LSEBA Honors Two Retired Board Members


The Lower Savannah Education and Business Alliance (LSEBA) honored two retired members during the February 9th meeting of the LSEBA Board of Directors. Honorees were Dr. Anne S. Crook, former president of Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College, and David Coleman, former president of the Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce. The recently-retired board members, who are still actively involved in education and in their communities, were presented plaques for their years of outstanding service and dedication to the Alliance. Both leaders are founding members of LSEBA.

A regional organization, LSEBA supports K-16 educational programs by promoting student achievement, college and career readiness, and a skilled workforce equipped to compete in the global economy. Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College is the Alliance’s fiscal and administrative agent.

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