Emerald Society Brunch
The annual Trinity Emerald Society Brunch is for all Trinity alumni who have reached the 50-year graduation milestone.
We look forward to hosting the classes of 1957-67 on Saturday, May 13 at Trinity! The program will run from 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Alumni Hall. Reservations are required and online reservations can be made below. You can also print the attached form and mail it to: Emerald Society Brunch, 4011 Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, KY 40207.
In 2016, the Trinity classes of 1957, ’58, ’59, ’60, ’61, ’62, ’63, ’64, ’65 and ’66 took part in this greaT day.
More than 110 alumni and current and former faculty attended the fourth annual Emerald Society Brunch, which was held at Trinity on May 13. The event honors alumni who have reached the 50-year mark of having graduated from Trinity. This year, the classes of 1957-66 were honored.
The brunch began with fellowship and reminiscing. Alumni shared stories, photographs and memories.
Following a slide show presentation of Trinity’s campus renaissance from “then and now,” Todd Hollenbach from the class of 1957 made a wonderful presentation to Trinity head basketball coach Mike Szabo, as the school named him an honorary alumnus of Trinity.
Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen ’77 gave a “state-of-the-school” address to update the most loyal Rocks on the wonderful happenings at Trinity present day. Additionally, Noah Means-Simonsen, a graduating senior, gave a moving address touching on the facets of everyday life at Trinity as a student, while connecting those attendees who pioneered this wonderful school students experience.
A special thank you to committee members Bruce Deckel ’57 and Jack Hettinger ’63 for their efforts in planning the event.
Make your reservations below for the 2017 Emerald Society Brunch.
For more information, contact:
Phone: (502) 736-2122
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