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Look for your Reunion 2014 brochure and registration forms in your Winter 2014 Wilson Magazine.
The Alumnae Association of Wilson College is pleased to announce and congratulate the 2014 award recipients:Distinguished Alumna Award – Linda Kaley Erkelens ’64 Distinguished ADP (Adult Degree Program) Alumna/us Award – Maxine Gindelsperger ‘98Outstanding Young Alumna Award - Catherine Shaffer ’94 Tift College Award – Nancy Kostas ’64 and Marian “Mimi” Stevenson ’74 Faculty Award – Dr. Abdolreza Banan
The AAWC slate with ballot will be published in the Wilson Magazine – Spring Issue
• Amy Ensley, Director of the Hankey Center. "Making Connections: Find out how we use the stories of Wilson alumnae to teach students about women’s history, leadership and social justice."Noon – 1:30 p.m. Lunch, Jensen Dining Hall2 – 2:45 p.m. Alumnae/i Colleges, Brooks Complex • History of Stained Glass, Mike Albert ’11, Historic Preservation Services • Women Under Pressure: the Mark of Innovative Artists, Bob Dickson, Chair/Associate Professor, Fine Arts • Reimagining the John Stewart Memorial Library, Camilla B. Rawleigh, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Kathleen Murphy ’67, Library Director3 – 4 p.m. Alumnae/i College Special Session, Allen Auditorium, Warfield. • The Rev. Dr. Abigail Rian Evans ’59. "No More Superwoman: Becoming Centered Woman." To learn more about Dr. Evans and her talk, click on this PDF- Rev. Evans' talk and biography4:30 – 6 p.m. President’s Pines and Maples Society Reception,Hankey Center, by invitation only. Created in 2008, the Pines and Maples Society recognizes all donors who have made a leadership gift of $1,000 or more to the College within the fiscal year. Join President Barbara K. Mistick for an exclusive reception.6 – 9 p.m. Welcome Event – Celebrate “Proud to be Wilson.” Picnic on the Green, main green. All registered guests are invited to join us on the main green for a family-friendly picnic to celebrate Proud to be Wilson! Your official weekend name tag is your admission ticket. A kids corner will be available to help entertain younger guests. This is a time to show your true colors and start the spirited Odds and Evens competition!
8 p.m. Step-Sing/Song Wars, Norland Hall Porch. Join us in singing the Wilson songs of yesteryear and current songs and chants of Wilson today. Since 2007, the Odds/Evens trophy is awarded by the director of alumnae/i relations based on spirit, creativity and over-all group participation.8:30 p.m. Under the Stars, Fulton Farm. Join us in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Fulton Farm. Relax and unwind in the company of nature and friends—Bonfire, s’mores and music. Transportation available from the front of Lenfest.9 p.m. Class Lounges 1934, 1939, 1944 - Lower Level Lenfest 1949 - Lower Level Lenfest 1954 - Wellness Lounge, Lenfest 1959 - 3rd Floor, McElwain/Davison 1964 - 2nd Floor, McElwain/Davison 1969 - 2nd Floor Rosenkrans 1974 - 2nd Floor Disert 1979 - 1st Floor Rosenkrans 1984 - 3rd Floor Rosenkrans 1989 - Patterson Lounge, Laird 1994 - Riddle 1999 - Riddle 2004 - Riddle 2009 - Riddle Women with Children Reunion - Prentis Lounge
SATURDAY, June 7 6 a.m. Coffee and tea available, Lenfest Lobby7 – 8:30 a.m. Breakfast, Jensen Dining Hall8 – 11 a.m. Registration, Lenfest Lobby8 – 9 a.m. Choir rehearsal, Alumnae Chapel8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Class Meeting and Gathering Opportunity, Class lounge areas.8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Bookstore open, Lenfest9 a.m. – Noon Alumnae/i Emporium, Lenfest Lobby. (T-shirts, notecards and other items for sale).9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Van trip for family members, Visit Gettysburg. Preregistration required for appropriate arrangements to be made. Meet outside of Lenfest for carpooling.9:45 – 10:45 a.m. State of the College with President Barbara K. Mistick, Brooks Auditorium. 10:45 – 11:45 a.m. Alumnae Association General Meeting, Brooks Auditorium. This annual meeting is your opportunity to hear about the work of the alumnae association board, ask questions, vote for proposed slate of directors and hear about future plans. 11:45 a.m. Class lineup and procession, Lenfest Green. All reunion classes will march into the alumnae luncheon. Each class should meet in front of Lenfest, where staff guidance will be provided. Classes will be directed into the dining hall in order of youngest to oldest.Noon – 2 p.m. All-Alumnae Luncheon, Jensen Dining Hall. Join us as we give special recognition to our 50th reunion class and all other reunion years. Class giving award presentations.1:30 p.m. Class pictures, Various Campus Locations. Class to be called and directed from luncheon. Pre-order with your registration or order on location with payment at Sunday pickup. No money handled at picture site. 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Hankey Center Tours, Hankey Center• Meet the Archivist – Leigh Rupinski• Visit the Wilson College Alumnae Missionaries Exhibit2 p.m. Orchesis gathering, Appenzellar-Buchanan Dance Studio3:30 p.m. Alumnae Association Awards Presentation, Brooks Auditorium. Reception will be held in the Brooks portico after the presentation.
