Grand reopening

Published 1:01 am Friday, September 28, 2018

LBW Community College recently celebrated the reopening of the Forest Technology Building on the Andalusia Campus after major renovations, including state-of-the-art cartography lab, multimedia classroom, storage, office, break areas, and a new cedar-appointed front porch. The renovations were made possible, in part, by a grant from the Solon and Martha Dixon Foundation. LBWCC’s forest technology two-year degree program is the only one in the state of Alabama. Pictured, in front from left, LBWCC President Dr. Herb Riedel, Forest Technology Instructor Mark Hainds, Solon and Martha Dixon Foundation President Doris Tyler and Director Phillip Jones, joined by Covington County Commission Chairman Greg White and several members of the community, forest industry, Discovering Alabama film crew, high school representatives, and LBW faculty and staff.