b'WE ARE ACOMMUNITY A message from the PresidentThe events highlighted in the 2020-2021 annual report serve as a reminder of the resilience and ingenuity of the faculty, staff and students at Niagara County Community College.The campus community came together during the past year both virtually and in-person, developing new ways to communicate, educate and learn throughout the pandemic.Through the leadership of SUNY and new chancellor, Dr. Jim Malatras, NCCC was able to implement COVID testing and screening protocols to keep those on campus safe, and additional technological resources were made available to students studying remotely.Many traditionalfor Horizon Health Services, the Student Club activities were modified to accommodate requiredat NFCI made healthy snacks for children at the restrictions.In an effort to preserve annualNiagara Falls Boys and Girls Club and collected and traditions, Gingerbread Wonderland becamedistributed food donations to Community Missions an occasion for families to pick up supplies atin Niagara Falls.These activities underscore NCCCs the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute to craft andcommitment to the community, and dedication to decorate at home, the Annual Film and Animationcreating meaningful, holistic experiences outside the Festival was enjoyed virtually through Zoomclassroom.sessions and the 57th Annual CommencementI hope you enjoy seeing all we have accomplished Ceremony was celebrated with extra flair at anthis past year and I look forward to joining you in outdoor gathering including music, giveaways,promoting our community as we move forward.food, and the opportunity for students to walk across an outdoor stage in front of their familiesSincerely,and friends.In addition to campus events, many NCCC clubs and organizations participated in community service initiatives.Student Life collected and distributed holiday gifts for families in need and collected $5,580 for the United Way, the Student Nurses Association had a donation driveWilliam J. Murabito, Ph.D.'