4:15 – 7:30 p.m. Women with Children, Family Roller Skating Outing. Preregistration required for appropriate arrangements to be made. Meet outside of Lenfest for carpooling.6 p.m. Class of 1964 Reception, Jensen Dining Hall. Hosted by President Barbara K. Mistick and Vice President for Institutional Advancement Camilla B. Rawleigh6:30 p.m. Class Dinners 1934, 1939, 1944 1st Floor Lobby, Brooks 1949 Presidential Dining Room, Jensen Dining Hall 1954 2nd Floor Atrium, Brooks 1959 Porch, Hankey Center 1964 Jensen Dining Hall 1969 Laird Bay 1974 Off-Campus at Bistro 71 1979 Laird Bay 1984 Laird Bay 1989 Patterson Lounge, Laird 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009 Tent, Main Green 8:30 p.m. Visit to Sarah Wilson grave. Meet outside of Lenfest for carpooling. Preregistration encouraged for appropriate arrangements to be made (Candles are not allowed, glow sticks provided, flashlights encouraged).8:30 – 9:30 p.m. Class Meeting and Gathering Opportunity, Class lounge areas.8:30 p.m. After Hours, Tent, Main Green
Registration opens Feb. 1 and closes May 16. No refunds will be given for cancellation after this date. Any registrations after this date are subject to availability of space.Child CareChild care is offered for a fee on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and also in the evening from 6 to 8 p.m. Preregistration is required for appropriate arrangements to be made.Child AccommodationsThere is no lodging charge for children if the parent(s) provides bedding. Children under 4 years of age also eat for free.Campus HousingResidence hall rooms are available for $35 single or $30 double, per person. Linens are supplied, but we suggest bringing extra towels. You may also wish to bring a lamp and a fan or a blanket, depending on the weather forecast. NOTE: Most dorm rooms are not air-conditioned. There will be a limited number of fans available to rent for $5 each.Alumnae indicating mobility concerns will be placed in McElwain/Davison, the only residence hall with elevator access. All other halls have step requirements.TransportationIf you need a ride or if you are driving and could bring another alumna from your area, please indicate this on your reservation form. We will work to assist in coordinating arrangements for all those wishing to attend. We regret we are not in a position to make guarantees.Campus Smoking PolicyEffective July 1, 2012, the Wilson campus is smoke-free, which means that smoking is not permitted anywhere on the Wilson College property. QuestionsContact the Office of Alumnae/i Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or717-262-2010 • 866-446-8660.
AAWC Award Recipients and the AAWC slate with ballot will be published in the Wilson Magazine – Spring Issue
Registration deadline is Friday, May 16, 2014To register online or pay with a credit card, visit /alumnae/reunion-weekend/index.aspx OR mail form with payment by check or money order to:
Wilson College c/o Office of Alumnae/i Relations1015 Philadelphia Ave.Chambersburg, PA 17201
* Registration fees made payable to "Alumnae Association of Wilson College"* All donations made payable to "Wilson College"
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We will continue to update this with everyone who has registered for Reunion. We hope you will check back to see who of your friends and classmates, and their partners/spouses plan to return.