Founders' Day Dinner
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Founders' Day Dinner
The Founders' Day Dinner is a time when Luther College pauses each year to honour the individuals whose contributions allow the College to pursue its mission and fulfill its vision. Held in the fall, the evening is named in recognition of all those people, past and present, who have participated in the establishment and growth of the College.
Luther College's Distinguished Service Award, an award granted to individuals who have shown dedication to and support for Luther College and its mission, is also presented at the Dinner.
Founders' Day Dinner - November 16, 2017
Founders' Day Dinner 2017
Founders' Day Dinner Recognition Awards
Founders' Day Dinner honourees being recognized
Distinguished Service Award Recipient, Roland Miller, with Luther College President, Dr. Bryan Hillis and Mary Jesse
Berbel Knoll, Barb Christiansen - Distinguished Service Award recipient along with the late Al Christiansen - and Luther College President Dr. Bryan Hillis
The Christiansen Family