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Press Release

June 13, 2014 at 1:53 PM

Fort Morgan, CO. 06/13/14.  The Morgan Community College Foundation wishes to recognize the PriceDavid Price family of Fort Morgan for establishing two new endowments for Morgan Community College (MCC). The “David E. Price Scholarship Endowment,” and “Donald C. and Loretta M. Price Scholarship Endowment” have been established for student financial aid.                            

Don Price“Don’s many years as an educator touched many lives,” says Loretta Price. “I thought it would be fitting to help students who want to continue their education. I think he’d like that.” Loretta Price also set up a second endowment in honor of their son, David, a 1975 graduate of Fort Morgan High School. “I think this is a special way to remember him,” adds Price.                                  

“The endowed scholarship in the names of Don and Loretta Price, and also the endowed scholarship in David Price’s name, are significant building blocks in the legacy that Don and Loretta Price started at MCC a number of years ago,” says MCC President Dr. Kerry Hart. “The Price family has touched and, through these endowed scholarships, will continue to touch, countless lives as students throughout MCC’s service area are provided opportunities for a college education.”

For more information about how you can donate to the MCC Foundation scholarship fund, visit www.morgancc.edu and select “Giving,” contact Kelly.Rasmussen@morgancc.edu, or call (970) 542-3107.

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