The Winner of the Battle of the BOSSES is?

Before the Battle of the Bell football game, the stands swelled with excitement as several local Bosses including Morongo Unified Superintendent, Tom Baumgarten; Twentynine Palms High School Principal Justin several people on a football field cheeringMonical; Yucca Valley High School Vice-Principal, Mike Ruggerio; Yucca Valley Town Manager, Curtis Yakimow; Twentynine Palms City Manager, Frank Luckino; and Joshua Tree National Park Superintendent, David Smith showed their athletic abilities on a timed obstacle course. Many fouls were called by referee Jeff Cummings, Superintendent/President of Copper Mountain College; and there was a fierce battle for first place but Frank Luckino, Twentynine Palms City Manager exhibited a superior throwing arm to take the win.

Sponsors cheered for their favorite bosses by donating $6,200 for student athletic scholarships at Copper Mountain College. Top donor, NextEra Energy Resources was awarded a Charter Membership in the CMC Athletic Booster Club for their $2,500 donation. Copper Mountain College Foundation would like to thank Tom Baumgarten, MUSD Superintendent, the Donors and all of the Bosses who helped raise funds for new student athlete scholarships.

You still have time to support the inter-collegiate men’s and women’s basketball by becoming a Lifetime Athletic Booster Club Charter Member. There are only 28 memberships left that will guarantee you a place in CMC history.

If you are interested in becoming a lifetime member, please contact the CMC Foundation at 760.366.3791 ext. 4200 #slamdunkcmc.