LEWISTON, ID – A $10,000 donation to Lewis-Clark State College from the Clearwater Paper Corporation is benefitting students in the school’s Graphic Design/Print Technology program.
According to Brian Kolstad, LCSC Associate Professor of Graphic Design, the money will be used to pay for two new iMac computers, a color management system, a heat press for creating custom apparel, a subscription to an online image library, and specialty paper for the program’s Roland BN-20 metallic inkjet printer.
“We’re so thankful for Clearwater Paper’s donation to our program,” said Kolstad. “This directly impacts our students and will help prepare them for employment in the exciting world of graphic communication.”
Clearwater Paper’s donation was made to the Lewis-Clark State College Foundation. The Foundation’s fundraising effort Campaign LCSC - Celebrating the Past, Creating the Future is approaching its goal of $12 million, having raised $11,180,000 thus far.
Gifts to Campaign LCSC can be made online, by sending a check, donating stocks, or even donating agricultural commodities. To make a gift please contact Mary Hasenoehrl at [email protected] or 208-792-2458