Patrons ($250 per ticket) will receive priority orchestra tickets and Supporters ($150 per ticket) will receive secondary orchestra seats or mezzanine seats to this critically acclaimed production followed by a talk -back organized by Florie Seery ’83, now the MTC’s general manager. In addition to priority seating, Patrons will be treated to a pre-theatre cocktail reception from 6 – 7.30 pm followed by bus transportation to the theatre.
This evening promises to be a fun-filled reunion for local Smith alums and an opportunity to view one of the season’s most anticipated theatre productions. Most importantly, the funds we raise from this event will enable exceptional young women to attend Smith College. Last year’s donations benefited seven students from area high schools all of whom genuinely appreciate our support, including this woman from the Class of ‘08:
"...I am from Brooklyn, New York, and I decided to come to Smith College because I wanted a space where I could develop myself as a woman through academics and life experiences. Currently, I am a government major with a concentration in international relations. I have been able to exercise my leadership skills in the Student Government Body as Vice President of the sophomore class as well as participate in programs such as the Phoebe Lewis Leadership Program. These opportunities would not have been available to me if it was not for your generous donations. Thank you for making my experience at Smith College fruitful
NOW IS THE TIME to order your tickets for this event. We have already purchased tickets and must sell them. We encourage you to bring family and friends, and if you cannot attend, please consider making a donation or purchasing a ticket for a friend. Make your check payable to The Smith College Club of New York City Scholarship Fund, PO Box 8418, FDR Station, New York, NY 10150-8418. Don’t forget that your donation qualifies for your employer’s matching gift program.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you all on Thursday, May 11th.
Cynthia Meyn Yun '86 Lara Marcon '91 Barbara Dodd Massey '63 : Event Co-Chairs
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THE SMITH COLLEGE CLUB OF LONG ISLAND
cordially invites all Club members, Smith alumnae, family & friends to:
Spring Event ~ T.B.A.
~ Details in forthcoming newsletter.
If you're not sure that we have your address, or if you have any questions, please contact Leslie Feffer ~
Saturday, October 23rd
45 Seventh Street, Garden City
Click here to see the room where we were, as well as the menu
Annual Meeting & Tea:
Sunday, June 8, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
at the home of Anna Recca
Susan R. Van Dyne
Smith College Professor and Chair — Women's Studies Program
spoke with the Club about
Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes
Annual Meeting & Tea
Sunday, April 14, 2002, 2 p.m., at the home of Anna Recca
Joel S. Kaminsky
Smith College, Religion Department
spoke with the Club about
"Sibling Rivalry In the Old Testament"
was held on Sunday, October 22, 2000 at the home of Anna Recca
In the spirit of the 2000 Election,
Donald Robinson Professor of Government, Smith College
spoke with the Club on the topic of:
"Must a President Be Good: Personal Morality and Political Authority"