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Alumni & Friends Banquet to include "Night of the Notables"

Plans are underway for the upcoming 2016 Moberly Area Community College Alumni & Friends Banquet. Scheduled for Saturday, April 23, in the Main Building on Moberly's campus, the banquet's theme is "Night of the Notables" with a long list of honorees and special entertainment for the alumni and friends the college.

The social hour begins at 5PM in the Jorgenson Fine Art Gallery with a cash bar provided by Dave Mattox and the Moberly Eagles #2669. The MACC Singers and the MACC Theater department will provide entertainment in the Gallery and the Alumni Museum will be open for guests. Dinner, catered by Chef Jeff, will be served at 6PM in the Main Auditorium.

"It's the MACC Alumni Association's intent for everyone to culturally benefit by having the banquet held at the college this year," said Susan Arment, Director of Institutional Development and Alumni Services. "We will be able to fully showcase the talents of our Fine Arts' students. You will want to be sure to arrive on time, because the entire social hour is aimed at providing our attendees with a delightful experience, with an added element of surprise!"

The honorees for the 2016 awards include: Angela Walker (Outstanding Faculty Award); Michele McCall and James Musick (Distinguished Service); C.J. Pepper ('98) (Outstanding Young Alumni); and Brad Boyer ('86) and Andrew Careaga ('80) (Outstanding Alumni).

Also being recognized are the anniversary classes of 1956 (60 years), 1966 (Golden Graduates), 1991 (25 years), and 2006 (10 years). All attending Golden Graduates will receive personalized certificates designating their fifty-year graduation anniversary.

The evening's program will include the induction ceremony for the Brothers Ox and NGN honorary organizations. Each year MACC faculty nominates seven men and seven women who currently enrolled students. Brothers Ox is the oldest fraternal organization at the college, starting in 1927. NGN was organized in 1938.

Tickets are $20 per person and must be reserved by April 15. For more information, contact Susan Arment at (660) 263-4100, ext. 11550, or e-mail .


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