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Sesquicentennial Reception in D. C.

On Tuesday, April 10, 2001 the Greater D.C. Seminole Club gathered at our nation's capitol to celebrate FSU's 150th anniversary. Alumni, friends, future students and parents gathered to hear remarks by President Sandy D'Alemberte. He spoke on the significance of this time in the university's history and emphasized the rich history and traditions it holds. Generations of alumni came together to share stories, meet with future Seminoles, and speak one-to-one with the FSU President.

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President D'Alemberte and Captain Lynn Hutton speak during the reception.   (From left to right) Captain Lynn Hutton with Mrs. Pat Holder and Vice Admiral Gordon Holder.   (From left to right) Former Student Government Association Vice President Virginia Dailey, former Student Government President John Dailey, and former Student Alumni Association President Jo Powers.   FSU President Sandy D'Alemberte spoke to alumni, future student s and friends on the significance of FSU's 150th anniversary celebration.

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