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Macon Memories with Classmates
Come back and connect with your classmates. This is your opportunity to catch up, share experiences, and enjoy the company of your classmates. Your class has a special spot reserved just for you throughout Reunion. Stop by, grab a snack and beverage, and visit with your friends.

REUNITY is an interactive art project to promote and raise awareness about diversity. The project is focused on inclusiveness, healing, and hope. In addition to building a beautiful piece of artwork, the REUNITY project will cultivate inner awareness of many voices coming together to make a unified whole during Reunion weekend. Following the opening with the 50th Reunion Class on Thursday, Reunion attendees will have an opportunity to participate throughout the weekend. Supplies will be available at any time you choose to participate in REUNITY. The goal is to inspire participants to take action to make our world a kinder, more respectful, and compassionate place and to discover the bonds that we share.

Return to the Classroom: Here Let Wisdom Rise
Relive your classroom experience and try some of the offerings over the weekend. A variety of topics will be presented by faculty, staff, local experts, and fellow alums. These sessions are designed to pique the curiosity and interest of Reunion attendees of all ages.

Brew Ridge Tour
Friday, June 2 | 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Tour the beautiful countryside in Nelson County as part of the Brew Ridge Tour. The Tour celebrates the local craft beer industry and will include stops at a microbrewery, cidery, and lunch in the Blue Ridge mountains. (Pre-registration and an additional fee are required.)

Class Meetings and Photos
Saturday, June 3
Class Meetings | 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Class Photos for Classes 19421997 | 10:00–11:00 a.m.
Class Photos for Classes 2002–2012 | 6:30–6:55 p.m.
Each Reunion class will meet Saturday morning to elect class volunteers and discuss the class gift. This is a great time to visit with your classmates! Yearbooks and songbooks will be available for your enjoyment! Your commemorative class photo will be taken during Reunion weekend. Photos will be mailed following Reunion (don’t forget to indicate you wish to purchase the photo on your registration).

Reunion Lunch and Celebration with President Bradley W. Bateman
Saturday, June 3 | 12:30–2:00 p.m.
Join College President Bradley W. Bateman for a special celebratory Reunion Lunch. The President will share a College update including current priorities and initiatives. Immediately following, classes will make their class gift presentations.

Colors, Collections, Corks, and Classmates Reception
Saturday, June 3 | 4:15–6:15 p.m.

One of the highlights of Reunion weekend is when alumnae and alumni writers, artists, and artisans gather to showcase their talents. Some work will be available for purchase. This is an opportunity to visit with faculty emeriti. Indicate if you would like to be an exhibitor by preregistering by Monday, May 15. Once exhibitor registration is received, you will be contacted for your set-up requirements. No exhibitor fee is required. A donation to the College after the event is appreciated.

Chapel Service
Sunday, June 4 | 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Fellow alumnae have come together to create a special chapel service for the 2017 Reunion. Enjoy worship, fellowship, and special music offered by the Alumnae and Alumni Choir.

Reunion Dining Experience
Scrumptious menus have been planned for your enjoyment during Reunion. Thursday join the president and enjoy Macon Margaritas with made-to-order paella station. Friday’s special class dinners are planned at several classmates’ homes or iconic locations off campus. Later that evening, return to campus for Cav fries and dance the night away. Saturday’s Reunion Luncheon will feature Chef Z’s pulled pork, salads, and a special treat – dirt pudding! Saturday’s class dinners include an option of beef or salmon, and a decadent (gluten-free) dark chocolate torte. Sunday enjoy a full brunch before saying goodbye to classmates, new friends, and your beloved campus.

Complimentary beer and wine will be served at evening social events.

Coffee and Tea Service will be available each morning prior to breakfast in Cheatham Foyer, 1st Floor Bell Hall, and 1st Floor Wright Hall. Ice Chests will be available on each floor of the residence halls and will be restocked twice a day.

Please indicate in your registration if you have any dietary restrictions. Randolph College Dining Services always endeavors to cater to your needs. We want you to feel at home!


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