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THIS IS SURRATTS FOUNDATION E-NOTICE 2008-8 OF AUGUST 1, 2008

Hello Hornets:

Here are some items that may be of interest:

1.  UPDATED "FOUNDATION OVERVIEW" BELOW.  As is our regular practice, we've pasted below an update on the activities of the Foundation from its inception in 2000 to the present.  Many thanks to all of you who have supported the Foundation over its first eight years!

2.  FORMER FACULTY MEMBER VISITS WITH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECIPIENT.  We received this nice email from R. C. Green (former faculty, 1967-1977): "Hi Henry:  Because of the recent e-Notice, I looked up Dave DeCenzo at Myrtle Beach when Amy and I were down there.  We spent a tremendous evening together with him and his wife Terry.  He is quite an impressive individual and his wife as well.  They make a tremendous couple and wonderful leaders for Coastal Carolina University.  It was tough calling him Dr. DeCenzo because I remember him from football and other "incidents" from high school!  RC"

3.  A REPORT FROM THE SCENE - AUGUST 5 EVENT.  We received this report from Clinton from Surratts parent Marge Allen: "Hello Henry:  Once again, a good e-Notice.   I always like to give a boost to the Ross family for all they do in this area  -- they're great communicators!   Thanks for your appreciation re: the work we do.  My great grandmother would say "many hands make light work".  Charlie and Rosemary Sellner live near us (Sellner Farm), and they know SO much about Clinton.  Charlie gave an informal talk at our library that was fascinating.  When you get to this area try to visit National Harbor; very interesting in many ways plus great restaurants.   Recently, we had Sunday brunch at the Pienza Italian Market, and Moon Bay is good, also.  We are having luck getting tall grass (vacant properties) mowed, thanks to the community standards staff.  National Night Out will be held at the District V police station (old Crestview School) on Tuesday August 5, starting at 5:00 p.m. -- good food and fellowship mingling with our police officers.  Everyone is welcome.  Cpl. Kenny Seibert will be honored as he is retiring after 20 years of service, all at this district.  Keep up the good work !  Marge"

[As reported in a previous e-Notice, one of the great new restaurants at National Harbor is owned by 2007 Foundation Achievement Award recipient Timothy Dean (85)!]

4.  SURRATTS SENIOR RECEIVES VERY SPECIAL HONOR.  We received this tip from Vicki Forsht Williams (65, and Former Faculty):   If you go to the school system web site (www.pgcps.org) and click on Discover PGCPS, then on the next page, click on Press Releases (in the alpha list at the bottom), and on the next page click on Press Releases on the left column and select 2007-2008, and on the next page look under June there is a pdf about this year's Robert Byrd scholarship recipients. Cameron Posey (08) will receive a four-year scholarship worth up to $1,500 per year. The eight scholars were chosen from more than 500 nominees made by public and private high school principals across the state.

Congratulations to Cameron on this great honor!

5.  HORNET EDUCATOR RECEIVES MAJOR HONOR.  Belinda Shatley (72) sent us this great news:  "Hi Henry:  I just wanted to tell you about some exciting news about Deborah McAllister Brown ('72).  Debbie was recently named as "Vice Principal of the Year" for Charles County Public Schools.  Debbie was nominated by her Principal, staff from three schools, parents and students for this wonderful award that highlights her 33 years as an educator.  A ceremony was held  in June at the Charles County Board of Education where Debbie received her "Vice Principal of the Year" award from Deputy Superintendent, Ron Cunningham, who is also Debbie's previous Social Studies teacher from Surrattsville High School.  It was an emotional evening but, certainly one well deserved. Thanks, Belinda"

Congratulations to Debbie on this extraordinary honor!

[Ed Note: I'll bet Ron Cunningham inspired lots of other Hornets to pursue a career in teaching.  (Your editor, for one, was inspired to become a Social Studies teacher because of the inspiration of Ron, Leonard "Dutch" Anderson, RC Green and great teachers at Surratts!) Please send an email to hsmith@smithdowney.com if you were inspired into a career by a Surratts educator -- we'd like to share those stories in future e-Notices.]

