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Homecoming 2008

October 4, 2008

Homecoming 2008 - Follow the Yellow Brick Road!Come back to campus and see what's happening! Temporary inconvenience; permanent improvement. Keep checking back often.

Follow the yellow brick road!

NOTE:  The Registration/Information area has been moved from Northwood Hall to the Tent  near Johnston Gym & the Student Center.

ACTIVITIES:

  • 5K race and 1 mile family fun walk - registration at 9 a.m. at the Studio Theatre, corner of 4th Avenue and 36th Street.  For additional information, see RELATED LINKS in the right column. 
    Geneva College 5K Race and Fun Walk
  • Admissions visits and tours (contact the Admissions Office for information)
  • Dedication and tours of the newly renovated Reeves Field at 2:30 p.m.  The first 200 visitors receive a special commemorative gift.
  • College Hill Festival featuring food, craft and game booths (for booth information contact Rima Warren)
  • Live entertainment including New Song, Stephanie Frachetti from WORD-FM, Trinity Jazztet, Hart to Heart, The Smooth Morning
  • Activities for children including The Munchin Children's Program (for children ages 5-12)
  • Academic department receptions in Old Main lawn tent (11:30 a.m.)
  • Dorm and club competition
  • Munchkin parade on the sidewalks of campus at 1 p.m.
  • Poetry reading in McCartney Library at 4 p.m.
  • Women's Tennis Match - Geneva vs. Bethany (1 p.m.)
  • Pre-game crowning of the Homecoming King & Queen; introduction of the court
  • Football game - Geneva vs. W & J at 7 p.m.  followed by a laser light show

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REUNIONS SCHEDULED

Class Reunions

1983 - 25th reunion
Reunion chair: 
Andrew Bernard 

Saturday, Oct. 4
9:30 a.m.
$8 per person

Sunday, Oct. 5     
1:00 p.m.
Cost: to be announced

Reunion Brunch:  Benedum Room - Alexander Hall
Football game:  Reserved section for class
Class picnic:  Chuck & Linda Jackson's Farm
(Details & map to be sent to class members.) 

1988 - 20th reunion
Reunion volunteer: 
John Cournan
Letha (Vlasnik) Chasey

Judy (Patton) Boggs 

Saturday, Oct. 4   
10:30 a.m. 
No charge.  Reservation required.
Reunion Reception: Presidents' Dining Room - Alexander Hall

1993 - 15th reunion
Reunion volunteer:
Jason Russo 
Ann (Zelesnak) Geisinger

Saturday, Oct. 4   
10:30 a.m.
No charge.  Reservation required.
Reunion Reception:  Presidents' Dining Room - Alexander Hall 
1998 - 10th reunion
Reunion volunteers: 
Amy (Lagios) Sullivan
Emily (Archer) Fisher
 
Saturday, Oct. 4   
1:30 p.m.
No charge.  Reservation required.
Reunion Reception:  Old Main Lawn Tent 
2003 - 5th reunion Saturday, Oct. 4    
1:30 p.m.
No charge.  Reservation required.
Reunion Reception:  Old Main Lawn Tent

Alumni Band
For more information and to register, click on the link to the right or contact Don Kephart.

1998 Football Team - 5:30 p.m.
Pre-game picnic:  no charge but reservations are required.  Reunion team member will receive a game ticket and field pass.  Guest tickets for game are $5 each.
Contact the Ben Becze for information or call 724-847-6880. 

If you'd like to serve on a reunion committee, please contact Bonnie Smith or  Ginny Caldwell, director of alumni relations, or call 724-847-6525.

 


 

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