Six new honorees for Fresno City College's centennial celebration will be recognized Monday as the campus begins its observation of African American History Month.
Ceremonies start at 11 a.m. in the campus theater.
Centennial honorees are Robert Fox, retired vice president of student services; Keith Kelley, alumnus and president and chief executive officer of the Fresno West Coalition for Economic Development; Marshall Kelly, alumnus and Certified Public Accountant; Dorothy "Dottie" Smith, vice president of the State Center Community College District Board of Trustees; Cynthia Sterling, alumna and member of the Fresno City Council; and Bill Stewart, retired district chancellor.
The campus -- founded in 1910 as the first community college in California -- plans to honor 100 people as part of its centennial celebration.
The college has announced 22 honorees so far.