Summer 2010 Alabama Independent School Association Announces Springwood School as the AISA State PRESIDENT’S AWARD Winner for 2009-2010 The AISA PRESIDENT’S AWARD program is sponsored by the AISA to recognize member schools with outstanding educational programs. Criteria for winning the Alabama Independent School Association PRESIDENT’S AWARD includes achievement in all areas of school excellence such as: standardized testing, scholarships, academic scholars, academic competitions, professional person- nel standards and development, accreditation, and other activities that celebrate excellence in academics. AISA officials stated that Springwood School has attained a high level of excellence in all areas of student and teacher performance, plant and facilities, student life, and community involvement. Pictured below are some of Springwood’s AISA State Awards for the 2009—2010 school year. Congratulations Springwood School! Superior Rating – AISA State Choral Festival 5th grade student—Venu Reddy AISA State Spelling Bee winner and AISA State Reading winner Superior Rating - AISA State Band Festival Springwood Drama Team received two1st Place Awards at the AISA State Drama Festival. In the four event competition, Springwood Scholars Bowl Springwood won in Duet and Ensemble. Team—State Runner-Up at AISA State Scholars Bowl Tournament AISA Most Outstanding Female Choral Student—Ashley Davis Springwood School 40 years & counting Springwood Faculty Accomplishments Mr. Warren Nolen -AISA State Teacher of the Year Congratulations to Mr. Warren Nolen for being named AISA 2A State Secondary Teacher of the Year for 2010. In announcing the award, AISA Executive Director, Don Oswald said “Warren Nolen richly de- serves the recognition and accolades for his excellence, enthusiasm, and concern. He consistently demonstrates that high expectations in the classroom bring high performance.” Mr. Nolen has 34 years of teaching experience and instructs Spring- wood students in world history, U.S. history, and economics. He serves as the Springwood Scholars Bowl coach and the girls tennis coach. Mr. Nolen and his wife, Dianne, are the parents of two Springwood gradu- ates, Blair Nolen DeCoux’00 and Brett Nolen’04. Mr. Nolen stated “being selected AISA teacher of the year is a once in a lifetime joy. I accept the award on behalf of the entire Springwood family. It’s a daily blessing to be able to work with such a wonderful administration, faculty and student body.” Mrs. Allyson Langley Matthews ’83 to lead Springwood High School Allyson Langley Matthews, Class of 1983, will begin a new job when school opens the doors in August. Mrs. Matthews will assume the position of High School Director. Some of her responsibilities include: curriculum and program development and evaluation for 7th - 12th grades, monitoring all aspects of student life, and assisting Head- master, Mr. Bill Parsons with other administrative duties. Allyson Matthews is a 1987 graduate of LaGrange College where she received a degree in Chemistry. Mrs. Matthews has been on staff at Springwood over the last two decades teaching science. Anatomy, Life Science, Biology, and Elementary Lab are some of the courses she has instructed. She has also sponsored JV Cheer, Dance Team, SGA, and Anchor Club. She and her husband, Richard have three children. Their oldest daugh- ter, Carrie, Springwood Class of 2008, attends North Georgia College in Dahlonega. Langley is a rising 6th grader and Emily Jo will be four years old in September. Richard and Allyson have also embarked on a new business venture. They are the owners of Momma Goldberg’s fran- chisees in LaGrange and Columbus. Mrs. Matthews contends that this new challenge is a natural fit for her personality. She said “God gave me an insatiable curiosity that prompts me to want to figure out how to do things more efficiently. Because Springwood is such an integral part of my family and of our community, I can’t think of a better place to serve.” Mrs. Terri Frazer Darden ’77 receives National Counselor Certification Mrs. Terri Frazer Darden’77 recently completed the final requirements of the Na- tional Certified Counselor certification process and received the prestigious distinc- tion of becoming a National Certified Counselor. She was the counselor at Spring- wood from 2002-2007 and left for two years to continue her education, returning in 2009. Mrs. Darden has a BA in French from Auburn University, a Master’s in School Counseling from Columbus State, and is a member of the American School Counsel- ing Association and The Southern Association for College Admissions Counselors. Terri is also a member of the Disaster Relief Team for the American Red Cross, serv- ing as a Mental Health Volunteer. She has spent time volunteering for the West Georgia Hospice's Camp Dogwood (a grief camp for children). She is also a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, and Chi Sigma Iota Honoraries. Terri is married to Tom Darden'75 and they have three children, Hayley’04, Frazer’09, and Alex (deceased). Hayley graduated from Wheaton College (Wheaton, Illinois) in 2008 with a BA degree in political science, Bible and theology, and with a certificate in urban studies. She currently lives and works in Washington, DC. Frazer is a sophomore at Auburn University majoring in pre-physical therapy. 