Issue 16
November 29, 2018
 HC Alumni News
We pray that this month's newsletter finds you well-rested after spending time with friends and family over the Thanksgiving break! The promise of fall weather had our campus busy with many meaningful activities, from celebrating our Band, Silver Spurs, and fall Athletic seniors on Senior Night at our last football game of the season, to hearing 8 seniors first round of presentations for the Distinguished Scholars Program, to honoring our veterans with a chapel day, and preparing for our Alumni Turkey Games!

Our theater department sold out all performances of The Diary of Anne Frank. Even before the final curtain call, our Theatre Department was already hard at work preparing for the spring musical - Mary Poppins! It will be practically perfect in every way!

We are looking forward to another AlumNight! Join us in EaDo (East Downtown) at the Truck Yard on December 6. We hope you and your friends will join us for a cool evening out! Come for the fellowship and hear first hand about the great things Dr. Livingston, our teachers, and students are doing.

If you are looking for more ways to get involved as an alumni, check out the upcoming alumni events below, or contact Alumni Relations to see what opportunities are available!
Alumni Happenings
AlumNight with DL - Dallas
Dr.  Livingston  had a roaring good time catching up with alumni in Dallas on Monday, November 5! Thanks to our Dallas Mustangs for joining us at an AlumNight at the Joule Hotel!

Dr. Livingston had the chance to meet up with  Kent Baker  '09 Savannah Rucoba  '16 Courtney Smith  '13 Drew Earnest  '11 ,   Sam Voncannon  '11 (L to R), and  Stephen Potter  '07 (not pictured).
Honoring our Alumni Veterans
This month we took time to celebrate and honor the brave men and women who serve our country and protect our freedom.

Annually we recognize our alumni, family members, faculty and staff who have served or are currently serving our country. Thank you for your dedication and service to your country. We will never forget your sacrifice!

Please, make sure we have a current photo and rank for you. We want to be sure we remember all of our alumni veterans.
AlumNight with DL - Baton Rouge
Dr.  Livingston  enjoyed an evening catching up with our alumnus in Baton Rouge on Sunday, November 11!

John Prejean '09 and Dr. Livingston had the chance to re-connect at Mike Anderson's Seafood Restaurant in Baton Rouge.
Alumni Turkey Games 2018
We had an extraordinary turn out for our Alumni Turkey Games! Several Mustangs were back on the field for a morning of throwing passes and making some good field goal kicks!

The fun continued into the afternoon with two fast paced games of basketball - we're talking 3-pointers everywhere!

We look forward to seeing our alumni back on campus again soon! Everyone was a winner! 🏆
Upcoming Events - Join us!
HC AlumNight in EaDo
Join us on December 6 at 7 PM at the Truck Yard for an HC AlumNight in East Downtown!

We will be hosting a happy hour for our alumni with some yummy appetizers!

Let us know you'll be there and spread the word!
Fine Arts Christmas Concert
Come back to campus and enjoy the beautiful sounds of the season at HC's Fine Arts Christmas Concert.

Tuesday, December 11 at 7 PM
Pampell Family Chapel

We hope to see you there!
Save the Date - APRIL 6, 2019
This year our gala theme is "An Evening in the Secret Garden." We hope you and your fellow alumni will join us as we support Houston Christian and celebrate all of the things that make it an essential experience for its students.

Who knows? You may even win some exclusive items from the silent auction! Take advantage of your alumni pricing and plan a fun night out with your friends!

Questions?
Contact: Sherrie Webb
SAVE THE DATES!
Mustang Stories
Lauren Schulz '12
"Houston Christian was instrumental in developing my core skills, values, and view of the world around me. Not only was I prepared academically and spiritually by wonderful teachers, but I also gained experiences from Passport to Lead and Globe Trek that paved the way for college and my career."

Lauren Schulz '12 graduated from Houston Christian and the Passport to Lead program. She studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. She continues to develop her technical and leadership skills, currently working as a Pipe Stress Engineer at Fluor in the Energy and Chemicals business line. She is also working on a project for Marathon Petroleum to upgrade a refinery in Texas City.
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