Sentinel Progress

Clemson Downs donates to Tri-County Tech

PENDLETON — Clemson Downs made a $1,000 donation to Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation to continue its support of a scholarship for a nursing student in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties.

Tri-County alumni make up one third of the workforce at Clemson Downs, working in positions ranging from health care providers, to administrative assistants, to business office managers, to marketing specialist.

Dr. John LeHeup, executive director of Clemson Downs, fourth from left, presented Tri-County Technical College President Ronnie L. Booth, fifth from left, with the check. Also pictured are, from left, Dr. Lynn Lewis, dean of Tri-County’s Health Education Division; Debbie Nelms, fiscal analyst for Tri-County’s Foundation; Courtney White, director of development at the College; Barbara Huss, administrator at Clemson Downs; and Grayson Kelly, executive director of Tri-County’s Foundation.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_tctcclemsondowns.jpgDr. John LeHeup, executive director of Clemson Downs, fourth from left, presented Tri-County Technical College President Ronnie L. Booth, fifth from left, with the check. Also pictured are, from left, Dr. Lynn Lewis, dean of Tri-County’s Health Education Division; Debbie Nelms, fiscal analyst for Tri-County’s Foundation; Courtney White, director of development at the College; Barbara Huss, administrator at Clemson Downs; and Grayson Kelly, executive director of Tri-County’s Foundation. Courtesy photo

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