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Plantation Bay to Host Daytona State College Foundation Fundraiser Nov. 12
By: Daytona State College Foundation
"With the generous support of Flagler County Insurance Agency, Total Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning, and ICI Homes, a new Plantation Bay Scholarship Fund will be established to benefit students attending Daytona State College," said Tim Norton, Executive Director of the Daytona State College Foundation. "Students eligible for the Plantation Bay Scholarship will include employees of Plantation Bay as well as persons living in Plantation Bay," Norton added.
Renowned Nashville songwriters and musical performers Thomas Miller and Tim Nichols will entertain guests starting at 7:30 p.m. Dinner will feature a duet entrée of Sliced Filet Mignon and Chicken Piccata.
Known for songs they've written for country music's biggest stars, Miller and Nichols have more than 12 #1 hits to their credit and multiple other Billboard-charted hits including; You're Gonna Miss This, made famous by Trace Adkins, It Ain't My Fault, made famous by Brothers Osborne, Cowboys and Angels, made famous by Dustin Lynch, Live Like You Were Dyin' and Southern Girl, made famous by Tim McGraw, Whiskey and You (Earned a Grammy nomination!), made famous by Chris Stapleton, and many more.
Tickets are available for $100 per person and may be purchased via Daytona State's secure online ticket portal at www.DaytonaStateFoundation.org, by calling (386) 506-3407.
About Daytona State College Foundation
The Daytona State College Foundation provides financial assistance to students and funding for critical needs that are beyond the scope of the College's budget. The Foundation exists to assist anyone interested in investing in the lives of students by way of a tax-deductible charitable gift, and to connect the College's values and its merit with all who seek to learn and support Daytona State College. Daytona State College, founded in 1957, offers more than 100 certificates, associate and bachelor's degree programs as it responds to the education and workforce training needs of Volusia and Flagler counties. The College enrolls more than 20,000 students per year at its six instructional sites and online. Daytona State graduates serve in critical fields, including health care, emergency services, accounting, business, education, hospitality, engineering technology, computer science and more. For information about how you can support students or programs with a gift by cash, check, credit/debit card or with appreciated assets (stocks, bonds, IRAs, etc.) or by making plans to give via your will or trust, please call (386) 506-3658 or email Foundation@DaytonaState.edu.
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