Volume VI, Number XIX
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
January 11, 2013
Bethany College Announces 2013 Oreon E. Scott Lectures
Sven de Jong, senior vice president of Bethany, and liaison from the TCUCC vice presidents to the council, presented results of the recent branding and marketing campaign.
The group also heard reports from Dr. Kenneth R. Garren (president of Lynchburg College), treasurer, Dr. A. Guy Waldrop, director of the TCUCC, and the Rev. Todd Adams, associate general minister of the Christian Church.
Emeritus Professor Draper Enjoys Circus Reception in Sarasota
He was joined by his daughter Barbara Stebbins ’71, son-in-law Ron, and Mort and M.E. Yancosek Gamble, both from Bethany College. At left is the president of the Circus Fans Association of America, Donald Covington.
President Miller Chairs InterAmerican Consortium Meeting
Dr. Marylouise Fennell is the executive director of the consortium. Other U.S. partners include Lake Erie College, Neumann University, Trine University and Wesley College.
Alpha Xi Delta Supports Autism Speaks
In the fall of 2012, the Delta Chapter began what they hope will become tradition for their charity fundraising. On Sept. 2, the sisters attended the Washington Wild Things’ Fan Appreciation baseball game at Falconi Field. Here, they were given the opportunity to set up a booth at the gate and collect donations, while spreading awareness for Autism Speaks. Sister Amanda Neilsen threw the first pitch following the announcement of the group’s cause. With the support of 20 tickets purchased by Bethany College’s Office of Student Life and the donations of the Wild Things fans, the Delta Chapter raised $196.43 for the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization.
On Nov. 9, they were again afforded the chance to service their philanthropic partner by attending the Wheeling Nailers hockey game at the WesBanco Arena. They carried donation buckets, participated in a 50/50 drawing, and arranged for information booths where they interacted with those interested in the charity. In the end, fan response was amazing and they rose over $475 for Autism Speaks.
Bethany President Chairs Annual Council of Independent Colleges Program
Nominations Sought for President’s Awards
Give to Bethany College From Your IRA
If you qualify for an IRA rollover, visit the Bethany College planned-giving website for more information.
For more information on making any gift to Bethany College, please contact the Bethany College Office of Institutional Advancement at 304-829-7723.
Attention Bethany Alumni!
Bethany Alum Appointed as Judge to District Court in Carroll County, Maryland
For the past 23 years, he has served as an attorney there with the Office of the Public Defender. Green also has significant teaching experience. He is an adjunct professor for the criminal practice clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law, and has worked for the Shemer Bar Review since 1999. Green began his legal career as an assistant state’s attorney in Baltimore City. He graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in 1987 and from Bethany College in 1980.
Bethany Alumni Association Now Accepting Nominations for Alumni Awards
Bethany Accepting Nominations for Alumnus of the Year Award
Save the Date: Florida!
Save the Date! Bethany Announces Homecoming 2013
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Bethany Falls in PAC Meets to W&J
Bison Fall at Carnegie Mellon for Second Straight Loss
Please visit Bethany Athletics for the most up-to-date scores and game information.
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