Friday, October 1, 2004
University Presents 2nd Annual
Legacy Awards Gala Friday, October 22, 2004
The program at Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin
Plaza will honor four notables.
Lincoln University of the Pennsylvania System of Higher Education
Founded in 1854 as America's First Historically Black University
2nd Annual Lincoln Legacy Awards Gala
Friday, October 22, 2004 TIME: 6 p.m. -- 11 p.m.
WHERE: Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza, Wyndham
17th and Race Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
DETAILS: A highlight of the program will include Lincoln
University honoring four individuals for their distinguished careers
and achievements. They are:
Ms. Renee Amoore, founder and president of The Amoore
Group, Inc., a conglomerate consisting of four thriving entities.
Amoore has earned a reputation as a successful entrepreneur, healthcare
advocate, and political advisor.
Dr. Frank (Tick) Coleman, Emeritus Trustee and 1935 alumnus
of Lincoln, who served for many leaders in leadership roles at
the University including as Special Assistant to the President
for Alumni Giving and as Alumni Relations Director.
Rev. Canon Thomas W.S. Logan, Sr., 1935 Lincoln graduate,
Rector Emeritus, Calvary Church in Philadelphia, devoted over
60 years of dedicated ministry to the Episcopal Diocese and served
much of his time on commissions and various community groups.
Dr. Marvin Wachman, Honorary Chancellor of Temple University,
once served as the president of both Lincoln University and Temple
University. A nationally acclaimed educator, Dr. Wachman will
soon publish his biography The Education of a University President.
Over 500 guests -- including dignitaries and Lincoln alumni --
are expected to attend the gala. Tickets for the formal affair
are $250.00 per person. For tickets, contact Lincoln's Office
of Special Events and Community Relations at 610-932-1235. For
more information about the University, visit Lincoln's Web site
Located in southern Chester County, PA Lincoln University combines
the best elements of a liberal arts and sciences-based undergraduate
core curriculum and selected graduate programs to meet the needs
of students living in a highly technological and global society.