The MSC Foundation Extends a
To the Invest in Success Campaign Leadership,
Volunteers and Donors
The Macon State
College Foundation's most comprehensive fundraising campaign ever
certainly lived up to its name.
Launched in early 2003 with a goal of $6 million,
the Invest in Success Campaign ended this spring having exceeded the
"We never doubted we would be successful,"
said Joe E. Timberlake, III, a retired businessman and longtime
Macon State supporter who chaired the campaign. "But the fact
that we went beyond what was a pretty lofty goal to begin with shows
how much Central Georgia is catching on to how valuable Macon State
College is to this region."
Sue Chapman, executive
director of the MSC Foundation, said Timberlake's leadership helped
ensure the campaign's success. "He has been a big believer in
Macon State for many years and his enthusiasm for the College was
contagious for many of our donors," she said.
Campaign Chairman Joe
E. Timberlake, III, Retired Businessman
Waddell Barnes, M.D., Retired Physician
"Buck" Levins, Business Executive
McMullan, CPA, McMullan and McMullan, LLP
Minter, Director of Enrollment Services, Macon State College
F. Tredway Shurling, President, Shurling and Company
Daniel Slagle, General Manager Business Services, Cox Communications
Dr. David A. Bell, left, congratulates Joe E. Timberlake
III, who chaired the Invest in Success Campaign, on the highly
successful fundraising effort.
In Success Campaign Pays Huge Dividends For Macon State College
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