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Faculty members acknowledged

Posted on May 29, 2014 | in A&E, Culture | by


Awards lined up at the Employee Recognition Gala on May 28. [Courtney Springer/ The Torch]

Over 100 members honored at event

Friends and family of Lane faculty gathered with their loved ones in the Center for Meeting and Learning, Building 19, for the annual Employee Recognition Gala on May 28.

The event kicked off with a retiree video, contributed by John and Roxanne Watson and Anxious Dog Productions.

Over 100 faculty members were acknowledged at the event. First, awards were given to faculty members with 10 years of service. Nearly 40 people were recognized.

Lane recognized approximately 20 faculty members for 20 years of service, eight members for 30 years and 37 other retirees.

Jeanne Harcleroad was the only faculty member recognized for 40 years of service.

During intermission, cake, fruit and refreshments were served. Dalton Lott, a performing arts student, played his guitar.

The awards were all made by Eugene business Aurora Glass.

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