Nathaniel Glick, HACC honors student and engineering major
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Brittany Johnson, HACC Virtual Learning business student
HACC Foundation Establishes Helen Hauser Memorial Scholarship
The Hauser family, owners and operators of the Hauser Estate Winery in western Adams County, have established the Helen Hauser Memorial Scholarship Endowment with the HACC Foundation. From left are family members Melinda Hauser Davis, Hannah Hauser, Jane Hauser Patrono and Judy Alder, representing HACC. The endowment will provide scholarships to students enrolled in the college’s viticulture/enology program.
Officials, donors get sneak peek at HACC Law Enforcement Center
Officials and donors had an opportunity to see the recent progress of HACC’s Senator Jeffrey E. Piccola Law Enforcement Center, under construction at the Senator John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center.
From left are John J. “Ski” Sygielski, Ed.D., HACC president; Dennis Browne, chair of the Public Safety Center Campaign Leadership Team; and August "Skip" Memmi, executive director, Dauphin County Office of Community and Economic Development. Memmi, on behalf of the Dauphin County Commissioners, presented HACC with $250,000 at the construction site of the Law Enforcement Center that is due for completion this summer.
The funds from the Dauphin County Commission will go toward HACC’s campaign to expand the entire Public Safety Center complex. Other donors and guests were recognized inside the Law Enforcement Center at the space that will become the John Crain Kunkel Tactical Firearms and Defensive Practices Arena, which includes a 25-lane indoor firing range.
The expanded complex will serve more than 30,000 students annually in law enforcement, fire training, emergency medical services (EMS) and healthcare with up-to-date technology.
HACC’s Lancaster Campus library, learning center renamed
From left, L. Marshall Washington, HACC-Lancaster Campus vice president; Sue Reber, trust officer, Ephrata National Bank; Ron Frisbie, foundation administrator, Ephrata National Bank; John “Ski” Sygielski, HACC president; Robert Minnich, personal trust and estate administration officer, Ephrata National Bank; William Barnett, vice president and senior trust officer of Ephrata National Bank; and Emily Conlin, a 2011-12 recipient of a Brossman Charitable Foundation scholarship.