King, Queen, Alumni Honored at Homecoming
Bright fall colors and cool but dry temperatures greeted alumni as they returned to their alma mater for Homecoming 2011.
Mark Stuart and Alexa Gilbert
Midland senior Mark Stuart and Alma senior Alexa Gilbert were crowned king and and queen during halftime of the football game.
Stuart, a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and president of the biology club, plans to pursue a graduate degree in veterinary medicine with hopes of becoming a veterinary pathologist or laboratory veterinary clinician.
Gilbert, who is majoring in elementary education, is a Center for Responsible Leadership fellow and four-year member of Colleges Against Cancer. She currently serves as chair of the Relay for Life committee.
Alumni award winners, front row, from left: Jessica Karbowski ’04, Young Alumni Award; Joanne Finnorn ’85, Distinguished Alumni Award; Kim Taylor ’83, George Hebert Service Award; back row, from left: President Jeff Abernathy; Dana Cantania ’95, vice president of the alumni board; Brian Bartes ’87, alumni board member; Jeffrey Leestma ’78, alumni board president; James Goodrich ’70, Smith Distinguished Service Award; and Carolyn Schultz ’84, past president of the alumni board.
The Alumni House serves as "home base" for returning alumni.
The Kiltie Marching Band performs during the parade.
Posted: Tue, October 18th, 2011 at 7:45AM