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Women of Vision holds its 2016 Spring Gathering of Friends


Women of Vision members Vickie Butler, Donna Harmon, Kay O’Brien and Betty Catlett pause for a photo during the annual Spring Gathering of Friends held in Stokely Memorial Cafeteria.

(April 11, 2016) – Carson-Newman University’s Women of Vision Organization held its 2016 Spring Gathering of Friends on campus. The event helped to celebrate the group’s five-year anniversary.

Click here to see more photos from the event on Carson-Newman’s Facebook page.

Women of Vision is an active philanthropic organization on campus that seeks to enhance areas of the University that benefit students and the college experience. The group has not only raised money for various campus initiatives, but has also volunteered time to help with their completion. Such projects have included renovation of several residence halls and study areas, the addition of a Fireside Reading Room in the University’s library, refurbishment of C-N’s International Guest House and the establishment of student scholarships.

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