2010 Springwood School Service Award and Alumni Scholarship Award Winners: Dana Miller & Matthew Miller At Springwood’s Honor’s Day ceremony in May, Mrs. Dana Miller was presented the “Springwood School Service Award”. Dana is the mother of three Springwood graduates: Hadley ‘05, Trey ‘07, and Matthew ‘10. She was recognized for generously donating her time, talents, and financial support to numerous Springwood projects and organizations over the past 10 years. Pictured at the left is Dana Miller and her son, Matthew. Matthew Miller is the recipient the 2010 Springwood School Alumni Scholarship. He will be attending the University of Tennessee in the fall. COLLEGE BOUND—Springwood Class of 2010! The 22 members of the Class of 2010 earned $685,000 in college scholarships! Pictured above front l-r: Elana Reynolds, Matthew Miller, Taylor Coleman (Christy Mullins ‘86), Tucker Solt, Kaine Ruddock, Kristen Oliver (Bill Oliver ‘78), Gabe Martin, Annie Andrews (Benjy Andrews’80), Caitlyn Calhoun. Back l-r: Erin McElvy (Joe McElvy ’79), Caroline Stevens, Erika Wood, Ashley Davis, Patrick Bolton, Sam Webb (Lee Murray ’78), Taylor McDiarmid, Charlie Groover, Jordan Edge, Leah Ward (Greg Ward ’76 & Marie Dunn ’79), Nikki Self, Sarah Lynn, Laura Moore. Kaine Ruddock (Valedictorian) plans to study Industrial Design at the University of Houston. Tucker Solt (Salutatorian) will attend the Univer- sity of Colorado on an Army ROTC scholarship. “Senior Olympics” – May 2010 Mr. Joey Strength - 2010 Distinguished Alumnus Mr. Joey Strength, Springwood Joey served as a legal assistance Class of 1988, is the winner of attorney, military prosecutor, and the 2010 Distinguished Alumni a Special Assistant United States Award. In May at Honors Day, Attorney for the Western District Joey was honored for his admira- of Texas. In 1999 Joey completed ble achievements since high his tour of active duty and moved school. The Alumni Association to St. Simons Island, GA. thanks his former classmate, Mrs. Today as an attorney with the Jenifer Smith Ewing for nominat- Real Estate Practice Group of ing Joey for this award. Joey is a Gilbert, Harrell, Sumerford & now a partner in the Real Estate Martin, Joey has extensive Practice Group of one of the old- experience in a wide variety of est law firms in Georgia and he real estate related matters. He and his is wife, Deanie, have two is also active in his community, children. serving on the Board of Directors In 1988, as a Springwood senior, of the St. Simons Land Trust, the Joey Strength was President of United Way of Coastal Georgia, St. the National Honor Society, Vice Marks Towers, and is a member President of the Interact Club, of the St. Simons Presbyterian Captain of the Football Team, a Church. Joey is a member of the Retiring Springwood Wrestling State Champion, and American Bar Association, the voted “Most Likely to Succeed”. State Bar of Georgia, and the Teachers: Linda Combs After high school graduation, Joey State Bar of Alabama. and David Dunn attended the University of Thad Huguley, another Spring- Alabama on a Presidential wood classmate of Joey Strength, Scholarship. At the University, who was the recipient of the he was elected Treasurer of the Distinguished Springwood Student Government Association Alumni Award in 2005, wrote and President of Omicron Delta these words regarding Joey’s Kappa, a respected senior honor selection. Thad said when Joey society. He was also selected for graduated from Springwood in membership in Mortar Board and 1988, Mrs. Nannie Ferguson, who Phi Beta Kappa. In his senior year was then High School Director of college, he received the Sulli- said it best. She said “Joey van Medallion, which is the Strength is excellence personi- highest award given by the fied.” That is an incredibly high University to a graduating senior. standard to live up to, but as At college graduation, Joey was anyone who knows Joey would commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant fully expect, since leaving Spring- Congratulations to Mrs. Combs and in the U.S. Army and took an Mr. Dunn on their retirements. wood 22 years ago, in everything Linda Combs retired this year after educational delay for law school. he has ever done, he has met and 29 years at Springwood. David Dunn He attended the University of exceeded the bar set for him. retired after 11 years at the school. Alabama School of Law, where he Thad continued “in my opinion, He had previously retired from the was chosen as the brief-writer for Joey Strength is one of the very State of Georgia. We wish both of the School's Jessup International best Springwood has ever them the very best! Moot Court Team. He helped his produced, and I am thrilled he team win the Baxter Award for