SCHOLARSHIPS EDUCATION CAMARADERIE NETWORKING
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CLUB OF PRINCETON
PRINCETON NJ 08540
Well, I’m back. One of the things I hope to do this year is replace myself. The Women’s College Club offers so much beyond our efforts to help young women with their first- year college expenses. I wish you, the membership, would get more involved in leading the club. I know that there are women out there who could really enjoy our board’s efforts in guiding us into the next 100 years. We need the input of new ideas, perspectives, and experiences. Three of us drove through monsoon conditions to the Philadelphia Fabric Workshop and Museum to see an exhibit of wonderful cedar cabins and textiles by Ursula von Rydingsvarg, who created the carving in front of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment on Holden Street. One of our members came up with this trip. I know there are more suggestions out there. Please come forward and make our efforts a richer experience.
MONDAY, September 17, 2018 1:00 p.m. ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
“GROUNDS FOR SCULPTURE: LOOKING AHEAD”
Gary Garrido Schneider, Executive Director, will bring us up-to-date on the future plans for the Grounds for Sculpture. After celebrating its 25thanniversary last year, the 420-acre park, garden, and museum is looking ahead while continuing to support artists in making new work, providing meaningful encounters with art and nature and be a community resource that reflects our dynamic world. He will share with us the exciting news about what is on the horizon for this evolving non-profit arts organization.
Join us for this exciting visual arts presentation by Gary Schneider, who is an artist, educator, and museum administrator. Gary received a B.F.A. from the Parsons School of Design and is a graduate of both the Teacher Institute in Museum Education (TIME) program at the Art Institute in Chicago, as well as the prestigious Getty Museum Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate School.
Following the program Gary will join us for fellowship and refreshments.
The September 4, 2018 board meeting will be held at the home of Kathy Hutchins’ home, at 10:00 a.m. Arrive a little early to share summer experiences so the meeting can begin on time.
Board Meetings for this year:
September 4 December 4 April 2, 2019
October 2 February 5, 2019 May 7, 2019
November 13 March 5, 2019 June 4, 2019
All meetings after September will be at Windrows at 10:00 a.m.
The reading for September 21 will be A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. Marlene Gordon will be our hostess. We gather at 1:00 p.m. to exchange ideas and enjoy the company of other readers. Please let Marlene know by phone or email that you will be joining us.
On August 6 we gathered at the home of Marlene Gordon, who graciously hosted with delicious refreshments and cool drinks. The ladies present voted to meet on October 1 at 1:30 p.m. Kathy Hutchins will host at her home. Please contact Kathy at 609-430-1565 or email@example.com. Hope to have a good turnout. Bring current project, questions, etc. And don’t forget, completed projects are always nice to share and be complimented for.
The MET/HD programs begin October 6, 2018 with Verdi’s popular AIDA, with Anna Netrebko, Anita Rachvelishvilli, Aleksandrs Antonenko, Quinn Kelsey, Ryan Speedo Green; Nicola Luisotti, conductor.
Curtain time: 12:55 p.m.
Those leaving from Windrows may have bus transportation with reserved seats. Otherwise, if you go to the AMC in Hamilton, arrive early for better seating.
Click this for the entire schedule of the METROPOLITAN OPERA HD SERIES for the 2018-2019 season.
LUNCHING OUT GROUP
Bonnie Larson has been arranging reservations for members at area restaurants each month. If you would like to receive her notices, please contact her: 609-655-2663 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEWS FROM ONE OF OUR SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Barbara Johnson has had an email from Allison Long. She has been in Kenya working as a manager for a DFID-funded Deepening Democracy Programme based in Kenya. She came to the US in July to adopt a baby in Utah; it will be a little girl called Zola. There will be further news if the adoption goes through. She sends love and salutations to all the ladies at WCC.
Bonnie Larson would like to be contacted if you know of a member who has been ill or who has lost a family member. Contact Bonnie (609-655-2663) so she can send a card representing the College Club.
Sandra (Sandy) Stein
Wallis D. Parnell
GENERAL MEETINGS 2018 -2019
September 17, 2018 All Saints Church
October 15, 2018 All Saints Church
November 19, 2018 All Saints Church
December 17, 2918 All Saints Church
January 14, 2019 Nassau Club
February 18, 2019 All Saints Church
March 18, 2019 All Saints Church
April 22, 2019 Present Day Club/Benefit
May 20, 2019 Windrows/Annual Lunch
EXECUTIVE BOARD 2018 – 2019
President Kathleen Hutchins
Vice-President Gay Culin
Recording Secretary Mary Giordmaine
Corresponding Secretary Carol Stawski
Treasurer Nancy LIfland
Assistant Treasurer Marlene Gordon
Newsletter Editor Carol Stawski
Endowment Lynda Woods Cleary
Fundraising Gay Culin
Historian Mary Laity
Hospitality Mary Frances Stahler
Membership Danuta Buzdygan-Stys
Photography Nora Ananos
Program Barbara Johnson, Janet Reiche
Publicity Beverly Kestenis
Scholarship Alyce Conlon, Marlene Gordon,
Elaine Rafferty, Marilyn Shteir
Trips Kathleen Hutchins
Webmaster Helen Ju
Members-at-Large Bonnie Larson, Eila MacKenzie
Florence Begun, one of our treasured members, has relocated to the
State of Washington. She would like to wish everyone her very best.
Please contact the club president for her new address and telephone number.