Clark College Foundation honors Alan and Laura Webb; advocates for baseball field
On Wednesday, May 18, recognition for dedication to Clark College students, programs, and athletics was presented in the form of two special awards at the Clark College Foundation’s annual “Savoring Excellence” dinner program at Gaiser Student Center.
Alan and Laura Webb were presented with the Clark College Foundation Presidential Award for Excellence. The Vancouver car dealers were honored for establishing several scholarships.
The Penguin Nation Grand Slam Award is a new award given to a dedicated group of community members who raised funds and provided labor to refurbish the Clark College baseball field.
Those receiving the award were Jim Raines, Jon Girod, Ron King, Jack Grover, Randy Myers, Bob DeAngelo, Don Freeman, and Rip Ramsey.
Established in 1973, the Clark College Foundation serves as the fundraising arm of Clark College to support student access to educational programs and services. Savoring Excellence is a yearly event hosted by the Clark College Foundation to honor top contributors to the programs and students of Clark College. For more information about the foundation, visit clarkcollegefoundation.org.