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2007 Big Bash Awards Brunch

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John Yanko ’57 accepts the 1909 Trophy Cup, which goes to the reunion class with the highest percentage of alumni returning for Big Bash. The Class of 1957 turned out 33.3 percent of its alumni.

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President Pat White poses with the class agents for the Class of 1967 — Earl Houck, Clark Dickerson, and Duane Hile. The Class of 1967 returned more alumni for Big Bash — 66 — than in any reunion class in history.

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President White stands with the class agents for the Class of 1967, which won the Robinson-Ragan Award for its performance in the Alumni Chapel Sing competition.

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President White poses with Clark Dickerson ’67, who was presented the Dorman Hughes ’42 Award. The honor is given to the reunion chairman who, in the opinion of the Alumni and Parent Relations staff, has done the most work in organizing his reunion.

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President White presents the Edmund O. Hovey Annual Giving Award to the Class Agents for the Class of 1962. Accepting the award, which goes to the class with the highest annual giving percentage to date, are Phil Johnson and Terry Fewell.

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Men from the Class of 1967 proudly snap photos of their reunion chairmen. The class won awards for the most alumni returning for Big Bash and for the Alumni Chapel Sing competition.

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Alex Castanias wasn't the youngest child in attendance for Big Bash, but she (along with Dad, Greg ’87) broke the record for most Big Bash events attended by a 10-month-old.

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An interesting way to spend your birthday: Mike Warren, associate director of alumni and parent relations, was presented a birthday cake at the Big Bash Awards Brunch.

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