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Scotland/Ireland Alumni Trip

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Dr. James H. Sterrett

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Ginny Caldwell

For several years now, the Alumni Relations Office at Geneva College has been building a travel program in response to our alumni and friends.  Several years ago, we broadened that program to include international travel.  The Reformation Tour, hosted by president emeritus, Dr. John H. White, took us to historic reformation locations in Germany, Switzerland, and France. 

The scheduled trip to Scotland and Ireland in June 2007 will highlight our Covenanter roots.  Hosted by Dr. James H. Sterrett, beloved history professor emeritus, we’ll be seeing parts of Scotland and Ireland that go unnoticed by other touring groups.  Dr. Sterrett’s extensive travel in Ireland makes him the perfect guide.  I’ll be along too assisting Dr. Sterrett and our step-on guides. 

Won’t you join us on this 11-day tour of Scotland and Ireland?  The tour is scheduled for June 11 to June 21.  We are limiting our number to 25 travelers so please respond ASAP. 

Want to read more?
Click here to open up a brochure in pdf form about the trip.

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If you have any questions, please contact Ginny Caldwell at 
caldwell@geneva.edu or 724-847-6525.

 


 

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