Morgan State University Alumni Association's Harford County Chapter held a meet and greet in Havre de Grace recently where the featured guest was the university's new president, David T. Wilson.
Held at La Banque De Fleuve on May 29, the event was hosted by Morgan alumni County Executive David Craig and Bruce and Theresa Lewis of Total Urgent Care.
Leaders of the local chapter and the national association are both hoping to increase enrollment and donations among the extensive network of Morgan alumni in Harford and Cecil counties, and having the opportunity to hear from and meet the new president certainly enhanced that effort, organizers said.
Wilson gave a speech in which he talked about the university's future direction for the next decade and beyond.
Harford chapter leaders say they were proud to be able to present the university president with a decoy, a symbol of Havre de Grace and Harford County.
Membership in the Harford County Chapter of the Morgan State University National Alumni Association is open to all alumni and friends of the university.
Dues are $25 annually and meetings are the first Thursday of each month at St. James AME Church, 617 Green St. in Havre de Grace.
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