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2011-12 Annual Fund Class Performance Awards

Posted September 27, 2012
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2011-12 Annual Fund Class Performance Awards

Each year classes that exhibit distinctive results in their generosity to Hamilton are awarded sterling silver performance cups by the Alumni Association and  lauded at the Fallcoming Recognition Dinner. This years winners are noted below:

 

The Brockway Cup. Established in memory of Louis N. Brockway ’17, the Brockway Cup is presented to the non-reunion class achieving the highest unrestricted and restricted dollar total. The Class of 1946 earned the cup this year, contributing $12,021,399.

 

The Connell Cup. Established in honor of Clancy D. Connell ’12, the Connell Cup is awarded to the class which has graduated within the last 10 years that records the highest percentage of participation in the Annual Fund. The cup goes to the Class of 2009, which recorded a 53.6 percent participation rate.

The Couper Cup. Established in honor of Edgar W. Couper ’20, the Couper Cup is awarded to the class that records the highest percentage of donors to the Annual Fund of any class with 10 or more active members. The Couper Cup will be shared this year by the Classes of 1944 and 1945, both achieving 88.9 percent participation.

 

The Daymont Cup. Established in honor of Peter B. Daymont ’26, whose class was the recipient of the Couper Cup for 13 consecutive years; the Daymont Cup is given in recognition of Peter’s devotion to Hamilton’s Annual Fund. This cup is awarded to the class that raises the most unrestricted gifts for the College. The Class of 1984 earned the cup this year, contributing $400,336.

 

The Kayle Cup. Established in honor of Milton P. Kayle ’43, Hamilton’s first chairman of planned giving, the Kayle Cup is awarded to the class that records the highest percentage increase of bequest intentions and planned gifts. This year’s recipient is the Class of 1981.

 

The Keehn Cup. Established in memory of Grant Keehn ’21, the Keehn Cup is awarded to the class that records the highest percentage of new donors to the Annual Fund of any class with 10 or more active members. With a 25 percent increase in new donors, the cup is presented this year to the 35th Reunion Class of 1977K.

 

The Musselman Cup. Established in memory of J.J. Musselman ’17, the Musselman Cup is presented to the reunion class achieving the highest dollar total. The cup is presented this year to the 30th Reunion Class of 1982 with a total of $279,491.

 

The Wenigmann Cup. Established in memory of Carl B. Wenigmann ’13, the Wenigmann Cup is awarded to the reunion class (from the 5th to the 45th reunion) that achieves the highest percentage of participation in the Annual Fund. This year, with a participation rate of 71.6 percent, the cup goes to the 45th Reunion Class of 1967.

 

The President’s Cup. This cup is awarded to the senior class attaining the highest percentage participation in a Senior Gift Campaign. The Class of 2007 retains the cup this year with its record participation of 97.6 percent.

 

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