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GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
AUGUST 24– 26, 2007
Our popular GAA family camp program — Camp Blue Heaven — will be
held August 24– 26 in the scenic North Carolina mountains at Camp Cheerio.
The weekend will be filled with traditional camp activities such as canoeing,
swimming, horseback ring riding, archery, riflery and climbing walls. You’ll
have the opportunity for special adventure activities such as caving or a
canoe trip along the New River.
Former UNC basketball player Eric Montross ’ 94 and UNC men’s lacrosse
coach John Haus ’ 83 will each provide a one-hour clinic during the weekend.
In addition, staff from the UNC Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
will provide fun and educational activities.
Gather with other UNC families for the last fling of the summer. Bring your
extended family — children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Camp Blue Heaven only costs about $500 for a family of four.
For more information, call Linda Rainey ’ 95 (MA) at (919) 962-3576, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
alumni.unc.edu to find Family Camp under
the programs and events menu.
GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Michael Gerard Gunzenhauser (’ 87 AB,
’ 99 PhD) and Deborah Ann Desjardins of
Pittsburgh adopted a son, Joshua Robert
Gunzenhauser, who was born Oct. 9, 2006.
’ 88 Lt. Col. Todd Wofford Gossett
(’ 88 ABJO) of Woodbridge,Va.,
has graduated from the Naval War
College with a master’s degree in national
security strategic studies. Gossett is assigned as
a missile defense staff officer in the operations
directorate of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the
Pentagon. Joseph Christopher Haj (’ 88
MFA) of Chapel Hill has been named producing artistic director for the UNC Playmakers
Repertory Company. Margaret Jonas
Harman (’ 88 AB) of Atlanta has joined Keller
Williams Peachtree Battle Realty as a charter
member. Roger Clark Harvey Jr. (’ 88
ABJO) of Carmel, Ind., has been named vice
president of strategic communications with
Bose Public Affairs Group. Harvey, who worked
in broadcast journalism for 18 years before
joining Bose, received a 2006 regional
Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio-Television News Director Association for the
news series, Afghanistan: Armed with Freedom,
and a regional Emmy for technical achievement for his piece Baby Qudrat Dies. Harvey
was one of the first American journalists to
broadcast live from Camp Phoenix in Kabul,
Afghanistan. Nancy Maass Kinnally (’ 88
AB) of Tallahassee, Fla., has been promoted to
director of public affairs and alumni relations
for the Florida State University College of
Medicine, where she will be responsible for
developing an alumni relations program for
the college that opened to its first 30 students
’ 89 Katherine Wiggins Fisher (’ 89
AB) of Rocky Mount, a lawyer
with Battle, Winslow, Scott and
Wiley PA, has been appointed to serve a
four-year term on the board of trustees for
Nash Community College. Thomas
Robert Staab II (’ 89 BSBA, ’ 90 MAC) of
Raleigh, chief financial officer and treasurer
for Inspire Pharmaceuticals, has joined the
board of directors for the Triangle Community Foundation.
’ 90 Ray Simpson “Rip” Farris III
(’ 90 BFA) of Charlotte, a managing partner with Tuscan Development LLC, has broken new ground in Charlotte architecture with the completion of a
modernist office building, the Watermark.
Scott Walter Pryzwansky (’ 90 AB) of
Greensboro has been named senior communications manager with Trone, a public relations
firm located in High Point.