March 2016 newsletter

Vermont Wellesley Club

Dear [first_name],

The days are longer, the sparrows, finches, and other sweet harbingers of spring are returning. Two of my favorite markers of spring are Wellesley events: the 5-Colleges Book Sale and our Vermont Club Annual Meeting! The information in this e-news mirrors the paper newsletter you should have received this past week.  If you haven't received yours, and would like to, check-in with the Alumnae Association at the college to ensure they have your updated mailing address.  

Read on for all the latest from the club.

Please stay in touch,

Annie Crawford

President, Vermont Wellesley Club  


Register Now: Annual Meeting April 2, 2016

11:30AM - 2:00PM Sat 2 Apr 2016

Click here for information about Annual Meeting! Register online or contact Annie Crawford.



Member Benefits

Become a member or renew your membership today and stay connected to Vermont residents who share the Wellesley experience and intellect.


Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities with the Board

Volunteer to be Vice President, Secretary, Admissions Rep or Webmistress!

Senior Care Packages

  This year, six Wellesley students from Vermont will graduate and we are excited to send senior care packages for the fourth year running.

Wellesley Book Award Program

  The Vermont Wellesley Club annually participates in the college’s Book Award program as an opportunity to plant or nurture the seed of attending Wellesley for exceptional young women and also to raise awareness about the college for other students who hear about the award.

Five-Colleges Book Sale

This annual event is a massive fundraiser for the college!


Are you available to host an event at your home or in your part of Vermont?

Let us know and we'll work with you to develop and promote an event!

Every woman can—and should—make a meaningful contribution to her world. There is a growing recognition that women's empowerment and leadership are crucial to their own advancement, and to worldwide societal change. Wellesley and its alumnae have supported and championed women's intellectual and social development and autonomy for over 100 years.
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