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Centenarians celebrated


Skidmore has started the Century Club, to recognize alumni who reach the age of 100. So far, the club includes Flora Posson ’37, Lois Fassett Angell ’32, Nancy Gorham Blubaugh ’30, Edith Hellman Bull ’32, Marxie Squar- cia Hesler ’35, Helen Miller Hobbs ’32, Alice Furbish Kerr ’35, Cornelia Messler Sharman ’37, Mary Lane Schwartz ’29, and Lucy Jacoby Tarbox ’34. They each received a certificate, signed by Skidmore President Philip


Glotzbach, that salutes their important place in the history of the College. Club members’ stories are shared in Scope’s class notes, and their photos are added to the digital Wall of Honor in the Kisiel Atrium of Murray-Aikins Dining Hall.


Alumni who know of others cele- brating their 100th birthdays are urged to send the information to Skidmore’s alumni affairs and college events office or to call 518-580-5610. —MM


Where to next?


Alumni, parents, and friends of Skidmore can experience first-class educational opportunities in world-class destinations with the Skidmore College Alumni Travel Program. When you think of travel, think of Skidmore first!


All roads will lead you back.


May 28–June 1 Join us at Skidmore for


Rekindle old friendships Rediscover Saratoga Springs


Reconnect with faculty • Join the parade Picnic on the green • Go back to class Visit the alumni art exhibition Enjoy live music and fireworks


For news and details, visit www.skidmore.edu/reunion


EXPLORING AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND with Middlebury and Vassar Colleges March 18 –April 8


ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS (ITALY, CROATIA, MONTENEGRO, ALBANIA, GREECE) June 15–23


GREAT PARKS OF CALIFORNIA August 1–9


VOYAGE TO ANTIQUITY


(GREECE, TURKEY, CYPRUS, ISRAEL) October 31–November 11


For details, visit www.skidmore.edu/alumni_travel Questions? Call 518-580-5610


or e-mail alumni.travel@skidmore.edu. JOIN US. WE’RE GOING PLACES.


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