[October 5, 2022 | MENA, Ark.] Officers of the 40-Year Club presented UARM Chancellor Dr. Phillip Wilson with a $6,000 donation toward their scholarship fund with the college’s foundation. The money was raised during the group’s reunion event held Memorial Day Weekend this year. The Club is comprised of Mena High School alumni who graduated 40 plus years ago.
L-R: Secretary Nancy Wright, President Linda Rowe, Treasurer Kathy Adams, and Chancellor Wilson. Not pictured are Sue Babel, registrar; and Molly Lindsey, IT support.
The next reunion will be held on Mena’s Homecoming weekend in 2024 when the group will welcome members from the MHS Classes of 1983 & 1984.
Multiple scholarships from the endowed scholarship provided by the 40-Year Club are awarded annually to students attending UARM. “The enduring legacy that these graduates are leaving through these scholarships will benefit generations,” said Chancellor Wilson.
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