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Spring 1999- Vol. 3. No. 3

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The current
Truman State University Foundation Board of Directors includes:

Walker W. Allen
Columbia, Mo.

Steve Barger
Braselton, Ga.

Doris Bohon
Kirksville, Mo.

John W. Briscoe
New London, Mo.

Charles M. Foudree
Lee's Summit, Mo.

Victor Kaylarian
Johnston, Iowa

Larry A. Lunsford
Overland Park, Kan.

Ruth Mach
Clayton, Mo.

Jack Magruder
Kirksville, Mo.

Sandra Reavey
McLean, Va.

Steve Rose
Potomac, Md.

Donald Scriven
DeKalb, Ill.

 

 

KTVO sponsors Scholarship
John Shine, manager of KTVO/ABC 3 Television, in Kirksville, Mo., presented President Magruder with a check for $1,000, and Shine has pledged to assist students at Truman for the next three years. For each year of KTVO's commitment, two students will be selected to receive scholarships in the amount of $500. The KTVO Annual Scholarships will be awarded to deserving students from northeast Missouri or southeast Iowa, who are entering their junior or senior year at Truman and who have demonstrated an interest in business and communications. KTVO is sponsoring the KTVO Annual Scholarship.

Photo: Shown above, John Shine (right), manager of KTVO/Channel 3 Television, with President Jack Magruder.


$100,000 Gift From Hearst
A $100,000 grant from The Hearst Foundation, Inc. to the Truman State University Foundation will fund a proposal by the University to create an endowed scholarship fund to provide financial assistance to qualifying Truman students. The William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund will provide scholarship support for low-income and/or first-generation college students. Named for publisher and philanthropist William Randolph Hearst, The Hearst Foundation, Inc. funds programs in education, health, human services, and culture. The Hearst Foundation focuses on institutions that provide access and educational opportunities to underrepresented, low-income, and minority populations.


Sponsorship of Lyceum Series Event
Truman State University has received major support from the Truman Bookstore, an operation of Barnes &; Noble College Stores Inc., for the University's 1998-99 Kohlenberg Lyceum Series. The Truman Bookstore will be sponsoring the Captain Jim Lovell's presentation, "Apollo 13: A Successful Failure," as part of the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series on April 10. Lovell, a legendary hero of American space travel, was the commander of the ill-fated Apollo 13 mission in 1970. Additional support will be provided by the Truman State University Foundation.

Corporate support of the Series allows the University to continue its tradition of bringing outstanding events to the Truman campus for the enrichment of students, as well as the surrounding community. Through its support of the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series, the Truman Bookstore becomes a corporate member of the John R. Kirk Society.

Photo: President Jack Magruder shown with Brian Beatty (left), manager of the Truman Bookstore. Beatty announced sponsorship by the Truman Bookstore, an operation of Barnes & Noble College Stores Inc., for the Captain Jim Lovell Lyceum presentation.


Westlake Ace Hardware Sponsors Scholarship
Through a gift to the Truman State University Foundation, Westlake Ace Hardware is sponsoring an annual scholarship at Truman beginning in the 1999-2000 academic year. Westlake's made a four-year commitment to provide $1,000 per year to support a student at Truman. Robie Elliot, manager of Westlake Ace Hardware in Kirksville, Mo. presented President Jack Magruder with a $1,000 check for the first year of support. This year, more than 260 Truman students are receiving scholarship support through the Truman State University Foundation. Westlake's was founded more than 90 years ago in Huntsville, Mo. and Westlake Ace Hardware has become one of the largest hardware retailers in the country. Westlake currently owns more than 60 hometown hardware stores in eight states, with 24 stores in Missouri.

Photo: Robie Elliot (right), manager of the Kirksville Westlake Ace Hardware, presented President Jack Magruder with a check for an annual scholarship to the Truman State University Foundation.