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Washington Academy of Sciences Annual Awards Banquet

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Ceresville Mansion

8529 Liberty Road

Frederick, MD 21701

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Annual awards dinner to recognize the achievements of scientists, engineers and educators in the Washington DC metro area.

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Please come and invite your friends to the Academy’s annual event when we recognize the achievements of many local scientists, engineers, and educators and introduce our incoming Officers.

Cost = $70.00

1. Pay online here (online fee included in price) or

2. Guests who wish to pay at the door will be welcome. At the door, payment will be accepted by credit card, cash or check.

Preregistration is not required but those persons who know they will attend can help us plan by notifying the VP of Administration by phone or email prior to August 1: admin@washacadsci.org or phone: 202-326-8975.

(Cash Bar, Black tie is optional.)

We understand that many of you were looking forward to the awards banquet in May, but this date change is our response to the pandemic, which WAS continues to monitor to ensure the health and safety of our annual meeting/banquet participants. We hope to meet on September 9 for an amazing evening. At this stage, we don’t anticipate any change in plans, however if we are forced to postpone further, we will provide updates via email with details on the website (www.washacadsci.org) so please check back periodically.

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8529 Liberty Road

Frederick, MD 21701

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Since 1898, the Washington Academy of Sciences has served as the affiliation of Washington D.C. area scientific societies. The formation of the Academy culminated a decade of planning under the leadership of the Philosophical Society of Washington. The founders included Alexander Graham Bell and Samuel Langley, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. The purpose of the new Academy was to encourage the advancement of science and “to conduct, endow, or assist investigation in any department of science.” That purpose guided the Academy throughout its first 100 years and will continue to be our guide through the current century.

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