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Linfield Magazine #27 503-883-2547 a l u m n i n e w s Pencil us in! Welcome to the alumni parties Sunday, June 30, 4 p.m. Alumni of all ages are invited to “Welcome to the Alumni” parties at one of six locations. Parties are scheduled in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Bend and Salem. My Fair Lady Saturday, Aug. 10, 2 p.m. Jazmin Gorsline ’99 headlines the Broadway Rose Theatre Company’s production of My Fair Lady. Join fellow alumni and friends for the performance. Cost is $29. Fundraising dinner Thursday, Sept. 19, 5:30 p.m. The President’s Circle Leadership Team and Rising Alumni Leadership Team are sponsoring the second annual fundraiser for Linfi eld College. Held in the penthouse at Holladay Park Plaza, the dinner is for those who are planning to make a leadership level contribution during the 2013-14 year. Email kkarr@linfi for an invitation. Whitworth pre-game barbecue Saturday, Oct. 19, noon Join other Wildcat fans for a barbecue prior to the football game. Wear your red and purple and cheer on the team. Summer 2013 l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e - 2 5 A small group of alumni is making a big impact on Linfi eld College. The Alumni Leadership Council (ALC) meets three times each year to discuss how to nurture lifelong connections with the Linfi eld community. The council provides input and direction for alumni events, services, programming and communications. ALC members are, back from left, John Prutsman ’57, Fred Minifi e ’58, Sonny Jepson ’73, Gil Hargreaves ’71, Brian Lawrence ’99, Sean Hoar ’80, front row from left, Lynn DeWard ’83, Nancy (Steinbach) Haack ’69 and Graham Seaton ’08. Not pictured Garlinn (Hansen) Story ’69, Brian Petrequin ’94, Kris Kirkman ’99 and Jason Little ’07. For more information, email alumni@linfi Homecoming 2013, Oct. 4-5 Reunite with classmates during reunions for the classes of 1963, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1993 and 2003. Other reunions will also be held for political science majors, Costa Rica study abroad participants and Peace Corps volunteers. Spend the weekend touring campus enhancements and honoring our exceptional alumni award winners. “I am excited to hear from the other alumni volunteers about how their time and experiences at Linfield related or helped them in their Peace Corps assignment. I, for one, believe Joel Marrant’s Cultural Anthropology class should be required before serving in the Peace Corps,” said Phyllis Bloch Shelton ’85, returned Peace Corps volunteer, Honduras, 1986-88. Welcome graduates Class of 2013, you are now members of the Linfi eld College Alumni Association, along with 21,000 other Wildcats around the world. We hope you will stay in touch. You can fi nd us online in a number of places: Facebook, eldcollege; Twitter, @linfi eldcollege; Linkedin, Linfi eld College Alumni; youtube, eldcollege; and our website www.linfi Congratulations, and we hope to see you again soon.

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