Open Invitation to 2019 Hall of Fame Donor Appreciation Brunch, February 17

MANCHESTER, Conn. (January 31, 2019) – Members of the community are invited to join MCC Foundation in recognizing distinguished supporters of Manchester Community College at the 2019 Hall of Fame awards. Honorees will be recognized at a donor appreciation brunch Sunday, February 17, starting at noon at Manchester Country Club. The snow date is Sunday, February 24.

Each year MCC Foundation bestows its Extraordinary Volunteer Service and Investor of the Year awards on individuals or groups who have demonstrated commitment to Manchester Community College that stands out.  Reservations for the brunch are required; the cost is $25 per person for a delicious brunch, champagne, dessert and the award presentation.

For more information and to register, visit, or call 860-512-2903.

Extraordinary Volunteer Service awards go to Carla Adams, MCC professor, and Allison MacKenzie, MCC associate professor; as well as Leonard Jacobs, Esq., retired, Jacobs, Walker, Rice & Barry, LLC. The Investor of the Year is TAB® Computers, Inc., with special recognition of TJ Benoit ’81, TAB president.

“Our annual Hall of Fame brunch recognizes our volunteers and partners who help keep the relationship between the college and our community alive and relevant,” said Dr. Tanya Millner-Harlee, interim CEO of MCC. “I am very pleased to welcome this year’s honorees into this prestigious group of supporters of our mission.”

About MCC Foundation – Manchester Community College Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 Connecticut corporation. It is governed by a volunteer board of directors, composed of business and community leaders who serve as advocates for the college and secure support for college priorities. Since 1968, MCC Foundation has supported the college’s strategic initiatives via funding for student scholarships, college programs, and equipment. MCC Foundation helps build a network of community support and promotes better public understanding of the college as a regional resource.