Red Shoes for Scholarships
Thursday, April 4, 5:30 p.m.
Cumberland Gap Convention Center
Dr. Jan Zieren, associate professor of family health, LMU-DCOM, will speak about women's health issues
RSVP to Angela Jordan, 869.7072, by March 28
Cost: $15 per person
You MUST wear RED shoes!
Pathways of ServiceAlthough the word “service” seems self-explanatory, sometimes it is difficult to define! Service is a language that everyone speaks, but according to our personalities, it can mean many things. LMU’s Women of Service hopes to offer avenues for you to express your individual passion for service.
Service Projects for Consideration:
- Adopt a Student Program
- Educational and Leisure Travel
- Event Hospitality
- Literary Heritage and Development
- Personal Financial Education
- Student Mentoring
- Student Scholarships
Every donor has a particular dream. Perhaps you wish to give back to the Railsplitter community through a special project. As Lincoln Memorial University’s Women of Service grows and becomes more defined, so will our Women of Service Initiative Fund. LMU will work to support and facilitate your dreams as we provide service to students together. We invite you to bring your ideas, your talents and your willingness to consider innovative ways to partner in this effort.
Women of Service Award
In the future, we would like to annually recognize a woman for her service work within our community. Criteria for this prestigious award will be developed by leadership members of the organization.