Sunday, October 5, 2008
Peru State College Night at the Vineyard
A gregarious group of around fifty Peru State College administrators, staff, faculty, and alumni gathered on Thursday, October 1, at the Schilling Bridge Winery and Microbrewery in Pawnee City, childhood home of Business Professor Bill Snyder.
The Peru State College Foundation and the National Alumni Association organized the event to raise funds for the Foundation's scholarship programs. And what an enjoyable way to celebrate the conclusion of a beautiful autumn day in Southeast Nebraska.
After short introductory speeches by Foundation President and Peru State Graduate Kent Propst, Interim President and Nebraska State College Chancellor Stan Carpenter, and Co-President of the PSC National Alumni Association Paul Fell (he serves as Co-President with his wife and fellow Peru State Alumna, Arlene), everyone enjoyed an evening of excellent wine, beer, food and fellowship.
I posted a few pictures and hope that the Foundation will sponsor similar events. As usual, feel free to download the images.
To learn more about the Peru State Foundation and the PSC National Alumni Association, start at this site.
When you get the chance, pay the Schilling Bridge Winery and Brewery a visit and sample the products. This link will provide you with ample information about the establishment in Pawnee City. I look forward to a return trip, this time for the dinner theater event on 5 December.