Join us from 6 to 8 p.m. for a very special evening of history, friendship and celebration at the Mill City Museum, 704 S. 2nd Street, Minneapolis, for the Alumni & Friends Reception and Dunwoody College Pictorial History Display.
No RSVP is required. Alumni, friends and the public are welcome.
For further information contact email@example.com, or call 612-381-3064.
Dunwoody College, celebrating its Centennial in 2014, will hold a pictorial show at Mill City Museum highlighting the College’s history and the impact Dunwoody has had on the local community – from the founders William and Kate Dunwoody, to the present day. Featuring historic photographs of the past 100 years, the show will run through Oct. 5.
William H. Dunwoody was the primary share holder of Washburn Crosby Company (now General Mills) and his involvement in the greater milling community was instrumental in making Minneapolis the Flour Milling Capital of the World for 50 years – it was Mill City. Dunwoody is delighted to join with Mill City Museum a hundred years later to celebrate this relationship.
William and Kate Dunwoody were prominent citizens of their time and helped build many significant institutions that survive in today – General Mills, Wells Fargo, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Northwestern National Bank, and of course Dunwoody College of Technology.
Dunwoody College’s influence continues today as a leader in technical education and a producer of alumni who continue to make an impact on the community. Alums such as M.A. Mortenson (Mortenson Construction), Howard Lund (Lund Boats), and Maurice Wagner (Morrie’s Automotive) are just a few examples of Dunwoody Colleges continued impact on the community.