Wor-Wic Holds Three-Way Challenge Campaign Victory Breakfast
October 19, 2005

Attendees at the Wor-Wic Community College victory breakfast to celebrate the successful conclusion of the Three-Way Challenge Campaign included, from left, Greg Stein, campaign steering committee member, with Alan Newberry, president and CEO of the Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

From left, Bill and Carolyn Johnston of Salisbury, donors, enjoy coffee and conversation with Dr. Stephen L. Capelli, vice president for academic and student services at Wor-Wic Community College, at the victory breakfast to celebrate the conclusion of Wor-Wic’s Three-Way Challenge Campaign.

From left, Dan Oliver, regional vice president for Delmarva Power, and Tom Hershey, a member of the steering committee for the Wor-Wic Community College Three-Way Challenge Campaign, were at the victory breakfast to celebrate the conclusion of the campaign.

Marty Neat, far left, president and CEO of the First Shore Federal Savings & Loan Association and chairman of the campaign steering committee, and Dr. Ray Hoy, second from left, president of Wor-Wic Community College, presented special awards to Morgan Hazel, second from right, and Michael Guerrieri, far right, for their work on behalf of the college’s Three-Way Challenge Campaign. Hazel received the “top dollar” award and Guerrieri received the “heart and sole” award.

Velda Henry of Berlin, left, and Morgan Hazel of Salisbury, members of the board of trustees of Wor-Wic Community College, enjoyed the victory breakfast to celebrate the conclusion of the college’s Three-Way Challenge Campaign.