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Farm Bureau donates $2500 to Ozarka College Capital Campaign

Published on July 1, 2014

The Board of Farm Bureau Insurance has committed $2500 to the Ozarka College Student Services Center Capital Campaign.   Their contribution will pay to furnish an area in the Student Services Center on the Melbourne Campus.

We sincerely appreciate Farm Bureau's commitment to Ozarka College and our hard working students, said Dr. Richard Dawe, President at Ozarka College.

In December of 2013, Ozarka College broke ground on the new Student Services Center, which will house all student services, various individual and group study areas, community meeting rooms, a video conferencing center, additional banquet space for college and community use, and a state of the art culinary learning lab.

The Students at the Center capital campaign is a bold step to raise the quality of educational and student support services at Ozarka College to new heights. The campaign will help ensure student success and will enhance the campus to create a more community-centered learning environment.

Donation levels range from $2,500 to $250,000.   The Ozarka College Foundation, a non-profit organization, as well as the Ozarka College Board of Trustees, will ensure the funds are used for expressed purposes.

For more information about giving opportunities to the "Students at the Center capital campaign, please contact Suellen Davidson, Director of Advancement, at 870.368.2059 or

The Ozarka College Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are tax deductible on itemized tax forms.

Rep. Tommy Wren, Farm Bureau Board member, Matt Rush, Ozarka College Foundation Board member, Phillip Steed, Farm Bureau Agency Manager, and Kendall Morrison, Farm Bureau Board President.

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