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Farmars presented 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy

From left are Rappahannock Community College Education Foundation Inc. (RCCEFI) president Rob Gates, Beverley Gates, Mary Jesse Farmar, RCC president Dr. Elizabeth Crowther, Virginia Community College System chancellor Glenn Dubois, Sue Farmar, Rick Farmar, RCCEFI development specialist Brittany Jenkins, RCCEFI executive director Sarah Pope, RCC program coordinator Michele Inderrieden and RCC scholarship specialist Beth Robins.

Glenn DuBois recently presented Sue and Rick Farmar of Warsaw the 14th annual Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy. They were nominated for the award by Rappahannock Community College (RCC).

Mr. and Mrs. Farmar were recognized along with two dozen other individuals, families and businesses from around Virginia for their exceptional support of Virginia’s Community Colleges. The awards were presented April 16 at a luncheon sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education in Richmond. As part of the award, each college will be given funds for the Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship, to be named in honor of the college’s 2019 Chancellor’s Award recipient.

Now in its 14th year, the Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy recognizes outstanding leaders who have helped support Virginia’s Community Colleges and their respective foundations. This year, among those to be honored are…

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