2011 Homecoming Brochure
A complete listing of 2011 Homecoming activities.
g reenin c s l a i sed pec orks s to-be relea d W m a onDre mate of a so length ani lm! re fi full featu You deserve the â€œstar treatment!â€? Join us for all the close-ups and special features of Homecoming 2011. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2011 9am-4pm Homecoming Headquarters Information Center and T-shirt Pick Up – Nell Eckley Lounge, Memorial Center. 9am Annual Alumni Council Meeting with Alumni Association Executive Board –The Alumni Council is the primary governing body of the Alumni Association. As IWU alumni, you are a member of the Council and are invited to attend - Davidson Room, Memorial Center. h NEW LOCATION ! 11am 20th Annual Alumni and Friends Golf Outing – El Paso Golf Club, a short 15-minute drive from Bloomington. Visit elpasogolfclub.com to see more about our new location. Get your foursome together or the Alumni Office will pair you up for a 4-Person Scramble. Lunch is at 11am with a 12 noon Shotgun Start. In the event the course cancels the outing, we will have an alternative activity at the Golf Club Restaurant. The lunch and awarding of prizes will go on rain or shine. We cannot refund the cost of lunch or prizes. We will follow the refund policies of El Paso Golf Club for green fees and cart rental. h B ack to College Classes All classes will be held at The Ames Library, in Beckman Auditorium. 2-2:50pm Marjorie ‘Ocho’ Kouns`79, “I’ve Heard That Voice Before” – As the voice of animated characters on Dora the Explorer, she will share her inside knowledge of what it takes for a career in voiceover and how technology and social media have created a greater need for skilled voiceover talent. In addition, Marjorie’s beautiful “Shades of Shreveport” will light up the Quad Homecoming weekend. 3-3:50pm Robert M. Montgomery Distinguished Young Alumnus, Eric Snowden`00, Vice President of Direct to Fan Creative and Technology at Atlantic Records presents “ Connecting Fans with Bands” – Discover how Atlantic Records is using design and technology to create powerful fan experiences and is connecting fans and their favorite artists in new and exciting ways. 3pm Young Alumni Speed Networking – This networking opportunity is patterned after speed dating. Each of the participants gets three minutes with every other participant in their group: 1.5 minutes to talk; 1.5 minutes to listen. The goal is, by the end of the hour, to meet and develop business and social relationships with 19 other IWU alumni. RSVPs are essential - Davidson Room, Memorial Center. Council for IWU Women Meeting – Council for IWU Women members will meet to plan the 2012 summit and welcome new members – Turfler Room, Memorial Center. 3pm Student/Alumni Law Mentoring Session – Students interested in a career in law can meet alumni who are experienced in the field and willing to share their advice. Alumni interested in being a resource for this session should contact Robyn Walter of the Hart Career Center, 309556-3328 or email her at email@example.com. – Minor Myers, jr. Welcome Center Auditorium. 4-5:30pm President’s Reception – for reunion classes at the President’s House – 1201 N. Park St., Bloomington. 4-5:30pm Scifres Studio vocal performance rehearsal with accompanist – Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall 6-7:30pm Class of 1961 50th Reunion Kick-off – Cocktails and hors d’ oeuvres – Joslin Atrium, Memorial Center. 6-7:30pm Class of 1971 40th Reunion Kick-off – The Caboose, in`71 it was called “Barney’s Caboose”– 608 W. Seminary, Bloomington. THE 4th ANNUAL TITANIUM 5:30pm IWU’s Biggest and Best Pep Rally Ever Wilder Field – Wear your IWU 2011 Homecoming shirt and cheer on the Titans with students, family, friends, alums, football players and coaches, cheerleaders, dance team, Tommy the Titan, President Richard Wilson and Homecoming royalty. Following the coronation of the King and Queen, Bloomington Jr. High School’s Percussion Band will open for the internationally known Chicago Bulls STAMPEDE Drumline. The Stampede is comprised of professional drummers who are former members of championship drum corps, including the seven time World Champion Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps. They are known for energetic, trick-filled, “don’t try this at home” performances while playing very advanced and appealing music; everything from hip-hop to Latin, all while providing polished choreography and throwing down the craziest beats anyone has ever heard. It is their mission to interact with each and every fan to provide them with live music they can dance to and an overall experience they will never forget! An amazing fireworks display for Titans young and old to enjoy will conclude Titanium. fireworks 3pm TITANIUM continues with the 61st Annual Titan Games – After the fireworks, cheer on your favorites in the rope pull between Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Chi fraternities and the annual chariot race between Acacia, Sigma Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Theta Chi fraternities. The Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma Kappa sororities will compete in sorority relays. 