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TLU welcomes alumni during Homecoming 2017 events
Posted on 10/6/2017 8:38:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- This weekend marks Homecoming 2017 at Texas Lutheran University Oct. 6-7.  Ashlie Ford, director of marketing and communications, says TLU will be offering a weekend full of reunions, golf, award ceremonies and tailgating opportunities.
 
She says TLU is especially inviting local alumni to join them in the festivities. She says some of those events even provide a sneak peek into the new Caroline M. Weston Center for the Performing Arts being built in conjunction with Jackson Auditorium.
 
"There's actually going to be several hard hat tours of the new Weston Center for the Performing Arts and there will be two performances of the Fantastiks Musical in our brand new studio theatre on Friday, October 6 at 2:30 and again another matinee at 2:30 on Sunday, October 8. So we encourage the community to come to that as well, but definitely alumni, their families, current students, faculty staff, we're very excited to have that new venue and to have that show there," said Ford.
 
Alumni and the Seguin community are especially invited to this year's Homecoming game between TLU and the Louisiana College. Kick-off is at 6 p.m. at Bulldog Stadium. A complete TLU Homecoming schedule can be found at www.tlu.edu/homecoming.
Texas Lutheran University

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