LCC turns blue in honor of autism awareness

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email
Throughout the month of April, the LCC landmark sign that greets visitors to the Fort McIntosh Campus, as well as the bell tower at the South Campus, will shine blue in honor of autism awareness.

L-R: Rose Garcia, Ramon Orduña, Dr. Albert Salinas, Ramon Orduña Jr., Veronica Orduña, Terry Ortiz, and Veronica Hernandez.

LAREDO, TX (LCC) - Laredo Community College has transformed from green and gold to blue in honor of World Autism Awareness Day.

Members of the LCC family were joined by members of Families for Autism Support and Awareness for a special ceremony on Tuesday, April 1st at the Fort McIntosh Campus. Throughout the month of April, the LCC landmark sign that greets visitors to the Fort McIntosh Campus, as well as the bell tower at the South Campus, will shine blue in honor of autism awareness.

Pictured at the event are Rose Garcia, Ramon Orduña, LCC Assistant Dean of Enrollment and Registration Services Dr. Albert Salinas, Ramon Orduña Jr., Veronica Orduña, LCC Enrollment and Registration Services Center Assistant Director Terry Ortiz, and Veteran Affairs and International Student Coordinator Veronica Hernandez.


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