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Return, Reminisce, & Reconnect with Fellow Gulls at Reunion Weekend 2019

Relive your glory days by returning to Endicott College for Reunion Weekend, June 7–9, 2019, and celebrate the milestones you have made since graduation. This year’s reunion celebrates class years that end with a four or a nine; though, as always, all alumni are invited to join in on this experience.

Dancing shoes optional
Reunion Weekend is full of fun opportunities that allow alumni to reconnect with former classmates and friends, including campus trolley tours where you’re able to see firsthand how the campus landscape has changed since you were a student, educational workshops, and of course the famous New England-style clambake and Strawberry Brunch.

To commence Reunion Weekend, attendees will gather at the Welcome Dinner on Friday evening to celebrate the achievements of two alumni award recipients—Alisa Kriekas de Gaspe Beaubien '94, recognized with the Outstanding Alumni Award, and Kerry Taylor MacDonald '10, recognized with the Eleanor Tupper Award.

Beaubien, who is CEO of North Shore-based Groupize, is highly involved with the College, including Alumni Council president, a Board of Trustee member, Reunion Weekend Committee volunteer, and most recently, was part of the Presidential Search Committee. MacDonald, who works for Electric Insurance in Beverly, Mass., is also an active member of the Endicott community as an Alumni Council member, GOLD Council member, a corporate ambassador, and a huge supporter of all alumni events.

The whole family is welcome at Reunion!
Director of Alumni Relations, Tory Pilbin '14 M'15, shares, “Alisa and Kerry have been integral members of the alumni community for many years. Both have volunteered their time to the Alumni Council—along with other College programs—and supported local alumni events, while excelling in their careers. Whenever the Alumni Office is in need of a helping hand from the alumni community, I know we can count on each of them. I'm proud to have both recipients represent Endicott within the greater North Shore community and have the opportunity to work alongside them through their various commitments to the College.”

The Outstanding Alumni Award was first presented in 1966 and is awarded during Reunion Weekend each year. The award exemplifies an alumna/us who has displayed achievement, integrity, character, and contributions within their profession, the community, and the Endicott Alumni Association. The Eleanor Tupper Award was established in 1979 by the Alumni Council in honor of the College’s co-founder, Eleanor Tupper. This award is one of the most prestigious awards given annually to a young alumna/us who, in the judgment of the Alumni Council and the Endicott Community, best exemplifies the qualities of excellence, consecration, and service.

An important tradition for alumni celebrating Reunion Weekend is supporting Endicott College with a reunion gift. Any gift made to Endicott before June 30 will count and can be designated anywhere you’d like. Gifts can be made at endicott.edu/onlinegiving or by texting ECREUNION to 41444. A check for the total funds raised by all reunion classes will be presented to Interim President, Dr. Kathleen Barnes, during the Reunion Welcome Dinner.

Up next for Reunion Weekend? Class years ending with a zero or five can start planning their return to campus in 2020 with former classmates.

If you haven’t registered yet and are interested in attending Reunion Weekend 2019, contact Pilbin at vpilbin@endicott.edu or 978-232-2109. Accommodations are available on campus or at the Wylie Inn.

For more information, visit endicott.edu/reunion.