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TFC Corporate and Community Leadership Campaign
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Toccoa Falls College is pleased to announce its first Corporate and Community Leadership Campaign, which will kick off on May 1.

This Annual Fundraising Campaign will give an opportunity for Stephens County-Toccoa corporate and community leaders to help underwrite scholarships for students attending Toccoa Falls College. This year 79 students attend the college from the local area, and receive approximately $500,000 in institutionally funded scholarship assistance. It is the hope that with additional community leadership support the number of local students can increase as well as the amount of scholarship funds available.

This year, Ms. Stacy Miller, at Community Bank & Trust is serving as Chairman of the campaign. Ms. Miller was honored to commit, stating, β€œI am honored to be able to come alongside Toccoa Falls College and lead this important project. The idea of someone being able to go to college because we got involved is huge! The theme this year, β€œIt starts with me,” is appropriate. What a great way to make a difference in our community!” Listed below are several honorary co-chairmen and a very strong leadership team serving with Stacy Miller.

Honorary Co-Chairmen

Ben Cheek, 1st Franklin Financial

Leon Osborne, Osborne Wood Products

Gordon Telford, Retired CEO, Bank of Toccoa

Mr. Fred Watson, Watson Tire, Inc.

 

Chairman

Stacy Miller, Community Bank & Trust

 

Leadership Committee

Dee Dee Arrowood

Tim Ash, Stephens Federal Bank

Jay Doss, Skelton Morris Insurance

Clay Fisher, TruVista

Bill Grant, Retired GSP

Robert Hamby, Johns Roofing

Bruce Henderson

Nick Martin, Georgia Power

Evan Oglesby, EO Foundation

Aaron Plaisted, Edward Jones

David Plaisted, Edward Jones

Cory Shifflett, Northeast Georgia Bank

Anne Shurley, Currahee Club

Matt Skilling, Atty.

Chuck Taylor, Taylor Creek Farms

John Taylor, Taylor Properties

Deborah Whitlock, Atty.