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The Next 50 Years

March 6, 2018

923 16th Street Northeast

Washington, DC


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For more than 50 years, The Fund for American Studies has worked to change the world by developing leaders for a free society. As we step into the next 50 years, the TFAS journey continues with a renewed commitment to our important mission.

On Tuesday, March 6, TFAS will make an exciting announcement about the future of our organization and expanding our impact. We’ll also honor some of our most outstanding alumni by awarding the 50th Anniversary Alumni Awards. 

TFAS alumnae Betsy Bryant Welch (IBGA 05), Courtney Rohrbach (IPVS 05), Lindsey Parke (IBGA 05), and Lauren Goldberg (IBGA 09) celebrate 50 years of TFAS during the 50th Anniversary Gala last year.

Details

Tuesday, March 6

St. Regis Hotel
923 16th St. NW
Washington, DC

Dress is Business Attire

Program

The Evening will Begin at 6 p.m.
• Presentation of TFAS 50th Anniversary Alumni Awards
• Special TFAS Announcement
• Reception to Follow

RSVP

Due to capacity, this is an invitation-only event. If you received an invitation and would like to RSVP, please click here or contact Special Events Director Jane Mack at jmack@TFAS.org or 202-986-0384 by Thursday, March 1.


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