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Homecoming 2013

NOV. 1-2

“A MAN TRAVELS THE WORLD IN SEARCH OF WHAT HE NEEDS, AND RETURNS HOME TO FIND IT.” – GEORGE MOORE

#1 IN THE NATION FOR STUDY ABROAD


Welcome

Homecoming 2013

As the Kentucky weather cools and the many trees on campus turn to rich colors of gold, I delight in thinking of who will return home this November to join us for Homecoming Weekend. In the pages that follow, you will find a schedule full of activities to ensure you enjoy your time back on campus. This year promises to be a memorable one – we will honor distinguished alumni and outstanding athletes; reconnect with classmates and professors from our study abroad adventures; cheer on our Colonels; and revel in stellar musical performances throughout the weekend! Let us also remember that Homecoming at Centre is a special time to welcome back alumni who are celebrating their class reunions. When you arrive on campus, please be sure to stop by the Alumni House to check in, grab a quick bite, and pick up your 2013 Homecoming Weekend commemorative gift. As always, I look forward to seeing you,

Megan Haake Milby ’03 Director of Alumni Affairs 1


8:30am - 5:30pm

alumni reception Chenault Alumni House

9:00am - 4:00pm

Jia, mcnabb, Powell, Stenulson & Tapley: a Faculty Show AEGON Gallery, Jones Visual Arts Center

11:30am

reunion luncheon for the class of 1963 Beaumont Inn, Harrodsburg, KY

11:30am

reunion luncheons for classes of 1953 and 1958 Danville Country Club, Danville, KY

12:00 - 4:00pm

guided campus Tours

Friday

Chenault Alumni House (hourly)

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4:00 - 5:30pm

Faculty art reception Jones Visual Art Center

4:30pm

FACULTY ART RECEPTION

Susan Ball clark ’59 reference & Study area dedication Grace Doherty Library

centre associates reception Evans-Lively Room, Old Carnegie

6:30pm

Swimming & diving: alumni Swim meet & cookout Boles Natatorium

6:30pm

donor recognition dinner Cowan Dining Commons, Campus Center (For Colonels Club, Centre Associates, Heritage Society & Lifetime Giving Society Members) 3

Friday

5:30 - 6:30pm


8:30pm

Homecoming gala: Scotty mccreery

SCOTTY MCCREERY Friday

Newlin Hall, Norton Center for the Arts

Country music superstar Scotty McCreery has had a blindingly rapid rise to stardom since he became American Idol's youngest male winner at age 17, as well as the show’s first country male winner in 2011. The Garner, NC native quickly emerged as one of country music’s most successful new artists after his debut album topped the Billboard Top 200 and Top Country charts, earning him a spot in the Guinness World Records for being the youngest male in history to score a no.1 album on the all-genre chart with a debut release. The hot streak continued as Scotty went on to win New Artist of the Year at both the 2011 American Country Awards and the 2012 Academy of Country Music Awards. He also picked up the USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year for “The Trouble With girls” at the 2012 CMT Music Awards. McCreery was ranked No. 1 on Billboard’s list of Top New Country Artists in 2011 and also ranked No. 4 on Billboard’s list of “21 Under 21: Music’s Hottest Minors 2012,” for his second consecutive year.

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8:30am - 5:30pm

alumni reception Chenault House

9:00 - 10:00am

President’s reception for golden reunion classes Craik House (Classes 1963 and earlier)

9:00 - 10:30am

alumni Tennis reunion Tennis Courts • RSVP to Matt.Vonderbrink@centre.edu

Jia, mcnabb, Powell, Stenulson and Tapley: a Faculty Show AEGON Gallery, Jones Visual Arts Center

9:30am

Fall 5K run & Walk Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Theta Norton Center for the Arts Register online: CentreLinkOnline.com/fall5k2013 $20 registration fee • $25 day of race

FALL 5K RUN & WALK 9:30am - 12:00pm 10:30am

old centre - Self-guided Tours donald d. Buchanan ’83 memorial outdoor classroom dedication Outside Nevin Hall 5

