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Morris Brown College National Alumni Association


MBCNAA Purpose

The purpose of this Association shall be to promote the best interest of Morris Brown College toward the continuous attainment of its mission by providing an organization through which the alumni may:

Promote good relations between the alumni and the college Aid in the recruitment and retention of academically talented students Organize and mobilize the collective strength of the alumni toward generating financial support for the attainment of the College`s mission, and in any other way that will be beneficial to the College`s growth Formulate and carry out a program of activities for graduates and former students Create a dynamic organization that attracts new members, new benefactors,

Inside this issue:

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(in collaboration with MBC`s Office of Alumni Affairs)


The Official Publication of the National Alumni Association

Home Depot Award Meet & Greet Fundraiser MBC Road to Stability Update 2011 Annual Alumni Awards Multi-Generational Brownites 2011 Las Vegas Round-Up From R E Lee to MLK Memorial

Marching Wolverines @ Boise St. Rally

South Georgia Alumni Meeting Class of 1973 2011 MBC Graduates Alumni Spotlight Alumni Brick Project II Necrology NAA Membership Form 2011 - 12 Calendar NAA National Officers

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MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE MISSION - Based on Christian principles, Morris Brown College seeks to provide educational opportunities in a positive and nurturing environment that will enable students to gain the knowledge and skills needed in a global, culturally diverse and technologically advanced world characterized by rapid change and complex interdependence. Moreover, the College is committed to academic excellence through advancing knowledge.,

Morris Brown College Press Release - August 22, 2011.

The United States Department of Education (DOE) has received a bank transfer from Morris Brown College in the amount of $500,000, according to the terms of a settlement agreement between Morris Brown and the DOE, to resolve the $9,944,000 debt owed by Morris Brown to the Department of Education. This is certainly a major achievement for us ­ the most significant milestone reached by the college ­ since we started this recovery process with an aggressive turn-around plan in 2010. Our objective is to restore the legacy of Morris Brown College and to move the college into the 21st Century with a global approach to educational programs, said Dr. Stanley Pritchett, President of Morris Brown. This is a day of thanksgiving to the thousands of alumni and friends of the college including many faith-based organizations who reached deep into their pockets for the benefit of this institution and the young people who want to attend Morris Brown, Pritchett added. The settlement agreement called for Morris Brown College to submit payment of $500,000 to the DOE within ninety days from the date that the Department of Justice (DOJ) gave its approval. The 90-day clock started on May 26th. Morris Brown had until August 24, 2011 to pay the settlement. An aggressive turn-around plan was launched through a Special Committee, under the leadership of Trustee William Sonny Walker, of the Morris Brown College Board of Trustees. A Fundraising Committee, an outgrowth of the Special Committee, was headed by Trustee Robert Barnett and Trustee Victoria Jenkins, who worked untiringly to create strategic alliances and raise the necessary funds. Jerry Howard, a 1970 graduate of Morris Brown now living in Texas, made a donation of $50,000 to the college during the observance of Morris Brown`s 130th Founders Day. This gift was the catalyst that seemed to galvanize alumni and friends ­ the result of which has been an out-pouring on financial support from other segments of the Atlanta community. The Steve Harvey Show devoted a morning drive-time segment to make an appeal for Morris Brown. Support coming from many faith-based organizations and denominations has been the backbone of our fundraising efforts and we owe so many people ­ too many to enumerate ­ our gratitude, says Trustee Jenkins and Barnett. Morris Brown College has applied for accreditation from Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) -- a national accrediting agency certified by the Department of Education (DOE) that focuses on colleges that have Christian principles in its mission. In addition to The Home Depot Retool Your School campus improvement grant of $10,000, Morris Brown is looking forward to more corporate and community involvement. Morris Brown has a crucial role to play in the future of Atlanta`s education community. We have a viable plan for the future and we will continue to turn to the greater Atlanta community for support and reinforcement, said Dr. William DeVeaux, Chairman of the Morris Brown Board of Trustees and Bishop of the 6 th District of the AME Church (Georgia). Morris Brown College will continue its aggressive fundraising efforts to address other debts of the college and to provide needed scholarship aid for students who are attending and those young people who want to enroll. For more information about Morris Brown, please visit the website at

College Administration

Dr. Stanley J. Pritchett, Sr.


