CASNR's Homecoming Breakfast set for Oct. 20 in Red Raider Ballroom
By: Norman Martin
Officials with Texas Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources are inviting friends from across campus and the region to the college's 57th Annual Homecoming Breakfast on Saturday (Oct. 20) at Tech's Student Union Building at 15th Street and Akron Ave. in Lubbock.
The breakfast, which kicks-off at 8 a.m., will be held in the Red Raider Ballroom. Parking is available in lot R-13, east of Drane Hall. Attendees can enter the lot on University Ave. and 15th St. ADA shuttles will be available. The breakfast is free; however, to offset the cost program officials are encouraging a $15 donation.
"A college tradition since 1961, CASNR's Homecoming Breakfast gives our friends, faculty and staff an opportunity to enjoy food, fellowship, student club and organization booths, a photo booth and more," said CASNR Dean William Brown.
Following breakfast, other CASNR activities include the Department of Landscape Architecture hosting building tours for the department's renovated space in the CASNR Annex building located on the corner of 15th and Detroit.
Later in the day, the Red Raiders face the Kansas Jayhawks. Visit www.texastech.com for exact game time and details. For football ticket information contact the Athletic Ticket Office at (888) GO-BIG12 or (806) 742-4412, and for lodging information in Lubbock check www.visitlubbock.org.
CASNR officials note that there will be several activities on tap the day before the breakfast. Alumni, friends and supporters of Tech's Department of Animal and Food Sciences are invited to attend their annual "Friends & Family" event on Friday (Oct. 19) from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the department's livestock arena. Honorees will include the 2018 Hall of Fame Award winners, meat science award winners, and members of several former competitive teams including the 1988, 1998 and 2008 Meat Judging Teams.
Meanwhile, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday (Oct. 19) Tech's Agricultural Education and Communications Alumni Association will be hosting an alumni reunion at the National Ranching Heritage Center's Pitchfork Pavilion, located at 3121 4th Street. The party will be come-and-go with a brief alumni association meeting following the meal. Admission is free, but a $15/plate donation is encouraged to help cover costs.
Students with the Wildlife Society at Texas Tech are hosting their 4th Annual Game Dinner & Raffle starting at 6:30 p.m. on Friday (Oct. 19) at the American Wind Power Museum at 1701 Canyon Lake Drive. Alumni and friends of Tech's Department of Natural Resources Management are welcome, and all are encouraged to bring their favorite game-dish, or simply come by to visit and meet current undergraduate/graduate students and faculty from the department. Admission is free with a prepared dish or a $10 donation is encouraged to provide funds for competitions and student travel to professional meetings.
CONTACT: Tracee Murph, Coordinator of Alumni Relations, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2802 or email@example.com
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