Weld County Commissioner Mike Freeman has received an Honorary Fellows Award from Aims Community College, an award that recognizes “extraordinary contributions” to the college and higher education.
Freeman, who served on the Aims Board of Trustees from 2010-2013, was honored at a ceremony on the Aims Greeley campus this week, according to a news release.
“I am truly honored to be recognized by Aims,” Freeman said in a statement. “Aims is a great institution and has a long, proud history of furthering educational opportunities for Weld County residents. The college is a valuable asset in this county, and I enjoyed my time as a board member.”
Trustees name honorary fellows for their commitment, allegiance or contributions to Aims’ goals, according to Aims officials.