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President's Circle Recognizes Donor

The George Mason University Annual Fund has officially established its first recognition society, The President's Circle. The President's Circle is a prestigious group of alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends whose annual gifts to George Mason total $1,000 to $9,999.

Participation in the President's Circle brings many rewards, the most significant of which is the knowledge that your gift makes a real difference not only in the life of the university, but also in the lives of its students. In addition to this opportunity to be involved in George Mason's success, your leadership support brings the following benefits: acknowledgment in university publications, invitations to special campus events, and the opportunity to network with other leadership donors.

The sustained support of the President's Circle is critical to the future of George Mason University because it enables the university to build exceptional programs, which are beyond what would be possible with tuition and state appropriations alone. As with all Annual Fund gifts, you may direct your support to the University Excellence Fund, which allows the university to use your gift where it is needed most, or you may designate your gift for a specific college, department, program, or other university needs.

To be included in this year's President's Circle, please make your gift before June 30, 1999. For more information on the President's Circle, you may contact Kira Benitz, director of the Annual Fund, or Kathleen Kehoe (M.Ed. '97), assistant director, at (703) 993-8850.

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