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Dec 08, 2012
Moravian College Christmas Vespers

Christmas Vespers is a wonderful opportunity for the campus community to share in the beautiful candlelight ceremony that is distinctive of the Moravian tradition. Music by our students combines with the beauty of the Liturgy in this service of worship for the College community and friends.

Vespers is a ticketed event held for the Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary community.
Time: 8:00 pm Location: Central Moravian Church
Contact: Kathi Roman 610 625-7880

Alumni Awards Ceremony
ALUMNI AWARD RECIPIENTS
Comenius Alumni Award: Dr. David Vasily '71
Benigna Education Award: Kathleen Malu, Ph.D. '73
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Bill Trub '03 and Scott Williams '04
Medallion of Merit: Betsey Tait Puth '51
Alumni Fellows: Alicia Altemose '14, Katelyn Cohen '14, Michael O'Gorman '13

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Time: 4:00 p.m.  Location: Hurd Campus
Contact: Pat Hanna, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations 610-625-7874
Celebrate 30 Year's of Exhibitions

Mrs. Hurd's most recent acquisitions for the Payne Gallery are a group of six paintings including four Philadelphia Ten artists, one of her personal favorites W. E. Schofield, and an artist that had so far eluded us, George Sotter. With the recent acquisition of Sotter's, Ottsville House, we now round out Moravian College's permanent collection. With the addition of this collection Moravian College achieves several milestone benchmarks for the Payne Gallery's 30th Anniversary.

Moravian's Collection is the second largest Pennsylvania Impressionist collection in the county rivaled by only the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown. Moravian also now has the largest collection of female Pennsylvania impressionists known as the Philadelphia Ten. And finally, Moravian's collection by the artist Walter Schofield is the largest and most comprehensive collection in the country.
 Location: Payne Gallery, Hurd Campus
Contact: Dave Leidich 610-653-5555