Above: Former Kentucky Governor Brereton Jones and his wife Libby, left, hosted a "friendraiser" event for St. Catharine College at Woodburn Hall in Midway, Ky. on April 14. Also pictured are SCC President William D. Huston and his wife Linda, center, along with SCC supporters Len and Susan Spalding, right.
Historic Woodburn Hall in Midway, Kentucky was the setting for a St. Catharine College “friendraiser” held on Thursday, April 14. Nearly 100 friends and supporters of the College gathered at the event, hosted by Brereton and Elizabeth Jones, in order to learn more about St. Catharine College and the exciting developments happening on Campus. Entertainment was provided by the Harry Pickens Trio, renowned jazz artists.
“This event served as a wonderful opportunity for us to share information about St. Catharine College with others in Central Kentucky,” said Jenna Copple, Vice President for Advancement at SCC. “Having a four-year Catholic College in this area is a great asset for the citizens of this region. The fact that we will begin our Master’s Degree Programs in the Spring of 2012 opens up even more opportunities for both traditional and non-traditional students.”
William D. Huston, President of St. Catharine College, spoke briefly about the College’s growth and shared the Campus Master Plan, which includes renovation of the athletic fields, new dormitories, and the Emily W. Hundley Library and Center for Graduate Studies, slated for groundbreaking this fall.