Women of UNG was honored to co-host the 15th annual Holiday Scholarship Luncheon with President Bonita Jacobs and the UNG Foundation. About 130 alumnae, UNG administrators & staff and friends of UNG attended the luncheon on Thursday, December 6th at Gainesville’s Chattahoochee Country Club. Eight nontraditional coeds were recognized for receiving $1,000 scholarships from the Women of UNG Scholarship Fund.
$20 fee includes 3 tastes at 4 Tasting Rooms on Dahlonega's Square.
Canvas & Cork - 90 North Meaders Street
Dahlonega Tasting Room ( Habersham Wines) - 16 North Park Street
Georgia Winery of Dahlonega - 35 North Chestatee Street
Kaya Wine Tasting at Dahlonega Square Hotel - 135 North Chestatee Street
Optional - Meet up afterwards for Appetizers/Dinner at Shenanigans 4:30 p.m. (Participants pay for their food and beverage purchases).
Register by Friday, March 1st
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The Women of UNG invites their members and friends to the 3rd Annual Women's Leadership Recognition Luncheon Sunday, March 3, 2019 12 PM-2 PM at the UNG Dining Hall Banquet Room. Guest speaker, Donna Hix Scott, '81..
Doors open 11:30 a.m. Event begins promptly at 12:00 p.m.
Dress: Business Attire
Complimentary meals for honorees and designated attendees.
$25 for General Guests and WUNG Members
Please RSVP by Friday, February 8, 2019
Read more on the 2018 Women of UNG honor students and alumnae.
2018 Women's Leadership Luncheon:
Hosted by Dr. Bonita Jacobs, President
University of North Georgia Foundation, Inc.
Women of UNG
Women's Education Fund Scholarships grew out of a grassroots effort of several women attending the annual Women's Holiday Luncheon hosted by former Gainesville State College President, Dr. Martha T. Nesbitt. Multiple scholarships are awarded each year and are designated for female students showing academic promise and demonstrating financial need, who, by age, role, and/or responsibilities are considered "non-traditional" students.
Read more on the 2017 Scholarship recipient at the Women of UNG's Holiday Luncheon.