This fundraising event supports teacher grants, student scholarships and innovative projects for the district and will be held Friday, February 6, 2015, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Brazos County Expo Complex.
CNB Senior Vice Presidents Mike McBerty and Tom Maynard presented a check for $10,000 to Education Foundation President Clayton Rhoades and Director Teresa Benden at A&M Consolidated High School's first home varsity football game. A check presentation also will be made at the College Station High School home varsity football game on September 19th.
“50 Men Who Can Cook has been an outstanding event that just continues to grow in popularity,” McBerty said. “Commerce National Bank is pleased to have been the Top Chef sponsor for the past six years and is glad to provide support for schools in CSISD to assure the best educational opportunities are available for students.”
“Commerce National Bank's commitment to be the Top Chef sponsor for our 50 Men Who Can Cook really puts into perspective their dedication to College Station ISD students and their belief in the work we are doing at the Foundation,” Rhoades said. “I can't thank Commerce National Bank enough for their long-term support of the CSISD Education Foundation and our schools.”
The Education Foundation is currently celebrating its 15th anniversary, and thanks to overwhelming community support will surpass $1 million awarded in funding to College Station ISD schools.
For more information about sponsorships or tickets, please visit our website at givetokids.csisd.org, check us out on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CSISDEF, or contact Teresa Benden, CSISD EF director, at 979-764-5400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.