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LWC Class of 1969 50-Year Reunion May 9-11, 2019

By Hannah Peck

The Lindsey Wilson College Golden Alumni Society was founded to honor those who graduated 50 years ago. Induction into this society is marked by the bestowing of a commemorative medallion and the opportunity to be recognized during the Lindsey Wilson College spring commencement ceremony.

This year we welcome the Class of 1969 to partake in their own 50 Year Reunion! The classes of 1968 and 1970 are also welcome to attend. We believe that the overlap shared by these classes truly enhances the reunion experience. This year's reunion will be held May 9-11, 2019. Please attend what you are able.

In the days prior to commencement, the Alumni Relations Office also invites the 50 year class to participate in a multi-day class reunion. Past events have included campus tours, a houseboat cruise, dessert in President and Elise Luckey's home, attendance at the Senior Class Banquet, a tour of Columbia, and the sharing of many memories and lots of laughs!

To view the complete schedule and register for events visit

Contact the Alumni Relations Office for more information at 270-384-8400 or

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