The Fifth Bi-Annual “Willie/Cat” Golf Memorial Tournament will be held during Homecoming and Hyllningsfest weekend on October 4 starting at 10 a.m. at the Salina Municipal Golf Course. Proceeds will benefit the Terrible Swede Sculpture Project in remembrance of Bruce Nelson and Kim Wilson, members of the class of 1975, with a special remembrance of Robert “Al” Hehre and Kim Wallace.
Nearly 200 guests joined Bethany College to break new ground on May 18 on the amphitheatre lawn and celebrate the new Bud Pearson Swedish Chapel and J.E. and L.E. Mabee Welcome Center and the education initiative called Bethany Pathway.
Summer, fall, interterm, and spring graduates participated in baccalaureate worship and commencement ceremonies on campus. The event was live tweeted using the hashtag #bcgrads2013 to celebrate with both on- and off-campus Bethany community members. View the photo gallery of the event courtesy Turner Photography.
Bethany College will host a public groundbreaking celebration for the Bud Pearson Swedish Chapel and Mabee Welcome Center on May 18 at 3 p.m. on the Amphitheatre lawn.
Gordon Eller ’64 donates trees, shrubs, and plants for campus landscaping to Bethany every year. This April, he also donated blueberry bushes and vegetable plants for the community garden. Eller is a retired orthopedic surgeon and has a nursery and landscaping business in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
During its winter retreat, the Bethany College Board of Directors focused on continued strategic planning for the bright future of the college.
The two-day retreat was divided into four conversations and occurred at two locations. The first day was held at Office This in southeast Wichita, the site of Bethany’s partnership with MindFire Academy. The second day was held at the McPherson Country Club.
The Bank of Tescott has created an annual Bethany College scholarship with a preference for students from Lindsborg as well as from McPherson county. Mike Sample, chief financial officer; Debbie Jacobson, Lindsborg branch manager; Bethany College President Edward F. Leonard III, and Adam Lackey, credit analyst, are pictured after the scholarship was finalized. Thank you for supporting Bethany students!
LINDSBORG, KAN., February 14, 2012— Bethany College has accepted a $500,000 challenge grant from the J. E. and L. E. Mabee Foundation to complete fundraising for the Bud Pearson Swedish Chapel and Welcome Center, a new building located at the heart of campus to provide hospitality for all who worship, visit, learn, and work in the Bethany community. Continue reading
Bethany College Alumni in the Manhattan area are invited to attend a social gathering on July 12 at Little Apply Brewing Co. (1110 Westloop) from 5:30-7 p.m.
Area alumni and friends of the college are invited to get an update on Bethany College and socialize with other Bethany alumni. Appetizers and memorabilia will be provided.
All friends and supporters of Bethany College are invited to a reception on March 6 in support of the Bethany in Kansas annual-fund campaign.
Guests are encouraged to bring contributions or pledges for the 2010 Bethany College annual fund. A reception will be held from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in at the Swedish Country Inn in downtown Lindsborg. Light refreshments will be served.
President Ed Leonard will give a presentation about the college, as well as offer a question and answer session. Bethany College students and staff will also be available.