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Alumni generous with top fundraising concerts

Riverland Community College and the Riverland Community College Foundation were fortunate to raise more than $245,000 for the BOSS (Bikers of Student Success) Scholarship Fund with the help of Brian Christianson and Friends.

Brian and his wife, Nicole, and their extraordinarily talented colleagues Chris Joslin, Tim May and Andy Todd traveled from Nashville, Tenn., to perform in two concerts at Riverland’s Frank W. Bridges Theatre on May 30 and 31.

In addition to ensuring that the BOSS Scholarship Fund is now endowed, Brian and Friends enriched our community’s cultural experience over two delightful nights. That Brian and Nicole are alumni of Riverland Community College makes their generosity even more special. We are grateful that they were willing to share their musical gifts to raise money and help other students pursue their educational dreams.

Special thanks to Ron Wangen and the rest of the BOSS Scholarship Committee for planning an implementing an outstanding fundraising event.

Terrence Leas

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