Diane Andrews Legacy Scholarship Endowment

andrews2Turner and Campbell present their $3,000 check to Alumni Association National Board Chairman Dale Greene and President Scott Atwell.

Dear Club and Chapter Leaders,

Following the death of Diane Andrews two years ago, Seminole Club® leaders were approached about establishing an Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship to honor the wife of our legendary defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews. Since then, nearly 35 of our 80 clubs and chapters have made contributions to this effort, including $1,000 gifts from clubs in Miami, Charlotte, Atlanta, Broward, Tampa, Jacksonville, Triangle and Tallahassee.

Endowed scholarships require at least $25,000, and Pinellas Seminole Club® has extended a challenge to help us meet the goal. Led by former president Debbie Turner, a lifelong friend of Andrews, and club treasurer Jeff Campbell, Pinellas has provided a $3,000 contribution that brings to $19,463 the amount of gifts to the Diane Andrews Legacy Scholarship endowment.

Now the challenge is ON! Pinellas challenges all clubs and chapters—those who have given and those who have not—to reach the $25,000 threshold.

Game on.




Scott Atwell
President & CEO
Florida State University Alumni Association

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