Robert Johnson, J.D. Chief of Staff Dr. Gloria Anderson Vice President of Academic Affairs and Fuller Callaway Endowed Chair Dr. Jacqueline Pollard Vice President Institutional Advancement Dr. Vivian El-Amin Johnson Vice President Student Affairs Dr. Hector C. Butts Chair, Business Adm. & OML

Morris Brown College Declared a 2011 ,,Retool Your School Winner by The Home Depot

The Home Depot announced a $10,000 Retool Your School` campus improvement grant to Morris Brown College. Funds were used toward a Wilkes Hall Weatherization and Beautification Project. During the winter months (of 2011), alumni, students, faculty and friends mounted an aggressive campaign resulting in enough votes to rise to 3rd place; thus, the $10,000 award. $50,000 was awarded to Bethune Cookman University, the overall winner. Let`s get ready for the 2012 Campaign and rise to the top. On Saturday and Sunday, August 13 - 14, 2011, alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends completed the project. This effort was coordinated by TJ Estell, `99 and Krystal Wilson, 95. The external and internal results are amazing!

Morris Brown ,,Meet and Greet Fundraiser Was a Success--Alumna Miriam M. Stokes, 62

On Saturday, August 20, 2011, a gala crowd of approximately one hundred alumni and friends of MBC gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey (Joyce) Newton. The festive event was the last fundraising effort to bring closure to the debt settlement offered to the college by the U.S. Department of Education. The settlement would clear a $9.9 million debt if Morris Brown could pay back $500,000 by August 24, 2011. As the guests arrived, they were greeted by hostesses: Mrs. Margaret Jones, Mrs. Jacquelyn McMichael and Mrs. Miriam Stokes. These Morris Brown graduates were beautifully attired in the school`s colors: purple, white and Victoria Jenkins, and Dr. Stanley Pritchett, Sr., President of Morris Brown College. The special Debt Reduction Committee whose sole purpose was to raise the $500,000 was represented at the event. All of the Board Trustees in attendance as well as Dr. Johnnie Clark, Dr. Nellie Adams, Mrs. Joyce Newton and Mrs. Miriam Stokes are members of this committee. After a brief program, the guests were treated to a delicious buffet. Greeting friends, meeting new acquaintances, networking, enjoying live music and having great fun completed the evening. The fundraiser was very successful and a check for $10,000 was presented to Morris Brow n College.

black. Among those attending the fundraiser were Ms. Jackie Leathers for State Senator, Mrs. Donzella James; Mr. Roger Bruce, State Representative and Mr. Chris Lloyd for City Councilman, Mr. C. T. Martin. Several members of the Board of Trustees were also present including Mr. Robert Barnett, Dr. Nasrolah Farokhi, Mr. George Hopkins, Mrs.

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2011 Alumni Award Luncheon: Celebrating Multi-Generational and Multi-Family Brownites`

ALUMNA OF THE YEAR VICTORIA WILLIAMS JENKINS is a 1951 graduate of Morris Brown College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and Social Studies. She earned a Master of Arts degree in Administration and Library Science from Atlanta University. Mrs. Jenkins also was a Fulbright Scholar to Stella Maris College, Madras, India. As an undergraduate at MBC, Victoria was employed in the College Library. This experience initiated her career as a Librarian. She was later employed at MBC as Head Librarian. A Life Member of the MBC national Alumni Association, Victoria has served a VicePresident of the NAA, President of the Atlanta Alumni Chapter and Southern Regional Coordinator. During her tenure as NAA Vice-Present, Mrs. Jenkins chaired the re-institution of the Alumni Awards Luncheon as well as chaired the MBC Tower of Strength Gala. Currently, Alumna Jenkins serves as a member of the Morris Brown College Board of Trustees and chairs the Academic Affairs Committee. She has served as President of the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta

