The CHC Foundation hosted the annual Friends of Crafton Hills Luncheon on Friday, October 21. Guests were treated to success stories from five alumni from the anatomy and physiology department, Rayna Zaragoza, John Noble, Marcus Criner, James Marshall and Amanda Edwards-Harrell. They have all moved on to further their education and/or get jobs in their field. The highlight of the luncheon had to be 91-year old Bill Ahlborn, who spoke about taking classes at Crafton Hills that led to a second career of teaching on cruise ships and at community colleges and universities in California. “Thank you, Crafton Hills,” he concluded. The lunch also afforded the College an opportunity to recognize the Foundation Board and the President’s Circle members.