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Dr. Ken Boham talks with Caldwell County Rotary Club

Dr. Boham talking with Caldwell Rotary Club

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute President Dr. Ken Boham, right, recently told members of the Caldwell County Rotary Club that 2014 will be the 50th Anniversary year for the institution. Chartered in 1964, CCC&TI has altered thousands of lives in a positive way. During the recent recession, numerous local residents have found new employment due to training programs in which the College worked with local existing and new industries.

Industries such as Baker's Waste, Carolina Prime Pets, Wood Grain Mills and Exela Pharma have and continue to be helped. Boham also was pleased to point out the sc

The campus continues to grow with a new building being constructed for basic law enforcement training and campus consolidation on the Watauga campus for the first time. Boham is in his 19th year as CCC&TI President. CCC&TI Controller and Rotarian Scott Rogers, left, arranged the program.