7-10:30pm The School of Music Honors Professor Sammy Scifres who retired after a 44-year career at IWU – Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall 7pm Wine & Cheese Reception on the stage of Westbrook Auditorium. 8:30pm Stage will be cleared 9pm Performances by Scifres Studio alumni – Performers will be announced on www.titanpride.org. The celebration continues at the School of Music Reunion Dinner Saturday night. (See Reunion Dinners) Professor Sammy Scifres 8:30pm 2011 Distinguished Alumnus, Bill Damaschke`86, Chief Creative Officer of DreamWorks Animation, will host a special screening of a soon-to-be released full-length feature film. –Hansen Student Center, Center Court 9pm Class of 1986 25th Reunion Kick-off at Tommy’s, Hansen Student Center, lower level. 1996 Titan Undefeated Conference Champion Football Team 15- Year Reunion Friday: Saturday: 3-4:45pm 1996 team attends practice (optional) 9:30am Motivational session with 2011 team 5-5:30pm 1996 team addresses 2011 team 11:30am Alumni Awards Lunch team recognized 5:30-7pm Titanium Pep Rally – team recognized 1:30pm IWU vs. North Central College 7:30pm 3:30pm Post-game tailgating Social time at Rosie’s Pub, (upstairs) Downtown Bloomington SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2011 8-11:30am Homecoming Headquarters Information Center and T-shirt Pick Up – Any prepaid shirts not picked up by 11:30am will be mailed. Nell Eckley Lounge, the Memorial Center 8:45am Kids Fun Run – Ages 3 to 12 meet on the IWU track at Wilder Field, 400 block of Titan Drive. Includes shirt and goodie bag. 9am Captain Ryan A. Beaupre`95 Memorial Scholarship 5K Run/Walk - Starts on the IWU track at Wilder Field, 400 block of Titan Drive. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Captain Ryan A. Beaupré Memorial Scholarship Fund. This is the 9th anniversary of Ryan’s death. A United States Marine Corps Captain, he was a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter pilot, who gave the ultimate sacrifice in “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” 8:30-10:30am Free Pancake Breakfast - under the Green/White Tent on the Quad. Family Fun on the Quad 8:30-11:30am A fun event for kids from 2 to 102. Enjoy the Titan Pep Band, IWU Cheerleaders, Tommy the Titan, The Zoo Crew face painters, balloon artist, inflatables and more. Explore 161 years of IWU artifacts at the Mini Museum Tent and browse through past editions of The Wesleyana. Some past Wesleyana editions will be available for free. (See 10am for information on the Sheean Time Capsule.) 8:30am Class of 1971 Memorial Service – Evelyn Chapel 9-10am School of Music Alumni Reception – Continental Breakfast in the reception room of Presser Hall honoring Donna and Coyner Smith ’54 for their loyalty to the School of Music. 9-11am Illinois Wesleyan Traditions Tours (every half hour) – starting from the Homecoming Headquarters Information Center in the Nell Eckley Lounge, Memorial Center. 9-11am The Annual School of Nursing Distinguished Alumna Award – Alice J. Gruber ‘62, MBA, BSN, RN will be honored as the 2011 Distinguished Alumna for Excellence in Nursing. Alice is on the Board of Directors of Global Healing which maintains a Volunteer Pediatric Clinic on Roatan Island, Honduras. Her healthcare industry experience includes over thirty years in project management and information system implementation complimenting her expertise as a pediatric and research nurse. Alice will present a program immediately following the social. – CNS (Center for Natural Sciences) Commons Area 10am Sheean Library Time Capsule – Join IWU Archivist Meg Miner when she opens the Sheean Library time capsule. The capsule was sealed in the Library’s wall on October 14, 1967 and removed before demolition this summer. The contents will be available for examination in the Museum Tent on the Quad, where you will also be able to pickup your Sheean Library commemorative brick. Back to College Class- Saturday Sessions HH The Ames Library, Beckman Auditorium 8:30-9:20am Patrick McGrath Ph.D. `93, “Hoarding: Don’t Get Buried Alive” – Hoarding has been a problem for many years, even before television shows suddenly made it a curiosity among reality TV fans. Beyond the sensation of television, hoarding is a serious problem with many negative consequences. Dr. McGrath is a therapist on The Learning Channel’s series “Hoarding: Buried Alive” and he will talk about hoarding and the treatment of hoarding. Professor of the Year James House, “The Road to Writing” – Serendipity is a factor in some people becoming writers, but most get there by following a few basic principles. Getting started is the hard part. With some ideas and a plan, it may not be as difficult as you think. 