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2011 News Home
SC4 to offer Emergency Medical Technician program
SC4 honor society chapter recognized regionally
SC4ís Bad Axe licensed practical nurse program taking applications
Nearly 2,000 SC4 students earn honors
Slots available for SC4 Alumni Association golf outing
SC4 Alumni Association takes bus trip to Detroit Tigers game
SC4 to offer certified nurse aide class in Bad Axe
SC4ís The Spiral Studio featuring college student work
SC4 enhances web development program
SC4 students awarded Blessinger grants
SC4 student awarded Mueller Brass scholarship
SC4 student awarded Binda scholarship
SC4 student awarded Blessinger scholarship
SC4 announces new freshwater systems degree
SC4 announces new fabrication and design degree
SC4 spring, summer class registration still open
SC4 to offer professional development classes for medical coders
SC4 Commencement 2011 Web page features photos, video
SC4 prepares eight students for certified nurse aide exam
SC4 faculty honor David Korff
SC4 employee group votes to honor outstanding member
SC4 Educational Support Personnel unit honors member
SC4 Music Club presents first concert
SC4 to host SVSU teacher certification information seminar
Blessinger awards recognize SC4 teaching excellence
Faculty Memorial Award honors SC4 student
SC4 Commencement ceremony to air on Comcast
SC4 students earn degrees, certificates
SC4 Foundation awards more than $96,000 in scholarships
March 29, 2011
Detroit Red Wings Alumni hockey game raises more than $12,000 for SC4 Foundation
The SC4 Foundation and Detroit Red Wings Alumni Association's Skating for a Cause fundraising hockey game Saturday, March 26, drew more than 1,750 people and raised more than $12,000 to benefit the SC4 Foundation.
The event at McMorran Place Arena in Port Huron featured a team of past Red Wings legends and alumni members versus a team representing the SC4 Foundation. The Red Wings alumni team won 7 to 5.
Members of the Red Wings alumni team were George Bowman, Shawn Burr, Jimmy Carson, Dino Ciccarelli, Daniel Farmer, Brent Fedyk, Andrew Kinney, Doug Kinney, Lorne Knauft, Darren McCarty, Kevin Miller, Bryan Smolinski, Chris Tamer, Tim Taylor, Tom Williams and Paul Ysebaert.
Members of the SC4 Foundation team were Brian Crankshaw, Jon Finstrom, Dave Garrettson, Casey Harris, Michael Kimmerly, Guy Lorkowski, Paul MacDonald, Bobby McKillop, Dan Newman, Dr. Ian Shaw, Andrew Shier, Shayne Tomlinson, Ryan Verbeke and Scott Worden.
In addition to sponsorships and admission tickets, which benefited the foundation, the event also raised money with participants making a $5 donation each for autographs from Red Wings legends. The autograph proceeds benefited the foundation and the Wings alumni association.
The event also featured a 50-50 raffle (Michigan raffle license number is X76679) and a "Chuck a Puck" contest to win a television. Winner of the raffle was Kay McGuigan of St. Clair. Winner of the television was Emily Matuszewski of Fort Gratiot.
The game was dedicated to the memory of Mary M. Barss and the Mary M. Barss Nursing Scholarship. The Barss family of Port Huron was one of the premier sponsors of the event.
Separately from the game, the Barss family made a $20,000 donation to create an endowment fund with the SC4 Foundation to establish an annual nursing scholarship for St. Clair County Community College students. A donation check was presented to foundation board of directors member Christine Newberry on center ice at the game. Mary M. Barss' son, Ted Barss, presented the check.
Other event premier sponsors were Best Buy, Datapak Services Corp., First Michigan Bank and Labatt.
Game day supporters were Best Buy, Dyck Security, Hill Devendorf P.C., Port Huron Scotch Tasters Society, St. Clair County Office of Homeland Security, Shaw Chiropractic, Verizon Wireless and grant funding from the Community Foundation of St. Clair County.
SC4 Foundation player sponsors were Adduce Consulting, Best Buy, BioPro Inc., Blue Water Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Carhartt, DTE Energy Foundation, Duraclean by Bacheller, E & A Credit Union, Eastern Michigan Bank, Great Bakes Cakes, Joe Mericka/Wells Fargo Advisors, Orthopedic Associates, Pepsi, Physician Healthcare Network, Precision Computer Solutions and Shaw Chiropractic.
For a gallery of event photos, visit www.sc4.edu/photos or the college's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/followSC4.
Chartered in 1963, the SC4 Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to assisting St. Clair County Community College in developing its educational programs, expanding its facilities and supporting its students. For more information about the foundation, contact David Goetze, SC4’s director of college advancement and alumni relations, at (810) 989-5761 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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