Since its conception in 1960 Town &
Campus has given deserving students at The University of Findlay substantial academic
On Tuesday, April 8, at
the club’s 54th annual spring brunch held at the Village Café on UF
campus six $1,000 scholarships were awarded to the following students (pictured below):
- David Calvelage from Findlay;
- Lauren Chenney from Broadview Heights, OH (not pictured);
- Diane Good
from Wapakoneta, OH;
- Jennifer Morgan from North Fairfield, OH;
- Samantha Peters
from Boardman, OH; and
- Thomas Pierson from Ballston Lake, NY.
In addition Alissa McDonald, also from
Findlay, received the Town & Campus Endowed Scholarship of $1,000.
Recipients are chosen based on their grade point average, leadership on and off
campus, and financial need. Funding for
the scholarships is provided by a sustaining membership mail campaign.
UF President Katherine Fell conducted the
installation of the club’s officers for 2014-2015. They are:
- President Pamela Shinn,
- First Vice
President Doyne Frommer, (not pictured)
- Second Vice President Sondra Malcolm,
- Secretary Susan
- Treasurer Jeanne Wasbro.
Williams was also honored as retiring
Barbara Meyers introduced the new Cat’s
Meow, a collectible depicting the logo o
UF’s College of Pharmacy.
Proceeds from the sales of the collectibles are contributed to the Town
& Campus endowment fund. To date the
following Cat’s Meows have been produced and are available for purchase at the
UF Bookstore and Oiler Mart in the Alumni Memorial Union:
- The University Bell Tower;
- Derrick, the University's mascot;
- Old Main at Christmas; and
- Franz, the Friesian horse
representing the English Equestrian Program.