SCHOLARSHIPS EDUCATION CAMARADERIE NETWORKING
In thinking about the January breakfast, I must admit that one of the parts that I liked the best was seeing what everyone was wearing. I am a shallow person. Three outstanding pieces of jewelry…Gloria Huber’s wonderful green necklace from Peru; Mary Lincoln’s (no surprise here!) blue necklace bought at a thrift shop and Connie Loukatos’ wonderful deep red necklace and earrings. And Carol Stokes’ green Irish sweater and Bonnie Larson’s blue jacket and scarf and Fay Austin’s peachy pink blazer. But I digress. I do want to thank Bonnie Larson, Helen Ju, and Connie Loukatos for coming early to help with flowers, name tags and just about everything else.
We have a lot to look forward to in February. David Mulford will be with us once again, talking this time about Theodore Roosevelt. This program is a wonderful time to invite the men in your life to a College Club program. So, do it.
The Firestone Library regrets to inform the Club that they have had “a policy change and cannot conduct tours for outside groups”. Do not, however, despair. We will be going to The College of New Jersey art gallery for a tour of Caroline Kent: A Form Walks Toward You. There is more information about this exhibit under “Trips”. And keep the April 20th benefit in mind. We need your presence and support. We are excited about our new venue and what it offers. Please bring guests and support our scholarship fund raising effort. There are such wonderful young women out there who need all the support we can give them. So, look in your mailboxes for more information and forms as April approaches.
While I am at it, the board needs help with membership. How about helping out with keeping track of members, especially new ones, following up with guests, and conquering the strings to the name tags? Don’t be shy.
Monday, Feb. 17, 2020 at 1:00 PM All Saint’s Church
Title: Theodore Roosevelt–ONE OF A KIND.
Our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt served from 1901-1909. A man of boundless energy and mammoth interests; he accomplished much. Yet, as one scholar observed, “Theodore Roosevelt is illusive. Just when you think you know him, you don’t.” This talk attempts to address the puzzle of TR.
Dr. David Mulford is a retired Presbyterian minister. With degrees from Colgate University, Princeton Theological Seminary and Drew University, he has served churches in New York, New Jersey and Florida. Now living in Skillman, New Jersey, he continues a life-long interest in the America presidency.
The Board will meet on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at Windrows. Meeting begins at 10:00 AM sharp. If you want coffee or tea, come early to get it from the café.
From now on, the book group will meet at 1:00 PM on the last Friday of the month. For February we will be meeting on February 28, 2020 in the Barnhart Room on the Terrace level in Windrows. We are reading The Road from Coorain, by Jill Ker Conway. If you are interested in joining this group, please contact Bonnie Larson, by email or phone.
LUNCHING OUT GROUP
On Tuesday, February 11, 2020, members will meet at Chambers Walk in Lawrenceville at 12:00 noon. Please let Bonnie know by Monday, Feb. 3 at the latest, if you will be joining the group by calling or emailing Bonnie.
SAVE THE DATE
Scholarship Fundraiser – April 20, 2020 Monday
11:30 AM – 3:30 PM
We will visit The College of New Jersey Art Gallery in February for a guided tour of Caroline Kent: “A Form Walks Toward You In The Dark.” The show will feature works on large unstretched canvases, mid-sized canvases, and three-dimensional wall-mounted sculptures that engage with unexpected gallery spaces like corners and doorframes. Our last tour of this gallery was exceptional. We met and visited with the artist and as well as other TCNJ art students. Margaret Pezalla-Granlund, director of the gallery, has arranged for an art history student interning with the gallery this semester to give us our tour. A date in February is being arranged now.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Kathy at email@example.com or 609-430-1565.
A NOTE FROM A PAST SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT
Richayla was from Princeton HS and one of the sets of twins we interviewed. It’s always nice to hear how the winners are doing.
Hello, my name is Richayla Smith. I have just recently finished my first semester of college!!! It was a great experience and I love Hampton University. I made the dean’s list this past semester. I am learning a lot in the school of business. I will keep you updated. Thank you for your time.
We would like to welcome two new members:
Susan Luty and Ute Carberry
A correction: Dulcie Bull home phone #; contact Club President to get the number.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
We are very sorry to announce that Rosemary Forrey passed away on January 11, 2020. She was a long-time member of the club.
Here it is February and I am just now acknowledging the wonderful members who contributed food and labor to make the December meeting a success. Kudos to Nancy Mulford, Dora Bowers, Janet Young, Janet Reiche, Elaine Rafferty, and Connie Loukatos who insisted on washing every plate, cup and flatware presented to her.
Let’s not forget Kathy’s fresh fruit salad and Gay’s centerpieces at each and every meeting. Many thanks.
SCHOLARSHIP BENEFIT –
APRIL 20, 2020
As part of our scholarship benefit, we are collecting items for our White Elephant Sale. If you have any items that you wish to donate, please bring them to the February meeting or drop them off at Janet Young’s home, or email her, or call her.