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Auburn Knights alumnus Bob Greenhaw, 1965, will present "The Auburn Knights Legacy: 85 Years of Big Band Swing" Wednesday, June 24, at 3 p.m. in the Goodwin Room of the Alumni Center. 

Greenhaw retired in 1999 after a distinguished career as a music educator and performer. His many professional honors include being named the first recipient of the "Outstanding Jazz Educator in Georgia" and being named as the first director of the jazz component of the Georgia Governor's Honors Program. 

As a woodwind performer, Greenhaw has appeared with notables such as Bob Hope, Anita Bryant and Frank Sinatra Jr. He remains active as a saxophonist, often appearing with the current Auburn Knights Orchestra and other musical ensembles. He is also very active in Auburn's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, or OLLI at Auburn, program both as a student and instructor. 

His entertaining multi-media program includes photographs and video clips that tell the story of the 85-year history of the Auburn Knights, one of the great traditions that make Auburn such a special place.