Alumni

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Military Tattoo

with the NY-NJ Metro Juniata Club

In the tradition of the famous Edinburgh Tattoo, join Juniata alumni, family and friends for a day of bagpipe bands in all their splendor. Pipe and Drum bands from several states will gather to exhibit their talents in a wonderful show of pageantry. Against the backdrop of historic Trophy Point, the repository for military equipment captured by the US Army since American Revolution and one of the most beautiful vistas on the Hudson, this is a dramatic and unforgettable event. A tailgate atmosphere makes this an outing for all ages! While on base, also consider touring the visitors’ center, the museum and the campus.

Attendee List

17 registrants (Note: Some registrants may have chosen not to appear in this list.)

  • Ian Cannon
  • Kevin Cannon
  • Carol Connell Cannon '86
  • Beth Cox
  • Dan Cox '80
  • Dan Hueglin '71
  • Becky Huth (Raymond) '07
  • Howard Huth
  • Janet Huth
  • Ken Huth
  • Peter Lutz
  • Anne McGrath
  • Bruce Raymond
  • Nancy Raymond
  • Patty Reiner (Kirksey) '85
  • Vivien Warren '79


Location

Trophy Point
United States Military Academy
West Point, NY

Date

Sunday, April 14, 2013. Rain or Shine.

Time

Tattoo starts around 12 noon and ends approximately between 3:30-4:00 p.m.
Each vehicle entering USMA is searched. Please note that valid photo ID is required for all visitors over 16 years old.

Cost

Admission to USMA is free

Food

Bring your own tailgate goodies, including potent potables. A portable grill will be available for hamburgers, hotdogs and sausages.

RSVP

Register online by Monday, April 8, 2013. If you wish to register after the RSVP date, call Carol at 845-216-1303.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Carol Connell Cannon ’86 by e-mail or contact the Alumni Office by e-mail or by phone, toll-free, at 1-877-JUNIATA (586-4282).

Directions and Travel Information

For directions, click here.

Special thanks to NY-NJ Metro Club’s Carol Connell Cannon ’86, Dan Hueglin ’71, Patty Kirksey Reiner ’85 and Kevin Cannon for organizing this event!