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JANUARY 2012 NEWSLETTER

Welcome back to all our members and friends at the University Club. After a short break for the holidays we are back and excited to start the New Year off right with some of our Member favorites!

  

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DECEMBER 2011 NEWSLETTER

Season's Greetings! With the holiday season upon us, the University Club of Nashville offers several opportunities to celebrate the season this year. As always, the club is decked out with decorations floor to ceiling, including several Christmas trees and winter displays in the lobby. Treat the office or entertain guests at the Christmas Luncheon, or bring the kids along for the  ever popular Breakfast with Santa.  

NOVEMBER 2011 NEWSLETTER

With Thanksgiving Day right around the corner, the University Club of Nashville offers several opportunities to celebrate the holiday season this year. As always, the club will be decked out with decorations floor to ceiling, including several Christmas trees and winter displays in the lobby.  Treat the office or entertain guests at the Thanksgiving and Christmas Luncheons, or dance the night away with a loved one at the Christmas Dinner Dance.  Bring the children to Breakfast with Santa for an early Christmas present or book a private room and throw your own holiday party.

University Club Welcomes 2011-2012 Board of Directors

President, Hamilton Gayden (pictured with his wife Paulette), Vice-President, Ashwath Jayagopal, Treasurer, Michael Bittle, and Secretary, Pam Jones head up the 2011-2012 Board of Directors supported by Finance Committee Chair, Richard Frank, Ex-Officio, Dr. Betsy Kerr Hay, Membership Committee Chair, Sylvia Graham, Program Committee Chair, Stephanie Martin, 50th Anniversary Chair, Mimi Klein and Board members Nancy Corley, Em Ghianni, Chris Rowe and Robert Sharp.

OCTOBER 2011 NEWSLETTER

A Farewell to Dr. Betsy Kerr Hay

 

During her term as President of the UCN,  Dr. Betsy Hay has ushered in many great new ideas, carefully oversaw several intricate changes and left us on a road to a brighter future.

 

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