Sisters Remembered with Scholarship Endowment
By Emily Parker
Sisters Martha Browning Dicus, ’71, and Mary Woodley (Woody) Dicus, ’74, loved Meredith College, the friendships they made, and the education they received. Friends say they were leaders and beloved by their classmates. Rhett Dunaway, Martha’s partner, and Billy Dicus, their brother, have recently endowed the Dicus Sisters’ Scholarship in their memories to honor and celebrate their lives.
Teaching Dance is a Family Affair
By Emily Parker
The three Stephens sisters’ dream of owning their own dance studio in their hometown of Sanford, N.C., finally happened in 2021. Their mother, Mary Lynne Normann Stephens, ’90, said, ”When they were little, they would pretend they had a dance studio and put on a recital at any family get-together. As they grew older, they would always talk about starting their own studio. The stars finally aligned!”
Gifts to Meredith College make a difference to the entire Meredith community and keep our students going strong!
Visit meredith.edu/support to learn ways you can support Meredith. Make a gift that addresses the College’s greatest needs, select a more specific way to make an immediate impact on the College, make a long-term, endowed gift, or a gift through your will or trust.
Also learn how you can volunteer and what future events you may be interested in attending. Connect with other alumnae and students through the Meredith Mentors program. Visit meredith.edu/support to stay connected and reach out to an Institutional Advancement staff member to assist you if you have questions.
To make a gift, visit community.meredith.edu/supportmc.
Ashley Elise Riggs was a true champion on the soccer field and in the community. Meredith College is celebrating and honoring her legacy by raising funds for the Ashley Riggs Project. Funds will provide youth summer camp scholarships, women’s leadership, and character development training, and improve women’s athletics at Meredith College.
More than 130 years ago, Meredith College opened with just over 200 women. Today, we’re a nationally-ranked community of thousands going far and going strong – together.