Lindsey is looking forward to completing her degree and joining her parents as fellow Brock alumni. Knowing the competition for teaching positions in Canada, she has plans to travel to Asia to learn more about the culture and to receive practical experience in the classroom.
During their visit on Homecoming weekend, the Abrams are looking forward to celebrating together as a family.
Kelley and Gary also plan on meeting up with good friends who live locally and who they have continued to stay connected with since university.
“We have plans to head to pub night on Friday and then return to campus on Saturday and view the wine cellar at Brock,” said Kelley.
The couple will receive a toast at the Alumni Recognition Reception as they get their Brock cameo pin on Saturday afternoon. The pin recognizes their successes and connection to Brock after graduating 25 or more years ago.
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