by the numbers
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( This directory includes records for
258,754 living alumni,
57,216 deceased alumni,
as well as records of faculty, staff,
students and friends of UNC.)
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Unique visitors in May 2007*
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L.A. Club Steps Up for Revlon Run/Walk
On Mother’s Day weekend a team
of 31 Carolina alumni participated
in the annual Revlon Run/Walk. The
event raises money for research, outreach and support for women’s cancers. The Los Angeles Carolina Club
exceeded its goal of $2,500 by raising
$3,800 for the cause.
For one alumna, Chrystal Baker
’05, the experience was particularly Jacqueline Elliot ’05, left, and Chrystal Baker ’05, as well as Josalyn
meaningful. “It was definitely a day of Jennings ’02, right, helped the L.A. Carolina Club raise $3,800 for the
solidarity and teamwork,” she said. “It Revlon Run/Walk to battle women’s cancers.
was also pretty moving for anyone with ed other related events, with more than
family or friends dealing with or who have 50,000 participants overall. The Revlon
dealt with cancer.” Run/Walk is held on the East and West
COURTESY L. A. CLUB
The Los Angeles 5K began at the his- Coasts in May. ■
toric L.A. Memorial Coliseum and includ- — Juliann Neher
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Club Helps With Spring Cleaning Project
Before digging into some N.C. barbecue,
members of the Minneapolis/St. Paul
Carolina Club did a little spring cleaning.
Club members’ service project on April
26 at the Gibbs Farm Museum included
stripping paint off the outside of a building
so it could be repainted to prepare the
facility for its May 1 opening.
The afternoon brought a barbecue feast
featuring food from Hawg Wild BBQ of Minneapolis/St. Paul Carolina Club leader Tom Conlon ’ 84, left, and other alumni and friends enjoyed some N.C. barbe-
COURTESY MINN./ST. PAUL CLUB
Brevard. Sauces for both eastern- and west- cue from Hawg Wild BBQ of Brevard after helping with the
ern-style barbecue were provided. spring cleaning service project at the Gibbs Farm Museum.
Southern side dishes were provided by a
local eatery, P&G’s Catering, and included
collard greens, macaroni and cheese, hush
puppies, fried okra, cole slaw, warm peach
cobbler and, of course, sweet tea.
Besides straddling the rival barbecue traditions, the UNC club event organized by — Juliann Neher
leader Tom Conlon ’ 84 also invites alumni
from all N.C. colleges, along with others
with ties to the state. Sports rivalries are
put aside for a day of good food and good
Did You Know?
The Carolina Alumni Review archives
are available to GAA members online. This
fully searchable database provides access to
all magazine content dating to 1994. In
addition, complete digital editions, offering
the magazine as it appears in print, are
available starting with the 2007 editions.
GAA Online Digest
Look for these items at alumni.unc.edu
in July and August:
■ Travel 2009 Check out the new lineup,
including trips for active alumni.
■ Homecoming/RAMpage 2008 and
the Black Alumni Reunion Make
your plans for the weekend of Nov. 7-8.
■ Student Send-off Receptions Find a
reception in your area and join fellow
alumni in giving the newest Carolina
students a proper send-off.
■ Carolina College for Lifelong
SARAH MCCART Y ARNESON ’ 96
Learning Coming Aug. 1, view the class
listing for fall.
See page 6 for the From the Hill Online Digest.
ONLINE: For more information about the GAA’s
activities, services and events, visit alumni.unc.edu.