MHC Presidential Inauguration
Do come and be with fellow '65 Mount Holyoke classmates at the inauguration of President Sonya Stephens. The date: Saturday, September 29.
9 a.m.-3 p.m. A welcome tent will be available for all alumnae with information on the day's events and to provide a place to gather with classmates. Snacks and drinks will be provided. (Location TBD)
There will be a general email sent out soon from the Alumnae Association with more details, but in advance, SAVE THE DATE.
Caroline Sloat attended the last presidential inauguration. She gives a rave review and tells us that the College pulls out all the stops. Academic regalia at its finest. The mood will be festive and restorative. It will be an event to cherish.
Caroline Sloat, Kristin Stueber and Martha Bernstein have offered their homes for overnight accommodations if anyone might need to spend the night. Caroline can take two classmates and Kristin, three. Kristin notes that she would encourage classmates who might stay the night to consider contributing to a scholarship fund she began many years ago. The seed money was an insurance policy she no longer needed and over the years she has added to it. It is for international students. Most have been from Nepal, but at least one has come from Vietnam and another from Africa. At this time the scholarship covers about 20 percent of costs.
We hope many classmates can come to honor President Sonya Stephens. Consider wearing something green, our class color.
Contact Caroline for further details at firstname.lastname@example.org, 860-923-2355, or cell 860-450-9480. Kristin can be reached at email@example.com, 413-539-9582 and Martha Bernstein at firstname.lastname@example.org, 860-567-5067.
Cheers and love from Salsbury Cove,
Judy Burger-Gossart '65 Class President
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