succeeding Baird Tipson. In the meantime, a Presidential Transition Team has beenappointed by Chair of the Board of Visitors & Governors, Ed Nordberg ’82.·
complex is now fully operational and the student, facultyand staff are enjoying every square inch of the new dining facility. (Are you asjealous as I am?!)·
The Alumni House Renovation is complete with a new entertainment porch. The$150,000 anonymous matching grant made a huge difference in attracting alumni giftstotaling over $150,000.·
Spring 2010 enrollment includes 1,226 undergrads and 54 graduate students!Want to help recruit strong applicants to WC- you canvolunteerwith our classmateJenn Carey!With all these wonderful changes and positive transformations going on at thecollege, it’s a great time to give your annual monetary contribution to the WashingtonFund, or to donate to a more specific area of the college that is near and dear to yourheart. Every donation makes a difference. The college’s advancement website says,“One of the factors that determines if a college can obtain government grants is notonly how much money it raises, but how many donors contribute.” So not only doesevery person count, every gift does add up towards The Washington Fund's $2 million
goal. Please considergiving a donationin any amount you feel comfortable forthis fiscal year (ending June 30th). I find dividing my gift over several months allowsme to make a larger gift without feeling the impact- I buy one less latte a week- andthen I can send $20 a month to Washington College! No matter what you can give,participation in the annual fund is important- and anything you can contribute isgreatly appreciated!
Don’t forget to stay in touch- whether it is through a gift to the Washington Fund,Facebook, or through Class Notes… it’s been some time since we saw each other every day on campus- things change! I hope all is well! Yours with George,
L. Wayles Wilson ‘03
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