These programs are designed to provide high quality training for managerial, technical, and professional employees in the private sector, and local, state, and federal government agencies, as well as nonprofit and public organizations. Remaining courses this spring are:
Going the Extra Mile
An important aspect of the Team In Training program is runners are paired with a "patient hero" someone either currently afflicted or recovering from leukemia. Culp's patient hero is 10-year-old Teresa Green from Arlington, Va., who was diagnosed at age four with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL), the most common form of leukemia in children. Green has been in remission for the past three years.
While this is Culp's first marathon, she looks forward to the road ahead. The training group runs up to five days a week and holds regular runs every Saturday. Culp's main objective is to finish. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please mail your check (payable to the Leukemia Society of America) to Leukemia Society of America, Team in Training, c/o First Union Bank, P.O. Box 421, Merrifield, VA 22116-0421. Be sure to include the following information with your check: Donation for Danielle Culp (patient hero Teresa Green) #190-017.
The George Mason University Patriot Club invites all alumni to be part of its inaugural annual Golf Trip, a golfing/sightseeing adventure of a lifetime!
Travelers will tour the Emerald Isle of Ireland from August 7 through 15, 1999. The package includes accommodations for seven nights, a full Irish breakfast each day, luxury motor coach transportation, the services of a golf tour manager and driver, and tee times and green fees at legendary golf courses (Waterville, Tralee, Ballybunion Old, Labinch, Portmarnock, and the Links of Portmarnock), as well as sightseeing and shopping excursions. The cost is $1,906 per golfer and $1,363 per nongolfer, based on double occupancy. For more information, please contact Suzanne Dana or Peggy Martin of SGH Golf by phone at (703) 549-1065 or (888) 556-0017, or via e-mail at SGH4Golf@aol.com.
Class Reunions and Graduation Celebration
Alumni Thomas Moffit, Mary Mooney, Eric Thorton, and Pat Moffit enjoy the Washington Capitols game at the MCI Center.