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Wednesday, Nov. 19: Join Wilson College at a free banquet aimed at educating people about the problem of hunger worldwide. The Oxfam America Hunger Banquet will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 19, in Laird Hall on the Wilson campus. Guests will share a meal based on the food disparities present in our world today. Representatives of South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP), a nonprofit cooperative that works with families and the community to break the cycle of poverty, will share information about local initiatives to ease food insecurity and discuss how people can get involved in those efforts.Admission to the banquet is free, but donations encouraged. Donations will go to SCCAP and Oxfam America. RSVPs are requested by Nov. 12 and may be made online at http://wchungerbanquet.eventbrite.com/. The banquet is sponsored by Wilson’s residence life and chaplain’s offices, as well as the college Diversity Team and the Office of Student Development. Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates solutions to poverty, hunger and injustice. More information can be found on its website, http://www.%20oxfamamerica.org./xfamamerica.orgxfamamerica.org.
Would you like support for your healthy eating habits? Don't miss the Healthy Eating Adventure events scheduled Nov. 19 through Dec. 17. Click to learn more. Healthy Eating Events!
Thursday, Dec. 4: A unique holiday shopping experience awaits you at Handmade for the Holidays on the Wilson campus. Learn more by clicking on Handmade for the Holidays 2014
Sunday, Dec. 7: Wilson College Christmas Vespers
Sophie's Six K (6K) Run VOLUNTEERS NEEDEDSaturday, November 22, 2014
We are looking for 30 volunteers to help make this event successful. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lori Frey at (717) 262-2012.
To participate in the Run, click on the registration form. Sophie's Six registration form.pdf
Four volunteers will be needed to greet and encourage students for an evening during Food For Finals – Week of Dec. 8-12. The date for this Alumnae/i Relations and The Alumnae Association of Wilson College event has not been confirmed. We are hoping for Wednesday, Dec. 10th and volunteers will be hosting a "decorate your own sugar/gingerbread cookies" night. If interested please contact Marybeth at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-262-2010 for additional details.
Campus request: Yarn Drive!Please consider donating wool for our prayer shawl ministry. Fiber Fellowship, the College Nurse and Office of the Chaplain are joining together to provide prayer shawls for those undergoing treatment for breast cancer. We are working with the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance. Know how to knit of crochet? Consider creating a prayer shawl and donating it. Donations accepted at the chaplain’s office ( Lenfest 107). To request a pattern please email email@example.com.
"Prayer shawls ... made for centuries, universal and embracing, symbolic of an inclusive, unconditionally loving, God. They wrap, enfold, comfort, cover, give solace, mother, hug, shelter and beautify. Those who have received these shawls have been uplifted and affirmed, as if given wings to fly above their troubles..." Written in 1998 by: Janet Severi BristowThe Wilson College Athletic Department needs help at the scoring tables of all its home games and help with their Adopt-A-Highway roadside clean up days. If you are interested in lending a hand, please call Wilson College Athletic Department (717) 262-2012 or email Lori Frey, athletic director, at firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to help out at the Fulton Farm? If you are curious about what goes on at the farm, consider volunteering! Every week, volunteers are welcome to help on the farm anytime between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m. Mondays or 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursdays. Volunteers help with a variety of work in the field. No experience necessary…come learn! If you are interested or have questions please contact: Sarah Bay- F ulton Farm Manager, Sarah.email@example.com, 717-709-1995. If the scheduled volunteer hours do not fit into your schedule,but you are still interested in volunteering, please contact Sarah to work something out. InternshipsThe Office of Career Development is seeking alumnae/i to host a Wilson student intern and list your agency opportunity for students to consider. Contact Career Development at 717-262-2006.
Marybeth “Mb” Famulare, Director of Alumnae/i RelationsElizabeth “Liz” Heyer ’10 & ’14, Alumna Coordinator
Did you know....I keep a small "stash" of small gifts or gift cards which allows me to be responsive if I learn of a student who is having a rough time or even deserves a congrats of some kind. Faculty or staff give me a heads up on occasion and with your help, I fill a need. If being paired is too much a commitment or you would like to just do something extra. I accept goodies on behalf of my private stash ... I sign from Aunt Sarah. Thank you. -Mb
Click on the file below to review newly drafted guidelines regarding the Aunt Sarah Program - based on the questions from the last two years. If you are a returning AUNT and have not yet indicated if you are remaining in the program and which student(s) you are keeping, please email Marybeth Famulare, Director of Alumnae/i Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org If you prefer not to continue at this time, that is important for me to know as well. If you would like to be an AUNT - sign up at /alumnae/news-events/index.aspx New applications from students are pouring in. Spread the word! Be an Aunt Sarah!
Aunt Sarah Guidelines
Alumnae/i Relations Office email@example.com