Lincoln Clark Douglass Alumni

Mission Statement

To maintain contact among students and friends of Lincoln, Clark, and Douglass and other schools previously and presently existing in Evansville, Indiana.  Encourage high culture, intellectual and moral standards among its members.  To inspire such traits of character among the African American community members as well as spread such traits and character throughout the community at large.  Also support various charitable and educational purposes in the community.


Lincoln Clark Douglas Alumni History

In the fall of 1977 a group of loyal sons and daughters of Douglass and Lincoln gathered to plan a celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the opening of Lincoln School.  It was planned for the third weekend of August 1978.  The lion was not dead.  He was in hibernation, waiting for the chance to emerge.  Amid cheers, laughter, and tears he roared and the spirit and the tradition was alive again.  The Lincoln Clark Douglass Alumni Association was organized to keep the spirit alive.  We are mindful of our community responsibilities. 

 

We accomplish this through our:

  • Scholarship Programs
  • Donations to churches and various organizations in the community 
  • Active participation in the Evansville African American Museum
  • Donation of Christmas Baskets to Needy Families

 

Membership Information

Membership is open to former students, teachers, and friends of Lincoln Clark, or Douglass. You do not have to have attended any of the schools to be eligible for membership. The membership fee is $12.00 per year. Membership includes a subscription to the Alumni Newsletter and access to certain members-only affairs.

To join, fill out the membership application and send it along with a check or money order to the Lincoln-Clark Douglass Alumni Association, P.O. Box 385, Evansville, IN 47703.

 

Contact Us

Lincoln-Clark Douglass Alumni Association, P.O. Box 385, Evansville, IN 47703

 

Links

http://www.lincolnclarkdouglassaa.org/

https://www.facebook.com/lincolnclarkdouglass