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Fred B. Cavanaugh

Mayor

Aiken Technical College

HQ Phone:  (803) 593-9231

Direct Phone: (803) ***-****direct phone

Email: c***@***.edu

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Aiken Technical College

2276 Jefferson Davis Hwy

Graniteville, South Carolina,29829

United States

Company Description

The Aiken Technical College Foundation is dedicated to making the students of Aiken Technical College successful. Our sole purpose is to advance the mission of Aiken Technical College by raising funds that support the college's student, faculty, staff and prog...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

City


Affiliations

Savannah River Site

Board Member


Family and Marriage Coalition of Aiken Inc

Board Member


CNTA College Community

Board Member


County

Councilman Gary Bunker, Mayor


SRS

Advisory Committee Member


The Salvation Army

Advisory Board


Character First Steering Committee

Founder


Clemsons

Member


Education

Aiken High School


B.S. degree

Electrical Engineering

Virginia Military Institute


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Gallery - Pink Ribbonettes

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Aiken Mayor Fred Cavanaugh & Peggy Piesch
Peggy Piesch, Aiken Mayor Fred Cavanaugh and Sue Stutman-King


2007 Annual Meeting Highlights

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Fred Cavanaugh, Aiken Mayor


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Fred Cavanaugh, Mayor of Aiken, SC
Fred & Joan Locke called to thank us for the great gift basket they received!


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Staff photo by Bill Bengtson / Abby Thornton, a student at North Augusta High School, is congratulated Saturday morning in the Celebration of Character event by former Aiken mayor Fred Cavanaugh, who helped establish the Character First program in the late 1990s.
Staff photo by Bill Bengtson / Celebration of Character honoree Israel Hernandez, center, a student at Hose Creek Academy, poses for a picture Saturday morning with Aiken Mayor Rick Osbon, left, and Osbon's predecessor, Fred Cavanaugh.


www.aikenstandard.com

In 1999, then Aiken Mayor Fred Cavanaugh planted a seed of character.
Cavanaugh made the character initiative his singular mission above all others, to see that Aikens youth and citizens learned about and practiced good character traits. When he left office in November of last year, Cavanaugh said spearheading Aikens efforts in the Character First initiative was the one accomplishment during his 24 years of service of which he was most proud. Aiken was the first city in South Carolina to join many other Character First communities around the country Cavanaugh was the chair of Aikens Character First initiative, and it will be his most enduring legacy. Getting these kids introduced to character building traits in the schools is important, Cavanaugh said as he began his retirement. Developing core values that produce good character is important to instill in our young people, not just in Aiken, but everywhere. This years Celebration of Character is Saturday at 10 a.m. in Saint Angela Hall where 241 area high school students will be honored for their participation and completion of the Character First initiative started by Mayor Cavanaugh. This next generation of leaders in America, not just in Aiken, need this training and guidance to do the right thing, a longtime and often used quote by Cavanaugh as he presided over City Council. The Aiken Downtown Development Association also honored Cavanaugh by including his Character First initiative in the design of its 2015 commemorative medallion. It is up to us to water the sapling growing from the seed Fred Cavanaugh planted.


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