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June 2019

"From the rising of the sun to its setting, the name of the LORD is to be praised!"
-- Psalm 113:3

Dear Concordia Alumna/us,
 
As we begin the month of June, our minds turn toward vacations, beaches, swimming, cook-outs, baseball, and time with good friends. We certainly would enjoy seeing you on campus this summer or at one of our upcoming events. Please take a look at the stories and calendar listing below for opportunities. And, as you surely remember, CUAA is especially beautiful in the summertime. As always, y ou don't need a reason to return to your alma mater. If you would like to take a tour, feel free to reach out to our alumni relations department at 734-995-7318 or via email at  alumni@cuaa.edu . We hope you and your family have a fabulous summer. Hope to see you soon!
Next weekend symphony orchestra performs free concert on Concordia campus
June 8

Concordia has hosted hundreds of concerts in its 56-year existence, but none quite like this.  On Saturday, June 8, 2019, the full 69-piece  Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra  will perform as CUAA's featured  Kreft Arts Program  guest. The free, family-friendly event, titled "River Sounds in the Key of A2," will take place on Concordia's campus, nestled on the banks of the Huron River.  Members of the community are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the 80-minute concert on the grasses under the summer evening sky. For more information, click here We are also in search of alumni volunteers to serve as greeters and ushers at the event. Click here to volunteer.
Don't forget: RSVP by June 3 to attend Living Grace, featuring Pat Maier
June 13

Attention, ladies! Join us June 13 for the spring Living Grace women's luncheon, which will be held from  11 am -1 pm in the CUAA Campus Manor Tent. Alumna Pat Maier ('77), co-founder of Visual Faith Ministry and co-illustrator of The Enduring Word Bible, will be our guest speaker on the topic of "Burdens or Blessings: Finding God's Goodness When Life is Hard." This women's luncheon costs $25. Please click here for more information and to register.
Class of 1969 reconnects at their 50th reunion at Concordia University

On May 18-19, 2019, nearly 30 members of the Concordia Lutheran Junior College (CLJC) class of 1969 gathered for their 50-year reunion at Concordia University Ann Arbor. C oncordia first launched 50-year reunions in 2015 to honor CLJC's first-ever graduating class from 1965 and has held a reunion each commencement weekend since. The long-time friends and alumni spent time in fellowship reminiscing with one another and reconnecting with their alma mater. To read more about the fun event, click here.

Two alumni receive special awards for at commencement

Congratulations to alumni Rev. David Davis ('79) and Rev. Terry Cripe ('74) who were recognized at commencement with awards for excellence and service. Click here to read more about these outstanding alumni and the others who received awards. 
Meet some of our newest alumni and uncommon graduates

Last month, 148 Concordia University Ann Arbor students walked across the commencement stage. The graduation candidates were students who spent their years at CUAA developing in mind, body, and spirit for uncommon lives of service and impact.  Get to know a few of these new alumni now by clicking here.

Business students get opportunity to work behind scenes at Leadercast

Six students in the  Haab School of Business recently had an opportunity to travel to Atlanta to work behind the scenes of Leadercast, the world's largest leadership conference. Alison Rein, Peter Morrison, Leah Refenes, Kenneth McArdle, Tris'styn Williams, and Ali Milot  were responsible for multiple aspects of this event including taking photos and posting to social media, managing book signings, talent management, maintaining the green rooms for talent, VIPs, sponsor areas, and more. In addition to their job duties, many students got to listen to or observe part of the conference and take in many stories and suggestions from highly regarded leaders from all industries.

Meet us out at the ballpark for a Whitecaps game and tailgate event
July 25

Alumni, parents, and friends are invited July 25 to a joint CUW/CUAA  Western Michigan Whitecaps game event at Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park, MI. It's  Chuck Norris live-action bobblehead night at the park, while supplies last. Ticket packages include a ballpark buffet meal and r eserved seating for the game. For more information, click here
School of Nursing collecting supplies for global clinical trips

T he School of Nursing is collecting items for their global clinical trips in July to Kenya, Belize, and Romania. Can you help by donating some of the needed items: balloons, small toys, gum,  coloring  books, glue sticks, toothbrushes, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, Ace wraps, thermometers, glucometers, Tylenol , Benadryl, Aleve? Items can be dropped in designated bins on campus or brought to the School of Nursing. For more information, contact Leah at 734-995-7462. Thank you!

Calling all alumni band members! Save the date for Homecoming
October 5

Alumni band members are invited to return to campus and be part of our homecoming game festivities. Don't worry...we won't ask you to march. Just bring your own instrument and play. We will have a rehearsal on Homecoming morning with coffee, juice, and donuts. Please contact Bill Perrine to let us know you are coming at  william.perrine@cuaa.edu or via telephone at (734) 995-7232. Hope to see you there!
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2018-19 Academic Theme - More than Conquerors
.... No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.  For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.

-- Romans 8:31-39
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