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Few seats remain for Potomac State College’s Alumni Achievement Dinner, Oct. 16

A few seats remain available to attend West Virginia University Potomac State College’s upcoming Alumni Achievement Dinner, scheduled during homecoming, Saturday, Oct. 16. Overall capacity is limited as a precautionary measure to allow for physical distancing. The dinner will be held in the Davis Conference Center starting with a social at 5 p.m., the dinner will start at 5:30 p.m. and the awards program will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Honorees this year include Kenneth Haines, Class of 1950, PSC professor emeritus of modern languages, to be awarded the Alumni Achievement award posthumously; A. Jay Root, Mineral County Health Department Administrator, will receive the Distinguished Service award; and Logan DelSignore, Class of 2012, a local realtor and entrepreneur will receive the Young Alumni Achievement award.  

The cost is $30 for adults and $15 for children 12 years old and under. Reservations can be made through Eventbrite at: go.wvu.edu/psc-homecoming. Seating will be limited to six individuals per table. If anyone experiences technical difficulties when making reservations, please email psc-alumni@mail.wvu.edu. Masks will be required when not seated at a table.

(Note: The safety of students, faculty, staff, and guests continues to be an important guiding factor. Plans could change should the threat of the COVID-19 delta variant increases in which case announcements and refunds would be made.)