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August 6, 2001



Well House hosts back-to-school infostops
The first day of school is just around the corner for students of all ages, and the Emory Well House is ready to help.

Parents of K-12 students are encourged to stop by and pick up information on academics, art, drama, music, sports and other enrichment activities for the upcoming school year at one of three Well House-sponsored back-to-school information stops.

For the adult student, information about area colleges and universities, continuing education programs, tuition reimbursement, courtesy scholarships and more will be avaliable.

All info stops run from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. and will be held on the following days: Aug. 8 in the Dobbs Center commons area; Aug. 16 in Emory Hospital's Asbury Court; and Aug. 23 at Wesley Woods.

For more information, call the Well House at 404-727-WELL or visit WELLHOUSE.


Staff Fest 2001 t-shirts on sale for a buck
This year's Staff Fest t-shirts are marked down to be moved out. The shirts have been clearance priced at $1 and sizes are limited.

For more information, contact Human Resources at 404-727-2242.


Financial workshop slated for Aug. 14
Human Resources and MetLife Financial Services will host "Investing Made Easy," a financial workshop on Aug.14. The program will explore basic strategies to help people achieve investment goals and to determine what sort of investor they are.

The workshop will run from noon–1 p.m. in Harland Cinema in the Dobbs Center. It is free and open to all Emory employees.

To reserve a space, contact Kathy Cobb at 404-727-7612 or


A memorial service will be held Sept. 8 for Rebecca Dillard, assistant director of admissions for the School of Medicine, who died July 28 after a 10-month battle with cancer. She was 49.

Mrs. Dillard spent 25 years in the medical school, starting as a secretary in the admissions office. When John Stone became director of admissions in 1981, Mrs. Dillard was promoted to assistant director. She graduated from Agnes Scott College, where she played tennis after winning a doubles state championship for Newnan High School in 1968.

“She liked everyone,” said May Nelson, administrative assistant in medical school admissions. “She was a real people person; applicants enjoyed talking to her. She was a good person to work with because she worked her way up through the office and knew all the steps. She’ll be hard to replace.”

Her memorial service will be held Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. at the Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 1025 Mt. Vernon Highway in northwest Atlanta.


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