Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 25 for the annual Legendary Leaders Awards Luncheon sponsored by the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Gender Equity (formerly known as The Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Women). The event will start at noon in the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom.
Individual tickets can be purchased for $15 each or tables of 8 for $120. Tickets can be purchased with a credit card by phone (no cost centers accepted) by calling the Business Office at 402.554.2979, or purchase in person at the Business Office, MBSC 216, with a credit card, check, or cash. The last day to purchase tickets is Feb. 12.
Dietary restrictions MUST be given to the Business Office – late requests may not be accommodated. Please note, the Business Office does not accept reservations, only payment for tickets.
The following donations will be accepted at the luncheon to support Heartland Family Services Safe Haven program.
Items of greatest need:
- Shower Gel
Safe Haven provides transitional shelter to victims of domestic violence by means of protecting victims from the threat of further abuse. For your donation, you will receive one free raffle ticket for the luncheon raffle drawing.
The luncheon will recognize winners of the following awards and scholarship:
- Outstanding Faculty/Staff Achievement Award
- Outstanding Community Service Award
- Legendary Leader Award
- WiSTEMPro2 Joyce Crockett Promoting Women in STEM Staff Achievement Award
For questions regarding the luncheon, contact CCSGE Luncheon Chair, Mary Perkinson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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