Alumni welcomed to President’s House during Christmas event

Posted on 19 December 2012 by

Jeanne Morelock greets Tusculum College President Nancy B. Moody, from left, Greene County Partnership President Tom Ferguson and his wife, Terry; and Tusculum Mayor John Foster and his wife, Joann.

A number of alumni, community members and Tusculum faculty and staff enjoyed the beautiful decorations, delicious hors d’oeuvres and stimulating conversation during the Holiday Open House at the President’s House on December 12.

Hosted by the College, the Greene County Partnership and the Cityof Tusculum, the event was a success as many alunmni and friends of the College stopped by. Tusculum faculty and staff also enjoyed the festive gathering.

Decorations throughout the house were by Flowers by Tammy, a Greeneville florist which also provided beautiful decorations for the commencement ceremony the following weekend. The delicious hors d’ouevres were by Sodexo, the College’s Food Service.

Tusculum students volunteered at the event to help transport visitors to the President's House as well as greet visitors, which provided opportunities to talk to a variety of business people and community leaders. Jordan Ottinger, right, above, had the opportunity to talk to John M. Jones, Jr., editor of the Greeneville Sun.

To see more photos from the Holiday Open House, please visit Tusculum’s Facebook page.

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