A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL
THANK YOU SO MUCH CELINDA LAKE & ELLEN PRENTISS CAMPBELL FOR YOUR FABULOUS WEBINAR PRESENTATIONS!!
IF YOU WISH TO VIEW THE WEBINAR AGAIN OR IF YOU MISSED IT, SEE BELOW.
Smith College’s first ever virtual Reunion May 22-24, 2020 was a great success
Class ’75 Virtual Reunion Programs Included
Zoom Webinar: Saturday, May 23rd 12:00-1:15 p.m. (EDT)
This Class event was a live webinar where only the speaker-presenters were visible. Those attending were muted but could submit written questions.
Celinda Lake, pollster and political strategist, presented “Eye on the 2020 Elections” and answered questions during the webinar.
Ellen Prentiss Campbell, accomplished and highly regarded author, presented her book, The Bowl with Gold Seams (2016) for which she was the winner of the Indie Excellence Award for Historical Fiction.
(Ellen also had a separate Zoom session for a discussion of her book. Program schedules below.)
Registration for this class webinar was required. 149 classmates had registered in advance!! Click HERE to see who had registered.
So, what’s the password?
The name of the Bookstore which was on Green Street during our years at Smith.
Still stumped? Click here for your hint ……… or contact Barbara or Andrea.
COMPLETE ZOOM & “ZOCIAL” MEETING SCHEDULE
(all times listed are EDT)
Saturday, May 23 -12:00-1:15
As above – Class Zoom Webinar with presentations by Ellen Prentiss and Celinda Lake.
Saturday, May 23 -1:30 p.m. – Ellen hosted a zoom Q&A / discussion session about her book.
Friday, May 22nd – 8:30 pm
Saturday, May 23rd – 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Sunday, May 24th – 2:00 pm
“ZOCIAL” hours provided opportunities for discussions with classmates. Classmates were welcome to attend more than one “ZOCIAL” hour, even during the same time slot.
PLEASE COMPLETE our class survey!
Questions concern our families and homes, what we are doing, how we are doing, our plans for the future, and Smith. It takes about 20-30 minutes and you must complete it in one sitting. The deadline is May 30. Our reunion co-chair, Lizz Cooper-Martin, PH.D., will compile the results and post them to this website.
Voting on the slate of class officers will occur electronically after reunion weekend.