is receiving the Distinguished the best applicant brief in the Alumni Award this year.” international competition. He The Springwood Alumni Associa- graduated from law school with tion congratulates Joey Strength honors and entered the United States Army Judge Advocate for being named the 2010 Distin- General's Corps, assigned to Fort guished Alumnus. Hood, Texas. While at Fort Hood, Spring Sports Highlights Springwood Track Team State Champions – AISA 800 and 1600 m run State Champions – Boys 3200 m relay State Champion – Jr. High 800 m run Springwood Soccer Team AISA State Semi-Finals Lady Wildcats Softball Team AISA State Runner-up Undefeated Region Record AISA All-State Team Members Springwood Softball senior pitcher, Jordan Edge (16) and all-purpose player and designated hitter, 8th grader, Katelyn Fuller (00) were named to the Alabama Sports Writers Association AISA All-State Softball team. (Below) Springwood Varsity and JV Cheerleaders Outstanding performance by Springwood cheerleaders at AISA Cheer Camp at Huntingdon College in Montgomery in July. The Varsity cheerleaders placed 2nd in cheer competition in their division as well as AISA runner- up. They won all blue superior ribbons throughout camp! The JV cheerleaders were awarded a superior squad trophy as well as blue superior ribbons throughout camp! News from Springwood School Alumni Class of 1982 Chemistry degree in 1999 and a Master of Business Admini- stration degree with a finance concentration in 2002 from Kelly Graves Shockley lives in Columbia, SC with husband, Scott Auburn University. and their two children, Perri (11) and Braden (9). Kelly received her degree from the University of Georgia and is self-employed as a Marketing Consultant. Class of 1995 Class of 1986 Zach and Hannah Billingsley announce the birth of Emer- Mark Bowling enjoys working son Grace Billingsley, born with his wife, Lisa, producing May 23, 2010. Emerson was corporate shows, meetings, and 6 lbs. 12 oz. and 20” long. events for Black Sheep Produc- Zach and his family reside in tions. They have two sons, Bis- Santa Rosa Beach, FL Emer- marck (4) and Brooks (3). son pictured on the right. Congratulations to Thomas and Elizabeth Ann Duttera on the Congratulations to Thomas and birth of their son, James Thomas Laura Lanier Davison on the birth Duttera, III on December 30, of their son, Henry Luke. He was 2009. He weighed 7 lbs.14 oz. and born on January 19, weighed 7 was 20” long. Pictured right. lbs, 4.4 oz. and was 20 ¾ inches. Pictured right. Melanie Helms Hunkapiller lives in Atlanta, GA with husband, Bill, and their two year old son, Will. Melanie Class of 1996 has a Business Degree from the Uni- Holly Hill Dougal and husband, Jonathan, live in Jacksonville, versity of Georgia and she now works AL. They have two children, two year old, Cooper, and one year remotely from her home as a contract old, Ansley Caroline. Holly graduated from University of Ten- recruiter for Microsoft. Will pictured nessee with a B.S. in Human Ecology-Family Studies. at left. Class of 1999 Class of 1991 Haley Estes has recently moved to Bay Minette, AL where she is a Marketing Rep for Auto-Owners Insurance. Jenna Huguley Brown has two chil- dren at Springwood. Mary Beth will Class of 2000 be in K5 and Jack in 3rd grade when school begins in the fall. Jenna says that they both love being Wildcats! After 8 years as Jacob Billingsley and his wife, a stay-at-home mom, Jenna went back to work last year as a Sara, reside in Gainesville, GA. Jacob Math Remediation/small group teacher at WO Lance Elemen- is a Sales Representative with Sher- tary School in Lanett. win Williams for Northeast Georgia Class of 1993 and Sara is a stay at home mom. The Billingsley’s have one son, born on Josh and Brooke Ballard welcomed August 10th, 2009, named Jacob a baby girl, Olivia Reid, on March Wynne Billingsley. Wynne is 18, 2010. She weighed 6 lbs 6 oz pictured on left. and was 19.5 inches. The picture on the right shows big sister, Avery McKenzie Davenport and wife, Helen (5), holding the Ballard’s newest Marie, had a baby girl on May 24, addition. 2010. Her name is Helen Anne. The Davenports moved to Mil- Stephanie Siggers Pope lives in ledgeville, GA in June, where McKenzie is a CFO of a company. Calera, AL with husband, Brian, and daughter, Piper. Stephanie is the Interior Design Department Head and Senior Associate at Jake Sanders and wife, Tally, live in Norcross, GA with their Davis Architects. Stephanie graduated from the University of baby girl, Truss, who was born 10/10/2009. Jake is a Financial Alabama with an Interior Design major and Planner with Financial Network Associates, Inc. an Art History minor. Class of 2001 Class of 1994 Laura Knox Heath graduated from Auburn Uni- Erin Zodrow Holsten is an OB/Gyn Physician. versity with a B.S. in Agricultural Business & She is currently an Assistant Professor and Economics. She and husband, Brandon, live in the Director of Medical Student Education at Opelika and she is a Customer Service and