6.  60s GARAGE BANDS WEB SITE.  For you music lovers, John Mamone (72) sent this link to a web site about some of the great amateur bands of the DC area in the 60s, many of whom honed their chops at the Surratts Teen Club and similar events:    http://ww.garagehangover.com/?q=taxonomy/term/366/9.  (The site includes information on the Dagenites, the Omegas, the Juveniles, the Bedforde Set, the Hangmen, and the Reekers.  It desperately needs a page on The Tuesday Boots, Butler's Orchard, and other legendary Surrattsville bands of that era!)

7.  CHECK-IN WITH YOUR ORC.  Please don't forget to check-in with your Class Official Reunion Contact to make sure he or she has your current contact information so you can be contacted about any Class-specific events.  (Contact info for the ORCs is on the "Classes" page of the web site at www.surrattsville.org.)

8.  CLASS OF 98 REUNION PLANS.  We received this update on the Class of 98 Reunion from Tonya Lee (98):  "Hi Henry: Our Class of 98 has a reunion planning web site at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/shs98reunion.  We will be celebrating our ten year class reunion September 19-21, 2008.  The scheduled events are as follows:
Friday September 19, 2008 - Meet & Greet Happy Hour (No tickets required)
Saturday September 20, 2008 - Reunion Banquet (Evening main event - tickets required)
Sunday September 21, 2008 - Family Cookout (tickets required)
 
All locations are being finalized now and will be posted on the reunion website at a later date.
Tickets will be sold individually or in a package. Please follow the reunion link so that you can be updated on all current information. Hope to see you all there!   Tonya"

9.  76 ORC ORGANIZES CHARITY EVENT.  We received this note from Class of 76 ORC Evan Vutsinas: "Hi Henry:  Once again this year I am leading a group called the "Nashville ACC-SEC Leadership Council" which is a voluntary organization of local alumni club leaders representing the 24 universities of the ACC and SEC.  We are planning our charity golf tournament for Monday, October 13th called the "Annual ACC vs. SEC Alumni Golf Tournament to Benefit CASA-Nashville: Presented by AT&T".  Proceeds of the event will be donated to CASA-Nashville, Inc.  CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, trains community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children.  Over 500 abused and neglected children were aided in the Nashville area last year, but over 2000 weren't assisted due to lack of funds.
 
Our goal is $30,000.00 this year.  If there are any Surrattsville alumni who work, or are affiliated, with national-in-scope firms, I invite them to consider joining AT&T in sponsoring our event.  Details may be seen at:  www.accsec-golf4casa.org   Sponsors will be listed/described on this web site until June 30th, 2009.  Each local alumni club has been encouraged to link their individual club web sites to the official tournament site.  This means that sponsors will potentially reach 100,000 college educated alumni in the Nashville area . . . and the world of the internet!  Those with questions may e-mail me for further information:  EVTiger@comcast.net  Thanks.  Evan Vutsinas 76, Tournament Director."

10.  FASHIONABLE ALUMNI WINDOW DECALS AVAILABLE.  As previously noted, the Foundation is now making "Surrattsville Alumni" window decals available.  (A sample is found at http://www.surrattsville.org/photos/index.shtml.    Note that the actual size of the decals is 4" x 4" rather than the size shown on the web site, and they have a white background and green lettering.)

These decals are of the "static peel-off" variety, so they have "repositional adhesive backing," and attach, and detach, easily from windows with no muss or fuss.  The suggested donation for the decals is $2.50.  If you'd like to show your Hornet pride by displaying a decal on your vehicle's window, please send your donation and your mailing address to Henry Smith at 815 Stoneleigh Road, Baltimore, MD 21212, and we'll mail a decal to you.

11.  CLASS OF 62 ACTIVITIES UPDATE.  Len Owens (62), lowens15@nc.rr.com, submitted this update on the Class of 62's upcoming reunion plans:

"September 27, 2008, Picnic, Noon, Gilbert Run Park, La Plata, MD, Just off Route 6.  Bring your own picnic.

Possible additional events include dinner on Friday night (September 26th) and/or Brunch Sunday morning (September 28th) and golf.  All of these additional events are based on class interest.  After our 45th reunion last September, we discussed the possibility of a picnic in Southern Maryland in this following year.  Many classmates indicated an interest in a picnic this September.  Some who attended the reunion and some who were unable to attend indicated an interest.  Gilbert Run Park is available.  I hope you are still interested in a picnic.  This is meant, primarily, for those classmates in the Washington area.  Of course, if you are in town on this weekend, pleased try to attend.  Some classmates do not always read their emails.  Others have only US mail access.  If you would like to call a few classmates, please indicate your willingness to make a few phone calls.  Note:  It is important.  Please let us know if you will plan to attend.  Thank you, Your Reunion Committee"

12.  CLASS OF 64 PLANS REUNION.  The Class of 64 is planning a 45th reunion in February 2009, in the form of a three night cruise to the Bahamas!  The Class reports that "all are welcome to join us."  For details, contact Jaime Seaman (64) at Steprepp@aol.com or 954-316-7498. 

