Ice Cream Social Slated for Sept. 11

Ice Cream Social Slated for Sept. 11

Sophomore psychology major Catherine Wiist invited freshmen, faculty and staff, and alumni to the annual Ice Cream Social on Sunday, Sept. 11.

Alumni, faculty, staff and families of Southwestern are invited to enjoy homemade ice cream with their former classmates, students, and teachers at Southwestern’s Annual Ice Cream Social on Sunday, Sept. 11.

Alumni, faculty, staff and families are encouraged to help welcome incoming freshmen to Southwestern.  The event will include homemade ice cream, cookies, watermelon, live music. Prizes will be given away.

The Ice Cream Social is schedule for the Hopps Museum and Welcome Center in Keene, 6 from 7 p.m.  If you would like to bring your favorite homemade ice cream, contact Bev Mendenhall at (817)-202-6232 or bevm@swau.edu.

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