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August 30, 2004
WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOST LULLWATER
Each year the Emory Woman’s Club holds a welcoming reception
at Lullwater House for new members of the faculty and staff
or their wives.
The reception provides newcomers with an opportunity to become acquainted with
each other, the University and the Atlanta community. Also welcome are women
who are part of the larger Emory community through affiliation with organizations
like the CDC or American Cancer Society.
This year President Jim Wagner’s wife, Debbie, will host the event for
the first time on Tuesday, Sept. 14, from
1–3 p.m. Attendees may drive to Lullwater House; generally cars cannot
enter Lullwater, but on this occasion attendees may drive to the house where
Emory personnel will direct them to parking.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Sally Davis at 678-289-0687 or by e-mail
VANPOOL SPOTS OPEN ACROSS METRO AREA
Emory’s alternative transportation program sponsors several
vanpools around the Atlanta metro area. Currently there are openings
in vanpools serving Clayton, Cobb, Douglas, Gwinnett and Walton counties.
To be eligible, riders must be active full-time regular, active part-time regular
or active full-time temporary employees of the University or Emory Healthcare
whose primary work location is on the Clifton corridor.
Join now and the first two months of riding will be free. For more information,
contact Candace Brzoka at
404-712-2415 or visit alternative transportation’s vanpool webpage at www.epcs.emory.edu/alttransp/Vanpools.htm.