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Learn more about these outstanding students on the Scholarship page.The Sacramento State Alumni Center was the sunny site of this year's annual spring awards luncheon and annual meeting, with 118 attending.If you would like to see the words (and perhaps sing it in the shower to the tune of "Cabaret"), you will find it here.

The second order of business was the presentation of five, $2,500 Renaissance Society Scholarships to CSUS students.

One of the recipients, Ivan Parker, entertained during the meal by playing classical guitar pieces.

The theme was Winter Wonderland and members were asked to wear a winter hat.

Many of them doffed cute, warm or Christmas headwear to celebrate the season.

Elected unanimously by those present were: The new slate takes effect on July 1 Then came the highlight of every spring luncheon: announcement of the new crop of Renaissance Scholarship recipients.

The number and amount have been increased this year to six students and ,000 each.

Participants also were asked, again, to bring canned or non-perishable food items for local charities. After the food, there was a drawing for several gifts.

And the Renaissance Singing For Fun seminar entertained with songs by Al Jolson, closing with the "Renaissance Recruitment Rag," words by seminar co-coordinator Marilyn Penland.

Some 169 members gathered in Ballroom III of the University Union for bountiful hors d'oeuvres (except for the stuffed mushrooms, which went fast! This drop-in affair, similar to a meet-and-greet event, allowed members to socialize and recall the high points of the concluding semester.

Musical entertainment was provided by the Renaissance's own Singing for Fun group.

Some 165 members donned their holiday sweaters and seasonal colors to gather at the Dante Club for the festive annual winter luncheon.

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