13.  SEEKING 1992 YEARBOOK.  Eric DuVall (92) is trying to  locate a yearbook for 1992.  Please contact him at  e1duvall@gmail.com if you can help him.

14.  REPORT ON 78/79 REUNION.  We received this report on the recently completed (and apparently quite lively!) 78/79 Reunion from Karen Kummer White (79):  On Friday 7/11/08, 28 players attended the golf tournament.  There was a lot of trash talk about bring your best game, who was going to kick whose butt and in the end we had a three way tie for first place.  Later, as the drinks flowed, we learned how some of the players weren't as accurate as others in keeping score.  Sandy Pelletier (79) won the closest to the pin competition and Mark Brown (78) won the longest drive competition.  After the tournament most of the players went to Sandy's house for the awards ceremony and a delicious dinner.  Everyone seemed to enjoy the conversations; hence this is how we learned that some players weren't accurate in the score keeping abilities and they blamed that on our Surrattsville education.  On Saturday 7/12/08, 95 people attended the dinner/dance.  The ladies looked beautiful in their revealing attire and the men looked happy as they admired the revealing attire.  Eric Scott (83) played music from the 80's and the class danced the night away.  At some point during the evening someone (Mike Robinson (78)) had written up a sign designating the smoking area outside the Elks lodge as the "R. Lounge".  Surprisingly, there were many people who never left the R. Lounge to come inside to the party, I wonder why?  Laura Bader (78) was the designated photographer; she took over 125 spectacular pictures of classmates in rare form.  When the Elks party ended, many classmates headed to the Double Tree lounge where Tim Pepper (79) set off the fire alarm just so he could go outside and sit with the "Ladies".  Thankfully, we didn't get kicked out of the place.  On Sunday, 7/13/08, there were 83 people who attended the picnic.  The weather couldn't have been nicer.  Many Alumni brought their kids, yearbooks and reminisced for hours.  I want to thank my daughter Nicole for not allowing anyone to drown in the pool; she was the lifeguard and the kids loved playing in the pool.  At one point I overheard Stuart Sargeant (78) talking about the Hottest Teacher at Surrattsville, how weird is that?  You need to contact Stuart to learn the outcome of that conversation.  Chris Clark's (77) twin daughters learned it was safe to jump on the trampoline, thanks to their Dad who tested it to see if it had dry rotted.  Chris you have my vote in the Best Dad category.  And Sandy Pelletier has my vote in the Best Mom  category as her son called to ask her to take him to the emergency room for stitches in his chin. Thanks to all the men who endured the Hot Box Port O Potty, which was later labeled "R. Lounge" and we were sorry to hear there were many classmates stuck at the airport awaiting their flights. You were missed and you missed a lot of fun.  Karen"

[And Laura Bader (78) reports that pictures of the reunion are available at http://good-times.webshots.com/album/564138475lyTtim.]

15.  MEMORIES OF MR. (AND MRS.) KLEIN.  We received these nice memories from T. Summers Gwynn in response to the recent item about Truman Klein: "Hi Henry:  I read with great interest the words from John Riedesel about Truman Klein. Mr. Klein was principal part of the time when my father was in Surrattsville. He was a great inspiration, mentor, and friend to my father and our whole family throughout our lives . Many will also remember his wife, Loleta, who taught first grade at Surratts for many years - my sister Sally and I were both in her classes. My youngest sister, Loleta, was named for her.    T. Summers Gwynn"

