Reinhardt Shares During the Holidays
Giving Tree organizers and school representatives included (back row, from right): Dr. J. Thomas Isherwood, Reinhardt president; Dottie Townsend, secretary at R.M. Moore Elementary School; Janna Moore, exeuctive assistant to the Reinhardt VP of advancement; and Jon Costales, counselor at R.M. Moore Elementary School; (front row, from right) R.M. Moore Elementary Students Juliana Brown, Caitlyn Cain, Parker Townsend and Quinn Costales.
GIVING to those in need.
Again this year, Reinhardt worked with R.M. Moore Elementary School, our partner in education, to help children in our community who are in need this holiday season through a program called “The Giving Tree.”
A small tree was placed in the President’s Lobby with 44 angel-shaped tags. This year we helped 4 families, a total of 11 kids, ranging from ages 3-13 years old.
We were able to provide a very special Christmas for these families!
CONTRIBUTING to a good cause.
Thank you to all of Reinhardt’s faculty and staff who made contributions to the Reinhardt Family Scholarship. Because of you, we’ll be able award more than $16,500 for spring semester scholarships.
The scholarship is completely funded with contributions made by Reinhardt faculty and staff. Students like vocal performance major Unita Harris (left) depend on this scholarship to fund their education.
If you would like to contribute to the scholarship, please contact Linda Peckman in the Office of Annual Giving at x5513 or LGP@reinhardt.edu.
DONATING to help the less fortunate.
The young men and women of Mu Phi Epsilon, International Music Fraternity, have adopted an Atlanta family in need. Their goal was to collect donations and other goods to aid in giving this family a special Christmas. They hosted an Italian Dinner in early December to raise funds to give to the family. This particular family has one infant son, and they were seeking assistance in providing some needed items for the holiday season.
SPREADING Christmas cheer.
Reinhardt’s Christmas tree in the R.T. Jones Memorial Library Festival of Trees is one that will bring you tidings of comfort and joy. Visit during regular library hours to see this special tree!