CLSC Class of 2020


After a virtual celebration last summer, the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Class of 2020 finally got to have their Recognition Day live and in person this past Monday. According to their class president, Margo Stuart, the class chose the sunflower as their flower because it recognized the 100th anniversary of women achieving the right to vote. The yellow color represents strength and resilience, two things the class needed that year, though they didn’t know it when they picked it. Their class motto is “the past our legacy, the present our responsibility, the future our challenge,” which, according to Stuart, means that the class has “reflected on the list of (their) shared past, and held (them)selves accountable for the present, and embraced the risks and rewards of (their) future.”

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