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Sorority, Inc, the Atlanta Urban League Guild Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Allen Temple AME Church`s Usherette Board. She has also served as Treasurer Ebony is the Owner and Realtor of NCRG/ for the National Council of Urban League Bella Rose Realty. Guilds. Presently, Victoria serves as a PRESIDENTS AWARD Trustee at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church. Alumna Jenkins has developed a network of DR. RICO D. SHORT is a 1996 graduate of alumni and friends who trust and respect Morris Brown College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He received his her appeals for MBC. Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) School of OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO MBC Dentistry in 1999. Dr. Short furthered his EBONY C. SMITH is a 2010 Cum Laude education to become a dental specialist in graduate of Morris Brown College with a root canal therapy (Endodontist) at Nova Bachelor of Science degree in Organization- Southeastern University in 2002. He later al Management and Leadership. She is became a board certified endodontist which currently enrolled at Liberty University with is the highest level of practice in his field in a specialization in Executive Leadership. which only 25% of endodontist in the counWhile at MBC, she served as President of the try achieves. His practice, Apex EndodonSenior Class. Ebony has been a tremendous tics P.C., located in Smryna, GA was opened resource to MBC in providing leadership and in 2004. He is the author of the life changservice to the current student body as a ing book Getting to the Root of your Probmentor to the young ladies. Ebony has lem 365 Days of Inspirational Thinking. Dr. orchestrated several campus clean-up Short has appeared on television, radio, campaigns; served on the miss MBC Corona- magazine articles, and has treated several tion Committee; and serves as a supporter celebrities in his practice. He is also known to the newly re-activated NAACP chapter on as The Root Canal Specialist to the STARS! the Morris Brown College campus. Dr. Short is married to Angela Short, and is Ms. Smith is a member of the Women for a 1992 graduate of Columbus` (GA) Kendrick Morris Brown College as well as the Delta HS.

2011 Alumni Awards Luncheon

2011 Las Vegas Alumni Round-Up - Andre Williams, ,,01

T h e alu m ni trip to Vegas w a s awesome, re-energizing, inspiring, and very informative. Each and every alumni in attendance expressed these same feelings. Dr. Pritchett's presentation was thorough and vividly described the status of Morris Brown College while offering insight about the next steps from a strategic standpoint. His understanding of matters and ability to clearly and concisely state the problems and their solutions confirm his leadership capability and business acumen. His open door policy and willingness to provide his cell phone number to alumni (not to mention traveling across the nation to present to alumni) leaves no room for alumni complaints about not knowing the status of the college. Though we had a brainstorming session about how to involve more alumni and get the word out about progress being made, I believe it eventually becomes a personal choice that is fairly clear cut; either you choose to make an effort to engage yourself as an alum to be a part of the solution or you sit back and belly ache, gossip about inaccurate statements you heard in the street, stay mentally stuck on the failures of past administrations, or profess your willingness to involve yourself when you see evidence of positive change on par with your expectations, thereby making yourself part of the problem. Solution or problem. Which are you? to forge ahead and "shake off" all the haters and naysayers. Many great ideas came from the meeting too. For instance, someone suggested that Dr. Pritchett use Skype to video conference with alumni nationally in hopes of engaging more of us. The sort of camaraderie shared amongst the group - both young and "better" - took me back to life on campus. I also enjoyed the stories from the older alumni about their college experience ("please steal the corn beef hash"), Mr. Porter's jokes, the five star cuisine at the hotel, and the seminars. The dance class conducted by TJ Estell at the end of the session was fun and symbolic of the celebration to come as we complete the work of creating a New Morris Brown College. Don't miss Vegas 2013!

