Living and working in Washington, D.C., is never boring with today's political climate. Then again, a 46-year career in journalism has taken Bob Reid '65 to some interesting places in interesting times.
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The Christ School Alumni Council presents Beast & Barrels
Open-Fired Cooking & Barrel-Aged Libations
October 26, 2018 • 6:00 PM
Shuttle will depart from Hilton Biltmore Town Park at 5:45
Location: Rugby – Westfeldt Grange – 1011 The Carriage Road Fletcher, NC 28732
Please note the entrance is off of Fannings Bridge Road. Keep straight for a mile and do not turn until you come to an intersection and dead end. Signs will point you in the right direction.
If you have any questions contact Dan Stevenson at 828-458-9369
Donations welcome. All additional proceeds will be donated to the ALF as a gift from the Alumni.
Nearly 100 boys are already back for Early Sports. Lush grass fields are lined for practice and play. And the new Close-Krieger Athletic Center has been fully-operational for months now, offering indoor workout opportunities unlike any before at Christ School.
Yes, you could say it's a good time for Eric Thorp '01 to be taking over as Athletic Director for his alma mater. And you would get no argument from this Greenie.
Townsend Tanner '03 says point-blank that his diploma from Christ School is skyrocketing in value, far more than any stock certificate.
Baseball in March is many things, but it is never boring. Look no further than Ryan Zwier '16 and his team at Washington College (Md.).
Golden tone may take on a literal meaning if Mitch Aiken '04 can make it as a voice over artist.
Anthony Vaglica '15 is right where he's meant to be, both with baseball and life.