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Honor Roll

Honor RollThe Laramie County Community College Foundation’s Honor Roll of Donors recognizes individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations whose philanthropic contributions exemplify outstanding commitment to improving the quality of education for our students and community. This book honors contributors through the following giving societies:

  • Lifetime Heritage Society
  • The Honor Roll of Donors
  • Golden Eagle Club
  • Supporting Our Mission through Your Gifts
  • Financial Reports


"Words cannot express how grateful I truly am to have received the help from your scholarship. With your help I am closer to achieving success and opening my heart to magnificent possibilities." – LCCC student  

Learning to Give

It's not necessarily an easy thing to do to give - to be selfless and to share your time, talent or treasure with an organization or individual.
In this LCCC Spotlight, meet Billie Addleman and Brandi Monger, a married lawyer couple that learned to give through the college.



Upcoming cultural events

LCCC Foundation offers a variety of cultural events each semester. These events feature writers, artists and other exciting speakers. Attend one of our cultural events today! The following is a list of events for Fall 2014.

Literary Connection

With guest authors Kurt Caswell, Ernie Cline, Danielle Pafunda

  • Oct. 3-4, 2014
  • LCCC - Union Pacific Centennial Room, Center for Conferences and Institutes, Room 129/130
  • Online registrations for Literary Connection are now closed. People can call 307.778.1285 to register for the event.

The Literary Connection is a meeting of readers and writers, with the goal of uniting those who love reading and the talented authors who bring us the world through their words. Share the excitement and pleasure as we celebrate the tradition of writing. The event is sponsored by the LCCC Foundation with program partner Cheyenne Family YMCA.

The following workshops will be offered:

Free Writers Workshop

  • Friday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Continental breakfast will be provided. People can call 307.778.1285 to register for the event.

An Afternoon with Three Authors

  • Saturday, Oct. 4 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunch will be provided. Registration fee is $45 and student registration is $5. Space is limited. People can call 307.778.1285 to register for the event.

Visit the Literary Connection webpage for more information about the event and the authors.

The Ed and Caren Murray Art Series presents: Another Place, The Paintings of Kit White

  • Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 at Laramie County Community College
  • 7 p.m. – Artist Lecture with Kit White, Science Center Room 121
  • 8 p.m. – Gallery Show and Reception, Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery
  • Free and Open to the Public

The artwork will be on display from Oct. 22 – Nov. 20, 2014

About the Artwork
Another Place, The Paintings of Kit White, looks at an alternative approach to landscape and what the idea of landscape, as a traditional form of visual description, entails. White breaks the landscape down to its metaphorical essentials: a stage or platform on which events and occupations take place. The linear elements that occupy that platform shift between being organic, constructed, or a mash up of both. As such, they represent the breadth of activities that take place in the world.

Curt Kaiser Memorial Ethics Fund presents Frank Bucaro

“Trust me! Insights to Ethical Leadership”

  • Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m.
  • LCCC - Union Pacific Centennial Room, Center for Conferences and Institutes, Room 129/130
  • Free and Open to the public

Leaders are increasingly challenged to find ways to build trust, foster collaboration, and develop customer loyalty. This upbeat, humorous and entertaining program features practical ideas and techniques to help support and energize leaders.

About Frank Bucaro
Frank Bucaro knows that trust issues, leadership missteps and ethics problems can threaten any organization, impact market value, and cause irreversible damage. His unique career path from the classroom to the boardroom began several years ago after a succession of high profile media reports on ethics problems captured his attention. While still a teacher, he became increasingly aware that problems relating to unethical practices in the marketplace seemed to be on the rise. Believing that ethics and values had the power to increase business success rather than impede it, he left teaching and began presenting on the subject of ethics.