Warm up your Thanksgiving appetite with fellow Augsburg alumni at the Delta Dental Turkey Day Run Minneapolis! Since 1989, the Turkey Day Run has brought family, friends and now Augsburg alumni together to start this special day in a healthy way. Join us as we run, jog and walk to finish line and celebrate everything we’re thankful for. We are hoping all Auggies can gather in front of the Cowles Center by 7:40 a.m. so we can take a group photo at 7:45 a.m. before the race begins!
Augsburg alumni receive a special promo code to save $5 on race registration, and if you’re a LifeTime Fitness member, you can save another $5 on registration. Make certain you bring a food donation for Second Harvest Heartland!
More details and information on how to sign up below:
- Race date: Thursday, November 24th at 8:00 a.m.
- Promo code: AUGSBURGALUMNI (no spaces)
- Race registration:
o $35-$39 (Adults timed and non-timed)
o $15 (Youth)
o $5 (Kids care)
o $45-$49 (Adults timed and non-timed)
o $20 (Youth)
o $5 (Kids care)
Feel free to share this with any Auggie alumni, current students, or Auggie family members. Email Katie Radford on the Alumni Relations staff if you have any questions at email@example.com.
We hope to see you there!
Young Alumni Council
Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference this Earth Day? Enjoy networking with Auggie alumni and some current students who need a study break! Want to learn more about gardening and don’t mind getting your hands a little dirty? With groundbreaking preparations afoot for a new building on campus, the community garden needs your help!
The community garden serves as a place to connect the campus and community through food. In order to continue to fulfill this mission there’s a lot of work to do – raised beds to beautify, pollinator gardens to rework, and all general love and care is appreciated. All of this will help gardeners start the season off right. Come ready to learn, dig, and “grow”!
What: Augsburg Community Garden Earth Day Volunteering and Celebration
Who: All Augsburg alumni are invited to assist a small group of student volunteers on this joint project
When: Earth Day, Friday, April 22, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Where: Augsburg College Community Garden—Corner of South 7th St. & 20th Ave. South, near parking lot G
What to bring: wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty. Gloves, tools, and gardening 101 education provided!
Proudly hosted by the Young Alumni Council
The Young Alumni Council is proud to announce the first elected President, Rosine Johnson ’10, and Vice-President, Evan Decker ’12. These positions have been added in preparation for anticipated council growth in engagement opportunities for young alumni. We are currently looking for additional young alumni who are seeking advanced leadership and professional board development experience, while expanding the opportunities for alumni connections to Augsburg College and other alumni. For more information or to apply, please visit our site.
To qualify, you must be within the last ten years of graduation. Visit the Young Alumni Council page for more information.
President: Rosine Johnson ’10
Rosine Mina Johnson graduated in 2010 with a BA in Political Science with a Public Policy Concentration and minored in International Relations. After graduation, she chose to attend Minnesota State University Mankato to receive a Master’s in Public Administration degree, and graduated with high honors in December of 2012. She currently holds a few public sector administrative positions with Hennepin County and local city governments such as the City of Edina and Richfield. Rosine gives back to her community by working with youth ministries at Christ the King Lutheran Church and serves on the church council as well. She also volunteers at local charities and organizations. She loves to be with people, laugh, travel, be silly, cook, garden, ski, read, keep up with current events and politics, and attend Zumba and dance classes.
Vice-President: Evan Decker
graduated in 2012 with a double major in MIS and Management. While at Augsburg he participated in several activities on campus, including football, the Augsburg Business Organization, and working in the IT department. After graduation, he pursued a career in information systems because it combined two of his passions: business and technology. He currently works as an IT project manager and does consulting projects on the side. Evan joined the council in 2015 because he wants to give back to the college and further develop his leadership skills. Outside of work he enjoys anything away from screens—lifting weights, reading, DIY home improvement projects, hanging out with his cats, and riding his motorcycle.