“Telling Oxford” Event
Late last fall, The University of Mississippi William Magee Center and College Recovery Community (CRC) held it’s annual “Telling Oxford” Event.
This annual fundraising evening has been organized by Erin Cromeans and her team for several years. It brings awareness to collegiate recovery and fundraising for the CRC’s scholarship program. This year’s event was held at the new South Campus Recreation Center’s Will Marsalis Atrium. The new dedicated space is located in the new recreation center in a wonderful new safe haven for the Ole Miss program.
“Telling Oxford” has a unique format of speeches, music, and stories – which makes for a very impactful fundraiser. This year’s music was provided by Grace Guggenheim, a former student at Belmont University, who is dedicated to the cause and touched everyone with her stories and songs. The other speeches and stories were told by students, faculty, and alumni who support the Ole Miss program.
Jeff McClusky, a parent advocate for CRC’s Nationwide, assisted with production and music – as his company, Jeff McClusky and Associates, does multiple times throughout the year at numerous colleges.
Erin Cromeans announced that next year’s program the inaugural Telling Mississippi will include the CRC’s at Mississippi State and University of Southern Mississippi. They are currently seeking other CRC programs in the state to join the cause. For further information, contact Erin Cromeans at firstname.lastname@example.org .”