In the first ACC Challenge Blood
Drive for the Greensboro area on
March 4, the Carolina Club
defeated all other ACC local
clubs with 32 donors. Duke
finished second with 24, and N.C.
State was third with 19.
Bob Keefe ' 88, left, and
wife, Tammie ' 89, help
their daughter Delaney
display the rare collec-
tor's edition of the 1985
UNC Basketball Trivial
Pursuit game that she
won during a San Diego
club viewing party. Club
co-chalr Joel Brilliant
' 66 did the presentation
ever senior Meet and Greet, which gave
members of the class of '02 interested in mov-
ing to areas with local clubs the chance to
speak with club volunteers.
Kevin Barris ' 77, chair of the Houston
Carolina Club, called the face-to-face contact
with students "outstanding."
"Carolina students are graduating with
great perspectives on life, and it was fun to see
that in person," Barris says. "Also, they help us
understand what they expect from Carolina
Clubs when they leave the Hill.
headed to Boshamer Stadium to watch the Tar
Heels baseball team play California and then
on to Morehead Planetarium for an evening
Solar System Adventure ptogram.
Hunsucker says the conference gave him
vision "as to where we need to be in the next
"It's a huge responsibility for us," he says of
his role as a club chair."But it has been a
pleasure for me to give back whenever I can."
- Pam ela Babcock
For more information about events, contact the local Carolina Club leaders indicated below, go to
alumni.unc.edu/ clubs or contact Keitcha Royal ' 96 at the GAA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 962-6705.
Cumberland County (Fayetteville, N.C.)
• August 12: Student send-off, time TBA, Dark
Branch Swim Club
Tom Nicholson ' 77, email@example.com, (910) 485-1059
•June 8: Summer pig pickin' & student send-off,
£ 1[m in Southlake, 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Kevin Curry ' 89, kcurryOl@airmail.net, (972) 713-8160
• May 24: 4th Annual Spring Picnic, Swim &
Croquet Club, 5 p.m.
Philip Cree ' 52, firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 545-9794
• July 21: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco
Giants, Dodger Stadium, 5: 10 p.m.
Jack Archey ' 93, email@example.com, (310) 207-9687
New Jersey (princeton, N.].)
• june 22: Carolina Day at the Races, 3: 30 p.m.,
Joe Lyons ' 66, firstname.lastname@example.org, (732) 222-6422
• August 3: Sunday afternoon picnic at New
jersey's Spectacular Somerset Patriots, time and
Greg Hurst ' 75, email@example.com,
• june 21: First Night of SLUlllller party, 11 p.I11.- 2
a.m., Crane Club
Courtney Bellich ' 99, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Palm Beach County (Boca Raton/Delray Beach)
• June 20: Happy hour, the Banana Boat
Diane Copeland ' 66, (561) 655-1747
• June 7: Clam bake, time TBA, Penn Brewery
• August 4: SUlllmer send-off picnic, details TBA
Bob Cook ' 86 and ' 91, email@example.com, (412)
•June LACC Pig pickin', Crown Point, 11 a.lll.
Duke Masten ' 69,
firstname.lastname@example.org, (858) 536-9940
San Francisco Bay Area
• May 27: San Francisco Giants vs. Arizona
Diamondbacks Baseball Game, Pac Bell Park,
• july 21: Annual Carolina barbecue, Huddant Park
in Woodside, time TBA
Elizabeth Heffner ' 98,
email@example.com, (415) 776-5003
Trl-Cltles aohnsotl City, Tennessee)
• May 26: Scholarship fi.ll1d-raising barbecue,
Chris McKinney ' 83, firstname.lastname@example.org,
• June 2: Barbecue, details TBA
Ailis Aaron ' 99, email@example.com, (703)
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