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2013–2014 Cultural and Community Events


 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

Tyler Chaffee '15

HC Profiles

Tyler Chaffee '15

Huntingdon College Magazine Corrections

Please note the following corrections to the Huntingdon College Magazine—our deepest apologies for these errors:

Fall 2008
“100 Years of Timeless Moments in Montgomery”

  • Page 58: Alumni Giving by Class Year—John Blake Toole ’07 should be listed as a donor for the class of 2007.
  • Pages 53–54: Alumni Giving by Class Year—The Office of External Affairs extends sincere apologies to the Classes of 1956, 1957, and 1958, whose information was partially omitted. The error occurred sometime during the design process, and we failed to catch the omission when proofing. Complete lists of those who gave are available here. We thank you for your generosity!

Fall 2005
“Harold Rohlig: Celebrating 50 Years at Huntingdon”

  • Page 45: Alumni Giving by Class Year—Mrs. Caroline Jackson Moseley ’47 should be listed as a donor for the class of 1947.
  • Page 54: Huntingdon College Board of Trustees—Ms. Lucinda Cannon is a real estate developer for Cannon Ventures in Opelika, Ala.

Fall 2004
“Celebrating 150 Years of Faith, Wisdom, and Service”

  • Page 12: 150 Points of Light—The Reverend Donald R. Brill ’60 should be listed as a point of light.
  • Page 13: 150 Points of Light—Catherine Cannon Jones ’50 is not deceased; Sarah McCarthy Mingledorff ’69 is incorrectly listed as a state representative.
  • Page 30: Class Notes, In Memoriam—Sara Estelle Bradford Lowery ’60 is incorrectly listed as deceased. In fact, it was Mrs. Lowery who called to report the death of former music faculty member Virginia Stiles Olliver, who was not included on the list. Our apologies for misunderstanding the information we were given and for incorrectly listing Mrs. Lowery as deceased.



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