16.  HORNET PUBLISHES HISTORY BOOK.  We just learned that Richard Scott Baskas (84) has published a book on the history of his family.  Richard sent this summary that might be of interest to any New York history or genealogy buffs: "The book is titled "Cornelius Melyn: 3rd Patroon of Staten Island, New York, His Children of Some Descendants".  My ancestor, Cornelius Melyn, originally from Belgium, and once owned part of Staten Island in the 1660s.  This book is of two parts, his biography which it pertains mostly of his encounters of his nemesis, the former Dutch Governor, Peter Stuyvesant, and the other half is of his children including part of my pedigree.  And talk about a very small world -- Melyn's daughter married a Hatfield, which is my line!  And so those Hatfields that were involved in the famous Hatfield/McCoy feud are my half cousins even though I come from full Hatfield blood.  My blood also includes (to say the very least) Delaware's Swedish settlement at New Castle County; Pocahonta's family (her half sister, Cleopatra, I come from) and some Cherokee (yes, I have a dark complexion).  If anyone has any questions, they email me at rbaskas1@tampabay.rr.com.  Richard"

[Ed Note: Richard's book can be ordered from www2.xlibris.com/bookstore/search.asp.]

17.  SOFTBALL TEAM REUNITES.  We received this nice email about a mini-reunion of the first girls' softball team in Clinton Boys & Girls Club history: "Hey Henry: Several of us girls from the first girls' softball team in the Clinton Boys & Girls Club got together for our own little reunion.  We had a blast.  Three of us had our moms with us (me being one of them).  We spent three hours at a little place in La Plata called the Royal Tea Room, then spent another three hours across the street at Casey Jones.  Talk about a bunch of yackin and cackinwe were entertaining every one else!  It was great.  The ladies who were able to make it were Janet Stout and her mom, Terri McCauley and her mom, me and my mom, Carolyn Gilchrist, and Debbie Watson.  Regards to all.  Laurie Roberts (76)

[A photo of that great reunion can be found on the web site.]

18.  RING ANY BELLS?  Laurie Roberts (76) also sent this little item, that I'm sure will ring many bells with those of you still in the D.C. area:

If you have lived or still live in the DC area, I'm sure that you are familiar with these observations:

For those who plan to visit/move to our area, first, you must learn to call it by its rightful name. It is DC or the District - only tourists call it Washington.

Next, if your road map of Montgomery County is more than a few weeks old, throw it out and buy a new one. It's obsolete. If in Loudoun or Fairfax County and your map is one day old, it's already obsolete.

There is no such thing as a dangerous high speed chase  in D.C. It's just another chase, usually on the BW Parkway.

All directions start with The Beltway which has no beginning and no end, just one continuous loop that locals believe is somehow clarified by an 'inner' and 'outer loop' designation. This makes no sense to ANYONE outside the area.

The morning rush hour is from 5 to 11 AM. The evening rush hour is from 1 to 8 PM. Friday's rush hour starts Thursday morning, especially during the summer on Route 50 eastbound (towards the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay).

If there is a ball game at the Redskins stadium, there is no point in driving anywhere near PG County. (Tip: Never say PG County to anyone from Mitchellville, Upper Marlboro or Fort Washington (it's Prince Georges County).  They'll blow a vessel in their neck and go into a seizure.)

If you actually stop at a yellow light, you will be rear-ended and shot at. If you run the red  receive courtesy of DMV. (However, if you don't go as soon as the light turns green, you will get cussed out in 382 languages).

Rain causes an immediate 50 point drop of IQ in drivers. Snow causes an immediate 100 point drop in IQ and a rush to the nearest Giant for toilet paper and milk.

Construction on I-270 is a way of life and a permanent source of scorn and cynical entertainment. It's ironic that it's called an 'Interstate,' but runs only from Bethesda to Frederick (Unless you consider Montgomery County another state, which some do). Opening in the 60's, it has been torn up and under reconstruction ever since. Also, it has a 'Spur' section which is even more confusing. All unexplained sights are explained by the phrase, 'Oh, we're in Takoma Park'.

If someone actually has their turn signal on, they are by definition, a tourist. Car horns are actually 'Road Rage' indicators. Heed the warning!

 A taxi ride across town will cost you $12.50. A taxi ride two blocks will cost you $16.75. (It's a zone thing, you wouldn't understand.)

Traveling south out of DC on Interstate 395/95 is the most dangerous, scariest thing you will ever do. There is nothing more comforting then seven lanes of traffic cruising along at 85 mph, BUMPER TO BUMPER!!! (Truer words have never been written!)

