Guests have roaring good time at TLC for FLC

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Guests have roaring good time at TLC for FLC

Members of the cast of “Trojan Women in Love” present a dance number to entertain attendees at TLC for FLC, a fundraiser for scholarships and faculty grants for Fort Lewis College.
Kimmy Laumann, left, the recipient of multiple scholarships, performed at TLC for FLC to help raise money for scholarships for the students coming behind her. She is seen her with her proud grandparents and FLC retirees Reginald and Beverly Graham, in front of the Nash car, which normally has pride of position at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum.
The crew that helped mount TLC for FLC 2016 takes a quick break to pose with the Nash car before hopping into it to put on a luxe event for more than 110 guests.
Retiring Professor Emeritus Ron Estler and his wife, Jenn Wagnon, take advantage of the Nash automobile to pose in their 1920s finery at TLC for FLC, which had a speakeasy theme this year.
Fort Lewis College Provost Barbara Morris had the benefit of authentic 1920s garb, including a hat and jewelry, inherited from a great aunt for TLC for FLC’s speakeasy theme.

Guests have roaring good time at TLC for FLC

Members of the cast of “Trojan Women in Love” present a dance number to entertain attendees at TLC for FLC, a fundraiser for scholarships and faculty grants for Fort Lewis College.
Kimmy Laumann, left, the recipient of multiple scholarships, performed at TLC for FLC to help raise money for scholarships for the students coming behind her. She is seen her with her proud grandparents and FLC retirees Reginald and Beverly Graham, in front of the Nash car, which normally has pride of position at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum.
The crew that helped mount TLC for FLC 2016 takes a quick break to pose with the Nash car before hopping into it to put on a luxe event for more than 110 guests.
Retiring Professor Emeritus Ron Estler and his wife, Jenn Wagnon, take advantage of the Nash automobile to pose in their 1920s finery at TLC for FLC, which had a speakeasy theme this year.
Fort Lewis College Provost Barbara Morris had the benefit of authentic 1920s garb, including a hat and jewelry, inherited from a great aunt for TLC for FLC’s speakeasy theme.
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