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    Blessing of the Couples

    On Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. join Campus Pastor Jimmy Harper on the steps of the new Chapel for the Blessing of the Couples. This short service (15-20 minutes) will feature Scripture readings, a few words of encouragement, and will close with a prayer by Dr. Harper for blessing for the coming year. Don’t miss this moment of refreshment during a fast-paced Homecoming weekend.

    Lee 2.0

    Are you a Lee alum with a son or daughter currently enrolled here? Well, we'd like to meet you and your student. Join us on Saturday at 4 p.m. in the lobby of the School of Religion for a late lunch or a super early dinner. I have three words for you … OPEN TACO BAR.

    Check-In Buffet Lunch

    Drop by the Science & Math Complex Great Room to let us know you’re here! Enjoy a complimentary lunch buffet from several campus restaurants. Registration remains open until 6 p.m. Check-in is the only place to get your official Homecoming 2013 T-Shirt. And you don’t want to miss this year’s tee!

    Alumni Grand Reunion

    All alumni are welcome as Lee celebrates the classes of ‘73, ‘83, ‘93 and ‘03 with this mega-party in the Paul Conn Student Union. Complete with tasty bites and a musical tour of the decades, Grand Reunion is a “must do” on your Homecoming checklist.

    Student Exhibits & Tailgate Party

    Come out and see what your old clubs have been up to at the Student Exhibits in the Nora Chambers parking lot, next to the Walker Arena. And stay around to grab a burger at the Tailgate Party. Lee’s Pep Band and cheerleaders will be on hand to amp up the fans as the Men’s Basketball team takes their traditional “Flame Walk” through the crowd and into the Walker Arena!

    Theatre Production- 33 Variations by Moises Kaufman

    33 Variations intertwines the dynamic story of two geniuses, Beethoven and musicologist Katherine Brandt, as they each face life-altering medical conditions. Nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Play in 2009, this powerful tale of hope and reconciliation traces the development of Beethoven’s famed masterpieces from a simple theme by a "nobody" music publisher into some of the greatest works ever written for the piano.

    Directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Dr. Christine Williams and featuring live piano throughout the performance by Siyao Li of Lee's School of Music, 33 Variations will be a hot ticket for music and theatre lovers alike. Make your reservations early!

    Tickets required.

    Child Care

    We will be offering complimentary child care again this year at our exceptional Early Learning Center. ELC will be open Friday, Nov. 1 from 6 p.m.-10 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 2 from 8 a.m. -11 a.m. and 6 p.m.–10 p.m. You must sign up for child care when you register.

    If you are interested in child care outside of the times provided, please contact cwyatt@leeuniversity.edu or joylewis@leeuniversity.edu for referrals.

     

    Alpha Gamma Chi’s 50th Anniversary

    Alpha Gamma Chi kicks off their milestone celebration with a golf tournament at Chatata Valley Golf Course on Friday, Nov. 1, followed by an Alumni Softball game and cookout on Souther Field. They will also hold a breakfast at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2, in the DeVos Recreation Center.

    Lee Singers 50th Anniversary

    Lee Singers celebrates their 50th anniversary with a reception at 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1 at the DeVos Recreation Center. Everyone is invited to attend the performance during Music Festival on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. With over 400 Lee Singers returning for this landmark reunion, we expect that tickets to this year’s event will go fast! Make your reservations early.

    Legacy Reunion 1918-1971 (Featuring Class of 1963)

    Come swap “When I was at Lee…” stories with friends old and new over dinner at this year’s Legacy Reunion featuring the class of 1963. Held in the John Nichols Room in the new Chapel, this event honors a cross-section of alumni from the generations who worked together to make Lee into the great institution it is today. RSVP required.

    Lawyers at Lee

    Are you a lawyer who attended Lee during your undergrad years? We’d like to reconnect with you at a special reception on Saturday. It’s an excellent opportunity to network and reconnect with other legal professionals who share the Lee University experience. RSVP required.

     

    Volley for a Cure

    It will be wall-to-wall pink as the Lady Flames take on Valdosta State at this year’s 7th annual Volley for a Cure game. Each year, Volley for a Cure raises over $20,000 for the Mary Ellen Locher Foundation of Chattanooga which provides scholarships to college students with a parent affected by breast cancer. Good game. Great cause.

    Homecoming Fun Run- “Dash Through the Decades”

    Join us for the 8th annual Homecoming Fun Run. Come in your best Flames’ running gear or be daring and ditch the shorts for your favorite apparel from a bygone decade (1910s to 1990s). Prizes for best costumes.

    Click for Homecoming Fun Run Registration

    Basketball Games

    This is the main event, ladies and gentlemen! First up, cheer on the 2012 Runner-Up National Champion Lady Flames as they play Bryan College at high noon, followed by an epic clash between longtime Men’s basketball rival, Tennessee Temple, at 2 p.m. Don’t miss a second on these two pulse-pounding games.

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