9:30-10:20am 10:30-11:20am Distinguished Alumnus Bill Damaschke`86, CCO DreamWorks Animation, presents “Bringing Animation to Life” highlighting such films as Academy Award®-winning blockbuster “Shrek” in 2001, Academy Award-nominated “Shark Tale” nominated in 2004 and “How to Train Your Dragon” nominated in 2010, as well as bringing “Shrek the Musical” to Broadway. 10-11:30am The Biology Department Reception – Center for Natural Sciences, E101. 10am Alumni Co-Choir Reunion Rehearsal – directed by Professor Scott Ferguson – Evelyn Chapel. 10-11:30am Gulick Residence Hall Reunion and Reception – Calling all alumni who ever lived in Gulick. Join your former hall-mates for tours of the Gulick Residence Hall as it is today – Gulick Hall Lounge. 11:30am Alumni Awards Lunch – Join us for lunch as we honor our 2011 Alumni Award Winners: Distinguished Alumnus, Bill Damaschke`86, The Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumnus Eric Snowden`00 and Loyalty Award Winner Deon Hornsby`97 – Shirk Center, Performance Gym. 12:30pm Sigma Pi Alumni Reunion – Grassy area next to the Chapter House, 1101 N. East Street. 1pm Class of 1986 Tailgate – Shirk Center Parking Lot. 1-2pm Spirit Street – Join current Titans as they begin celebrating the upcoming football victory. Reconnect with old friends and network with students as you enjoy the fun and festivities of Spirit Street! – Located on Titan Drive, between Wilder Field and the Shirk Center. 1:30pm Football Game, IWU vs. North Central College – At 1:15pm, all Alumni football players including the 1996 Undefeated Conference Champion Team, please assemble at the east end of the stadium and form a tunnel to cheer the Titans onto our new FieldTurf playing field – Wilder Field. 4pm School of Theatre Arts Cocktail Reception – Meet and greet Faculty and current School Director, Curtis Trout – McPherson Stage. 2-4pm School of Art Reception in the Galleries – All IWU alumni are invited to see the new entrance to Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art Building. Visit with faculty, enjoy light refreshments and view the Faculty Biennial; recent works by the School of Art faculty in the Merwin and Wakeley Galleries. Extended gallery hours for Homecoming Weekend: Saturday & Sunday 11-5pm. 3:30pm 1996 Titan Undefeated Conference Champion Football Team Post-Game Tailgating 4pm Men’s Soccer Game – IWU vs. Augustana, Neis Field. 4:30-6pm Psychology Department 50th Anniversary Reception honoring Professor Jim Dougan 1958-2011 – Please join the Psychology Department for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, honoring the life and career of Professor James Dougan and displays chronicling the Department’s 50-year history on IWU’s campus – CNS Commons Area. 4:30pm Minority Alumni Networking 15th Anniversary –“Where the Past Meets the Present”– Mentor/Mentee roundtable and refreshments for students and alumni – The Ames Library, Bates-Merwin Reading Room. 4:30pm Class of 2011 - Your FIRST Reunion – Meet up with your fellow classmates at Tommy’s after the game. Enjoy light appetizers as you catch up on your first few months of life as IWU alumni and make plans for the rest of your evening. Your homework: in 500 words or less, “Does a burrito taste as good at 2 a.m. when you’re no longer an undergrad?” 6:30pm Women’s Soccer Game – IWU vs. Augustana – Neis Field. 8pm Young Alumni Walk – Head to downtown Bloomington to meet other Young Alumni - start at Elroy’s, 9pm walk to Fat Jacks, 10pm continue to Mulligan’s and at 11pm finish the walk at alumni-owned Drifters. Class Reunions — Off Campus 5-7pm Class of 1991, 20-Year Class Reunion – A. Renée Wine Café, 306 N. Center St., Downtown Bloomington. 8pm Class of 2006, 5-Year Class Reunion – Fat Jack’s, 511 N. Main St., Downtown Bloomington. 8pm Class of 2001, 10-Year Class Reunion– Fat Jack’s, 511 N. Main St., Downtown Bloomington. 8pm Class of 1996, 15-Year Class Reunion – Fat Jack’s, 511 N. Main St., Downtown Bloomington. 6pm Class of 1961, 50-Year Class Reunion Golden Titan Club Class Reunion– Class Years through 1960 Bloomington Country Club – 605 Towanda Ave., Bloomington Social hour at 6pm – dinner served at 7pm Class Reunions — On Campus Hansen Student Center – Center Court 6pm 7pm 8-11pm Class of 1986, 25-Year Class Reunion Cocktail Reception Buffet Dinner Socializing and dancing to music of the ’80s Memorial Center 6pm Cocktail Reception in Joslin Atrium with music by the IWU Jazz combo. 