2014 Legacy Celebration Banquet

Start Time/Date: 6:30 PM Wednesday, March 26, 2014
End Time/Date: 9:00 PM Wednesday, March 26, 2014
ADDRESS: Cunningham Center for Leadership Development
3100 Gentian Blvd
CITY: Columbus, GA 31907

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Columbus State University’s 
Office of Diversity Programs and Services Presents: 
The 2014 Legacy Celebration Banquet

The 2014 Columbus State University Legacy Celebration Banquet, sponsored by The Office of Diversity Programs and Services, will highlight and recognize students of Columbus State University for their academic achievement and valuable contributions. This event celebrates the legacies of our CSU students, noting that their devotion and honorable service is a true testament of their commitment to Columbus State University. Award recognitions will include: Women's Leadership, Servant Leadership, Outstanding Student with Disability, Lavender Alliance Community, Faith-based and Humanitarian, John Townsend Achievement Award, and the recipients of the CSU Goizueta Foundation Scholarship and Kiongozi Award for Outstanding International Leadership.

We are pleased to announce this year’s keynote speaker is Marlee Matlin. Born in Illinois in 1965, Marlee Martin lost her hearing at a young age but nonetheless pursued an acting career and became highly successful, winning an Academy Award in 1986 for her role in Children of a Lesser God. She went on to star in a number of other film and television movies. Her perseverance is an inspiration to many.

Event Information:

2014 Legacy Celebration

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Reception 6:30pm

Dinner 7:00pm

Cunningham Conference Center

Registration Information:

CSU Student $20.00

Table of 8 $120.00

Non-CSU Student $45.00

Table of 8 $275.00

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