Central Pennsylvania (CPA) Alumni Club
Naylor Wine Cellars/Vineyard
August 27, 2005
to view pictures of the event
Take Juniata College alumni, family and friends, add in good food, wine
and the sounds of a big band and what have you got? A wonderful evening
and a comfortable and excellent party atmosphere. Fellow Juniatians gathered
in Stewartstown, PA (south of York) on Saturday, August 27th at Naylor Wine
Cellars/Vineyard for an enjoyable evening.
A total of 20 people associated with Juniata were in attendance ranging in class years from the 1950s through the 1990s. Overall, there were over 530 folks on hand for the Summer Sounds '05 Festival at Naylor Wine Cellars/Vineyard.
The evening started with wine tasting and light food and continued with wine tasting and dinner for most in attendance. There was excellent food being served by a group that had a booth set up for the evening. Around 7:30 p.m. a big band started the entertainment portion of the fesitival and over 70 percent of the folks in attendance hit the dance floor immediately. Wine tasting continued throughout the evening which ended around 10:00 p.m. Many Juniata stories and experiences were exchanged throughout the night and it was wonderful to see some new faces at the event.
Check out the photo gallery above to see some of the fun that was enjoyed by those in attendance!
Special thanks goes to Amy Chamberlin '94, who organized and hosted the event. In addition, thank you to Dan O'Sullivan who provided excellent volunteer support the evening of the event.
If you are interested in helping organize an event, or if you have ideas for other alumni events in your area, please do not hesitate to email Bub Parker '91 in the alumni relations office at email@example.com.
If you want to reconnect with Juniata and your fellow alumni check out our Volunteer Opportunities and the upcoming events on the Calendar of Events schedule.
A special thanks to everyone who attended. If you attended, let us know what you thought of it by filling out our on-line Post Event Evaluation.