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9:00am - 4:00pm


11:30am

alumni recognition ceremony Weisiger Theatre, Norton Center for the Arts

andrea ZaWacKi BeaTon ’01

JoHn m. STanTon ’89

ronald d. ray ’64

J. FranK yeager ’57

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location: Washington, D.C. occupation: Attending Physician, Children’s National Medical Center Asst. Professor of Pediatrics, George Washington University

location: Crestwood, Kentucky occupation: Managing Partner, Ronald D. Ray Attorneys at Law United States Marine Corps, Retired

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location: Edgewood, Kentucky occupation: Deputy Chief of Staff & District Director, Congressman Brad Wenstrup

location: Asheville, North Carolina occupation: Superintendent, Buncombe County Schools, Retired United States Secret Service, Retired

DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI


ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

location: Vergennes, Vermont • Sport: Football career Highlights: 1999 Region IV GTE Academic All-American; Three-time All-SCAC Team in 1997, 1998, 1999; Centre College Male Athlete of the Year

greg ely ’73

location: Corona del Mar, California • Sports: Baseball & Football career Highlights: 4-year letterman; All-Conference Baseball in 1970, 1971, 1973; All-Conference Football in 1969, 1971, 1972

roBerT daniel JoHnSon ’97

location: Murray, Kentucky • Sport: Baseball career Highlights: Record for career home runs; SCAC First Team in 1994, 1996, 1997; NCAA All-South Region Second Team in 1997

JacK HaddocK ’43 Posthumous Sports: Football, Basketball, Track, and Baseball career Highlights: Multi-sport standout; Letterman in football, basketball, track, and baseball; Captain of the football team

Joe marTin ’50

location: Danville, KY • Sport: Tennis career Highlights: Tennis standout; Two undefeated tennis seasons; Kentucky Tennis Champion; Team Captain in 1950 7

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cam demmerle ’00


12:00 - 4:00pm

guided campus Tours Chenault Alumni House (hourly)

12:30 - 1:30pm

math & Science reception Young Hall Lobby

1:00pm

Field Hockey: centre vs. Transylvania South Fields

1:00pm

Volleyball: centre vs. Brescia

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Alumni Gymnasium, Sutcliffe Hall 1:00pm

alumni luncheon Cowan Dining Commons, Campus Center

1:30pm

Booksigning with c. Thomas Hardin ’63 Campus Center Lobby

1:30 - 2:30pm

resident assistant reunion Student Life Office, Nevin Hall

2:30pm

Football: centre vs. Hendrix Joe McDaniel Field, Farris Stadium

3:00pm

Volleyball: centre vs. Berea Alumni Gymnasium, Sutcliffe Hall

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4:00 - 6:00pm

Study abroad reunion Evans-Lively Room, Old Carnegie

STUDY ABROAD REUNION 5:00 - 7:00pm

diversity Student union reception Sutcliffe Hall

Women’s Soccer: centre vs. Sewanee Hillside Field

6:00 - 9:00pm

reunion Parties

8:00pm

men’s Soccer: centre vs. Sewanee

See page 10 for party locations

Hillside Field

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5:30pm


claSS oF 1983 30th reunion Party hosted by Shawn ’81 & amy Hynden lyons

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1020 Lakeside Drive, Lancaster, KY • Saturday, 6:00pm

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claSS oF 1958 55th reunion Party hosted by Bill & Janelle dishman

