AAEB offers photo
in Rising Sun Armchair
with President Douthat
Funds raised will benefit the work
of the AAEB and its scholarship fund.
The Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB) is sponsoring a
unique fundraiser at Homecoming this year. You (and your family) can
have your photo taken with President Douthat in the Rising Sun Armchair.
The chair was handmade and donated by Gene Landon ’57. It is one of
two replicas he fashioned of the 18th century Rising Sun Armchair used
by George Washington during the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Dr.
John Templeton Jr. commissioned Landon to handcraft an exact replica to
be displayed permanently in the Constitution Center in Philadelphia. The
original chair and one replica are in Philadelphia on display and cannot be
touched. However, Templeton gave Landon permission to create a second
exact replica for Lycoming, which you have the opportunity to sit in during
Make sure you call to reserve a time to support your alumni board and
take advantage of this special opportunity!
Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 • 9, 9:15, 9:30, 9:45 a.m.
Jane Schultz Room, Wertz Student Center
$25 for photo in a Lycoming College silver frame. Extra photos $5 each.
Call today to make your appointment
Gail (Gleason) Beamer
Nancy (Beecher) Christy
psychology) retired after working for
years as a high school counselor.
She volunteers at her church, enjoys
collecting American cut glass and is
planning an October wedding for her
biology) had an
article, “One More Hat in the Ring,”
accepted for web access through
the George Washington Institute for
Spirituality and Health on their SOERCE
link for spiritual assessments.
The Rev. James D. Anderman
business administration) is the new
pastor of Covenant United Methodist
Church in Springfield, Pa. He served
as pastor of Salem United Methodist
Church in Allentown for the last five
Edward and Jane (Snyder) Bird
Debbie (Maisano) Dunne
published a co-authored article,
Teaching Tolerance with Culture
Clubs,” in the January “Multicultural
Literature” issue of
literature-based resource for the
classroom. She has been teaching for 34
Martha “Mattie” (Parker)
sociology) has been recruiting
for a wide variety of companies in the
Boston area for the last 20 years and also
has fun dabbling in community theater.
She hopes to audition for Cirque du