Alumni Enjoy Dinner Together in Davis, W.Va.
The Potomac State College Alumni Association and friends of the College recently met for a Dutch treat dinner at the Blackwater Brewing Company located in Davis, W.Va., which is owned and operated by PSC Alumnus Lincoln Wilkins and his wife, Amanda.
Those in attendance spent the evening reminiscing, telling stories of their Potomac State days and catching up with what’s been going on in their lives, before Campus President Leonard Colelli presented the group with an update on the College.
“Alumni dinners are a wonderful way to stay connected and it’s always great to hear stories from their college days,” said Libby.
Anyone wanting to coordinate an alumni dinner in their area should contact Libby at 304-788-6870 or at 1-800-262-7332, ext. 6870 or at email@example.com.
Some of those in attendance included (left side-kneeling): Rebecca Wilkins ’76, serves as a Financial Aid Counselor at the College; Bill Knott ’64; Row two: Janet ’55 and Ed ’54 Egan; Anita Hardesty ’58; Carol Combs, Director of Housing and Dining Services at the College; Phyllis Knott ’64; Naomi Snider ’52; Row three: Lucas Taylor ’99, Director of Development at the College; Jeannette Ware ’71; and Conald Rogers.
Right side, left to right (kneeling): Lincoln Wilkins, Jr. Ph.D. ’86; Libby Kalbaugh, Alumni Associate at the College; Marvin “Bud” Parsons; Row two: Pat Hovis ’52; Dinah Courrier ’64, Faculty Emerita at the College; Jane Parsons ’57. Row three: Mark DelSignore, Trades Specialist with the College; Campus President Leonard Colelli, Ph.D.; James Courrier '63, D.D.S.