Health Care Careers Center at FRCC
WHAT: Cocktails and conversation with the leadership of Front Range Community College
WHEN: Wednesday February 13, 2019 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. with remarks starting around 5:45-6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Ginger and Baker – Milltop (359 Linden St., Fort Collins)
Please accept my personal invitation to a private reception.
The reason I’m hosting this reception is easy:
I believe in the power of excellent healthcare provided by top-trained professionals here in our community – I’ve personally experienced this top level of care with my loved ones, in particular my mother and my father. My father was the caretaker for my mother during her journey with Alzheimers. Unfortunately he neglected the warning signs of his own health while caring for her and passed within 10 days of being diagnosed with late-stage leukemia. Mom passed 50 days later of a broken heart. The care we received and the comfort given to my family was incredible during a very difficult time. I want the same quality of care available to everyone.
I believe in education and economic development.
As past president of an education foundation and board member of the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation, I’ve seen first-hand the value Front Range Community College brings to our community providing top-level education, job skills, training and the opportunity for self-sufficiency through gainful employment.
Healthcare is the fastest growing industry in the US.
Over the last decade, healthcare has added 2.6M jobs. Our region continues to grow, we have an aging population and the demand for high-quality skilled care is greater than ever. To meet that demand, we need FRCC HCCC. I ask that you join me in learning more and consider significant support for this campaign.