WELCOME TO THE 

SCNAA 2020 REUNION

Hello Everyone!  Welcome to the 2020 Storer College National Alumni Association Reunion!  

I hope you are well, safe, and surrounded by loved ones while we wait for this coronavirus global pandemic to run its course.

 

My name is James Green, Jr., and I am the proud son and nephew of Storer graduates from the 1940s.  As President of the Storer College National Alumni Association, and on behalf of our entire Reunion team, I want you to know that we are delighted you are here with us today!

This unique experience is brought to you in a virtual space for the first time since Storer reunions began well over 100 years ago.  Our amazing team has done a fine job, demonstrating their creativity, adaptability, and ingenuity.

This has been a year of unimaginable change.  However, these unexpected circumstances have provided us an extraordinary opportunity to reach out to you virtually, from wherever you are, to connect, share and celebrate.

Many of you, and your relatives have spent time on the beautiful Storer campus in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.  So, I invite you now to remember it and to hold those favorite, precious images in your mind's eye.  By the way, if you have pictures from past reunions, we’d love to add them to our Gallery. 

Storer College was a place that was transformative for over 7,000 people.  Throughout this virtual tour, you will “meet” many students who went on to accomplish great things.  We have assembled a collage of incredible slideshows, photos, a lecture, and a documentary for your enjoyment.

Rarely does someone come to a reunion alone, so we hope that you will connect virtually with your family and friends, to reminisce and to celebrate the “little school on the hill.”  Perhaps you may want to plan a Zoom party, or share song playlists from the past, or exchange favorite recipes.

We want you to know that all the content is available when you want it - so you can enjoy it at your leisure and revisit the Reunion page many times.  Also, we hope that you will share your enthusiasm on social media and invite others to visit the Storer College Reunion page and join in the celebration.

In this time of uncertainty, let’s all be mindful to be good to ourselves and to extend loving grace to others.  Let the cornerstone of our Storer community gatherings always be, "I am better for having spent time with you."  May your Storer 2020 Virtual Reunion experience create many lasting and joy-filled memories.  Take care, be blessed, and stay healthy and safe!

Storer College Digital Collection

Storer College Digital Collection

This website features over 600 historical images of Storer College students, faculty, and the campus. The photographs are part of the Storer College archives collections available at the West Virginia & Regional History Center.

Storer College History Virtual Exhibit

Storer College History Virtual Exhibit

This page links to two slideshows that display the historical exhibit, Storer College: An American Phoenix. The exhibit was created by the West Virginia & Regional History Center in 2015 as part of the West Virginia Day celebration.

Storer College Alumni Slideshow

Storer College Alumni Slideshow

This slideshow features some selected educators, students, and graduates of Storer College. It was prepared by Katie Lehosit, Graduate Assistant at the West Virginia & Regional History Center.

Coralie Franklin Cook

Coralie Franklin Cook

Storyteller Ilene Evans portrays Coralie Franklin Cook, a Storer College graduate and later educator. This presentation was sponsored by the West Virginia University Libraries.

Recipes

Recipes

Enjoy these recipes of favorite picnic foods.

Madison Spencer Briscoe: Man of Substance and Science

Madison Spencer Briscoe: Man of Substance and Science

A documentary about Storer graduate, M. S. Briscoe, produced by filmaker Emma Dacol. To view this video, please contact Emma Dacol at emma.dacol@gmail.com for the password. Thank you.

TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE MATCH GAME

TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE MATCH GAME

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(A $50 donation is requested to support SCNAA Scholarships)

“Storer College was designed to be a place where young people could get all of those talents within them brought out to help them advance into a bright and hopeful world.”

Dr. Richard I. McKinney 

Storer College’s first African American President

Previous Reunion Clips

GALLERY

For rotation of each images please click on photos

Thank you for stopping by.  Hope you enjoyed!

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2020 Storer College National Alumni Association