b'DevelopmentsCD EC.Veterans Park E.Cafeteria RenovationsThe NCCC Foundation and Niagara County CommunityThe Dining Commons was unveiled in the College have announced the Veterans Memorial Parksummer of 2021.This $800,000 investment Campaign to relocate and expand the existing monumentreinvigorated the second floor cafeteria space on the Sanborn campus. The project affords NCCC anwith new seating for dining and student opportunity to honor those who defended our freedom.collaboration, new menu items inspired by Area veterans, their families, NCCC alumni, students, andNFCI, new equipment for food service and employees are invited to memorialize their service andpreparation, and the installation of electronic those of their loved ones, via an engraving on the newdevice charging locations spread throughout memorial wall, benches, or flagpoles.the space. For more information, visit: In the future, the Dining Commons plans to have www.niagaracc.suny.edu/veterans/memorialpark.an app to allow for pre-orders, which will lead to decreased wait times for food and increased D.Welding Renovations customer satisfaction.The space will also be equipped with enhanced electronic technology, In September of 2021, the Niagara County Legislaturedual video walls for presentations and movie voted to approve $1 million towards opening a weldingnights, and a larger space for meetings and and metalworking laboratory at NCCC that will traineducational instruction. students interested in those trades. The College also received a $300,000 grant towards the project from the National Science Foundation.2020-2021 Annual Report 21'