2019 President's Dinner Photos and Videos will be posted after the event.
Debbi Guthrie, community activist, will be honored with Riverside City College’s inaugural Legacy Award. Guthrie is a distinguished civic leader and former owner of Roy O. Huffman Roof Company in Riverside. She retired after 27 years, having built a solid reputation as the third-generation owner of the company first established by her grandfather in 1921.
Dr. Hernandez, who was born and raised in the Central Pacific state of Michoacan, Mexico, came to the United States with his father, a seasonal migrant worker, at nearly 18 years of age. He attended Rubidoux High School and, despite little support from his family, enrolled in college, learned English and transferred to the University of California, Irvine, graduating from its medical school in 1996. He was selected as RCC’s Outstanding Student of the Year in 1988.
Dr. Gregory Anderson, Riverside City College president, invites the community to sponsor the 2019 President’s Dinner. The event is chance for businesses to market their businesses while supporting the student scholarship fund. A sponsorship received through the RCCD Foundation (a nonprofit 501c3 organization) is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Thank you for transforming students' lives.