Mark your calendars! On November 1-2, (the two days prior to Homecoming) alumnae from all over the world will return to campus to celebrate how far we’ve come and to leave a legacy for future generations of Penn women.

Highlights include:
Panel discussions featuring some of our most accomplished alumnae
Gala luncheon with keynote speaker, Andrea Mitchell CW’67
Dinner with Dr. Rodin CW’66 and the trustees, followed by a private performance of The Vagina Monologues (limited ticket availability)
Networking reception
A poster honoring Penn women authors
A specially commissioned sculpture
The unveiling of the Women’s Walkway and Generational Bridge at the Class of 1949 (38th Street) Bridge. The Women’s Walkway provides a lasting way to honor the role you or a woman family member played in Penn’s history and to leave a legacy for generations of Penn women to come. The Generational Bridge commemorates another proud heritage at Penn: families of Penn graduates. Donor options are available for $5,000-$100,000.

Visit our Web site (www.alumni.upenn.edu/ celebratewomen)
For general information contact Bonnie Eisner at (215) 898-7811, <beisner@ ben.dev.upenn.edu>
For information on donor opportunities contact Susan Smith at 1-800-237-2655 or (215) 898-8445, or <susmith@ ben.dev.upenn.edu>
For hotel & airline arrangements contact Fran Engelbach CW’62 at 1-800-638-8747 or (215) 625-8585.

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Events of interest—on campus and around the world.

Highlights for Mar/Apr. For more detailed listings,
please see Alumni Calendar



Arizona. Join us for the Diamondbacks v. Phillies baseball game on Friday, May 11; tickets are $15 for members and guests, $20 for non-members. Call Beth Topor for tickets at (480)922-3540 or by e-mail <toporb@aol.com>.

Cape Cod. This summer will mark the Cape Cod Club’s first event. If you live on Cape Cod, or are just vacationing, and would like to be informed of club activities, contact club president Harris Contos at <hcontos@worldnet.att.net> or (508) 775-9339.

Cleveland. The Cleveland Penn Club will participate in its second PennCares project —a walkathon to benefit the Neighborhood Centers Association at Cleveland State Convocation Center on July 23. Contact Carolyn Cherverine W’84 <Carolyn_ Cherverine@keybank.com> to register. Upcoming events for this summer will include a family picnic for alumni and their families at Landerwood Swim Club and the annual new-student reception. For further information on membership and club events contact Barbara Corwin Franklin SAMP’66 at (216) 292-6750 or <barbfranklin@aol.com> or check our Web site at (www.IVY15.org).

Metro New Jersey. The Metro New Jersey Alumni Club has one more event scheduled for this year: The Wesley A Stanger Scholarship and Installation Dinner will be held at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield on
June 5. Our guest speaker will be David Eisenhower. For information call Nancy Goldfeder (973) 379-5295, Carol Michaels (973) 379-4779, or Renee Carniol (908) 464-3134. For information about joining our club, contact Debbi Lebersfeld (973) 467-8560 or e-mail <DebLeb1@aol.com>. Visit our Web site (ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/tnewmann).

PennNYC. Attention New York City Red & Blue: the next general meeting will be on June 7; the location and time-of-day will be posted to our listserv. We’ll discuss plans for fabulous summer and fall events to rival early 2001 successes. PennNYC brings social, networking, intellectual, cultural, and philanthropic programming to alumni in the region. Also, stay tuned for details regarding the Women’s Mentoring Program’s Picnic In The Park in June. For more information about PennNYC and upcoming events, contact Melissa Donald C’98 at <MelDonald@aol.com> or add yourself to the club listserv by sending an e-mail to <listserv@lists.upenn.edu>. Leave the subject line blank; in the body of the message, type: “subscribe PENNNYC” and then type your full name.

Philadelphia. Join the Philadelphia Penn Club and the University as hosts for the Greater Philadelphia Blues Fest, on campus, June 7-10; featured performers this year include Dr. John and Shemekia Copeland. For information or tickets call (215) 662-1612, or visit <www.greaterphillybluesfest.com>. We’ll be at the Wilma Theater on June 19 for Passion, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; contact Fanny Chu-Fong at (215) 561-6900x24 or <phlpennclb@aol.com>.

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Untitled (1999) by Clare Rojas in the ICA exhibit, East Meets West: “Folk” and Fantasy Painting from the Coasts,
May 12 to July 29.


The clubs in Cleveland, Sarasota, Miami, Westchester, Metro New Jersey, New York, Los Angeles, Baltimore, and Philadelphia have already committed to having a community-service activity for this year. As in the past, the projects will take on a variety of forms, from raising money for a seeing-eye-dog fund, to building a house with Habitat for Humanity, to working in a soup kitchen. Check out (www.alumni.upenn.edu/ penncares) for a listing all of the clubs that are participating and what they are doing. We hope we can put your club on that list. For information, help and ideas, contact Joel Nied at (215) 963-5274 or at <Joel.R.Nied.C90@ alumni.upenn.edu>.