Chaired by Marjorie H. Young, ,,68

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Edited Excerpts - ,,From R E Lee to MLK Memorial - The Thomaston Times - August 23, 2011

When he graduated from R. E. Lee Institute in 1966, Dr. John H. Carter had no inkling of what he would contribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy. But on Friday, August 26, 2011, 45 years later, during the dedication of the King memorial in Washington, DC, to Dr. King, Dr. Carter received the Award of Merit from Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity for his role in the building of the memorial. Dr. Carter served as the initial Project Manager and Vice President of the Washington D. C. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Project Foundation, Inc. Dr. Carter was born and raised in Thomaston, son of the late Augustus Carter, Jr., and Rosa Matthews Carter. His mother still lives in Thomaston. He has the distinction, of being the first black graduate of R. E. Lee. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, TN, on April 4, 1968. At that time, Carter was a student at Morris Brown College in Atlanta. While he never had a chance to meet Dr. King, he stood with other students on the bridge at Morris Brown College, as Dr. King's funeral procession passed underneath. Carter earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Morris Brown College, a Master degree in Human Resources from the University of Utah, a Master degree in Management from the University of Southern California and Doctor of Business Administration from the California Coast Univ.

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Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he had overcome while trying to succeed. Booker T. Washington The project team determined they needed the blessing of the King family, which they received, and two more pieces of legislation passed. In meeting with the Park Service, which oversees the memorials, they were told it could take 30 years to get the first piece passed. They got it approved in 15 months. When they went back to the Park Service about the second piece, which would say the memorial would be on the National Mall, the Park Service told them it would take 50 years to get passed, because there was only one spot left on the mall. They won approval for it in 16 months. "Once we did that, the next step was to find a site, which was not that easy," Dr. Carter admitted. "While there was one large site on the tidal basin, the Park Service really wanted to push us to a much smaller site, closer to the Vietnam Memorial. "We fought that, because we felt like Dr. King did not need to be in the middle of memorials to war. He was for peace. So we continued to protest, and we were able to get the four-acre site, which is on the tidal basin and is on a direct line between the Lincoln Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. "So the symbolism of our memorial is that it is in a direct line between Lincoln and Jefferson, because Jefferson wrote the fact that all men are created equal, Lincoln fought for it, and King died for it." "It is a very simple design, based on the King speech the 'I Have A Dream' speech, Dr. Carter said. "The speech came out of the Book of Daniel, which says that justice will roll down like water out of a mountain, and out of a mountain of despair will come a stone of hope. When you walk up to the memorial, you will see a mountain of despair. Out of the middle of that mountain is a stone that is thrown out into the middle of the memorial. You actually walk through the mountain and there will be water running down the side of the mountain. There will be inscriptions of Dr. King's saying around there. "As you get closer to the stone, on the back side of the stone will be the bust of Dr. King, which is on a direct line with Jefferson. The stone is facing Jefferson, and King has a pen in his hand. The symbolism there is that King is actually looking at what Jefferson wrote. In the 'I Have A Dream' speech, he talked about the promissory note which says all men are created equal. The whole symbolism is King looking at Jefferson and coming to claim it. "The purpose of the memorial is tranquility. The cherry trees are part of the design, because it is a memorial for life. Dr. Carter's involvement in the memorial ended in 2000.

and asked if the fraternity would take it on as a national project. We took this on as a project, but I'm not sure anybody really believed that it could happen. "Lo and behold, in 1996, President Clinton signed the first piece of legislation authorizing a memorial to Dr. King anywhere in Washington, DC. Once we did that, it was almost like dogs chasing a buck for 13 years, and all of a sudden we caught it. The fraternity said, 'What are we going to do now? These guys have done a great job, but certainly, they can't take it to the next step.'" The General President of the Fraternity called Dr. Carter, who had a strategic planning background, and asked if he would head up a project team to move the memorial to the next phase.

Dr. Carter was a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and an Assistant Vice President at BellSouth in 1983 when two older members of the fraternity decided it was time to have a memorial on the National Mall in Washington in honor of an "Of course, being no fool, I said 'No.' Dr. Carter African-American, and they decided it would be Dr. said. "A week later, he called me back again and King. again I said 'No.' The third time he called me, I said, 'Let me go talk to my management... I went "When they started, Dr. King wasn't even eligible to my boss and presented it to her, and she said, for a memorial on the mall, because you have to 'Absolutely. We will support you here at BellSouth. be deceased 25 years before you can have such ' So BellSouth put all of their power and funds an honor," Dr. Carter said. "However, they started behind me, to help me pull together a team." the effort anyway, and they came to the fraternity

Marching Wolverines Perform at Boise State University Pep Rally

Congratulations on a job well done!