claSS oF 1988 25th reunion Party Hosted by allen & margaret young levi

2480 Waterworks Road • Saturday, 5:00pm

319 N Maple Avenue • Saturday, 6:00pm

claSS oF 1963 50th reunion Party hosted at danville country club

claSS oF 1993 20th reunion Party hosted by anjum & Faezah Bux

1486 Lexington Avenue • Saturday, 6:00pm

1655 Lexington Road • Saturday, 6:00pm

claSS oF 1968 45th reunion Party hosted by Buck & Pam racke rogers

claSS oF 1998 15th reunion Party hosted by Jay & mary Quinn Kerbaugh ramer

35 Raleigh Court • Saturday, 6:00pm

V-The Market, 130 S Fourth Street • Saturday, 6:00pm

claSS oF 1973 40th reunion Party hosted by robert & mary Stith Hamlin

claSS oF 2003 10th reunion Party hosted by megan Haake milby

635 N Third Street • Saturday, 6:00pm

Goggans Hall, 908 Perryville Street • Saturday, 6:00pm

claSSeS oF 1978 35th reunion Party hosted by clarence Wyatt & lobie Stone ’70

claSS oF 2008 5th reunion Party hosted at The Warehouse

240 N Third Street • Saturday, 6:00pm

1st Floor, Combs Center • Saturday, 6:00pm

CLASS REUNION PARTIES


9:00pm

live @ chowan with The Wild Feathers* Located at the corner of Perryville & Harding Streets Sponsored by Student Activities Council & the Alumni Office

*Cash bar and FREE appetizers for the audience

LIVE @ CHOWAN WITH THE WILD FEATHERS

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Make your way to Chowan to sample music from Nashville-based band, The Wild Feathers! Rolling Stone says, “the five-piece band fuses the essentials of rock, country, folk and blues into an intriguing new approach.” If you travel the Kentucky music circuit, you may have seen them wowing music lovers at this year’s Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Ky. Check out their music at TheWildFeathers.com and make plans to join the party after your reunion!

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ADMISSION

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Centre South Fields

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WEST WALNUT STREET

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Benefactors Plaza C6H0 Centre Bookstore (located Downtown) Centre Garden Centre Seal Chowan/Multipurpose Building Columbarium Ex Astris (sculpture) The Flame (sculpture) Haven Gillespie Fountain Labyrinth Walk Lincoln Statue Newlin Hall Norton Center for the Arts Palace of Memory (sculpture) Presbyterian Church The Rip (sculpture)

POINTS OF INTEREST

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Festival Lawn

35 Cowan Dining Commons 36 Everyday Café 37 Hall of Fame Café

DINING

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NORTH FIFTH STREET

Acheson House, Caldwell House Bingham Hall Breckinridge Hall Breeze House Brockman Residential Commons Cheek House, Evans House Cooper House, Ganfield House Craik House (President’s Residence) Fifth Street Apartments Fox Hall Grant Street Apartments Greek Park Hillside Houses LaMotte House, Tyler House McReynolds Hall Nevin Hall (Residence Life Office) Overstreet House (Dean’s Residence) Pearl Hall Rodes Apartments Ruby Cheek House Stevenson House, Vinson House St. Mildred’s Court Guest Cottage Stone Guest Cottage Stuart Hall Walnut House Wiseman Hall Yerkes House

RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES

Thomas A. Spragen Memorial Three Graces Fountain Weisiger Theatre Donald D. Buchanan Outdoor Classroom

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32 Parsons Student Health Center 33 Walnut House (Public Safety) 34 Wiseman Hall (Diversity Education, Registrar)

Dean’s Office, President’s Office)

31 Old Centre (Admission Welcome Centre,

Global Citizenship, Evans-Lively Room)

Facilities Management Grounds Shop Horky House (Admission, Financial Aid) Laundry Facility McReynolds Hall (ITS) Old Carnegie (Career Services, Center for

Office, Multipurpose Space)

Boles Hall (Finance Office, Human Resources) Brown-Bonner House Campus Center (Student Life Office) Centre Post Office and Document Services Cheek Emeritus House Chenault Alumni House Combs Center/Warehouse (Communications

ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES

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Boles Natatorium (Johnson Pool) College Street Field Farris Stadium (Joe McDaniel Field) Gary Wright Field Hillside Field Multipurpose Athletic Field Outdoor Basketball Courts Russell Street Field Sand Volleyball Court Softball Field Sutcliffe Hall (Athletics, Buck Fitness Center,

ATHLETIC FACILITIES

Jones Visual Arts Center Olin Hall Young Hall

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600 West Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422 1.859.238.5200 www.centre.edu

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8:30am - 5:30pm 9:00am - 4:00pm 11:30am 11:30am 12:00 - 4:00pm 4:00 - 5:30pm

8:30am - 5:30pm 9:00 - 10:00am 9:00 - 10:30am 9:00am - 4:00pm 9:30am 9:30am - 12:00pm 10:30am 11:30am 12:00 - 4:00pm 12:30 - 1:30pm 1:00pm 1:00pm

