Page 45 - 2012 Lycoming Summer Magazine

9
to 11 a.m. • Archives Open House
The Archives, Snowden Library
9:30
a.m. • Class of 1962: 50th Reunion Campus Tour
Drum Admissions House
10
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. • Campus Tours
Drum Admissions House • Tours depart from the admissions house at 10 a.m.,
10:30
a.m. and 11 a.m.
10
a.m. to Noon • Career Services Open House
Career Services, Wertz Student Center, 3
rd
Floor • Searching for a job? Considering
a career change? Need help revamping your resume? Stop by the Career Services
Office to get advice and discover all of the resources available to alumni.
10:30
to 11:30 a.m. • #Accounting Reception
Accounting Lab, Room C-206, Academic Center • Professors Lauri Kremer ’88,
Eldon Kuhns ’70 and Dick Wienecke ’66 invite you to meet the newest member of
the accounting faculty, Heather Demshock. Light refreshments will be available.
Walk-ins welcome
10:30
a.m. to 12:15 p.m. • *Alumni Brunch and Awards Presentation
Jane Schultz Room, Wertz Student Center
Lauren L. Lawson-Zilai ’99 Taunia Oechslin Young Alumnus Award
Dr. John E. Marthinsen ’70
Outstanding Achievement Award
Gary R. Spies ’72
Dale V. Bower Service Award
Charles D. Springman ’59 Angela R. Kyte Outstanding Alumnus Award
$16 per person
11
a.m. to 1 p.m. • Dining Hall Open
Dining Hall, Wertz Student Center • $5.95 per person; cash only
11
a.m. and 3 p.m. • Volleyball Tri-Match: Lycoming
vs. Moravian and Marymount (Va.)
Lamade Gym
Noon • Dedication of the Frank Girardi Bust
Shangraw Athletic Complex • Stop by the field to help us honor
Frank Girardi, Lycoming’s legendary football coach.
Noon • Men’s Soccer Game: Lycoming vs. Arcadia
Shangraw Athletic Complex
9
to 10 a.m. Photo Op in the Rising Sun Armchair
The Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB) is sponsoring a unique fund-
raiser. You (and your family) can have your photo taken with President Douthat in
the Rising Sun Armchair.
Appointments Available:
9, 9:15, 9:30, 9:45
a.m.
Cost:
$25 includes the 5x7 photo in a Lycoming College silver frame. Extra
photos $5 each. Funds raised will benefit the work of the AAEB and its
scholarship fund.
To make your appointment, call at 570.321.4134
The Rising Sun Armchair was handmade and donated by Gene Landon ’57. It is
one of two replicas he fashioned of the 18th century Rising Sun Armchair used
by George Washington during the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Dr. John
Templeton Jr. commissioned Landon to handcraft an exact replica to be displayed
permanently in the Constitution Center in Philadelphia. The original chair and one
replica are in Philadelphia on display and cannot be touched. However, Templeton
gave Landon permission to create a second exact replica for Lycoming which you
have the opportunity to sit in during Homecoming 2012!
*
Advance registration required #Advance registration appreciated