Hamline News

May 18, 2011

Awards from the Wesley Center

Awards from the Wesley Center

On May 6, the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service, and Social Justice celebrated the programs, awards, and recognized leaders of the past academic year. Inspiring speakers included JoAnn Cook, elder at First Street United Methodist Church, New Orleans, and Marjorie Abrams, principal of the Hancock-Hamline University Collaborative Magnet School. Award recipients included: The Advocate for Change Award--April Palo '11 and Elizabeth Johnson '14; The Alison M. Durfey Scholarship--Katie Rawls '14 and Charley Langowski '14; The Samuel Louis Parish Award--April Palo '11; and The Volunteer of the Year Award--Leigha Avery '14.