Brings together the women of Vanderbilt University, providing an opportunity for intellectual, cultural and social activities within the community and the university; supporting and assisting the mission of the university; and sponsoring the Ada Bell Stapleton – Blanche Henry Weaver Scholarship through fundraising efforts.
Annual Meeting & Lecture with Lunch
Thursday, January 16, 2014
10:00 AM - 12:30pm
Vanderbilt Historic Old Gym
2305 West End Ave
(West End at 23rd Street So.)
Nashville, TN 37203
Special Guest Speaker
Emilie M. Townes, Ph.D.
New Dean of the Vanderbilt University Divinity School
Induction of Elizabetha Baugh as a Life Member.
Lunch is hosted by the Dean of Admissions and valet parking is provided.
Please reply to Sheila Jensen by January 10, 2014
SheilaJensen@comcast.net Home 615-385-9486 cell 615-351-4375
Come Sip and Socialize
Vanderbilt University Central Library 4th Floor Lobby and Community Room
Exhibit featuring "Stage and Screen: Treasures from the Golden Age of Hollywood,Television and Music"
Friday, February 7, 2014
4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Wine Tasting by West End Discount Liquors and Wines
Buffet of Appetizers by The Clean Plate Club
Unique Silent Auction (See ScholarSips page for complete listing)
Free Parking in Wesley Place Garage
Challenge to all VWC Members = Buy a ticket for yourself and a guest
Support the Ada Bell Stapleton/Blanche Henry Weaver Scholarship
Annual Meeting Showcases New Divinity Dean, Induction of Lifetime Member and New Board
The Vanderbilt Woman’s Club annual meeting was held January 16 in the Old Gym. The 2014-15 Executive Committee was announced and member Elisabetha Baugh was inducted as a lifetime member. Dr. Emilie Townes, Vanderbilt’s new Divinity Dean was the keynote speaker with a talk entitled “The Dancing Mind.”
The 2014-15 Executive Committee is (l-r): Sheila Jensen, President; Lisa LeMaster; Vice President; Elisabeth Sandberg, Treasurer; Aileen Webb, Recording Secretary; Angela Bowens, Corresponding Secretary.
The tasty lunch was provided by the Office of Enrollment Management. Many thanks to Dean of Admissions Doug Christiansen and his team for sponsoring the luncheon.
Elisabetha Baugh joined the Vanderbilt Woman’s Club in 1974. Forty years later, we honor this wonderful woman who was born in Germany, has traveled to more than 130 countries and cherishes the friendships she has made through the Vanderbilt Woman’s Club.
President Lynn Maddox presents Elisabetha Baugh with a lifetime membership certificate and rose.
Divinity Dean Dr. Emilie Townes encouraged attendees to be present for others by being fully focused and aware of the person you’re interacting with.