Kudos to the CAU percussion section for stepping up to the plate to help stretch things out. This was definitely a historical event that neither the Marching Wolverines nor the CAU Marching Panthers will ever forget. Thanks to Mr. Thomas Warner, 03, the CAU Administration and EVERYONE there for all of their efforts to make this event a success. The Chick-fil-A staff was overwhelmed with the results. Mr. Warner and I were bombarded with statements of gratitude and accolades.


Mr. Kelly Fanning, ,,09 Director of Bands, Morris Brown College Vice-Chair for Bands, Chick-fil-A Bowl Festival Director, Atlanta Alumni All-Star Marching Band

Our first performance of 2011 - 2012 was a smashing success. The Boise State crowd was extremely please with your representation during the pep rally. The energy of their portion of the pep rally was 10 times the energy of that of UGA. Your musicianship and presentation was second to none.

South Georgia Chapter Re-Activation Meeting Valdosta, GA. - August 13,2011

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On-Campus Day Program

B.S. - Business Administration Tyrell Givins Larry Hoover Allison Jones* D`Von Riley* Asya Robinson***** B.A. - General Studies Rita Mixon-Eley (Music Industry) Leroy H. Irving, Jr. (Music Industry) Adrian Sueing (Music Industry) B.S. - General Studies Reginald Dye (Community Health) Derrick Lampkin (Psychology)

2011 MBC Graduates

Class Notes: Class of 1973 - David W. Lewis, President

Dear MBC Class of 1973, Our beloved Alma Mater needs our help. Recently, the U.S. Department of Education and Morris Brown College entered into a settlement agreement, which will settle the college`s obligations for pennies on the dollar. Both the U.S. Government and the college have negotiated a fair and reasonable settlement of the college`s financial obligations to the Federal Government. It is my understanding that once the agreement is signed we have 90 days to meet our obligation. If we are able to eliminate the remaingin obligation to the U.S. Department of Education withing the specified timeframe, the college can begin the long road back toward accreditation and increased enrollment. It is up to us, the alumni to do our part to help the college become financially strong. Everyone`s financial circumstance is different, however, I am writing to encourage you to give what you can to Morris Brown College EACH and EVERY MONTH! No contribution is too small. In 2013, our class will celebrate the 40th anniversary of our graduation. I have attempted to contact many of you personally about the upcoming celebration. Many of you have responded. We need to beginplanning for bothe alumni reunion as well as our contribution to the college. We need to set up various committees to begin the planning process. The Class of 1973`s 40th anniversary goal is to donate $40,000 to the college. In order to reach this goal, it will take:

40 class members to pledge to give $1,000 80 class members to pledge to give $500 160 to pledge to give $250

We need to begin setting aside and budgeting monies now in order to meet the fundraising goal. We can begin now by pleding $2000 a year toward our goal. Let`s dream BIG! The sky has no limit. We serve a BIG God who is able to do exceeding abundantly more than we ever can imagine! Sincerely, David W. Lewis, President MBC Class of 1973

On-Campus Evening Program

B.S. - Organizational Mgmnt (OML) Murl Blackmon Aaron France** James McNair Dominique D. Morris* Darius Paulk* Melvin D. Peterson***** Leondra Riley Christopher Smith Serena Thomas Sabrina Wideman-Brown** Daniel O. Williams*