Alumni Reception (23) Jia, McNabb, Powell, Stenulson & Tapley: A Faculty Show (3) Reunion Luncheon for 1963, Beaumont Inn Reunion Luncheons for 1953 & 1958, Danville Country Club Guided Campus Tours (Tour leaves every hour) (23) Faculty Art Reception (3)

Friday

4:30pm 5:30 - 6:30pm 6:30pm 6:30pm 8:30pm

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Alumni Reception (23) President’s Reception for Reunion Classes (1963 and earlier) (65) Alumni Tennis Reunion (17) Jia, McNabb, Powell, Stenulson & Tapley: A Faculty Show (3) Fall 5K Run & Walk Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Theta (51) Old Centre Open - Self-Guided Tours (31) Donald D. Buchanan ’83 Memorial Outdoor Classroom Dedication (73) Alumni Recognition Ceremony (57) Guided Campus Tours (Tour leaves every hour) (23) Math & Science Reception (5) Field Hockey: Centre vs. Transylvania (11) Volleyball: Centre vs. Brescia (16)

1:00pm 1:30 - 2:30pm 1:30 - 2:30pm 2:30pm 3:00pm 4:00 - 6:00pm 5:00 - 7:00pm 5:30pm 6:00 - 9:00pm 8:00pm 9:00 - 11:00pm

Susan Ball Clark ’59 Reference & Study Area Dedication (1) Centre Associates Reception (by invitation) (30) Swimming & Diving: Alumni Swim Meet & Cookout (6) Donor Recognition Dinner (by invitation) (20) Homecoming Gala: Scotty McCreery (50)

Alumni Luncheon (20) Our Standard Sure Booksigning with C. Thomas Hardin ’63 (20) Resident Assistant Reunion (73) Football: Centre vs. Hendrix (8) Volleyball: Centre vs. Berea (16) Study Abroad Reunion (30) Diversity Student Union Reception (16) Women’s Soccer: Centre vs. Sewanee (10) Reunion Parties Men’s Soccer: Centre vs. Sewanee (10) Live @ Chowan with The Wild Feathers (43)

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HOMECOMING R.S.V.P. reunion luncHeonS aT danVille counTry cluB

alumni recogniTion ceremony yes, i will attend.

diVerSiTy STudenT union recePTion yes, i will attend. Guest Name:

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alumni luncHeon ______ Adult ticket(s) @ $10 each* ______ Child ticket(s) @ $5 each (12 and under)

50TH reunion luncHeon aT BeaumonT inn

Guest Name(s):

(All reunion parties are free of charge.)

(No charge – maximum 2 reservations)

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(No charge – maximum 2 reservations)

class of 1953

class of 1958

Guest Name:

class of 1963

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Guest Name: ____________________________________________

PreSidenT’S recePTion For golden reunion claSSeS

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reunionS yes, i will attend the class of ____reunion Party. Guest Name: ____________________________________________

*There is no charge for the Alumni Luncheon for the Class of 1963 and all earlier classes (spouses included).

liVe @ cHoWan WiTH THe Wild FeaTHerS yes, i will attend.

STudy aBroad reunion yes, i will attend.

Guest Name:

Guest Name:

Guest Name:

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grand ToTal $___________________

(Classes of 1963 and earlier)

yes, i will attend.


RESERVATION FORM meTHod oF PaymenT Check (make payable to Centre College) MasterCard Visa American Express #_______________________________________Exp. Date____________

Address______________________________________________________ City_______________________________State________Zip___________ Phone________________________________________________________ E-mail Address_______________________________________________

Security Code ____________ Signature____________________________________________________ Name(s) and Class Year(s) ______________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

Please complete reservation form and return with payment to:

megan Haake milby

centre college, 600 W. Walnut Street danville, Ky 40422-1394 — or —

register online at centrelinkonline.com/hc2013 — or —

call toll-free at (877) 678-9822 or locally at (859) 238-5500.


CHENAULT ALUMNI HOUSE CENTRE COLLEGE

600 West Walnut Street Danville, Kentucky 40422

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Final homecoming 2013 brochure