Hesston College celebrated Homecoming Weekend with the theme “A Celebration of 60 Years of Lark Intercollegiate Athletics” Sept. 27 to 30. About 500 guests came to campus for events in celebration and remembrance of where Hesston College has been and where it is going. Additional links
International students lead Hesston College participants in the Home Sweet Hesston Homecoming Parade.
A player putts at the golf benefit tournament.
Dr. Lynn Fielitz ’79 and Malcolm Mann ’15 speak at a Friday morning forum. Golden Gables Luncheon
Former HC coaches Loren Reusser, Gerry Sieber, Vicki Mester, Art Mullet and Ken Hartzler share reflections on Lark athletics at the Golden Gables luncheon.
Go Everywhere Seminars
John Murray ’81 moderates a panel of Lark alumni athletes including Andrew Sharp ’99, Kymee Noll ’15, Malcolm Mann ’15 and Ashley (Kaufman) ’07 Moore at a Go Everywhere seminar.
Faculty Emeritus Recognition
Hesston College’s newest emeritus faculty members: Jim Yoder ’62, Joyce Huber, Bonnie (Kauffman) ’65 Sowers, Ruby (Chupp) ’73 Graber and Dave Osborne Ac64, ’66 (not pictured)
60 years of Lark Athletics
Evan Oswald ’48, former faculty and John Sharp ’73, former faculty speak at the 60 years of Lark Athletics event.
Disc Golf Course Dedication and Doug Unruh Memorial Tournament
Patsy (King) ’75 Unruh introduces her and Doug Unruh’s ’74 children and grandchildren at the Disc Golf Course dedication.
Hesston College – Kansas City General Hospital Nursing Alumni Recognition
Hesston College – Kansas City General Hospital nursing alumni gather for a photo. Manickam Mosey
Runners at the start of the 27th annual Manickam Mosey
Jocelyn (Forshee) ’07 Lawrence speaks at the Partner Luncheon.
Members of the class of 1998 take a campus tour during their reunion.
The college hosted a kid fest with inflatables and face painting for alumni and the Hesston Community.
Sieber Field renaming
Gerry Sieber ’64, faculty emeritus, addresses the crowd at the renaming of the soccer field.
The Steel Wheels concert
The Steel Wheels, a Virginia-based bluegrass band, performed a concert Saturday evening.
Erin Hershberger ’10, faculty, and Brent Yoder ’98, faculty, led worship and Mike Zehr ’78 shared the morning message at the Homecoming Weekend worship service.