Webster Colorado Springs Staff Help Fort Carson Project

| December 21, 2012
Fort Carson

The study room at the Fort Carson library was refurbished and decorated by staff at Webster Colorado Springs.

Staff at the Webster University Colorado Springs Metro campus location recently pulled together for a community project to help spruce up the Fort Carson library.

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Colorado Springs director Margaret Reed presents a painting donated by a local artist to Fort Carson’s Gen. Joseph Anderson.

The library study rooms had seen better days, so Webster Colorado Springs director Margaret Reed, representative Tiffany Noe, department associate Leo White, assistant director Bill Houth and community relations coordinator John Lee took on the task of painting and decorating a study room with a Webster twist.

During the opening ceremony, Reed presented a local artist’s painting to Fort Carson’s base commander, Gen. Joseph Anderson, depicting Blackhawk helicopters leaving Afghanistan as the sun set in the background. The artist donated it through Webster specifically for this purpose.

Gen. Anderson expressed extreme gratitude for Webster community members’ work on the room and for the donated painting.

As Lee said, “Webster is shining brightly at Fort Carson.”

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