Power Day: April 27, 2017
Bulldogs Across the Nation!
Thank you Bulldogs!
We reached $72,790 in gifts from 188 donors on Power Day.
Donations made through the weekend raised the total to $90,915. Thank you for supporting our students and helping Power the Future of MC!
Proud to support the finest private college in the Midwest! Go Bulldogs!!!
Thank you for all the great work that you do! My time at McPherson is extremely special to me, and that’s because of the great people like you. Go Bulldogs!
I will always be grateful for McPherson College’s community and great education.
It’s a joy to give back to the place that gave me so much!
I will be glad to get a McPherson T-shirt to wear at Annual Conference in June! Living in North Manchester, I am at Manchester University events regularly. I tell people we have several ones here who are McPherson grads ‘leaven the loaf’ at Manchester! :)
The connections I made at McPherson has shaped me into the person I am today. The experiences and opportunities for leadership and development through McPherson have been priceless!
MAC will always be a second home for me, and continues to be for current students. Thank you for all you do!
Bulldog all day long!
I have so many wonderful memories of my time at McPherson! Go Bulldogs!!
I loved my time at MC. Enjoy coming for First Nighters.
Did not graduate but I hold McPherson College very near to my heart.
Tell Wayne Andy says hi and let Bruce Clary know that Andy still thinks about gloves.
Because Dave Barrett is the MAN!!! Even if he does like the Cowboys.
Happy to give and excited about the future of the design program.
Love the coast to coast theme this year and love my McPherson family!
This Swede (Ryan) and friend of MC (Mark) are proud of where the ‘Dogs are going! Maybe our 7th grade son will end up at Mac.
I had the best experience at Mac while I was a student! MC is my Home! So many caring and loving people that I call my Family! I’m giving because of all the Alumni who gave to me for my scholarships while I was a student! #BulldogPride
I love that McPherson introduced me to so many of my life-long friends (including my very beautiful wife). But also, McPherson College introduced me to the person I was ready to grown up and become. Thank You for continuing that tradition with our future bulldog family!
Go Bulldogs!!! ~Rikki & Aaron
Great to see Dave (Prez! Coach! Mentor!) and Roger in AZ recently. Go Bulldogs! :)
Happy to give back to an amazing place that gave me so much!
I’m not an alumni of MC but am a Bulldog by choice. I love this place!
It’s a great day to be a bulldog!
Thanks for all you do for MAC!
Congrats on Power Day Mac Bulldogs!
I truly loved my time at McPherson and how it not only prepared me for life, but made me want to explore what the world had to offer. The relationships I built there are incredibly special to me, some of those people I still talk to daily. From faculty and staff to my teammates, I have friends around the country. The people of McPherson College are second to none.
Keep this going!
Dave, you rock!!!! Go Bulldogs!
It is a great day in bulldog nation on Power Day 2017!
Good Luck today!
Congratulations to Mac on Power Day! My Facebook feed has been flooded with McPherson College posts this month. It’s bringing back such great memories of my time there.
It’s a great day to be a Bulldog!
I spent 10 years at Mac College as a student and employee, and I will never forget how it impacted my life. I met my now lifelong friends, husband, and co-workers that supported my career ambitions, including President Michael Schneider. Go Bulldogs!
Thanks for all you do!
Proud to be a MC AR alum! Go Bulldogs!
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Power Day Updates
Equity Bank gives to Power Day!
Thanks to Equity Bank and MC alums Patrick Salmans ’90, Julie Huber ’92 and Brad Elliott ’89 for their gift of $5,000 to Power Day!
A gift from the Paul Family!
Ken Paul and Brent Paul ’00 present a $20,000 Power Day gift to Michael Schneider ’96 and David Barrett ’90.
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