When John James was a junior at Asheville School, he lost his class ring. Over two decades later, metal detectorist Gary Blanchard found and returned the ring. Read that story and catch up with John James in this month's Alumni Profile.
Michael Miller '00, and his son Liam, dropped by campus today! The Miller family lives in Ann Arbor, MI. Michael walked around with Liam talking about his glory days on First Anderson and on the baseball field.
George is coming back for his 10th reunion! Why is he returning to the land " 'Mid the southern mountains?" George writes, "I look forward to reunions because our lives pull us in a lot of different directions, but we'll always have the common bond of our time together at Asheville School. There's no better time or way to reconnect with old friends and see where their lives have taken them. It is also a great opportunity to come back and see what's new with our alma mater."
The photo is of George on a recent trip to India in which he played some ultimate!
Mike visited Charleston recently and met up with Ray Cruitt (Assistant Headmaster, 1984-2003) for lunch.
They are pictured with a print of one of the campus paintings made by Emil Holzhauer (Art Instructor 1940-1941), which Ray gave to Mike. Mike is the owner/operator of Crabby Mike's seafood restaurant in Surfside Beach, SC; Ray retired to Charleston, where he does some non-profit consulting.
Patrick Darab Hartigan's new film, "Landline," is now available online.
"Landline" was featured by Entertainment Weekly in an April 3 article, "Landline makes history for Chicago, the Cubs, and LGBT cinema" and in SB Nation's Out Sports blog in an April 14 article, "Cubs allow Wrigley Field to be used in gay-themed baseball comedy."
If you missed it, read our Alumni Profile with Hartigan from earlier this year, where he discusses his role in "Landline."