MCC, Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce host ribbon cutting for Beale Street Center

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MOHAVE COUNTY – The red ribbon has been cut to debut the new Mohave Community College Beale Street Center, located at 309 E. Beale St., which brings the presence of MCC closer to the heart of Route 66.

Jaime Ramirez, Kingman Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Chairman, and MCC Board of Governor member Vance Miller (District 1), had the honor of cutting the ribbon Thursday, Sept. 23. Community and business leaders attended the festivities and were able to see the new building. 

The downtown building houses the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce, MCC Small Business Development Center, MCC Community and Corporate Education. The partnership between MCC and the Chamber is important because they both support and strive to improve the community, and provide various resources for community members. 

Jaime Ramirez, Kingman Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Chairman, and MCC Board of Governor member Vance Miller (District 1), prepare to cut the ribbon debuting the new Mohave Community College Beale Street Center Thursday, Sept. 23. The new building houses the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce, MCC Small Business Development Center, MCC Community and Corporate Education. The partnership between MCC and the Chamber is important because they both support and strive to improve the community, and provide various resources for community members. Many community and business leaders attended the festivities and were able to see the new building located at 309 E. Beale St. From left to right: Jeanette Pigeon, SBDC Business Analyst; Vance Miller; Jaime Ramirez; Jennifer Dixon, MCC Vice President for Administrative Services; Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, MCC President; Becky Fawson, Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director.

From left to right: Jeanette Pigeon, SBDC Business Analyst; Vance Miller; Jaime Ramirez; Jennifer Dixon, MCC Vice President for Administrative Services; Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, MCC President; Becky Fawson, Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director.

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