2014 Lycoming College Spring Magazine - page II

Boardof Trustees
Peter R. Lynn ’69
StanleyW. Sloter ’80
D.MarkFultz ’80
AnnS. Pepperman, Esquire
Assistant Secretary
LindaPorr Sweeney ’78
Assistant Secretary
LawrenceS.Allison Jr. ’96
Dr. BrendaP.Alston-Mills ’66
JohnR. Biggar ’66
MelvinH. Campbell Jr. ’70
JayW. ClevelandSr.
JayW. Cleveland Jr. ’88
Dr.WilliamE. Evans ’72
DonaldE. Failor ’68
DavidE. Freet ’68
DavidD. Gathman ’69
Daniel R. Hawbaker
DonaldW. Hughes ’72
Dr. LynnD. Kramer ’72
DaleN. Krapf ’67
Daniel R. Langdon ’73
Dr. RobertG. Little ’63
Carolyn-KayLundy ’63
NanciD.Morris ’78
DavidL. Schoch ’73
JamesG. Scott ’70
HughH. Sides ’60
CherylD. Spencer ’70
Dr. Kent C. Trachte
JohnS. Trogner Jr. ’68
MarshallD.Welch III
DianeDaltoWoosnam ’73
Dr. DennisG.Youshaw ’61
Hon.MarieWhiteBell ’58
Dr. Robert L. Bender ’59
RichardW. DeWald ’61
Dr. DanielG. Fultz ’57, ‘01H
Nancy J. Gieniec ’59
Dr.ArthurA. Haberberger ’59, ’11H
HaroldD. Hershberger Jr. ’51
BishopNeil L. Irons ’12H
Rev. Dr. KenrickR. Khan ’57
DavidB. Lee ’61
D. StephenMartz ’64
Dr. Robert L. Shangraw ’58, ’04H
Dr. HaroldH. Shreckengast Jr. ’50, ’00H
Hon. ClintonW. Smith ’55
CharlesD. Springman ’59
KentTrachte, Ph.D.
JeffBennett ’94
VicePresident forFinance andAdministration
ChipEdmonds ’98
VicePresident forCollegeAdvancement
DanielMiller, Ed.D.
VicePresident for Student Life
James Spencer
VicePresident of Admissions andFinancial Aid
PhilipSprunger, Ph.D.
Provost andDean of theCollege
The following individuals, plus the sixSenior
Officers, comprise theSeniorStaff:
Director ofHumanResources andRiskManagement
AssociateDean andChief InformationOfficer
Director of CollegeRelations
Themission of LycomingCollege is to provide adistinguished baccalaureate education
in the liberal arts and scienceswithin a coeducational, supportive, residential setting.
Saturday, June14
Sea IsleCity,NJ
LycoDown theShore
LaCosta, 4000LandisAve.
Whether you’re spending the summer “Down theShore” or just the day, drop by for dinner and
drinkswithLycoming alumni and friends!
5 to 7p.m.
$5perperson fordinner, cashbar
RSVPby June 6
Friday, June20
Erie, PA
ErieSeaWolves . JerryUht Park, 110E. 10
Find theLYCO crew inErie at theSeaWolves baseball game! Enjoy an all-you-care-to-eat buffet,
two draft beers per person and aSeaWolves cap.
6p.m. • $10perperson
RSVPby June 10
Saturday, July12
TeamTimeOut . CamdenYards, 333W. CamdenSt.
Watch theOrioles take on theYankeeswithLYCO alumni and friends!
2:35p.m., BBQ in theDesignatedHittersLounge
4:05p.m., PlayBall
RSVPby June 26
Wednesday, July16
Bethlehem, PA
“Meet theTrachtesReception”
HostedbyMike ’71andAnnette (Weaver) ’72Schweder
Mike andAnnetteSchweder invite you to their home tomeet PresidentKent andDr. Sharon
Trachte. Learn about the vision for the college over hors d’oeuvres and drinkswhileminglingwith
alumni and friends in theBethlehem area.
6 to 8:30p.m.
Friday, July25
Williamsport, PA
CrosscuttersGame . HistoricBowmanField, 1700W. FourthSt.
TheCuttersCove is ready for LYCO guests! Enjoy a delicious picnic catered by theCountryStore
and then remain on the deck towatch as theCrosscutters take onMahoningValley!
5:35p.m., DoorsOpen
7:05p.m. PlayBall! • $25perperson
RSVPby July 11
Saturday, July26
Elysburg, PA
LycomingDayat KnoebelsAmusement Resort
Plan to spend the day atKnoebels, “America’sLargest Free-AdmissionAmusement Resort!”
Makeyourway toPavilionV tovisitwith alumni and friendswherewewill enjoy adelicious picnic.
2p.m., Picnic, PavilionV
$9perperson forpicnic
RSVPby July 12
Discounted ride tickets are available by calling the alumni office ($16 cost for $20 ticket books)
Thursday, July31
CamdenRiversharksGame . Campbell’s Field, 401N. DelawareAve.
Hostedby Jack ’63andBarbaraTarditi
Make yourway to theSkylineSuite for dinner, conversation, networking and a spectacular
vantage point for great baseballwatching! As a bonus, the deck on the suite has themost terrific
view of theBenFranklinBridge at night!
6p.m.,Gates andSuiteOpen
7p.m., PlayBall
RSVPby July 20
Saturday, August 23
Harrisburg, PA
HarrisburgSenatorsGame . MetroBankPark, 245ChampionshipWay
The 3
BaseBoardwalkwillwelcome alumni and friends for an all-you-care-to-eat buffet and
great baseball as theSenators take on theTrentonThunder.
4:30p.m.,GatesOpen andPicnicBegins
6p.m., PlayBall
$23peradult (13+ years of age)
$13per child (age 4-12)
RSVPbyAug. 8
Formore information, visitwww.lycoming.edu/alumni or call (570) 321-4134.
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