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Winter-Spring 2015-2016

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FREEDOM AWARD TO BE PRESENTED TO DAVID MCCULLOUGH T he USCHS Board of Trustees will present David McCullough with the Freedom Award. McCullough has been widely acclaimed as a "master of the art of narrative history." USCHS members at the Cornerstone ($100) level or higher will receive an invitation to a recep- tion on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 in National Stat- uary Hall of the U.S. Capitol where McCullough will receive this prestigious award. Watch your mailbox and email for an invitation. Space will be limited to the first who accept the invitation. Not a USCHS member? Join or renew now! For questions or additional information, please contact Bee Barnett by email or by phone at (202) 543-8919 x 20. Leadership Council ($25,000 and above) Altria Group, Inc. Amway Bank of America e Boeing Company Express Scripts Grant ornton LLP PepsiCo, Inc. Time Warner UPS Constitution Signers ($15,000-$24,999) Association for Advanced Life Underwriting Beer Institute PricewaterhouseCoopers Norfolk Southern Corporation United Technologies Corporation Constantino Brumidi Society ($10,000-$14,999) AbbVie Allergan American Society of Civil Engineers Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Business Roundtable Comcast NBCUniversal CSX Corporation Equipment Leasing and Finance Association Phillips 66 Salt River Project Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association Southern Company Services, Inc. Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Founder Members ($5,000-$9,999) Airports Council International – North America EMD Serono, Inc. Federal Policy Group General Electric General Mills, Inc. Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc. Texas Instruments Incorporated e Society deeply appreciates all the Capitol Committee members for their continued involvement and support of its educational mission. For more information about the many terrific benefits available to you as a Capitol Committee member, please contact: Marilyn Green, Director, Corporate Giving at (202) 543-8919 x21 or, or Victoria Wolfe, Manager, Development & Outreach, at (202) 543-8919 x23 or Capitol Committee Updates USCHS thanks those who renewed, upgraded, or joined the Capitol Committee (October 2015 – December 2015). CALENDAR OF UPCOMING CAPITAL COMMITTEE EVENTS ANNUAL TRUSTEE BREAKFAST Date and speaker to be announced For Leadership Council members. CHIEF OF STAFF EVENT Date and speaker to be announced For Constitution Signers members and above. CONGRESSIONAL BREAKFAST Date and speaker to be announced For Constantino Brumidi Society members and above. LEAVING A LEGACY By including USCHS in your bequests, you can instill and foster informed citizenship for generations to come. If you are considering a bequest to USCHS, here is some suggested wording for your attorney: Aer fulfilling all other specific provisions, I give, devise, bequeath _____% of the remainder [or $_____] to the United States Capitol Historical Society, a District of Columbia charitable corporation [Tax ID #52-0796820] currently having offices at 200 Maryland Ave., NE, Washington, DC 20002. For more information please contact Laura McCulty Stepp, VP, Membership and Development at 202-643-8919 x22.

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