GSC’s Alumni Weekend Slated; Graduates to be Honored Announced
Tue Apr 2, 2019
Alumni Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 2, 2019

For More Information
Glenville State College
Public Relations Department
(304) 462-4115

GLENVILLE, WV – Alumni and friends of Glenville State College are invited back to campus for Alumni Weekend on Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27.

Several activities are planned for the weekend, culminating with the popular evening alumni awards banquet. Alumni banquet attendees may gather in the third floor pre-function area of the Mollohan Campus Community Center from 4:00-5:00 p.m. for a social hour prior to dinner in the ballroom. Activities earlier in the day will allow everyone to socialize, reminisce, and re-establish contact with fellow Pioneers. 

The Alumni Center will open at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday and will provide an opportunity for socializing. Returning alumni may take part in tours of campus that will be offered throughout the day.

The evening’s banquet spotlight will be on the Alumni Association’s guests of honor: Alumnus of the Year Kenneth Kuhl ‘82; Alumni Achievement Award recipient Terry Williams ‘74; Community Achievement Award honoree Woodrow “Woody” Wilson ‘76; Alumni Service Award recipient Debra “Debbie” (Reed) Nagy; Outstanding Teacher Award recipients Timothy James ‘79 and Amy (Riddle) Chapman ‘08; Alumni Chapter Award recipient Patricia (Walcutt) Lydon ‘68; Outstanding Young Alumna Tiffani Huffman ‘14; and Outstanding Young Alumnus Jacob Lilly ‘08. Special recognition will be made to Andy Marchal for his service to the United States Military. In memoriam tributes will also take place at the banquet for Cathy (White) Snuffer ‘86, Janet (Hall) Gainer ‘62, Virginia (Hart) Yeager ‘75, Paul McKown ‘59, Stanley Pickens ‘60, and Oliver Hunt ‘55.

Banquet/Social Hour tickets are $25.00 each and for planning purposes, reservations are required. Call (304) 462-6116 or e-mail at Conner.Ferguson@glenville.edu for more information on the events and to make your banquet reservations.
 

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