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Catawba College Music Department to Present Twentieth Annual Service of Lessons and Carols

November 21, 2007
Category: Events, Music
For the twentieth consecutive year, the Catawba College Department of Music will present its annual Service of Lessons and Carols, on Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 and December 6, in the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on campus. This will be a premier event for Paul E. Oakley, Catawba College's new…
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Catawba College Music Department to Present Twentieth Annual Service of Lessons and Carols

November 21, 2007
Category: Events, Music
For the twentieth consecutive year, the Catawba College Department of Music will present its annual Service of Lessons and Carols, on Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 and December 6, in the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on campus. This will be a premier event for Paul E. Oakley, Catawba College's new…
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The Journey of Self Exploration: 2008 Lilly Center Alumni Retreat

November 20, 2007
Category: Alumni, Events
The goal of the Alumni Retreat is to promote the search for a meaningful, fulfilling vocation for all Catawba College Alumni. ;;;When: This Retreat will be held for all Alumni and spouses May 30th, 31st, and June 1st 2008.;;Where: on the Campus of Catawba College;;Cost: The retreat will cost $50…
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The Journey of Self Exploration: 2008 Lilly Center Alumni Retreat

November 20, 2007
Category: Alumni, Events
The goal of the Alumni Retreat is to promote the search for a meaningful, fulfilling vocation for all Catawba College Alumni. ;;;When: This Retreat will be held for all Alumni and spouses May 30th, 31st, and June 1st 2008.;;Where: on the Campus of Catawba College;;Cost: The retreat will cost $50…
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Charles Dickens Takes the Stage in Catawba's Production of "A Christmas Carol"

November 16, 2007
Category: Events, Theatre Arts
Charles Dickens as a character in his "A Christmas Carol," indebted to the miserly Scrooge?   Catawba College's Blue Masque production of A Christmas Carol offers this for theatre-goers to consider, breaking with the standard Hollywood production of this work."From the initial street side greeting…
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