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CWC instructor and president recognized

May 16, 2013 - From staff reports

Andy Eckart, Central Wyoming College's instructor of facilities maintenance technology, was named the state's Outstanding Community Service Educator at a ...

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Andy Eckart, Central Wyoming College's instructor of facilities maintenance technology, was named the state's Outstanding Community Service Educator at a recent meeting of the Wyoming Lifelong Learning Association. Eckart, who teaches construction skills and building maintenance to students at the Sinks Canyon Center, was recognized for the extra time and energy he devotes to his students. "Andy is diligent in helping every student advance professionally and personally," said Mickey Douglas, a past president and board member of the WLLA. Each year the organization recognizes outstanding adult educators. President honored Central Wyoming College President Jo Anne McFarland was recognized for 40 years of service at the annual CWC staff luncheon May 10. CWC board member Heather Christensen presented McFarland with an engraved vase and flowers to mark the occasion. Recognized for 30 years of service at CWC were assistant dean of enrollment services Jacque Burns, dean of commerce and technology Charlotte Donelson, Wyoming PBS assistant general manager Bob Connelly, and Wyoming PBS general manager Ruby Calvert.

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