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May 15, 2002

ULM Golden Society Holds Induction For Class Of 1952

The University of Louisiana at Monroe will honor the class of 1952 at the annual Golden Society Dinner. The invitation-only dinner will be held this Friday, May 17, at 5:30 p.m. in the Anna Gray Noe Alumni Center.

In May 1983, the ULM Alumni Association organized the Golden Society to recognize and honor the University's 50-year graduates. A celebration is held in conjunction with Spring Commencement weekend in May, which focuses on a Reunion Banquet to induct each new class. Each year members of the previous class are invited back to the celebration to visit old friends and receive updated information on ULM. Members from every class have continued attending from as far away as Florida and California.

This year's inductees into The Golden Society , the class of 1952, are the first 4-year class from ULM to be inducted.

All media invited.

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