SAVE THE DATE…….
Hello everyone! By now the “Save The Date” postcard for the 89th 2019 annual AKAA reunion is making its’ way to all of you and should land in your mailbox soon if not already. That will hopefully prompt you to come here to the website and see the changes we have made to the website making it easier to navigate and provide the membership with information you need. All the information needed about the reunion such as reunion registration / schedules, hotel reservations, etc. are now on the web site. Special thanks to Wade Johnson for the updates to the web site and to Peter Blaise for design and coordination of the postcard. The AKAA has the “best of the best” when it comes to supporting this organization, but I am humbled to see the professional and family style support coming out of our board members and appointed officers. As AKAA President I am so honored to be in this position working with this team. Our primary focus as the AKAA leadership team is to provide the alumni membership an alumni organization that will continue to thrive and keep the legacy alive and well for years to come. That said, what are you hungry for when you don’t know what you are hungry for? Maybe it is something like getting that axe out and getting your fix on some good jazz, more swing, a Big Band Party, or just a great opportunity to take your family on a relaxing weekend to see some old friends, hang out by the pool, and hear the best music ever made! Well, we have a great party planned for you. All you have to do is show up. We need your presence and help to keep the Auburn Knights legacy alive.
Make your plans to attend and bring as many people with you as you can to the loveliest village on the plains, Sweet Auburn. We need to fill up the room on both performance evenings. The more the merrier. Think about all the great past memories and the new great memories you make by attending this year’s Auburn Knights Reunion. We look forward to seeing you there!
Long Live The Knights! https://auburnknightsalumni.org/
Joe Daughtry, AKAA President