7pm Reunion Dinners: Class of 1971, 40-Year Reunion Decade Dinners - Decades of the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s & ’90s Class Reunions – All classes 1962 thru 2000 are invited. For special milestone reunions check the listings above. School of Music Reunion Dinner – Honoring the 44-year career of Professor Sammy Scifres. Check in at the Registration Table just inside the Young Main Lounge for specific room assignments for your Reunion Dinner. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2011 10am 10am All Campus Service – Evelyn Chapel Co-Choir Reunion Performance – directed by Professor Scott Ferguson during the Sunday Service – Evelyn Chapel ALL WEEKEND “Shades of Shreveport” – Marjorie ‘Ocho’ Kouns `79 – is a well-known artist living in New York City and in Shreveport, LA, as an Artist-in-Residence. Her artistic goals following her graduation from IWU have directed her to public art. “Shades of Shreveport’” will light up the Quad during Homecoming weekend. Marjorie is also a well-known voiceover artist who has recently recorded five new animation character voices on the “Dora the Explorer’” TV series. Her Sarah Palin sound-alike voice is now an official “Throttlenecks Doll.” Register for her Back to College Class on Friday afternoon. The Ames Library will feature special historical exhibits during regular Library hours: Friday 7:45am-10pm • Saturday 9:30am-10pm • Sunday 10am to 4pm Merwin-Wakeley Galleries – Extended hours for Homecoming are Saturday & Sunday 11am- 5pm featuring the “Faculty Biennial Exhibit”, recent works by the School of Art faculty. HOTEL & TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION The following is a list of area hotels for you to consider when making your Homecoming plans. Room rates will vary. When making reservations, please inform hotel staff that you would like to stay in the Illinois Wesleyan block of rooms. Make your reservations directly to the hotel by the dates below to receive IWU special rates: B-N Marriott Hotel (Thursday, October 7, 2011) The Chateau (Thursday, October 14, 2011) Country Inn & Suites(by Airport) (Thursday, October 14, 2011) Doubletree Hotel (Thursday, October 14, 2011) Eastland Suites (Thursday, October 14, 2011) Hampton Inn & Suites (Thursday, October 14, 2011) Holiday Inn & Suites (by Airport) (Thursday, October 14, 2011) *Shuttle service based upon availability. 309 862-9000* 309 662-2020* 309 662-3100* 309 664-6446* 309 662-0000* 309 452-8900* 309 662-4700* Log onto www.titanpride.org for the most complete and up-to-date information about Homecoming 2011. Call the Homecoming Hotline 309-556-3863 for cancellations and/or weather-related information. ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS Distinguished Alumni Award Bill Damaschke ’86, Chief Creative Officer for DreamWorks Animation Bill is responsible for leading the creative and artistic direction of the studio. His responsibilities include overseeing the creative production and development processes for all of the studio’s feature projects, including shaping the creative teams behind each project. During his tenure at DreamWorks Animation, Bill has been integrally involved in overseeing each of the Company’s animated releases from the Academy Award® winning blockbuster “Shrek” in 2001, through the Academy Award®-nominated “How to Train Your Dragon” in 2010 and all the films which have come in between. Bill is central to the Company’s 2011 feature film releases “Kung Fu Panda 2” and “Puss in Boots”. Bill also oversees all live theatrical production at the DreamWorks Animation, including the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award-winning “Shrek The Musical.” Bill joined DreamWorks in 1995 and has since served as a producer and executive producer on a number of the studio’s feature films before being named Head of Creative Production in 1999, Head of Creative Production and Development in 2005 and Co-President of Production for Feature Animation, President of Live Theatricals in 2007 and Chief Creative Officer in 2011. A native of Chicago, Bill graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a BFA in Music and Theatre. He began his career in animation working on the hit feature film “Pocahontas.” Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumnus Award Eric Snowden ’00, Vice President of Direct to Fan Creative and Technology at Atlantic Records Eric received a BFA in art and was one of four artists in his class to receive exhibition honors upon graduation. He is now the Vice President of Direct to Fan Creative and Technology at Atlantic Records. Eric oversees all design, development and project management for the Digital department. He currently manages a team of designers, production artists, developers, project managers and interns responsible for designing and building websites, online advertising, widgets, mobile apps, online and desktop applications for Atlantic Records and its artists. Additionally he creates new products within the label and manages their progress to market. In addition to working for Atlantic, Eric also teaches workshops and BFA classes in photography, digital imaging, and web design. He teaches Web Design and Advanced Photoshop at Parsons School of Design, and has taught digital imaging workshops at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado. Before joining Atlantic Records, Eric worked as the Creative Lead and Senior Designer for Warner Music Group (WMG) in New York where he managed a creative team. During his tenure at WMG he worked on projects for major labels including Atlantic Records, Bad Boy, East West, Rhino Records and Warner Brothers Records as well as internal Warner Music Group teams. Loyalty Award Deon Hornsby ’97 While at IWU, Deon was an Executive Board member of the Black Student Union for two years, as well as a three-year letter winner in football (member of the undefeated 1996 team) and a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. In 1999, he became an Executive Board member of the Minority Alumni Network, where he was Co-Chair for six years. He raised the group’s profile as a result of his hard work and universally infectious personality. Deon was also an Executive Board Member of the IWU Alumni Association for 10 years, where he volunteered for numerous committees. He stays in contact with a wide variety of alumni and IWU faculty/staff. He continues to be a role model and mentor to Titan football players and students on campus participating annually at the minority mentoring session for students at Homecoming and in the annual Multi Racial, African, Latino, Asian and Native American (MALANA) orientation for first-year students and their parents. Deon is currently a Regional Underwriting Manager for the Private Client Group of Chartis Insurance in Schaumburg, Ill. , where he lives with his wife, Mona (Williams) Hornsby ’00. Registration Form • Registration deadline Friday, September 24. Registration Options: w Register and pay online at www.titanpride.org/homecoming11 w Toll-free telephone reservations accepted at 1-888-498-2586 w Complete the registration form and mail with proper payment FRIDAY 11am Alumni Golf Outing at El Paso Golf Club No. of Reservations (Includes green fees, cart rental, lunch, two drink tickets and prizes.) _______ X $75 Amount Enclosed $________ Foursome: 2)_____________________________ 3)______________________________ 4)_____________________________ q Pair me with anyone The lunch and awarding of prizes will go on rain or shine. We cannot refund the cost of brunch or prizes. Back to College Class 2-2:50 pm No. Attending Marjorie ‘Ocho’ Kouns `79 – “I’ve Heard That Voice Before” 3-3:50 pm Eric Snowden`00 – “Connecting Fans to Bands” 3pm Young Alumni Speed Networking Session _______ _______ _______ _______ 4-5:30pm School of Music Vocal Performance Practice Voice part_____ Selection ____________ Composer ____________________ 4-5:30pm President’s Reception 6-7:30pm Class of 1961 50-Year Reunion Kick-off 6-7:30pm Class of 1971 40-Year Reunion Kick-off 7pm School of Music honors Professor Sammy Scifres Reception Followed by 9pm Vocal Concert by returning Alumni 7:30pm 1996 Football Team Reunion Social at Rosie’s 9pm Class of 1986 25-Year Reunion Kick-off at Tommy’s _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ Saturday 8:45am Kids Fun Run T-shirt size: 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ 18-20____ (Please list all Fun Runners’ names & sizes separately. Attach a separate sheet of paper if necessary.) Amount Enclosed Name______________________________ Age____ Gender _____ _______ X $6 $_______ Name______________________________ Age____ Gender _____ _______ X $6 $_______ First Last First Last 9am Captain Ryan A. Beaupré ’95 Memorial Scholarship 5K Run/Walk T-Shirt Size: S____ M____ L____ XL____ 2XL____ (Long sleeve moisture wicking shirt—not guaranteed at late walk-up registration.) (Please list all runners’ names & sizes separately. Attach a separate sheet of paper if necessary.) No. of Runners Amount Enclosed Name______________________________ Age____ Gender _____ _______ X 20 (no shirt) $_______ First Last First Last Name______________________________ Age____ Gender _____ _______ X 30 (w/shirt) $_______ 9-10am School of Music Alumni Reception 9-11am School of Nursing Social & Award Program Back to College Class – Saturday Sessions 8:30-9:20am Patrick McGrath,Ph.D.