Old Main ornaments benefit scholarship funds

Old Main ornamentBring a part of the university home this holiday season with the purchase of an Old Main ornament, and support student scholarships at the same time.

The Flagstaff branch of the American Association of University Women is holding its annual ornament fundraiser. All profits from ornament sales benefit Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College scholarship funds.

The ornaments, which come with a gift box and card detailing the history of the building, sell for $20 each with discounts for bulk orders. A limited number of Old Main ornaments are available this year. Also available are ornaments in the likeness of Flagstaff’s Lowell Observatory.

For information, contact Andrea Houchard at (928) 523-7153 or Andrea.Houchard@nau.edu.

Old Main ornaments benefit scholarship funds

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Add a touch of NAU to your holidays and help a student at the same time.

The Flagstaff branch of the American Association of University Women is selling Old Main ornaments with all proceeds going to Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College scholarship funds.

The ornaments, which come with a gift box and card explaining the history of the building, sell for $20 each with discounts for bulk orders. Some Riordan Mansion ornaments also are available.

The ornaments are available by contacting Jacqueline Vaughn at (928) 522-8804, (928) 523-8224 orJacqueline.Vaughn@nau.edu; or Pamela Stinson-Tattersall at (928) 523-6540 or Pam.Stinson-Tattersall@nau.edu.

They also are available at the Edward Jones office at 9 N. Elden St.

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