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Brescia University Homecoming 2010

Brescia University is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and will host several events for alumni, friends, and students as part of Homecoming 2010. As part of the festivities, Brescia is bringing back the chariot races. It has been over 20 years since the last chariot race took place on campus. The chariot races are open to the campus community and the greater Owensboro community. To race, there must be a team of three members and the chariot must have at least two wheels. Contact Krystal London at 270-663-0753 or [email protected] to register or for more information.

Homecoming 2010 events will run Friday through Sunday on campus and around Owensboro.

Friday:
Affinity Groups from the six divisions will gather for a reception on the second floor of the Campus Center (717 Frederica St.) from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Affinity groups include former members of the Broadcast staff, Circle K Club, Yearbook staff, Alpha Chi, Intramurals and more.

Members of Brescia’s Society of the Arch will meet for a reception at the Campbell Club (517 Frederica St.) from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Personal invitations were sent out.

Members of Brescia’s Graduates of the Last Decade will meet for a reception at the Miller House (301 E. Fifth St.) from 7 – 8 pm.

Brescia’s student-run Haunted House will be open and available to the public from 7 – 11 pm at St. Joseph’s Hall, (619 Frederica St. – next to the Science Building). Donations accepted.

Saturday:
Breakfast and Chariot Race staging begins at Alumni Hall (115 West 7th Street) at 9 am. The Chariot Races take place on West 7th Street between Allen and St. Ann from 10-11:30. This is free and open to alumni, students, and the general public.

At noon, the festivities will move to the Kamuf Park Outdoor Sports Complex (5203 Todd Bridge Road) for tailgating, an alumni baseball game, men’s and women’s soccer games, trunk or treat for the kids, soccer senior day recognition, introduction of the Homecoming Court, and the dedication of Schadler Field. This is free and open to the public.

At 6:30 pm there will be a family-style Italian dinner in the Quad with dancing following.

Sunday:
There will be mass at Brescia’s chapel at 10 am and open to the public is a 2 pm movie matinee, Despicable Me, in Taylor Lecture Hall (Science Building).