Ac- the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. count Manager for V2 Composites, Inc. Erin has a son, Nicolas, who is five years old. Dustin Ogle and wife, Lauren, welcomed a new Congratulations to Jeff Stanfield and Regan baby named Fisher on January 19, 2010. Dustin Allison Thwing of Atlanta on their marriage has a Radiology Degree from Southern Union on July 31, 2010. (Pictured right) Jeff is and is employed at Lanier Hospital in Valley, AL employed as vice president in the Acquired as a Radiology Tech. Asset Group of Branch Banking and Trust in Atlanta. He received a Bachelor of Textile More News from Springwood School Alumni Class of 2001 (continued) employed as a public relations practitioner with Deane, Smith Media Innovations in Nashville. She is engaged to Congratulations to Mary Addison Wolfe, on her marriage to marry Craig McClellan on October 30, 2010. Grant Doornbos in April. Mary is the daughter of Luann Addison Jones ’78 and the late Eric Wolfe ‘78. Mary is a 2005 Frank Harrell graduated from Columbus State University summa cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia and with a B.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice. He will be a 2009 graduate of the attending Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO in Medical College of Geor- the fall. gia with a Doctorate of Carrie Hicks graduated with honors in April from Jackson- Dental Medicine. Mary ville State University with a B.S. in Pre-health Biology and a began her pediatric minor in Chemistry. Carrie will attend the Auburn University dental residency at the College of Veterinary Medicine beginning in August. Carrie is University of Louisville the daughter of Laurie Meadows Yates ’76. While attending in Kentucky in July 2010. JSU, Carrie was an active member of Phi Mu Fraternity, Mary’s husband is an Freshmen Forum (SGA), JSU Ambassadors, Gamecock Orien- anesthesiology resident tation Leaders and Student Coordinator, and SGA Student also at the University of Activities Council. She was named homecoming queen run- Louisville. ner-up in 2009. Carrie was a student worker in the office of admissions and student life office, as Class of 2003 well. She was involved in Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, Dixon Davenport married Michelle Samoray on January 30, Beta Beta Beta Biology Honor Society, 2010 in Nashville, TN. They live in Atlanta where Dixon is a American Chemical Society, the Order CPA with Ernst Young. of Omega, Rho Lambda and Gamma Class of 2005 Sigma Alpha Greek honor societies. Carrie’s contributions at Jacksonville Emma Ashburner Cook State also earned her university recog- and husband, Adam wel- nition as the 2009 Greek Woman of the comed son, Lawson Pete, Year, Order of Omega Scholarship recipient, and the Alice D. on February 17, 2010. Cusimano Orientation Award. (Pictured right) He was 9 Joey Johnson graduated magna cum laude from Clemson lbs 4 oz and 22 inches. University in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in The Cooks live in Financial Management and a minor in Accounting. At Auburn. Clemson, Joey was President of CLEMSONLiVE, a member of Congratulations to Angela the President’s Student Advisory Council and the Clemson Sullivan and Adam White on University Leadership Council. He was the treasurer of their marriage on August 14, Golden Key International Honor Society and completed the 2010. Leader Shape Institute training. In June, Joey began work as Class of 2006 a professional development program associate in the Global- ization Group with Colonial Life/Unum/Provident in Chatta- Laura Fagan graduated magna nooga, TN in a five-year executive training program. cum laude from Belmont Uni- In May Matthew Reynolds graduated from the United States versity in Nashville in May with Air Force Academy on the Dean’s List after completion of the a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations, with a mi- Scholars Program. Matthew received a Bachelor of Science nor in Music Business. Laura is a member of the Public Rela- Degree in English with a concentration in British Literature tions Society of America and was employed with Tower and a minor in Philosophy. He was commissioned as a Creative Consultants, a student-run public relations firm on Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. Belmont's campus. She's also a freelance writer and was published in the Belmont Vision newspaper. Laura is Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame Nominations due by September 1, 2010 The Springwood Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 2004 to recognize lasting athletic achievements of Spring- wood students. To be eligible for nomination, individuals must have the following: Must have attended Springwood for a minimum of 2 years and lettered in at least 2 sports. Must have displayed outstanding athletic performance, team leadership, and individual achievement in sports supported by post-season honors (record-setting performance, district or state recognition, and/or winning an individual championship). Will