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Lots of SECC spirit at the Bryan School

Photo of Glenda Lloyd and Lisa McLaughlinA glance at the SECC gallery shows a good number of folks from UNCG’s Bryan School. There’s even a humorous one of Dean Mac Banks.

Lisa McLaughlin in the Bryan School’s Department of Management supports the SECC. “I like to support Hospice and Senior Resources of Guilford.”

Why is that? “My father was under the care of Hospice before he passed. Currently, my mother attends monthly meetings sponsored by Senior Resources of Guilford. They provide informative speakers, a time to socialize with other seniors and a catered meal.”

The SECC supports more than 1,000 charitable organizations in our region and state.

When you give, you can specify one or more that you’d like to support.

Glenda Lloyd in the Department of Management is another SECC supporter. “I have been supporting Operation Catnip, which spays and neuters cats,” she tells CW.

Whatever you support – whether it’s environmental charities, animal welfare organizations, care for seniors or children, etc – the SECC gives you a great way to help. You’ll be joining many of your UNCG colleagues.

“When many folks contribute, funds are available to help different organizations,” Lloyd adds.

Photo: Glenda Lloyd and Lisa McLaughlin (L-r) Bryan School’s Department of Management
By Mike Harris