The Alumni Association of Northwest Nazarene University invites General Assembly attendees to visit the NNU booths from June 19-27 in Exhibitor’s Hall D and E, and to attend the University’s Centennial luncheon to be held Sunday, June 23, 12:30 p.m. in the Westin Grand Ballroom #5, downtown Indianapolis, following the morning Worship & Communion Service.
The NNU booth features an interactive, historic display. Housed in the display are President Wiley’s personal Bible, 1947 nursing student Nellie Mae (Sever) Moore’s Bible and Prescott L. Beals’ 1952 Marathi (India) translation of the Nazarene Manual. This monumental piece is proudly on display and shouldn’t be missed.
Reservations for the University’s Centennial luncheon can be made online by visiting nnu.edu/tickets. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children (4-12 years); children under 4 are free. Please RSVP by June 17. For more information call (800) 654-2411 or email email@example.com.
One hundred of NNU’s alumni and friends have been named as Centennial Medallion Honorees and are being recognized at various Centennial events for their contributions to the University. The twelve of these individuals who will be honored by President David Alexander at the Centennial luncheon are: Louise Robinson Chapman, Fairy Chism, R. Franklin Cook, T. Scott Daniels, Carolita Fraley, Jerald D. Johnson, David and Rosie Kerr, Clarence J. Kinzler, Bob Luhn, Earl and Gladys Mosteller, Harmon Schmelzenbach and Verne S. Ward, III. These individuals symbolize the sacrifice, commitment and achievements of hundreds of other alumni and friends of the university.