Roane State Community College is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Oak Ridge campus with a breakfast and open house on Tuesday, September 10, and the public is invited.
The open house breakfast will be from 7:30-9 a.m. September 10 in the lobby and City Room of the Coffey/McNally Building at 701 Briarcliff Avenue.
The 120,000-square-foot Coffey/McNally building was dedicated on August. 13, 1999, a press release said. It’s named for Tennessee Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally and former Tennessee Representative David Coffey in recognition of their contributions and leadership in the campaign for the permanent Oak Ridge campus, the press release said. The building has a library, bookstore, classrooms, office space, art laboratory, and a music lab.
The 64,000-square-foot, three-story Goff Health Sciences and Technology Building was dedicated in September 2014. It’s named for Gary Goff, who served as Roane State’s president from 2005-2012.
You can reserve a spot at the anniversary breakfast by contacting Sandy Vann at (865) 354-3000, ext. 4802, or [email protected].
The event is hosted by the Oak Ridge Campus and the Roane State Foundation, the press release said.
This press release was submitted by Owen Driskill.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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