The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations thanks all those who returned to campus to take part in Homecoming 2012 and we trust you enjoyed your time at your Alma Mater.
Many, many photos were taken and below is just a sampling. To see more Homecoming photos, please visit Tusculum College’s Facebook page.
Visiting during the Friday evening dinner were from left, Ralph McKnight '52, Peggy McKnight, Marge Wander, Joan Mackey McKnight '52 and Jean Oakes Olcott '52.
Sally Goodman Gentsch '62 was not able to attend Golden Pioneer activities at the May commencement. She received her Golden Pioneer medallion from Tusculum President Nancy B. Moody during the tailgate.
Members of the "Shiloh" band from the 1970s performed as part of the Old Oak Festival sneak peak on Friday afternoon in the Pioneer Perk.
Alumni from the 1970s and 1980s reminiscence during the Saturday evening dinner.
The Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment won the "best tasting chili" in the chili cookoff.
The Office of Graduate and Professional Studies with its "high society chili" theme won the "best showmanship" trophy for the chili cookoff.
Winners of the gross division of the Homecoming Golf Tournament were Justin Aldridge ’02’04, Michael Holt ’02, Rob Redelman ’06 and Danny Woodbury ’02.
Winners of the net division of the Homecoming Golf Tournament were Cody Greene '08, left, Richard Winant '69 and Greg Pielich '69 (not pictured) along with honorary teammate Susan Crum '91.
A trip to Bright's Zoo allowed alumni and a few students the opportunity to learn about the endangered and rare animals there.
The Tusculum College Marching Band and Dance Team were joined at halftime of the Homecoming football game by the “Blues Brothers” (Tusculum Dean of Students David McMahan, from left, Honey McCleish, and Tusculum Student Body President Steven Hollingshead) and the Kevin Wilder Group.
The Tusculum Marching Band performed during parade, tailgate, pregame and halftime. They were joined by the Tusculum Dance Team, below.
The cheerleaders and band boosted the "Pioneer Spirit" at the tailgate.
Homecoming activities wound down on Sunday with a farewell breakfast and chapel service at the Thomas J. Garland Library.