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Campbellsville U Homecoming starts today. Fri 27 Oct 2017 Schedule

Homecoming Theme: "Honoring the Past, Preparing for the Future."
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From Campbellsville University Alumni and Office of Communications

The 2017 Campbellsville University Homecoming starts today, Friday, October 27, 2017, with a Class of '67 reunion and luncheon at 10amCT/11amET. A birthday and three anniversaries are among the many events being celebrated today and tomorrow, Saturday, October 28, with the theme of "Honoring the Past, Preparing for the Future."

CU will take part in celebrating the City of Campbellsville's 200th birthday with an archival display of the history of Campbellsville University and Campbellsville. The display will be in the Student Activity Center, 10 University Drive, from 8amCT/9amET until 2pmET Oct. 28.

This is the 30th anniversary of Fighting Tiger Football. Football was reinstated in 1987 after being dormant for 50 years. The late Coach Ron Finley will be honored when the Tigers, under head coach Perry Thomas, take on Georgetown College at 1:01pmCT/2:01pmET, Saturday, October 28, 2017, at Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY. The complete schedule follows:



Friday-October 27, 2017


- 10:00amCT/11:00amET - Class of '67 Reunion and Luncheon - Banquet Hall, in Badgett Academic Support Center, 10 University Drive.
The Class of 1967 members will have a reunion which will be a time of fellowship and reconnecting with classmates! At noon, a lunch will be served by Pioneer College Catering Inc. All Golden Heritage Club members, those who graduated 1957 and earlier, are invited to attend. Call the Office of Development to purchase tickets at $15 each! There will be no charge for the Class of '67 in honor of your 50th class year reunion!
- 01:00pmCT/02:00pmET - Class of '67 Golden Heritage Induction Ceremony- The Gheens Recital Hall, 210 University Drive.
The Class of '67 will be inducted into the Golden Heritage Club in honor of its 50th year class reunion. All Golden Heritage Club members are invited to attend. The induction ceremony will be held in The Gheens Recital Hall.
- 02:00pmCT/3pmET - Until 5pmCT/6pmET 5th Anniversary Celebration of the Chowning Art Shop - Turner Log Cabin, 503 N Columbia Avenue.
Chowning Art Shop artists exhibit their most recent artwork in this group exhibition. Join us for the reception as we celebrate the Chowning Art Shop's 5th year!
- 04:30pmCT/05:30pmET - Men's and Women's Swimming vs. Asbury- Powell Athletic Center, 203 Tiger Way.
Help support Tiger and Lady Tiger swimming as both teams host Asbury University in the Powell Athletic Center.
- 05pmCT/6pmET - Homecoming Reception - Banquet Hall
The Homecoming Reception will be in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center (formerly the Student Union Building), Banquet Hall, in Badgett Academic Support Center, 10 University Center.. Ticket price is $20 and includes admission to the University's Russ Mobley Theater, 114 University Drive, Campbellsville, KY production of "The Drowsy Chaperone." Please R.S.V.P.. to dgpeavier@campbellsville.edu or (270) 789-5216.
- 07:00pmCT/08:00pmET - University Theater, 114 University Drive, presents "The Drowsy Chaperone"

- 08:00CT/09:00pmET - Maroon Goons Pep Rally
The Maroon Goons encourage everyone to come cheer for the Tigers at the Pep Rally! Wear your maroon and gray to show our athletes we support them! The pep rally will be held behind the Student Activities Center, 106 University Drive.


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Reunions were the order of the two-day CU Homecoming



2017-10-29 - Campbellsville University - Photo by Ariel Emberton.
The Office of University Communications held a Reunion Saturday during Campbellsville University's Homecoming. The men and women who work there now or who have been part of the staff over the years include, from left in the front row Leland Smith, Josh Myers, Billy Suratt, Andre Geralds and Joshua Williams with Drew Tucker down front. Second row Katie Hawthorn, Alisa Florence Butler holding her daughter, Lilly; Glenna Bacon, Christina Miller Kern holding her daughter, Lexi; Kim Stallings Smith, Scarlett Catlett Ingram, Diane Rogers, Joan C. McKinney, Rozy Kuriger Snider, Jesse Harp, Rosemary Flores McCorvey and Rachel DeCoursey. Back row Kasey Ricketts, Andrea Goodman, Al Hardy, Bobbi-Lynn Wyland Thompson, Linda Waggener, Connie Perkins Wilson, Pam Hardy and Ginny Flanagan.

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