Join the Hulon Willis Association for a HWA Meets Holiday Reception at historic Holly Knoll. Enjoy the company of alumni and friends as we celebrate the season and continue to commemorate both HWA's 25th Anniversary and the 50th Anniversary of African Americans in Residence at William & Mary. This event will feature remarks from Dr. Stephanie Blackmon, Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the William & Mary School of Education and leader of their 50th commemoration efforts. We hope you'll join us at Holly Knoll!
This event costs $20 to attend. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be served.
Business casual attire, please | RSVP by December 5, 2017
Holly Knoll, home to The Gloucester Institute's Moton Center, is a historic manor home that overlooks the York River in Gloucester County, Virginia. It was the retirement home of Dr. Robert Moton, who succeeded Booker T. Washington as principal of Tuskegee Institute. Holly Knoll has since continued to be a seat of social change in the black community, having been where the United Negro College Fund was conceived, and where Dr. Martin Luther King is said to have drafted portions of his "I Have a Dream" speech.