Academic and Social Opportunities at WMCP
The Alumni Association organized directories and registers, regularly published alumni newsletters and scientific papers, and recognized the successes and impact of W/MCP graduates by giving out Alumnae/i Achievement Awards.
Dr. Mary Martin Sloop (WMC 1906) receiving the Alumni Achievement Award in recognition of her devoted service for more than forty years to the Mountain Children of North Carolina, 1951.
Register of the W/MCP Alumnae Association is frequently used by Legacy Center researchers, published 1970.
The Alumni Association organized class reunions, homecomings, and celebratory events, bringing together generations of W/MCP students and graduates.
Class of 1987 at Freshman Welcome in 1983, sponsored by the Alumni Association
Alumnae Banquet, 1953
White Pines Summer Camp
Being a member of the Alumnae/i Association comes with its perks! Between 1950 and 1960, alumni were eligible to rent a summer camp on Long Lake, Maine. Dr. Sara Ware, WMC 1890, gave ownership to the Alumnae Association to use at their discretion. For a decade, alumni were able to rent the entirety of White Pines Camp for $200 per month, $60 per week, or $3 per night per individual.
This photograph from the Alumni Newsletter is the only surviving image of White Pines Summer Camp, around 1954.
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