not be considered until more than fifteen years have passed since their Springwood graduation. Springwood alumni, as well as faculty, parents, and coaches are invited to submit nominations by email. The Springwood Alumni Council, current and former Springwood Administration and coaches will review all nomina- tions. This year the deadline for receiving nominations is September 1, 2010. Please email your nomination to email@example.com ASAP. Springwood School’s Interim Week As part of our vision to create an environment of excellence, preparing individuals for life, Springwood realizes the value of non-traditional learning experiences for students. For many years, job shadowing, community service, field trips, and mini-courses have comprised the Interim Program for Springwood 7th—12th students. Students and teachers alike enjoy the opportunity to interact beyond the confines of the traditional classroom. SIFAT: Springwood 7th graders attended a Cross-Cultural Jekyll Island: For Interim, Springwood eighth grade Awareness Retreat at SIFAT near Lineville, AL. They learned students visited Jekyll Island 4-H Center. Day valuable information and experienced hands-on activities in classes students experienced included marsh, the following areas: Around the World, Village Luncheon, beach ecology, reptiles, seining, maritime forest, International Sharing/Missionary Testimonies, Technology, north end study, and slough. Night classes included and Slum Experience. The students participated in making night walk, astronomy on the beach, sea turtles, an inertia pump, worked in teams on the low ropes course volleyball, and campfire. Students at Springwood and walked across a suspended rope bridge. They enjoy vari- have enjoyed this Jekyll Island trip for over 20 ous games encouraging team work and role-playing activities. years. SIFAT Jekyll Island Pine Cooking Mountain Class Adventures Mini-courses: During Interim Week a variety of courses Day Trips: Sophomores spent Interim Week going on day are offered to 9th graders including scrap booking, trips. Students toured the Hyundai Plant in Montgomery, cooking, CPR and First Aid certification, jeopardy, visited Pine Mountain Adventures, CNN and the corporate zumba, tennis, weird science, and mountain biking. office of Chick-Fil-A in Atlanta, and The Little White House in Warm Springs. Job Shadowing: Springwood seniors job shadowed during Interim. Seniors explored possible careers in Community Service: The Juniors spent Interim Week doing occupations such as medicine, law, dentistry, journal- community service. They worked in the local community ism, engineering, education, and business. Students each day helping out the Chattahoochee River Develop- selected their work site and benefited from a first-hand ment, the West Point Depot, the Chamber of Commerce, look at their prospective career choice. Students were and more. The students kept a journal of the tasks they required to keep a daily journal, and write a 750 word completed and wrote an essay detailing the impact of project report. on their experience. service on the lives of both themselves and the recipients. Campbell’s Labels for Education Program Recently Springwood was a first prize win- ner in the Campbell’s Labels for Education Artist Ambassador Sweepstakes. Mrs. Hollie Zachry, wife of David Zachry’97, and mother of Springwood kindergarten student, Miles Zachry, entered the Artist Ambassador Sweepstakes contest by registering on the Labels for Education website. In May, she was notified that Springwood School was selected to receive an assortment of musical instruments including a rhythm instrument set, two acoustic guitars, a digital electronic piano, a student violin, a handbell and desk- bell set, a karaoke machine and a micro- phone valued at $2,004.45!! The Campbell’s Company is sponsoring another contest entitled “Save Big. Dream Big”. To help win a Star Powered Music day for Springwood, register at www.labelsforeducation.com anytime between now and 10/31/10. Since 1973, the Campbell’s Labels for pated in the Campbell’s Labels for Campbell’s soups, bean products and Education program has awarded schools Education program for the past 15 years tomato juices, Franco-American gravies free educational equipment in exchange and will continue to participate. Those and SpaghettiO’s, Pace picante sauce, for labels from Campbell’s products. It’s interested in supporting Springwood Pepperidge Farm products such as Gold- a fun, easy program in which students, School and this program may help by fish, breads, croutons, cookies and their families and members of the saving your proofs of purchase from cakes, Swanson broths and frozen dinner community can join together to seek a Campbell’s products and sending them in and V-8 vegetable juices and Splash. common goal. Springwood has partici- to the school. Eligible products include Saving labels paid off in a big way for Spring- wood School last November. An eight year team effort on the part of students, parents, and many Springwood supporters