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NNU Homecoming & Family Weekend Nov. 3-5

October 28, 2011, 10:31 am
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Northwest Nazarene University’s Homecoming & Family Weekend is filled with warm and rich traditions showcased in drama, music, athletics and organized class reunions. This year’s events commence Thursday afternoon, November 3, and conclude Saturday evening, November 5. Community members, alumni and friends are welcome to participate in the weekend’s events.

Ranging from athletics to the arts, homecoming has something to offer everyone. Sporting events will begin Friday with a women’s basketball game at 5 p.m. and continue throughout the weekend. The arts activities vary from a performance of the fall play, The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, and a concert by NNU’s music department.  Other opportunities to get involved throughout the weekend include a walk/run for scholarships, and class reunion festivities for ’66, ’71, ’76, ’81, ’86, ’91, ’96, ’01 and ‘06 graduates. Silent and live auctions will take place Saturday Nov. 5, boasting a three-night stay in Sun River, an autographed Brett Farve football and Stueckle Sky Center seats to the BSU vs. Wyoming game.

Click on the following link for a full schedule of Homecoming 2011 events. http://www.nnu.edu/events/homecoming/    To order tickets, please visit www.nnu.edu/homecoming or call the Office of Alumni Relations at (208) 467-8841. Registration information for the walk/run is available at www.nnu.edu/walkrun.


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