Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Iowa Wesleyan College and its community partners kicked off the 2013-14 Henry County Campaign on Tuesday, November 19. The launch took place with a Leadership Breakfast with President Steven Titus in the Howe Atrium and W.A. Sheaffer Social Hall. A team of volunteers and staff will be calling on Henry County individuals and businesses in the community through December 20. The goal of the campaign is to raise $300,000.
Meg Richtman, vice president for development and alumni relations presided and introduced Jesse Trowbridge, junior from Streator, Illinois who offered an opening prayer. Following breakfast, Zach Cronkhite, sophomore from Washington, Illinois spoke on the importance of receiving a Presidential Scholarship to attend Iowa Wesleyan. President Steven Titus gave an update on recent College news and outlined his strategic initiatives to stabilize and grow the College. The mission of Iowa Wesleyan College is to prepare students to succeed in a changing global environment. Iowa Wesleyan is a four year liberal arts college providing quality individualized learning experiences that combine the development of the intellect with adaptive life skills. The College is affiliated with the United Methodist Church with which it shares a commitment to spiritual values, social justice and human welfare.
Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, founded in 1842, is the oldest private coeducational liberal arts college west of the Mississippi River.
To find out how you can help with the campaign, contact Jim Pedrick at 319-385-6218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.