Homecoming 2012 Photo Gallery

Celebration Dinner Photos: Merrill Shea Photography 

Vonda (Woods, 62) and Dick Mann (61), Jack Smith (59), Courtney Mann (93), and Judy (Andree, 64) Mann
Cheryl (Hiers) and Bill Wilhoyte (62) with Howie (63) and Sherrill (Jeffery, 62) Williams
The Sharpes family and Merritt Mann pose for a photo
President Corlis McGee and Alumnus of the Year William Wilhoyte (62)
President McGee, Dr. Nancy Detwiler, and the 1958-1959 Men's Basketball team. Back Row: Bill Webb (59), Ray Sharpes (60), Ron Norman (61), Merritt Mann (59), Bruce Reeves (61), Jack Smith (59), Dick Mann (61), Branson Roberts (60) Front Row: Jim Bricker (60), Joe Andrews (58), Bill Wilhoyte (62), Howie Williams (63), Dave Hutchinson (59), and Bill Couchenour (60)
Dr. McGee and Achievement Award winner Carol (Riedel, 82) Lopinski
David Hutchinson (59), Bob Turcott, and Rebecca (Hutchinson, 82) Turcott
Jason Priest (92) and Deanna (Thulin, 93) Andree
Ray Nunes, President of Kiddie Kampus Marge Nunes and Adult and Graduate Studies Director Bill Driscoll (00)
Ruth (Kyer, 57) and Don Rossbach with Chuck (58) and Doris (Biggs, 57) Gailey
Enjoying the Celebration Dinner
President McGee and Nancy Detwiler with members of the 1999-2000 Women's Basketball Team - Asst. Coach Sue Harrison (90), Toni Kabilian (00), Carissa Hatcher (03), Naomi Rent (01), and Head Coach James Stutzman
(l-r) Emcee and host Dick Pritchard (67), President Corlis McGee, Alumni Association President Janelle (Nielson, 93) Beiler, VP for Institutional Advancement, Scott Turcott (82)
One of ENC's oldest alumna - Katherine Angell Mann (34) - is welcomed at the dinner with her daughter Kathy Angell (72)
Dick Pritchard welcomes everyone
Enjoying dinner before the main presentation
Dinner and conversation
The Gospel Choir kicks off the program
ENC Gospel Choir
ENC Gospel Choir lead by director Michael Payne
Dr. McGee presents Dr. Rob Gailey and Samuel Jean with their Emerging Leader awards
Accepting the Achievement Award for David Aaserud (87) is Keith Hevenor (87)
 Ruth Ann (Stetson, 65) Ayres speaks about the Every Class A Scholarship (ECAS) initiative
Ruth Ann Ayres presents ENC with a check for over $1,000,000 - money raised for the ECAS program over the past ten years
Carroll F. Bradley Hall of Fame Inductees (l-r) Alicia "Pebbles" Thatcher (87), Athletic Director Nancy (Baird, 63) Detwiler, President Corlis McGee, and Lloyd Shannon (68)
Carroll F. Bradley Hall of Fame Inductees: 1999-2000 Women's Basketball team and 1958-1959 Men's Basketball team
The A Cappella Choir surrounds tables in song
The choir is directed by Dr. Timothy Shetler (80)
Director of Adult and Graduate Division, Bill Driscoll, talks about the current partnership between ENC and the Early Childhood Program
Wayne Dunlop (65) speaks about his experience as director of Adult and Graduate Studies and working with President Cecil Paul at the start of the program.
President McGee and recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award: Dr. Jim Cameron (50), Alison Wells accepts on behalf of her grandfather, Roger Mann (34), Rev. John Minoru Mori (56), Beatrice (Wycoff, 57) Wenger, and Fred Wenger (57)
Dr. Scott Turcott, Dr. Corlis McGee, and Dick Pritchard discuss ENC's new partnerships like the YMCA in Quincy and the Early Childhood Education program.
Janelle Beiler surprises Dr. McGee with an Honorary Alumna Award
Congrats to the newest ENC Alumna!
VP for Institutional Advancement, Scott Turcott, discusses opportunities for alumni to partner with the college to help support students
A Cappella Choir members gather pledges and donations from the group
The A Cappella Choir lead the room in the Alma Mater
Dr. Tim Shelter conducts the choir
Singing the Alma Mater
Rev. Mori gives the benediction
David (78) and Janet (Summerson, 81) Poutre with Mary (Vollick, 82) Jordan
Mark (82) and Wendy Crofford
Bringing home some "mums"! (l-r) Ruby Fretz (58), Heather LaFountain (10), Rhodora (Baldwin, 83) LaFountain, Emily Mathurin (72), and Judy (Wooster, 81) Sifferd
