Samford Schedules Alumni Events in Tennessee, Alabama
Posted by William Nunnelley on 2014-04-16
By Jimmy Lichtenwalter
The Samford University Office of Alumni Programs and Office of Parent Programs will hold several events for alumni and parents of Samford students during May. Each event will have a reception and program about how parents and alumni can be involved in Samford activities in their communities as well as on campus. Here are the May events:
Monday, May 5 - Knoxville, Tenn.
Location: The Orangery
5412 Homberg Drive
Knoxville, TN 37919
Reception (5:30 - 8pm, with brief program beginning at 6:30pm)
RSVP by April 30: alumni.samford.edu/knoxville2014
Tuesday, May 20 - Nashville, Tenn.
Location: Nashville City Club
201 Fourth Avenue
Nashville, TN 37219
Reception (6-9pm, with brief program beginning at 7pm)
RSVP by May 14: alumni.samford.edu/nashville2014
In addition, a Samford Young Alumni Spring Social is scheduled for Thursday, May 29, at Birmingham's Railroad Park. The Spring Social, to be held in the park's pavilion, is for Samford graduates of the past 10 years. Families and children are welcome to attend. Please register at http://alumni.samford.edu/picnic2014.
For information on upcoming events, please contact Molly McGuire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jimmy Lichtenwalter is a sophomore journalism and mass communication major and student writer in the Samford Office of Marketing and Communication.
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