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All-Milne Alumni Luncheon . . . and more!


Saturday, June 2, 2007


(Reservation deadline: May 25, 2007.)

Milne alumni have been invited to participate in the following activities on June 2nd in conjunction with the University at Albany Alumni Weekend. (All times are approximate.)

10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.: Guided/narrated bus tour of uptown and downtown UAlbany campuses with Geoff Williams, University Archivist.
No charge.
Pick up/drop off at the Alumni House. (Directions to the Alumni House are included in the registration links below.)

12 noon to 2 p.m.: UAlbany Alumni Association / Milne Alumni luncheon under a tent on the Milne/Page Hall front lawn, 135 Western Avenue.
$23
Milne alumni will be seated together at reserved tables.

2 to 3 p.m.: Guided walking tour of the UAlbany downtown campus with Geoff Williams, University Archivist, concluding with a tour of Milne.
No charge.

3 to 4:30 p.m.: "Hospitality Suite" in Milne 200, the former Milne Library, sponsored by the School of Education.
No charge.
Who knows? Maybe you'll see one of your student teachers there!

Contact your classmates to join you in this informal reunion opportunity. These events may be of special interest if your class hasn't had a reunion recently and/or one is not scheduled. If you and your classmates wish, you can make these Saturday events part of your own class reunion weekend with the addition of a dinner that evening and/or breakfast the next morning at area restaurants.

To be sure you are notified of future Milne Alumni events, contact Judy Koblintz Madnick so that your name can be added to the Milne Alumni database*.

*This database will not be published or shared with any commercial vendor.

TO REGISTER:

Click here for .pdf file:
Registration Form

The registration form is a .pdf file. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
you can download it from the Adobe website:
Click here.


Click here for Microsoft Word file:
Registration Form

If you prefer to register by telephone,
please call (518) 442-3080 or (800) 836-2586.


Questions? Contact Judy Koblintz Madnick.