Celebrating 40 years of service in the community

September 20th, 2012    Author: Administrator    Filed Under: Community

The Lantern – a symbol of UC Clermont College. In May 1973 Velma Woodward Newhouse donated a buggy lantern to Clermont College owned by her paternal grandfather Dr. Josiah Woodward. Dr. Woodward owned some of the property on which the college is built and she believed he used to make house calls with that lantern.

On Sept. 25, 1972, Clermont General and Technical College opened with 97 full time and 184 part-time students.

Forty years later UC Clermont College (the name was officially change in 1987) is celebrating its proud history and service to the community by hosting the 40th Anniversary Celebration. The event will take place on Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Krippendorf Lodge at the Cincinnati Nature Center beginning at 5:30 p.m.

The college is especially encouraging UC Clermont College alumni, retired faculty and the community to attend.

In celebration of the 40th anniversary, the $40 registration fee will be gifted to the UC Clermont College Student Scholarship Fund to help our students achieve their academic dreams. Please RSVP by September 21. at www.regonline.com/Clermont40.

For more information please contact Meredith Delaney at (513) 558-9964 or Mae Hanna at (513) 732-5332.

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