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WCU prepares for Homecoming

(The following is a press release from William Carey University.)

William Carey University alumni and their guests are invited to attend Homecoming festivities from April 8-9 at the Hattiesburg campus.

Events will begin at noon on Friday, April 8 with the 50-year luncheon honoring the Class of 1966. Highlights of Friday's activities include the second annual Homecoming parade, the alumni banquet and a pops concert hosted by the Winters School of Music and Ministry. 

On Saturday, April 9, events will begin at 8 a.m. with the Student Foundation 5K race and 1-mile fun run. Highlights of Saturday's activities include the children's character brunch, the crawfish festival and cookout, the inaugural car and motorcycle show, a softball doubleheader versus Bethel University, the poetry read and the Sports Hall of Fame awards dinner.

View the full schedule, pre-register and pay at indigo.wmcarey.edu/misc/homecoming.asp. Call the Office of Alumni Relations at (601) 318-6561 or email Pam Shearer, director of alumni relations, for more information at pshearer@wmcarey.edu.
 

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