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2011 State of the Community Reports Part 1
 

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    • State of the Community Luncheon February 4, 2011 Odawa Casino Resort Ovation Hall Sponsored by
    • Welcome
      • Dan Ledingam
      • Chairman,
      • State of the Community Luncheon
    • State of the Community Luncheon February 4, 2011 Odawa Casino Resort Ovation Hall Lunch provided by Odawa Casino Resort
    • 2011 State of the Community Luncheon Sponsor
    • State of the State
      • Honorable Howard Walker
      • Senator, 37 th District
    • State of the College
      • Dr. Cameron Brunet-Koch
      • President,
      • North Central Michigan College
    • North Central Michigan College State of the College Cameron Brunet-Koch, Ph.D. President
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    • Coming Soon: New Health Education and Science Center
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      • New labs
      • Upgraded facilities
      • Expanded teaching capacity
      • Space for new programs
      • Energy efficiency
      • Funding
      • Bonds
      • Capital Outlay
      • Private donations
    • Board of Trustees Bob Blanz Phil Millard John Fought Jean Beckley Dave Kring Marion Kuebler Honorable Charles Johnson Adjunct Instructor
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    • Cheboygan Initiative Young Americans University Center at Gaylord Geographic Information Systems
      • Emmet County property taxes $6 million
      • Tuition and fees $6 million
      • State appropriations $2.9 million
      • Other $ 115,000
      • Total $15.1 million
    • NCMC’s Regional Economic Benefit: $127 million
    • Jack Hanna Columbus Zoo Dina Temple-Raston NPR Correspondent Richard Picciotto FDNY Chief
    • Jack Harris Philanthropist
    •