Five Colleges Book Sale and Annual Meeting

Vermont Wellesley Club

Dear [first_name],

March and April are busy months for the Five Colleges Book Sale -

This major fundraiser for Wellesley (as well as for Mt. Holyoke, Simmons, Smith, and Vassar) is possible due to the work of over 300 volunteers each year.

The Book Sale will happen on April 21 & 22 at Lebanon High School Gym. 


The Wellesley sorting day is on March 31 at the Staples Plaza on Route 12A in West Lebanon in the two store fronts closest to Staples. To volunteer on the sorting day, please contact Nancy Dean at  Wellesley alums are responsible for opening and closing the site -- and providing snacks for sorters. 


Book donations are accepted at the sorting site from March 6 - April 11.  Organizers welcome donations of books, manuscripts, prints, maps, memorabilia, CDs, DVDs, videotapes, and books-on-tape.  (They cannot accept encyclopedia, Reader's Digest condensed books, Harlequin Romances, ex-library books, magazines, vinyl records, or audiocassette tapes, or home recordings.)  There are also donation drop boxes at Hanover and Lebanon Coops and the Howe Library (rear entrance), Lebanon, and Kilton Libraries.  


Volunteering opportunities abound! Providing snacks, delivering books, sorting books, selling, setting up, and more - it's all needed and it's all helpful. To volunteer, please contact: Nancy Dean at or Cindy Heath at 


Save the Date - Annual Meeting 4/7/18 - Norwich Inn

11:00AM - 2:00PM Sat 7 Apr 2018


Registration will open in the next few days. Online registration will be available at this site next weekend and, as always, alums can reply to our paper newsletter which will be out soon.

For now, please save the date!

The paper newsletter will be coming in the next week or so. We will extend the invite on both the book sale and and the Annual Meeting to our friends in New Hampshire as well.


Annie Crawford '00

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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