Regional Rotary Clubs collaborate in support of Aims Community CollegeSubmitted on: 07-24-2007
Regional Rotary Clubs have joined forces to donate more than $10,000 to the new Allied Health and Sciences building at Aims Community College in Greeley. The cutting-edge facility will include laboratories designed to simulate today’s working environments and the latest technologies available in medical training. “This combined investment from regional Rotary Clubs to the Aims Allied Health and Sciences building is fantastic,” said Julie Buderus, Director of Institutional Advancement at Aims. “Their commitment exceeds support of bricks and mortar.” The donation comes from Greeley Downtown Rotary, Greeley Centennial Rotary, Greeley Red Eye Rotary, Loveland Rotary, High Plains Eaton Rotary, Windsor Rotary and a Rotary District Grant, and will fund the sponsorship of a multi-purpose science classroom in the new building, currently under construction on the Greeley campus. “Aims is an important part of our community, so the clubs felt it was a good project to invest in,” said Phyllis Neighbauer, former president of the Greeley Red Eye Rotary Club. “The healthcare industry is looking for more trained people, and this new building will help to fill that need.” Aims will unveil the new 68,000-square-foot Allied Health and Sciences building this fall. If you or your club, organization or business is interested in supporting Aims Community College and the future of higher education in Northern Colorado, contact Julie Buderus, Director of Institutional Advancement at (970) 339-6583 or email@example.com.
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