Emerald Society Brunch
Sixth-Annual Emerald Society Brunch
More than 120 alumni attended this year’s Emerald Society Brunch held at Trinity on May 12. The event honors alumni who have reached the 50-year mark of having graduated from Trinity. This year, the classes of 1957-68 were honored.
The brunch began with a congregation of fellowship and reminiscing. Alumni shared stories, photographs and memories and even spent time in the Trinity Archives with archivist Barbara Mullen.
While enjoying a looping slide show presentation of Trinity’s campus renaissance from “then and now,” all enjoyed a brunch provided by United Catering (Michael Nusbaum ’08 and David Beatty ’05).
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, Trinity recently obtained audio interviews from Trinity Giants including Tom Allen, Paul Davin, Dave Hazelip and Tony Heitzman – whose interviews ranged on topics from Trinity spirit – to the “March” after beating Saint X, educational atmosphere and the drive to excel – all from Trinity’s first days.
A moving and memorable day was had by all.
Next year we look forward to welcoming the Class of 1969!
For more information, contact:
Phone: (502) 736-2122
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