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The Junior College of Broward County Foundation Corporation was incorporated in 1966
With both the Fine Arts Theater and Bailey Hall, the college gained greater drawing power
With 28 faculty members, the college opened to its first class of 701 students
Dr. Holcombe expanded the college's participation in international education
Dr. Joe B. Rushing served as the first president of the Junior College of Broward County
Dr. Joe Rushing returned to BCC as the commencement speaker
From left to right, Prof. Peggy Green, trustee Michael Curran, Prof. Carey Witkov, and Prof. Karen Walsh
Evelyn Hardy, born in poverty in rural Alabama, used BCC as a stepping stone to higher education
Fort Lauderdale realtor George E. Mayer (center) is welcomed to the board of trustees in 1969
FAU Pres. Anthony Catanese (left), BCC Central Campus Provost Glen Rose, and BCC Pres. Willis Holcombe are all smiles
Fred Flinstone Holcombe and Barney Rubble George Young laughed it up with 30-year honorees
Former golf professional and famed instructor Bob Toski
English professor Judith VanAlstyne confers with Judson A. Samuels
Electronic Engineering Technology Program Director Sandra Sanders
Electronic engineer Terry Glatt was awarded his Distinguished Alumni Award in 1996
Dignitaries join trustees Paul Anderson and Cheryl Krause, Dr. Holcombe, Central Campus Provost Dr. Patricia Caldwell, and Dean of the Student Affairs Dr. Carol Ross-Black
Dr. Adams and District Board of Trustees Chairman Judson A. Samuels are pictured
Dr. Adams hands over a check to Lucius Weeks to purchase the Downtown Center
Dr. Adams joins with members of F-Troop
Dr. Adams congratulates art professor Lamonte Anderson

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