Edison State Community College made a generous donation to the Tipp Pride Association in support of the construction of Tipp City’s new community stadium.
Following a tailgating event, the college, represented by Edison State President Dr. Doreen Larson, Marketing Communications Director Bruce McKenzie, and Edison State student-athletes, were on the field at half-time of the football team to present a check and raise awareness to this initiative.
The check was presented to Gretta Kumpf, Superintendent of Tippecanoe Schools, Assistant Superintendent Chris Zink, High School Principal Leslie Christofano, and Assistant High School Principal and Athletic Director Kregg Creamer.
The Tipp Pride Association, who is responsible for raising funds for this new field initiative, is represented by Mashell Stith, Scott George, Angela Potchik, and Lisa McGraw.
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Now in its fifth decade of service, Edison State Community College is committed to providing higher education and advanced training opportunities for the people of the greater Miami Valley. Edison State is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is recognized with the highest order attainable by the Ohio Board of Regents. With campuses in Piqua, Greenville, Troy, and Eaton, Edison State provides a Personal Experience and Rewarding Education. Visit us online at www.edisonohio.edu.