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Homecoming 2014 Schedule

Click here for a pdf of the brochure

Online registration will be available soon! In the meantime, feel free to register by contacting Judy Barkan at 330.471.8454 or wonexna+znybar+rqh.

Friday, October 10

Event Location
8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Art Galleries open in the Johnson Center and Cattell Library

 Malone Campus
7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Relive your college days and have a meal in the
Hoover Dining Commons
Brehme Centennial Center
9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Shop at the Malone Bookstore

Brehme Centennial Center
9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Spiritually-Charged Ethical Dilemmas in Counseling Workshop
Approved for 3 CEUs in Ethics for Licensed Professional Counselors and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors
Register by calling 330-471-8508; free to alumni
Mitchell Hall,
Silk Auditorium
10 a.m. Homecoming Worship Service with Nadine McIlwain Massey, the Malone Chorale and Worship Band

Johnson Center,
Worship Center
11:30 a.m. Class of 1964 50th Reunion and Golden Pioneers Luncheon
with President and Mrs. King
Free to Class of 1964 and guest, others $10 per person
Johnson Center,
Dining Room A & B
11:30  a.m. 57 Years Since '57 Early Pioneers Reunion Luncheon
$10 per person
Johnson Center,
Dining Room C
1 - 4 p.m. Social Work Seminar and Reunion
Register by calling 330-471-8180

Regula Hall, Room 305
2 - 2:45 p.m. Saint John's Bible Exhibit Presentation and Q & A
with Joel Soza, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical Studies
Cattell Library
3 - 4 p.m. Research Your Family Genealogy Seminar
with Amy Yuncker, Malone Archivist
Cattell Library,
Computer Lab
6 - 8 p.m. Alumni Awards Banquet
$15 per adult; $7.50 children ages 3 to 12
Johnson Center,
Dining Room
6 - 8 p.m. 15-Year Reunion Dinner for BSN 08
hosted by Dean Debra Lee and Rose Day
Regula Hall
7 - 9 p.m. Banana Split Blowout and Family Fun Night
Free, but please register for tickets by October 3rd
Barn, Randall Campus Center

Saturday, October 11

Event Location
 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Shop at the Malone Bookstore

Malone Bookstore Booth Open
Brehme Centennial Center
Fawcett Stadium
7 a.m. Bench Press  8:30 a.m. 5k Race  Check-in for Jack Hazen 5k and Pump & Run; Kid Run for children under 5 Register here Osborne Hall
9 a.m. Baseball Alumni Golf Outing at Skyland Pines
Contact Coach Tom Crank 330.471.8286
Skyland Pines Golf Course
10 - 11 a.m. Professor Wylde's Traveling Animal Show
from the Cleveland Zoo Registration is free but ticket required
East Campus,
Corner of 25th St and Harvard Ave
11 a.m. - 12 noon Open House/Tours of Malone's Animal Collection
Presented by the Malone Zoo & Wildlife Biology students who care for them
Timken Science Hall
11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.  Homecoming Tailgate Picnic 

Live music, delicious food, time to reconnect with classmates, Classic Car Show, pony rides, bounce houses, climbing wall, visits by the Pioneer Spirit Marching Band, Malone Cheerleaders, pictures with Maxamoose, Build-A-Bear or Moose table, face painting, and balloon artists. Be sure to get your child's very own Malone ID card too. Every picnic attendee receives a free ticket for the football game. 

Class Reunions for years ending in '4 or '9
Affinity Reunions for Natural Sciences Alumni, Nursing Alumni, Multicultural Alumni and Cheerleaders 
$8 for adults; $5 for children ages 3-12; 2 and under free
East Campus Green, Corner of 25th Street and Harvard Avenue
12:30 p.m. Reunion Photos: Class Years and Groups will be announced East Campus Green
2 p.m. Pioneer Football vs. Northern Michigan

Check in at the blue and white alumni tent for free coffee, decals and pens. Sign in at the Malone University Alumni Tent for the Malone Blanket Giveaway. King & Queen crowned at halftime. Get  Pioneer apparel at the Malone Bookstore booth. Tickets free to those who attend the Homecoming Tailgate Picnic.
Ticket information 
Fawcett Stadium
2 p.m. Celebrating 20 Years of the Pioneer Spirit Marching Band featuring Guest Conductor, Dr. Neal McMullian, Founder of the Pioneer Spirit Marching Band. Dr. Cynthia and John Bridges will also attend.

All Band Alumni sit with the band at the Pioneer football game
Alumni also invited to march in pregame show, watch your mailbox for more details in a letter or call 330.588.ALUM (2586)
Fawcett Stadium
5-7 p.m. '50s Themed Dinner and Entertainment: Celebrating 57 years since Malone moved to Canton in 1957

Have a blast from the past! '50s themed dinner, music, menu, life-size cutouts for photos, board games, hula hoops and a free Frisbee for everyone. $8 adult, $5 children
Brehme Cenntennial Center, Hoover Dining Commons
5 p.m. Pioneer Spirit Marching Band Reunion Dinner for all band alumni and families $8 adult, $5 children
Bring your pictures to share! Enjoy all the 50s-themed activities too
Brehme Conference Center
5 p.m. Chorale Reunion Dinner with Dr. Susan Armstrong for all chorale alumni and families  $8 adult, $5 children
Bring your pictures to share! Enjoy all the 50s-themed activities too
Brehme Centennial Center, Deuble Room
5 p.m. Reunion Dinner for Natural Sciences Alumni and families.
Enjoy all the 50s-themed activities and mingle with classmates and professors. $8 adult, $5 children
Emma's Place, Barn/Randall Campus Center