UACCH to Honor Congressman Mike Ross with April 8th Roast and Toast
HOPE, AR – The University of Arkansas Community College at Hope Foundation is pleased to announce that it will honor its advocate and friend in Congress, Congressman Mike Ross on April 8th during this year’s UACCH Foundation Roast and Toast. Congressman Ross has been very supportive of many projects in Hope and Hempstead County. He has served the constituents of South Arkansas for over two decades.
Congressman Ross of Prescott represents Arkansas’s Fourth Congressional District which includes 29of Arkansas’s 75 counties. First elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2000, Congressman Ross is serving his sixth term. In Congress, Ross serves on the powerful House Committee on Energy and Commerce and its Subcommittee on Health; Oversight and Investigations; and Commerce, Trade and Manufacturing. He also represents the United States as Vice President of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentary Assembly, an association of lawmakers from each of the NATO-member counties.
Here at UACCH, Ross has fought hard for us and has successfully completed numerous projects that have shaped the success of the College. In an effort to honor his years of dedicated service to Arkansas, to Hempstead County, to Hope, and especially to the College, a Roast and Toast in his honor will be held on April 8th at the 1940 WPA Gymnasium in Historic Washington State Park. The event will begin with a Reception at 6:00p.m. in the Woodlawn Plantation Home with the dinner and program to begin at 6:30p.m in the Gymnasium. Sponsorship packages for the event are available as well as individual tickets.
For more information about this event and to purchase your sponsorship package and/or tickets please contact Dolly Henley at 870-722-8516.