Asbury Welcomes All Alums to Reunion 2017

Check out this Reunion-themed snowflake created by alum Les Barker ’80

Asbury University alumni of all class years are invited to Reunion 2017: Together! (June 22-25)

Asbury University alumni of all class years are invited to Reunion 2017: Together! (June 22-25)

WILMORE, Ky. — It’s only been a year since the Ransomed Class of 2016 graduated from Asbury University, but this summer, a group of Asbury’s newest alumni will return to Wilmore during Reunion 2017: Together!

At Reunion, the Ransomed Class will join hundreds of alumni from all class years, catching up with friends and former faculty members, worshipping in Hughes Auditorium and networking with alums from across the U.S. and around the world. No matter what year you graduated, it’s your year at Reunion 2017: Together!

“If you’re an Asbury alum, every year is your Reunion year!” said Lisa Falin ’90 Harper, director of Alumni Relations at Asbury. “We treasure class gatherings, but Reunion is also an outstanding way to make new friends from classes that span the decades. Only at Reunion can you meet our newest alumni, network with last decade’s alumni, learn from alumni celebrating their 50th reunion and worship with the entire Asbury family in Hughes Auditorium.”

At Reunion, alumni will worship in Chapel — led by alumni Terry Faris ’67, Lisa Friedman ’77 Ausley and Captain Andy Miller III ’02 — catch up with classmates and former faculty members over coffee, enjoy campus tours, celebrate “A” Award recipients, make music during the Old-Fashioned Hymn Sing and much more. You can introduce your family to campus, as well — with a full range of programming for kids and teenagers, Reunion offers something for everyone. Learn more about the Reunion Youth Program.

Other special Reunion events will include a Women’s Choir reunion (open to all female alumnae who sang in a collegiate vocal ensemble), a reunion for current and former members of the Alumni Board and class events for “banner-year classes” (years ending in 2 or 7).

“Reunion is a great opportunity for alumni of all class years because it brings everyone back ‘home,’” said Ransomed Class President Paula Diaz ’16 Willison, president of the Ransomed Class of 2016. “Asbury was a really important part of my life and transition into adulthood. Professors, staff and administration helped shape me in so many ways, and Reunion is a great way to reconnect with them and with members from our class. It's also a time to stop and look back at all the Lord did in our lives during our years at Asbury — years that I would repeat if I could.”

 

To learn more about Reunion 2017 and to register, visit: asbury.edu/Reunion.

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