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KCU Alumni: Bricks For Benches
Preserving Our Heritage
The demolition of Neal Hall was completed recently and while the building itself no longer stands, the memories that were made there live on. Since the initiation of this project, a number of alumni have shared stories of their time in Neal Hall and the positive impact KCU has had on their lives.
"My years at KCC (Neal) were the best – 1980-1983!" - Suzy White-Cassara ('83)
"Greta and I walked the 'Neal Hall Circle' many times and I proposed to her there 54 years ago. She accepted, just for the record." - Wayne Meece ('60)
"Most of all, KCC/KCU made me a much stronger and focused Christian and for this I will be eternally grateful." - Claudia Young Jones ('69)
For this reason, our Alumni Office has decided to offer you a once in a lifetime opportunity to preserve a piece of KCU History and ensure that today’s students have the same opportunity to create lasting memories and a legacy worthy of remembrance.
The BRICKS-FOR-BENCHES PROJECT works like this! Everyone who makes a $50 Donation (Plus S&H) to the Project will receive a brick from Neal Hall, along with a keepsake photo and poem by Jackie Brant. Every dollar that is earned as a result of these donations will go towards the purchase and installation of new benches on campus. A bench will help preserve the legacy of Neal Hall, while enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the campus and the surrounding community.
We have a limited number of bricks set aside, so be sure to reserve yours today!
Join us in preserving our heritage and investing in the future of KCU by making your $50 Gift Today!