Memories: Past, Present and Future is the theme for Plymouth State College Alumni Weekend 2003, June 20 and 21 on the PSC campus.
Alumni are invited to spend the night in Mary Lyon Hall June 20, and enjoy a reception and dinner in Prospect dining hall. Overnight guests will breakfast with President Wharton, before participating in a full day of events on Saturday.
The classes of 1943, ’48, ’53, ’58, ’63 and ’68 will hold special reunion activities.
A feature of this year’s Alumni Day schedule is the presentation of the Alumni Association Robert Frost Contemporary American Award, a biennial event. The 2003 recipient is Stacey W. Cole, a former USNH trustee and N.H. legislator who has written Nature Talks from Down on the Farm for the Manchester Union Leader newspaper for more than 40 years.
The schedule includes:
9 a.m. – noon Registration and hospitality, HUB foyer
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Karl Drerup Poster exhibition
Karl Drerup Art Gallery, Draper and Maynard Building
Unique tributes to gallery-namesake Karl Drerup by Plymouth State College students.
10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.Campus walking tour departs from HUB
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.Annual PSCAA Business/Board Meeting, HUB MPR
PSCAA board members will share their vision for the future of the Alumni Association.
11 a.m. – noon Reception with Robert Frost Award Recipient Cole, Heritage Commons.
noon – 2 p.m. Recognition Luncheon, HUB Courtroom
Pre-registration and payment ($22) required.
Includes presentation of Alumni Service Awards, induction of Ut Prosim Society Members, recognition of volunteers and presentation of the Robert Frost Contemporary American Award.
2 -– 3 p.m. Class and Decade photos, Mary Lyon Hall Steps
(rain location: HUB Fireplace Lounge).
Pre-registration for all events will help the Alumni Office plan for a successful weekend. Contact:Alumni@mail.plymouth.edu