The minimum acceptable speed on the Beltway is 85.  Anything less is considered down right sissy. The open lane for passing on all Maryland interstates is the far right lane because no self-respecting Marylander would ever be caught driving in the 'slow ' lane. Unofficially, both shoulders are fair game also. The far left lanes on all Maryland interstates are official 'chat' lanes reserved for drivers who wish to talk on their cell phones.  Note: All SUVs have priority clearance to use the far left at whatever speed the driver feels most comfortable multi-tasking in. The Beltway is our daily version of a NASCAR reality show. Strap up and collect points as you go."

19.  SEARCHING FOR LOST CLASSMATES.  Bob Rice (70) is trying to locate classmates Scott Kullowatz (70) and Holly Zadoretsky.  If you have any info about Scott or Holly or a member of their families, please contact Bob at barney@teleport.com.

20.  TRIP TO SEE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECIPIENT PERFORM.  We received this announcement about a road trip to hear 2002 Foundation Achievement Award recipient Gordon Hawkins (76) perform in Chicago: "Attention 76 Classmates and friends. Our internationally renowned classmate Gordon Hawkins will perform the lead in George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" on Saturday, December 6, 2008.  The performance will be at the famous Lyric Opera House of Chicago.  I have hotel rooms held in the heart of downtown Chicago at the Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile for Friday, December 5th and Saturday, December 6th, checking out on Sunday, December 7th.  Our group rate will be $159 per night (single/double) + tax (15.4%). This full service hotel is wonderfully appointed with full restaurant and bar. It is in the heart of downtown Chicago, just 1/2 block from the Magnificent Mile with shopping, dining and city attractions within walking distance of the hotel. The theatre is a short taxi ride away.  I also have theatre tickets (on hold) in the front (rows 1-9) of the upper balcony at $68.00 each.  Check out the following web sites for details:

Hotel - http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/chimm-courtyard-chicago-downtown-magnificent-mile/
Theatre Home page -
http://www.lyricopera.org/productions.aspx?arrRef=20093
Theatre Seating Chart -
http://www.lyricopera.org/img/ticket/LyricSeatChart.pdf

If you are interested in participating, I need a commitment by Saturday, August 9th, and I will need payment for the theatre tickets by Monday, August 25th.  You will be given a toll-free number and a "Group Reservation Name" to directly reserve and pay for your hotel room.  You will also need to arrange your own transportation to and from Chicago.  E-mail or call me if you have any questions.  Once the theatre tickets are purchased, NO refunds are available.  Evan Vutsinas 76 ORC, EVTiger@comcast.net, 615-754-2093 - home; 615- 319-6838 - cell."


I hope this e-Notice finds you all enjoying a wonderful Summer!

All the best, Henry Smith (71), hsmith@smithdowney.com



MANY THANKS TO THESE (EARLY) DONORS TO THE FOUNDATION'S 2008 CAMPAIGN!

Steve Profilet (71)
Chuck Teubner (64)
Pat Becker Oles (71)
Janet Goddard Sullivan (54)
Vivian Bounds Edelen (Former Faculty; 1938-1942)
Linda Dorsey Blum (66)
Vicky Simontacchi Young (57)
Sally Weingarten (77)
Bill Harris (71)
Ellen Talbert-Miller (61 and Former Faculty), In Memory of Harrison (Bo) Waite (70)
Denise Hope (72), In Memory of Robin Danielson (72)
Nancy Miller (67), In Memory of Virginia Mitchel McLaughlin (64)
Bob Marr (71)
Deborah Cox Marr (72)
Donna Rae Sturtevant Smith (70)
Henry Smith (71)
Judy Gordon Mentlik (65), To Celebrate the Marriages of Nancy Oursler Maynard (65) and Larry Schillings (65), and Marion Thompson (65) and John Restifo (65)
Helen Bovbjerg Niedung (54)
Jeanine Carroll Maclary (73), In Memory of James R. Carroll, Jr.
Chris and Merry Chovan Romine (65), To Celebrate the 98th Birthday of Laura Chovan (Former Faculty)



THE SURRATTSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FOUNDATION, INC.

