Thursday, March 27, 2008

The Winchester Star

The Winchester Star: "Fitzsimmons promised to schedule the tea each year so that Wiggins may attend if she wants.

To Fitzsimmons, the scholarships will help educate generations of students, adding the quality of life for all.

'The student scholarships will live in perpetuity,' she said. 'The scholarship will still help in years to come as someone gets an education.'

Fitzsimmons said the students and the donors also can help SU’s future needs.

'What we do here is teach,' she said. 'You can teach philanthropy."

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