if they ask. It reflects the spirit of the college.”

If you have contributed to both campaigns and are a member of FACC but have not yet received your pin, do not be discouraged. “I am handing out the pins individually as I come across employees who have earned theirs,” Dr. Stephens said. “For those who would like to receive a pin, there is still time to contribute.” 

 

 

 

 Wanita Bates receives her Panther Spirit Pin from Dr. Stephens. The pin is given to SFCC employees who are members of FACC and have contributed to both the United Way campaign and the SFCC Foundation.

Wanita Bates receives her Panther Spirit Pin from Dr. Stephens. The pin is given to SFCC employees who are members of FACC and have contributed to both the United Way campaign and the SFCC Foundation.

 

 

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