Overview at June 18, 2008

I.  Background

Incorporated March 17, 2000; Found by IRS to be a tax-exempt charity on June 16, 2000

II.  Fund Raising

1.  Golf Outing Fund Raisers in 2000, 2002 and 2005
2.  All Classes and Staff Reunion Fund Raisers in 2000 and 2005
3.  All Classes and Staff Sock-Hop Fund Raisers in 2000 and 2005
4.  Charter Donors Campaign in 2000
5.  Annual Campaigns in 2001 - 2008
6.  All Classes and Staff "Surrattstock" Fund Raisers in 2002 and 2005
7.  Legacy Society established 2003

III.  Achievement Awards

1.  2000 - Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. (60)
2.  2001 - Building Superintendent (Since 1963) Gerald Pickeral
3.  2001 - Foundation Visionary Charlie Cooper (52)
4.  2002 - Christmas in April Executive Director Mary Kucharski (76)
5.  2002 - International Opera Star Gordon Hawkins (76)
6.  2003 - Long-time Surratts Employee Roberta Padgett Taylor (53)
7.  2003 - Command Fighter Pilot Col. Robert Marr, Jr. (71)
8.  2003 - Internationally Acclaimed Painter Kevin Fitzgerald (71)
9.  2004 - University of GA Basketball Head Coach Dennis Felton (81)
10. 2005 - French Legion of Honor Recipient Nelson Duke (40)
11. 2005 - Clergy Member and Public Servant Susan Thomas Azud (73)
12. 2005 - Oscar Winner Marcia Gay Harden (76)
13. 2006 - General Tom Travis, M.D. (72)
14. 2006 - Police Chief Fred Keeney (73)
15.  2007 Chef Patrick OConnell (63)
16. 2007 Chef Greggory Hill (79)
17. 2007 Chef Timothy Dean (89)
18. 2008 Professor Russell Barkley, Ph.D. (67)
19. 2008 Professor Rick Lifton, M.D., Ph.D. (71)
20. 2008 College President Dave DeCenzo, Ph.D. (73)

IV.  Scholarships

1.  2001 - $500 to Christina Morse, LaToya Harris and Tricialand Hilliard
2.  2002 - $500 to Joy Pemberton, Patrice Felton, Andreka Thomas, Samara Cook, and Chantal Brown
3.  2003 - $500 to Ricky Hammett and Janelle Jackson
4.  2004 - $500 to Bonnie Chow, Melissa Hunter and Brinkley Hypes
5.  2005 - $500 to Michelle Branch and Benjamin Ellis
6.  2006 - $500 to Jenese Reed and Cordell Kennerly
7. 2007 - $500 to Brene Carrington, Tayana Harrison and Broderek Stewart
8. 2008 - $500 to Samantha Stancil, Brittany Bean and Danyelle McElrath

V.  Gifts

1. $2,200 and $1,100 unrestricted gifts to the School in 2000 and 2005
2. Commercial grade popcorn machine and supplies in 2001
3. $200 to SGA for Homecoming decorations in 2001
4. Graphing calculator to student in need in 2001
5. $500 to Cheerleading Squad in 2002
6. Offer of $1,800 in scholarships to Global Young Leaders attendees in 2002
7. Three commercial grade supply carts to office in 2002 and 2003
8.  Over $250,000 of computer equipment in 2002 and 2003
9.  Courtyard renovation and benches/tables in 2002 and 2003
10.  Two electric typewriters to Media Center
11.  Cash stipend to dance student studying in Philadelphia
12.  $150 gift to student participating in Caribbean baseball tournament
13.  $300 gift to 2005 softball team for needed equipment
14.  $7,000 gift from Class of 52 to Band Department
15.  Offer of financial assistance to senior requiring night classes to graduate with Class of 2006
16.  Offer of financial assistance to senior requiring financial assistance for 2006 graduation
17.  Provision of assistance to Boomerang yearbook staff with 50th edition of Boomerang
18.  Funding of State and IRS filing fees for, and filing assistance to, Touchdown Club

VI.  Miscellaneous

1.    Establishment of active web site at www.surrattsville.org
2.    Publication of regular Surratts News "e-Notices"
3.    All Classes and Staff Sunday Rides in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005
4.    Establishment of School Archives in 2000, and Oral History Project in 2005
5.    Publication of All Classes and Staff Directory in 2000, and update in 2005
6.    Initiation of "Spruce-Up" Committee in 2002
7.    Offer to establish Sports Boosters Club in 2002
8.    Participation in 01-04 Graduation and Senior Awards events and 02 Class Competition event
9.    Offer to provide panel of judges for Ms. and Mr. Surrattsville event in 2002
10.    Assisting with Coach Haigler's request to NIH for Medical Science course grant
11.    Working with student interns assigned to assist the Foundation
12.     Development of parent-driven projects for 2002 and beyond





 

 



 

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