Golden Ibis Society
Every year we celebrate the achievements and contributions of our graduates that make up the Golden Ibis Society. For more than 50 years they have left an indelible mark on the legacy of the University of Miami. This annual event is a great opportunity to catch up with long-time friends, tell tall tales, and celebrate as we induct new classes into the society. It is a wonderful and cherished tradition, celebrated during the Alumni Weekend and Homecoming Festivities:
SAVE THE DATE!
37th Annual Golden Ibis Society
Celebration Brunch and Open House
Sunday, November 10, 2013
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Robert and Judi Prokop Newman Alumni Center
Business Casual Attire Requested
Complimentary Valet Parking Provided
The morning will feature cocktails, brunch, music, tours of the Newman Alumni Center, and a group photo. The library will also be open to peruse yearbooks and alumni works.
As a special tribute to our newest members, the Classes of 1962 and 1963 will be officially inducted into the Golden Ibis Society.
The Golden Ibis Society, formerly known as the Old Timers Society, is a long-standing society that was started in 1975 by the late Ruth Linder Sutton, A.B. ’30, and led for 22 years by Helene Putnam Kichefski, B.B.A. ’42.
This tradition continues to be an unforgettable event during Alumni Weekend and Homecoming. Gather among friends to celebrate the past, present, and future of our most cherished graduates!
To learn more about the history of the Golden Ibis Society and view past celebration photos, please visit our group page at: http://www6.miami.edu/alumni/groups/goldenibis.htm