Freda Creutzburg Scholar Named
Kerri Calloway, the 2014 Freda Creutzburg Scholar, is a former music teacher who decided to become a nurse. Kerri received hearty congratulations at the Annual Scholar Luncheon from Daria Malan, ’75.
110th Anniversary for Church Home Alumni
2014 is a momentous year indeed! This is the 110th Anniversary of the CHH Alumni Association and the 10th Anniversary of our merger with Hopkins. It is also the 125th Anniversary of the Hopkins Alumni Association and the 25th Anniversary of the baccalaureate program. With this in mind, the reunion weekend will most likely have a large turnout. Consider booking a room at the Courtyard Marriott so you can be close to the Carey School of Business, where the luncheon will take place on Saturday, September 26. I am delighted to have connected with Rae Disney, ’64 who shared an updated class list for the CHH 50-year honorees.
Exciting New Addition to the Archives
Recently, Kay Kaufman, ’61 called to pass along items that had been given to her by Anne Failing, former administrator of Church Hospital. The most exciting of the items was a sterling silver box. The lid to the box had the monogram “TC.” Research showed that the initials and the box had belonged to Dr. Thomas Cullen. The lid was also signed by many other Church Home historical individuals such as Misses Nash, Elliott, and Creutzburg.
*(Include photo of box. This can be obtained from Marjorie Kehoe at the archives)
Plaque Unveiling Set for September
The Plaque, a tribute of the mutual dedication to nursing education by Church Home and Hopkins Alumni, will be unveiled September 24. The ceremony, which will precede the kick-off event to the 2014 Reunion Weekend at Bond Street Social, will begin at 4:30 p.m. at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. I hope to make another addition to the Freda Creutzburg Scholarship at that time, so please consider making a donation. Since the 2013 Reunion weekend, approximately $35,000 has been raised to add to the fund on the occasion of our 10th Anniversary.
- Mary Mann Mullican ‘60
- Mary Ann Bowman Hook ‘70