reached a goal of collecting 1.6 million Campbell Soup Company labels earning a brand new mini- van for the school! ALUMNI CAN HELP BY SAVING LABELS FOR SPRINGWOOD Springwood Summer Camps SPRINGWOOD INAUGURAL FCA FOOTBALL CAMP - Shown left are the attendees and administrators at the inaugu- ral Springwood football Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) camp held in June at the school for boys ages 9-12. Each day students were involved in offensive/defensive drills and plays, snack and a devotion time. The camp was started to create at a young age a love for the game and a love for Christ. CHALLENGER SPORTS BRITISH SOCCER CAMP was held in July at Springwood for the second summer. Athletes from the area came to hone their soccer skills and enjoy fellow- ship. The coaches, from Wales and England, taught the campers improvement skills and encouraged a love for the sport. The five-day camp offered both full and half day sessions. Purpose: Moonlight & Magnolias is a fundraiser to benefit Springwood School – specifically to help fund a necessary transportation need, which has been met through the purchase of a 56 passen- ger/air-conditioned bus in December 2009. With growing enrollment and significant increase in extra -curricular activities, the bus was a necessity. The Board of Trustees agreed to purchase the bus with commitments for funding from the Athletic Program, Private donations, Wildcat Workday and Moonlight and Magnolias fundraiser. A motivated committee was formed to ensure the success of this fundraiser. The committee members are: Carter Brown, Lee Parr, Buffy Ferguson, Lisa Mundy, Susie Lanier, Dana Miller and Melanie Lanier. Donor Information: Name__________________________________________________Class of_________________ City ___________________________________State_____________Zip Code_______________ Telephone #____________________________ Email___________________________________ I would like to attend this event, enclosed is my check. ($200 minimum per coupe/$100 minimum per individual) I cannot attend but would like to make a contribution. Amount enclosed $ ___________________________. Checks payable to CVEF. Mail to P.O. Box 609, West Point, GA 31833. Thank you for your support. Photos from Alumni Basketball Games—January 2010 Please support your Springwood Alumni Association DUES $20 This year’s membership in the Springwood Alumni Association runs July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011. The annual dues are the major source of income for the association and are used to help fund Home- coming activities, Alumni Career Day, Alumni Basketball games and other events, as well as Alumni Newsletters, and the Alumni Scholarship. Please complete the form below and mail back to support the Alumni Association. If you would like to make a financial gift in honor of or in memory of, please do so. The Alumni Director will notify the person / family and all gifts will be listed in the next Alumni Link. The minimum amount to honor someone or for a memorial is $50. Name___________________________________________Year Graduated____________________ Address__________________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________State_______Zip Code____________________________ Telephone Numbers________________________________________________________________ Email Address_____________________________________________________________________ _______ I would like to join the Springwood Alumni Association for $20 _______ I would like to make an additional gift of $____________** _______ I would like to make an additional honorarium/ memorial ($50 minimum) of $____________**in honor or memory of _________________________________________ ** All donations except the $20 dues are tax deductible. The Class of 1980 is planning a 30th year reunion. They would like to invite the classes from years 1978 thru 1982 to join with them. The reunion is tentatively scheduled for Saturday 10/9/10 at the Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center. Those interested should let one of the following contacts below know by 8/23/10: Benjy Andrews Justsneakers@knology.net, Ellen Williams Mauldin firstname.lastname@example.org, John Holzschuh email@example.com, or Luellen Bishop firstname.lastname@example.org. Ann Merritt Hixon ‘77 Alumni Director and Link Editor Phone: 334-644-2123 Email: email@example.com Parents of Alumni: Please forward this publication. If your child no longer main- tains a permanent address at your home, please notify us of the new mailing address. FOR A COMPLETE FALL 2010 GAME SCHEDULE LOG ON TO www.springwoodschool.com During the 2009-2010 school year, Springwood launched a new website. If you haven’t taken a look lately, please log on to www.springwoodschool.com. Please update your contact information on the Alumni Update page. Be sure to check back during September to read about 2010 Homecoming and the 40th year celebration plans under Alumni News and Events on the website.
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