Registered Attendees
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NameClass of
Philip M. Brown1964
Lizzie G. Eason2017
Julie A. Estlick1992
Madeleine M. Hardt2017
Sarah K. Hibbs-Shipp1996
Ross W. Jacobsen1981
Katherine A. Kramer1976
Sonia D. Meeter1990
Kelsey L. Montgomery2011
Abigail H. Shipp
Thomas Shipp
Daniel Silvey
Kathleen A. Thompson1996
Kevin Thompson
Kiely M. Thompson
Klaire M. Thompson2027
Mark F. Trocinski1999
Shannon R. Walker-Silvey2008
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Grinnell-on-the-Front Range Summer Picnic

Renata Heberton '06, the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, and the Office of Admission invite all members of the Grinnell community and their families in the area to the Grinnell-in-Denver summer picnic. See old friends, make new ones, and give a special welcome to the just-graduated class of 2017 and the entering class of 2021.

4–7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5
Angelica Village
5455 W. Virginia Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80226

Please register with the Office of Development and Alumni Relations online below or by phone at 866-850-1846. Online registration will remain open through Saturday, July 29. Please note that the Registered Attendees list to the left does not display guests nor all registrants, and is therefore not fully representative.

Potluck instructions

Please bring a dish to share with others based on the list below.

If your last name begins with:
A–G ― please bring a main dish
H–N ― please bring a side dish or salad
O–T ― please bring a beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)
U–Z ― please bring a dessert

As the host, Renata will provide a number of main dishes, as well as a variety of lawn and party games. You are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, if you are able.

The Angelica Village youth will provide musical entertainment, and we encourage you to bring your instruments if you would like to join.


Parking is available along W. Virginia Avenue and along S. Depew Street, south of W. Virginia Avenue.

We look forward to seeing you!

Renata Heberton '06 received the Joseph F. Wall '41 Service Award in 2016 for her work with Angelica Village, an intentional housing community: "Through love, care, and sustained mutual support, Angelica Village nurtures conscious community living spaces where people with special abilities, families seeking refuge from war and violence, individuals and families experiencing homelessness, and fellow community partners receive what they need and share what they can." Angelica Village is always accepting clothes, food, toys, diapers, and gift card donations to support their youth and families. If you are inspired to bring any of these items, they would be deeply grateful. Learn more about the Joseph F. Wall '41 Service Award at and Angelica Village at​

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Saturday August 5
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Online registrations for this event are now closed. Please call to register at 866-850-1846.