Tickets are still available for Copper Mountain College Foundation’s Annual Fall Dinner on the evening of Saturday, October 5, in the Community Room of the Bell Center at Copper Mountain College. Chief Glenna Wallace will be the keynote speaker following the evening’s theme of Celebrating Milestones. Chief Wallace, a 38-year veteran of Crowder Community College in Neosho, Missouri, has dedicated her career to the humanities as a college professor, a communicator, a storyteller and the first female chief of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. She has not only exposed her Shawnee heritage to the world, developing exhibits and sharing their stories and dances, but has also integrated the modern world with her tribe, supporting education and economic development. Tickets are $75 and includes dinner, entertainment and a hosted bar. The traditional raffling of a quilt will also be held this evening. Contact the Foundation Office at 760-366-3791 extension 4200 or www.cmccd.edu/Foundation for reservations.