Safety and Health Council of NC presents plaque to R-CCC
Via a recent Zoom awards presentation, President of the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina Charles "Chip" McDonald presented a plaque to Roanoke-Chowan Community College (R-CCC) Interim President Dr. Deborah Lamm and college officials for outstanding achievement in offering the National Safety Council Defensive Driving Program.
"Through the College’s Workforce Continuing Education Department, the safety driving program has been offered since 2016," according to Workforce Continuing Education Associate Dean Wendy Vann. "During this timeframe, a four-hour defensive driving course supported by the District Attorney’s Office, Judicial District 6, has been provided to more than 600 individuals within the College’s service area."
In his presentation, McDonald stated, "Our courses are a very good reminder of what it takes to be a good driver. Please accept this plaque that demonstrates a lot of work and a lot of effort."
Lamm ended the presentation by sharing, "We're so thrilled to be a part of this program. We appreciate the recognition."
Pictured from left: Workforce Continuing Education Associate Dean Wendy Vann, Workforce Continuing Education Registrar Shirley Gay, President of the Safety and Health County Charles "Chip" McDonald, R-CCC Interim President Dr. Deborah Lamm and Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Defensive Driving Instructor Jaime Heckstall.