Dr. Ski's Miles of Gratitude - Tour de HACC
April 22-24, 2014, HACC's incomparable president, John J. "Ski" Sygielski, rode his bicycle over 170 miles in just three days to express his gratitude for all that Central Pennsylvania does for its community college. During this journey, he made stops at HACC's Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York campuses.
Frank J. Dixon Tournament for Scholarships at HACC
Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, at the Hershey Country Club - West Course.
- Registration -10 a.m.
- Buffet lunch -11 a.m.
- Shotgun start -Noon
Now in its 18th year, the HACC Foundation's Frank J. Dixon Tournament for Scholarships at HACC is one of the premier scholarship fundraising events in Central Pennsylvania.
Thanks to the generosity of event sponsors, the HACC Foundation has raised more than $1.7 million since this annual event started in 1996.
Typically, each tournament nets approximately $100,000 in scholarship support for HACC students with financial need.
Save the date now for Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, at the Hershey Country Club!Interested in sponsoring this event? View sponsorship opportunities for more information.
Golden Anniversary GalaSaturday, Oct. 25,2014 at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg in Camp Hill. The celebration begins at 5:30 p.m.
Dress up in your evening finest and join us for HACC's Golden Anniversary Gala. HACC was the first community college chartered in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. On Feb. 14, 1964, the longtime dream of civic leaders and private citizens became a reality. At last, Central Pennsylvania had an affordable, accessible gateway to a better future for thousands of residents in communities throughout the region.
Don't miss this exciting evening to retell our history, honor our forebears and highlight what HACC has to offer to Central Pennsylvania.
Interested in sponsoring this event? View the
sponsorship opportunities for more information.
Interested in purchasing tickets for this event? Please go to www.hacc.edu/givenow and select HACC's Golden Anniversary Gala for ticket options.
Pictured, from left: Mrs. Guy J. Swope, Gov. William M. Scranton, Raiford E. Spencer and William L. Murray place the cornerstone at Blocker Hall on Nov. 29, 1966.
After goods and services, your sponsorship is tax deductible. Thank you!!