Classroom Named  for Class of ’64

Classroom Named for Class of ’64

Two class of ’64 reunion committee members, Deacon Jerry Franzen and Elaine Kohlhepp pictured with the newly installed classroom plaque.

Two class of ’64 reunion committee members, Deacon Jerry Franzen and Elaine Kohlhepp pictured with the newly installed classroom plaque.

The Class of 1964 enjoyed their 50th reunion festivities during Homecoming Weekend on October 17 and 18, 2014. As part of their 50th Graduation Anniversary, the class held a year-long challenge to collect contributions in order to leave a “thank you gift” to the College. Almost 30 percent of the class responded with a contribution and the funds collected were sufficient to permanently name a classroom honoring the Class of 1964.  This gift of appreciation, while continuing to “give back” for the outstanding education they received 50 years ago, will serve as a very visible and constant reminder to current students of the ongoing support from alumni.

 

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