`93, therapist from “Hoarding: Burried Alive” 9:30-10:20am Professor of the Year, James House, Ph.D. 10:30-11:20am Distinguished Alumni Bill Damaschke`86, CCO, DreamWorks Animation 10am Alumni Co-Choir Reunion Rehearsal Voice part: S1 S2 A1 A2 T1 T2 B1 B2 ____ Attending spouse’s voice part: S1 S2 A1 A2 T1 T2 B1 B2 ____ 10-11:3Oam Biology Department Reception No. of Reservations _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ 11:30am 2-4pm 4pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30-6pm Alumni Awards Lunch School of Art Reception School of Theatre Arts Cocktail Reception Your First Reunion Minority Alumni Network Mentoring Session Psychology Wine & Cheese Reception OFF-CAMPUS CLASS REUNIONS 5-7pm 20-Year, Class of 1991 Reunion, A. Renee’ Wine Café (Includes 1 drink & appetizers) 8pm 5-Year, Class of 2006 Reunion, Fat Jack’s (Includes 2 drinks & snacks) 8pm 10-Year, Class of 2001 Reunion, Fat Jack’s (Includes 2 drinks & snacks) 8pm 15-Year, Class of 1996 Reunion, Fat Jack’s (Includes 2 drinks & snacks) _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ No. of Reservations Amount Enclosed _______X $10 $______ _______X $10 $______ _______X $10 $______ _______X $10 $______ OFF-CAMPUS REUNION DINNERS 6pm 50-Year Reunion Dinner – Class of 1961, Bloomington County Club No. of Alumni Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______ NO CHARGE (Alum is guest of the Alumni Relations Office) No. of Guests Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______X $35 $______ Golden Titans Club Reunion Dinner – All classes through 1960 No. of Alumni Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______ NO CHARGE (Alum is guest of the Alumni Relations Office) 6pm No. of Guests Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______X $35 $______ ON-CAMPUS REUNION DINNERS 6pm Class of 1986 – 25-Year Reunion Dinner _______X $35 $______ 6pm 6pm 6pm Class of 1971 – 40-Year Reunion Dinner _______X $35 Decade Dinners, Classes from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s & 90’s _______X $35 School of Music Reunion Dinner Honoring Prof. Sammy Scifres _______X $35 $______ $______ $______ Homecoming shirts Order your 2011 Lights, Camera, Action commemorative Homecoming shirts. OCTOBER 21-23 Indicate the number of shirts in each size needed. Shirts will be at the Homecoming Information Center in the Nell Eckley Lounge on Friday/Saturday during information hours. Shirts not picked up by 11:30am on Saturday will be mailed. SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS: Adult: # Shirts ____ X $ 6.00 Total $_______ Children: # Shirts ______ X $ 6.00 Total $_______ SM____ M____ L____ XL____2X____3X_____ 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ 18-20_____ LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRTS: Adult: # Shirts ____ X $ 8.00 Total $_______ Children: # Shirts ______ X $ 8.00 Total $_______ SM____ M____ L____ XL____2X____3X_____ 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ 18-20_____ CREW NECK SWEAT SHIRTS: Adult: # Shirts ____ X $ 10.00 Total $_______ Children: # Shirts ______ X $ 10.00 Total $_______ SM____ M____ L____ XL____2X____3X_____ 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ 18-20_____ We cannot guarantee the availability of styles and/or sizes unless they are pre-paid and the order is received by the September 24 deadline. If paying by mail: Please submit this form with your check or credit card information and mail to: Alumni Relations Office, P.O. Box 2900, Bloomington, IL, 61702-2900. Be sure to allow enough time for your registration to be received by the Friday, September 24 deadline. NAME________________________________________________________ CLASS_______________ GUEST____________________________________________________________________________ Relationship (Attach a separate sheet for additional guestâ€™s names.) ADDRESS__________________________________________________________________________ Street ________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip Phone (____) _____________ Email _______________________ Daytime Phone (____) _____________ Card Type: __________________ Account Number: ____________________________ Exp. Date: ________ (Visa, Master, Amex, Discover) Signature: ________________________________________ TOTAL to be placed on card $_______________ (Signature required for credit card use.) CHECK #__________ AMOUNT $_______________ if paying by check. Please do not send cash through the mail. 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