Club hosts annual tea
The Emory Woman’s Club will host its annual Newcomer’s
Tea on Wednesday, Sept. 10. Held at Lullwater House from 1–3
p.m., the tea will also be a chance to welcome Debbie Wagner, wife
of new Emory president Jim Wagner. Parking within Lullwater is allowed
for this event and carpooling is encouraged. For more information,
contact Kathryn King-Meters at 404-874-0763.
to tell their stories, Sept. 9
Bobbi Patterson, senior lecturer in religion and director of the
Emory Scholars Program, and Bridgette Young, associate dean of the
Chapel and Religious Life, are the featured speakers at the fifth-annual
Telling Our Stories.
The event, sponsored by the Women’s Center, will begin with
a 5:30 p.m. reception, Sept. 9 in the Miller-Ward Alumni House.
Advanced reservations are required, and space is limited. The cost
is $25 and includes dinner.
Payment is due by Sept. 4.For more information or to make reservations,
contact the Women’s Center at 404-727-2000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WCI Building set
for dedication, Sept. 24
A ceremony to dedicate the Winship Cancer Institute (WCI) Building
will take place at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 24 in front of the new
Gov. Sonny Purdue will be on hand along with President Jim Wagner,
WCI Director Jonathon Simons, School of Medicine Dean Thomas Lawley
and Michael Johns, executive vice president for Health Affairs.
The dedication will cap several days of events leading to the opening.
An open house for patients and their family members and friends
will take place, Saturday, Sept. 20 from noon–4 p.m.
For more information call 1-888-WINSHIP or visit www.winshipcancerinstitute.org.