Mount Union College Celebrates Homecoming 2002

April 15, 2010

Mount Union College welcomed back alumni and friends during the annual homecoming festivities, held Saturday, September 28.

Various activities were held throughout the weekend, including athletic events, ceremonies, open houses and casual get-togethers.

 

Mount Union College President Jack Ewing talks with runners prior to the start of the Run-a-MUC 5K race.

Mount Union College President Jack Ewing talks with runners prior to the start of the Run-a-MUC 5K race.

 

 

The start of the 2002 Run-a-MUC.

The start of the 2002 Run-a-MUC.

 

 

The male winner of the Run-a-MUC, Brian Lusk, heads for the finish line.

The male winner of the Run-a-MUC, Brian Lusk, heads for the finish line.

 

 

The female winner of the Run-a-MUC was Kathie Perring.

The female winner of the Run-a-MUC was Kathie Perring.

 

 

Participants in the Kid's Race had great enthusiasm.

Participants in the Kid's Race had great enthusiasm.

 

 

President Jack Ewing speaks at the "Celebration of Stadium Renovations."

President Jack Ewing speaks at the "Celebration of Stadium Renovations."

 

 

The Mount Marchers lead the 2002 Homecoming Parade.

The Mount Marchers lead the 2002 Homecoming Parade.

 

 

Many enjoyed the Pre-Game Brunch in the Dining Commons. The colors purple and white were seen everywhere, as alumni and friends showed "Purple Raider pride."

Many enjoyed the Pre-Game Brunch in the Dining Commons. The colors purple and white were seen everywhere, as alumni and friends showed "Purple Raider pride."

 

 

Meredith Walker, of Louisville, and Thomas Jefferson of Campbell were crowned Homecoming Queen and King at halftime.

Meredith Walker, of Louisville, and Thomas Jefferson of Campbell were crowned Homecoming Queen and King at halftime.

 

 

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