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Baylor Black Alumni Club Sponsors Scholarship Dinner

This event has been postponed until a later date! Please check back later for further information!

On Tuesday, April 26, the Baylor Black Alumni Club will sponsor the thirteenth annual Dr. Vivienne Malone-Mayes Scholarship Dinner and Fund-raiser. The Vivienne Malone-Mayes Scholarship was established in 1989 to assist dedicated students who struggle with the financial burden associated with the pursuit of higher education at Baylor University.

The Scholarship Dinner will be held at the Dallas Petroleum Club from 7-9 p.m. and includes a live auction hosted by licensed auctioneer Dr. Bennie Lambert ’83, MA ’90. Guest speakers for the event include Baylor men’s and women’s basketball coaches Scott Drew and Kim Mulkey. The dinner is open to the public and RSVPs are needed by April 19. The cost per person is $35, and a table of eight may be purchased for $250.

To place an order by credit card, please contact the Baylor Alumni Association at 1-888-710-1859. To place an order by check, please mail to One Bear Place #97170, Waco, Texas 76798. For additional information, please e-mail the Baylor Black Alumni Club president Marie Brown.

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