Customized Bricks a Way to Make Lasting Mark on PCC Campus

Rob Goldberg | June 24th, 2022

Photo of customized brick installation with tools.

WINTERVILLE—With the installation of each new customized brick, the base surrounding Pitt Community College’s Ed & Joan Warren Clock Tower is becoming a wellspring of positivity.

The bricks, which the PCC Foundation is selling to generate revenue for student scholarships, have proven to be a great way for PCC supporters to pay tribute to loved ones and mentors. Some have even purchased them to spread messages of love, hope and encouragement.

“The PCC Foundation’s brick campaign is a winner all the way around,” PCC Development Officer John Bacon says. “In addition to raising money for scholarships, honoring loved ones and providing inspiration to generations of Bulldogs to come, the bricks have given our masonry students a chance to put the skills they’ve learned in the classroom to work.”

Each customized brick costs $75 and includes a one-year membership to the PCC Alumni Association. Those who purchase three bricks receive lifetime Alumni Association memberships.

For more information on PCC masonry training, visit the “Skilled Trades” page of PCC website.

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