12th Annual "Education on the Run" Event Held February 16-18
August 5, 2009
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Mount Union College alumni and friends joined together recently to take part in the 12th annual "college-like" experience, “Education on the Run,” held February 16-18 at The INN at Honey Run in Holmes County.
Former Mount Union faculty, staff and alumni gave presentations exploring topics in economics, medicine, religion and the environment. Speakers included Dr. Don Hobson, professor emeritus of philosophy and religious studies; Bill Gough ’71, senior geologist, Moody and Associates, Inc; Peter Russell ’67, retired president and chief executive officer, Perpetual Savings Bank; Dr. Patricia Draves, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College; Tiffany Gravlee, freelance architect and Dr. Robert Kunkel ‘55, physician at the department of neurology, Cleveland Clinic. Participants were treated to a performance by the Fire Engine Choir as well.
The INN at Honey Run is located in the Amish Heartland of Holmes County and was selected as one of the country's top 25 inns. It has high standards of hospitality, comfort, food and decor.