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Gayle Culver Hammitt ’64

By September 14, 2017 No Comments
Gayle Culver Hammitt '64

A previous AU majorette, she is now 75 and still teaches baton lessons. Both of our girls have taken lessons from her and we have gotten to know her very well. She is precious both inside and out, and no one loves AU more than this family.

She moved back to Auburn several years ago and now lives in the house she grew up in. It is a cute stone house with a War Eagle banner on front porch during football season!

She has such a rich history here, growing up in that house, her family renting out rooms to college students when she was a little girl, her involvement with AU band, and now still teaching baton lessons.

Photo of gayle culver hammitt in 1964

She had to adjust our baton lesson time this week because she’s in charge of the routine for the alumni majorettes and has to practice with them this week. I’m telling you, the media opportunities are endless with her and she is an absolutely precious piece of AU history!!

(Not to mention that she is a favorite of anyone who has ever watched the alumni band perform at HC!)

Submitted by Robyn Wilborn