The John and Annie Glenn Museum Foundation is pleased to host their annual luncheon and program “Remarkable Women: Past, Present and Future” in honor of Annie Glenn’s 95th birthday. Three remarkable women will be honored. Karen Brown, the past honoree, taught Spanish at Ohio University for 28 years leading many to enjoy the Spanish language and culture through trips to Spain. She served for 22 years as the manager of the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra using her love of music to enrich Southeastern Ohio. Dr. Anne Steele, the present honoree, became president of Muskingum College on January 1, 2000 working to enhance the Muskingum University learning environment while working closely with the Board of Trustees and the Muskingum community to develop a far-reaching strategic plan for educational programs and facilities. She is currently leading the University to examine and define its academic mission while coordinating a plan to lead Muskingum University in unprecedented growth. And Danielle Crown, a Muskingum University student from Coshocton, will be honored as the future remarkable woman. Dani entered Muskingum University in the fall of 2011 as an early childhood education major. She has maintained a Dean’s list academic career and will graduate with honors in May of this year. Dani hopes to invest her life in making a significant difference in the world.
This luncheon and program will be held on February 28 at Caldwell Hall on the campus of Muskingum University. The cost is $20 per person with reserved tables available for $200. Seating is limited so please make your reservation soon by calling the John & Annie Glenn Museum Foundation office at 740-826-3305.