On-Line Program


Ms. and Mrs. Corporate America Pag- Warren, whose current work involves eant. Tina will compete for the National teaching Advanced Placement U.S. History at Frederick Douglass High Title in March 2012. School Center for Engineering and The Ms. and Mrs. Corporate America Applied Technology in Atlanta Georgia, Pageant gives women the opportunity to received a B.A. in Political Science be recognized for their achievements, from MBC and a M.A. from NYU. Most accomplishments and contributions to recently, she has received the 2010-11 the workforce. The pageant represent a Professional Association of Georgia woman's dedication and commitment to Educators STAR Teacher Award, and is the 2010-11 Atlanta winner of the Raytheir family, career, and community. mond Plank Award. In 2000, Warren Alumna Honey has accepted the role as delivered the keynote address at the Eddie Henderson, ,,72. The field at Membership Committee Chairperson of International B lack W omen's Roundtable in Harare, Zimbabwe. Atlanta`s Grady High School Stadium the MBC National Alumni Association. has been named the Eddie S. Henderson Roosevelt Blackmon, ,,99. In January Sr. Athletic Field at Grady Stadium. The Cleopatra Warren, '96 has been se2011, Alumnus Blackmon, former NFL APS Board voted to honor Henderson lected by the President's Commission player (Green Bay Packers and the who was a principal born in Atlanta. He on White House Fellows as a Regional Cincinnati Bengals) and Glades Central graduated from MBC with a Bachelor`s Finalist. alum, was hired as Glades Central`s in Physical Education and was the first African American in Georgia to com- Founded in 1964, the White House Fel- (Belle Glade, FL) new head football plete the requirements of a certified lows program is one of America's most coach. Blackmon has been called the athletic director. Henderson dedicated prestigious programs for leadership Real-Life Waterboy in reference to more than three decades in public and public service. Selected individuals his unprecedented rise from a noneducation and public service. typically spend a year working as a full- football recruit and assistant equiptime, paid Fellow to senior White House ment manager at MBC to the NFL. Tina M. Honey, ,,94. Alumna Tina Honey, Staff, Cabinet Secretaries, and other Blackmon won his first game as Head Coach on 9/4/11 against Dwyer High a native of Detroit, Michigan currently top-ranking government officials. School, 24-10. reigns as Ms. Delray Beach, FL of the Ora L. Blackman, ,,50. Alumna Blackman, an active member of the Los Angeles Alumni Chapter and staunch supporter of MBC, is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Alumna Blackman has appeared in movies, commercials, etc. One short film of note is Thomas in Bloom (2006) where a prodigious and introverted seven-year old boy devises a clever way to talk to his ailing Grandma (Ora Blackman) only days before her death.

B.A. - Organizational Mgmnt (OML) Beverly Baity* Vonda Carter Benton* Brandi Brewster Ezell Brown Aisha Davis LaToya Ferguson Barbara P. Hampton* Steven Lamar Fluker Hill* Timothy Hunt* Trinetta Reid* Andre Spivey Cedrick Thompson Angelita Dixon-Worthy*****

Codes: *****Valedictorian ***Summa Cum Laude ** Magna Cum Laude *Cum Laude Support Morris Brown College through your National Alumni Association's Project. Buy or sell one brick inscribed and installed for -$100 or $300.

Mail your remittance made payable to: Morris Brown College National Alumni Assoc. P. O. Box 92784 Atlanta, Georgia 30314 ATTN: Brick Project


(Donald Cambridge, ,,62

Virgil Adolphus Carr, CPA, ,,69 Wilbur Earl Durham, ,,41 Kenn Higgins, ,,76 Linda Chavis Johnson, ,,69 Keisha Rodgers Eloise Priscilla Dennison Taylor Reverend Henry Veal, Jr., ,,51 Chester Mallie Willis, Sr., ,,76 Frank Williams, ,,58 Henry James "Jimmy" Wright, III, ,,61

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Morris Brown College National Alumni Association

P. O. Box 92784 Atlanta, Georgia 30314


2011--2013 NATIONAL OFFICERS President George B. Hopkins, '71 Vice-President Charles Gyden, '69 Recording Secretary Inez Y. Greggs, '06 Corresponding Secretary Willene White-Smiths, '77 Financial Secretary Clarence W. Williamson, '71 Treasurer Elie Jones, '61 Parliamentarian Willie M. Saulsbury, '60 2nd Alumni Representative to the Board of Trustees Shirley M. Barlow,'73 Immediate Past President Stella H. Taylor, '74

Important Membership Notice

Consider Becoming a Life Member! Regular--$500 Purple--$750 Purple & Black--$1000



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