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Rogue Community College $1 clothing sale supports RCC student scholarships 

Jackson and Josephine Counties – The American Association of Women in Community College-Rogue Community College Chapter (AAWCC-RCC) announces its $1 Clothing Sale for the fall. 

The whole community is invited to shop and support the RCC Foundation student scholarship fundraising event, hosted by AAWCC-RCC. There are two dates and two locations for the fundraiser: 

  • Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the atrium at the Table Rock Campus (TRC-A), 7800 Pacific Avenue, White City. 
  • Wednesday, Oct. 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday, Oct. 6 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Redwood Campus Student Center (RWC-SC), 3345 Redwood Highway, Grants Pass. 

Clean clothing and accessory donations are sought and are tax-deductible through the RCC Foundation. Items may be dropped off during business hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at the following locations: 

  • Medford, on or before Monday, Oct. 3 at Riverside Campus, Higher Education Center room 120e — Rose Passione (HEC-102e)  
  • White City, on or before Tuesday, Oct. 4 at Table Rock Campus Health Professions Center room 161— Carmen Mons (TRC-C 161) 
  • Grants Pass, on or before Wednesday, Oct. 5 at Redwood Campus, L Building Pam Green (RWC-L)   

Volunteers to help with the event are also welcome. The association seeks assistance from college students, employees and community members. Help is needed to set up the sale items in White City on Oct. 3, and in Grants Pass on Oct. 5. Volunteers are also needed on the days of the sales to keep the donation tables looking nice and to pack up leftovers for donation to the Gospel Rescue Mission of Grants Pass. Those interested in volunteering should contact Pam Green for more information at: PGreen@roguecc.edu or 541-956-7347. 

AAWCC-RCC thanks those who helped with the $1 Clothing Sale at RCC in the spring of 2022. The one-day sale at Grants Pass campus raised $1,153 toward RCC student scholarships and programs. 

“We really appreciate the support this event has received from the community. It is a great way for people to invest in the future of our community while shopping some excellent deals. Some donations are brand new with the tags still on them, so you purchase something that could have cost $50 for just $1. Every sale has different items from leather jackets to brand named shoes and purses. You never know what you will find!” said Angelica Woods-Reuter, AAWCC-RCC events coordinator.  

To make a financial contribution to AAWCC-RCC’s scholarship funds, visit www.roguecc.edu/Foundation then click Donate Online. While completing the form, please type “AAWCC-RCC” in the box for designated contributions. To learn more about AAWCC-RCC, visit www.roguecc.edu/AAWCC or contact AAWCCRCCBoard@roguecc.edu or 541-956-7411.  



The American Association of Women in Community College-Rogue Community College Chapter (AAWCC-RCC) is designed to encourage professional development for women in community colleges; support women in leadership roles; develop communication among women in community colleges; promote and offer local and state workshops; and disseminate information on courses, programs and services for professional women. Our mission is to challenge, champion and celebrate each other while we volunteer to raise money for student scholarships and programs. 

AAWCC-RCC (www.roguecc.edu/AAWCC) is a chapter of the state organization, AAWCC-Oregon (www.aawccoregon.org), which is part of the national organization (www.aawccnatl.org). 


Established in 1970, Rogue Community College (www.roguecc.edu) serves residents in Jackson and Josephine counties at campuses and learning centers in Grants Pass, Medford, White City and the Illinois Valley. 

A public two-year community college, RCC offers multiple transfer degrees; more than 80 career and technical education degrees or certificates; and a variety of workforce and short-term training, academic skills, and continuing and community education classes; plus services to the business community. 

One of 17 community colleges in Oregon, RCC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. RCC also is approved by the Veterans Administration as a veterans training institution. 

Pamela Green, Past President – AAWCC-RCCe: PGreen@roguecc.edu | p: 541-956-7347


Kelly Gonzales, Marketing Director — Rogue Community College

e: KGonzales@roguecc.edu | p: 541-955-7525