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E&H alumni participating in E&H in the City

E&H in the City

Nationwide with Locations from Maryland to California

Posted July 05, 2023

E&H in the City 2023 was successful because many alumni agreed to serve as coordinators. Thanks are in order to everyone who set up Facebook pages, reserved locations and served as charming hosts! You can see a link to photos from the big night, March 31, 2023, at www.ehc.edu/ehcity.

We’re already lining up volunteers for the event in 2024, so let us know if you’d like to get involved. Email the E&H Alumni Office at alumni@ehc.edu to get involved.

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