Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Brittany Davis-Green - email@example.com
Pictured, from left, are CCC Director of Enrollment and Student Services Karen Done; Commander Eugene Bridges of the Tunica County Sheriff’s Office; CCC Director of Campus Safety Leon Williams; Chief Deputy Fernando Bee Sr. of the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Department; Coordinator of Student Activities Christopher Dixon; and Assistant Director of Enrollment and Student Services LaShasa Griffin.
CLARKSDALE – With plans for Coahoma Community College 2015 Homecoming now in full swing, organizers met this week to ensure that this year’s festivities will not only be fun, but safe.
Commander Eugene Bridges of the Tunica County Sheriff’s Office and Chief Deputy Fernando Bee Sr. of the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Department met with CCC Director of Campus Safety Leon Williams Monday morning to discuss logistics and safety plans for CCC’s Homecoming, slated for Sept. 19.
The annual event is expected to bring thousands of students, alumni and community members onto CCC’s campus for a day of tailgating, concerts and football. During the meeting, the agencies pulled together their resources to ensure CCC can provide optimum parking, traffic control, security, and first responders.
“Our friends at the Coahoma County and Tunica County Sheriff’s Offices have always backed us up,” said Williams. “We appreciate it and look forward to continuing our great working relationship.”
CCC Director of Enrollment and Student Services Karen Done said she knows the safety plans for Homecoming are in capable hands.
“I am confident that with leadership of CCC’s Department of Campus Safety and the wonderful partnership with Coahoma and Tunica County Sheriff Departments, Homecoming 2015 will be a fun and safe family event,” Done said.
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