Summer Alumni Retreat in Photos

Above, Dan Oberle ’77, Audrey Remley, Laurel Leverrier ’04, Rebecca Scheuler ’04, Sara Weir ’04, and Josh Hill

Thank you to all who joined us on campus for the 2017 Summer Alumni Retreat, June 9-11! And a special thank you to our featured speakers, faculty and staff (current and former), and alumni who shared their insight with those who attended.

One of our keynote speakers, Sara Weir ’04 (Kappa Kappa Gamma), President, National Down Syndrome Society, shares her view of the retreat:

“The alumni retreat was beyond incredible — I can’t think of a better way to spend a weekend back at ‘home’ engaging with WC leadership, amazing staff, our incredible professors and fellow alumni! I learned so much — professionally and personally. Thank you for allowing me to share my story — it was a true honor. It also reminded me to thank my amazing parents (which I don’t do enough and did last night) for giving me the opportunity to attend WC and for empowering me to make the most of my experiences in the classroom and on campus!”
Below, see photos from the weekend.

Dick ’58 and Trish Lieser

Laurel Leverrier ’04, Rebecca Scheuler ’04, Sara Weir ’04

Tim Riley and the Rt. Hon. Lord Alan Watson at the National Churchill Museum

John Langton and Wayne Zade

Attendees gather for presentation by Sara Weir ’04

Linda Aulgur

Dan Daugherty ’75 and Deen Lincoln ‘74

Caleb Herr ’17, Josh Hill, Fathimath Shafa ’18, Sarah Munns

Natasia Sexton

Destiney Speech ’19

Bob Hansen and Pat Kirby

Trish Lieser and Carolyn Perry

Kelly Dopman, Ann Schneider ’85, Dan Oberle ’77

Deen Lincoln ’74, Audrey Remley, Dan Daugherty ’75, Kelly Dopman

John Langton and Derick Dailey ’11

Lana Poole, George ’67 and Linda Parkins

Caleb Herr ’17, Pat Kirby, Laurel Leverrier ’04, Bill Whitlow ’69

Deen Lincoln ’74 and Josh Hill

Sara Weir ’04, Dan Oberle ’77 and Laurel Leverrier ’04

Kurt Jefferson and Keith Hardeman

Ann Schneider ’85 and Derick Dailey ’11 lead music on Sunday morning


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