Mark Hall (97), Kayla Rearick (16), Cynthia (Hoover, 91) Rearick, and James Rearick (91)
Helen (Isenberg, 62) Klumas and Gerald Klumas (61) with Bill Gray
The Scotts! Joy (Willey, 98) Scott, Jeremy (03) and Meghan (Parker, 03) Scott, and Jeff Scott (98)
Alicia Thatcher with family and friends
Catching up
Lloyd Shannon with friends and family
The Wengers enjoy the evening with their daughter Beth Bley
Steve and Irene (McCarthy, 62) Rieder with Marilyn and James Stark (63)
Dave (79) and Rosanna (Wilson, 79) Kingsley and friends enjoy Java and Jazz in the lobby
Laurie (Schneck, 82) and Steve (82) Chambers with Carol Lopinski and friends
Jack Smith (59) and Lowell Hall (59)
Class of 1957 - 55th Year Reunion
Class of 1962 - 50th Year Reunion
Class of 1967 - 45th Year Reunion
Class of 1972 - 40th Year Reunion
Class of 1977 - 35th Year Reunion
Class of 1982 - 30th Year Reunion
Class of 1987 - 25th Year Reunion
Class of 1992 - 20th Year Reunion
Class of 1997 - 15th Year Reunion
Class of 2002 - 10th Year Reunion
Class of 2007 - 5th Year Reunion
A new tradition! Young Alum Reunion - Classes of 2008-2012
Carroll F. Bradley Hall of Fame Induction Reception
Chatting with a basketball player
Dr. McGee, Dr. Nancy Detwiler, Dr. Scott Turcott, and the Men's Basketball team
Dr. McGee sports an original Crusader jacket
Hall of Fame Inductee, Alicia "Pebbles" Thatcher (center)
Merritt Mann talks about the 1958-59 Basketball Team
Carroll F. Bradley Hall of Fame Induction Reception
Teammates from the 1999-2000 Women's Basketball team
1999-2000 Women's Basketball head coach James Stutzman
Gathering around the Lahue Lobby
Revealing the plaques
New inductees Lloyd Shannon (Upper Left) and Alicia Thatcher (Bottom Right)
Two basketball teams inducted
Ron Norman (61) played for the Hall of Fame Crusader Basketball team and his grandson, freshman David Eddings, will play for the Lions Basketball team this season
Dr. Scott Turcott chats with Dr. Jim Cameron at the dedication of the Student Center Auditorium for Dr. Ruth Cameron
Kevin Dunlop (78), Pastor at Wollaston Church of the Nazarene, chats with the Camerons
Dr. McGee begins the dedication ceremony
Drs. Ruth and Jim Cameron
Dean Emeritus Don Young speaks about Ruth Cameron and shares memories from students
Gathering on the second floor of the Mann Student Center
The Camerons and family members
Unveiling the new glass!
The Student Center Auditorium is now the Ruth A. Cameron Auditorium
Dr. Ruth Cameron and Dr. Corlis McGee
Dr. Jim Cameron gives Dr. McGee a hug of thanks
Dr. Brady Millican from the Music Dept. shares his thoughts with Ruth
Milling about the Student Center
Members of the Class of 1962
Legacy Reunion Breakfast for Classes of 1930-1961
Legacy Reunion Breakfast for Classes of 1930-1961
Lots of laughs!
Dr. McGee and Marion Russell (52), who is back for her 60th year reunion
Having a fun day!
The Alumni Artisan Gallery in Munro Parlor - Work by Beth Restrick
Beth Restrick's "Glimpses of Africa"
The parlor was filled with Alumni work!
Wood carvings by John White (70)
Wood carvings by John White (70)
Fiber Art by Deanna Andrea (93)
Quilting by Charlie Di Sante (74)
A beautiful autumn day!
Clear day for the Street Fair at Veterans Memorial Stadium!
Reuniting with friends!
Raising funds for the History Club
Walking around the street fair
Stopping for a photo
Enjoying the day
Waiting for the Men's Soccer game against Gordon to begin
Hanging out with friends
A game of tug-o-war!
Raising funds for their club!
Conversation at the stadium
Dr. Brian Massey (93) got a pie to the face!
Salem Radio Boston interviews SGA President Payne Ford (13)
ENC Lions and Gordon Fighting Scotts pray together after ENC's 2-1 win
Young Alumni gathering
Sarah Andrus (15) speaks at the ENC Society Dinner
Comedians Dave and Brian gave a show Saturday evening
They were a hoot! Check them out at http://daveandbrian.com/
50s and 60s Gathering
50s and 60s Gathering
50s and 60s Gathering
50s and 60s Gathering

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