Cordillera foundation helps fuel breakfast programs for schools

7th July, 2016 by

By Randy Wyrick

EDWARDS — Cordillera’s CMA Legacy Foundation put their money where their motorcycles are.The foundation’s Al Mattson and Michael Callahan were at Berry Creek Elementary School, where they presented principals $30,000 to fund breakfast programs in four elementary and two middle school.Colorado Mountain College in Edwards is on the receiving end of $15,000, presented by Bob Schmidt and Cheryl Holman for Hero Scholars program.The Cordillera Motorcycle Association became the CMA Legacy Foundation in 2015 and branched out to include Colorado Mountain College among its recipients.“Knowing that we have the support of community members like you, the association and now the Legacy …

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