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Alumni and Friends of Withrow Making a Difference

It’s been said before but it’s so true – without the generous support of time and financial resources from so many alumni and friends, the Withrow Alumni Assn. would not be in a strong partnership with the administration, staff and students. This generous support takes many forms, e.g

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Lesson from beyond Withrow’s Classrooms

by ROB HINTON 71, Tower News, Spring 2017

As another school year comes to an end, students and teachers often reflect on the year that has passed. For Withrow Tigers, both present and former, this is particularly true because one of the most important lessons learned this year took place outside of the classroom.

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Withrow Alumni Assn. Projects Report – Fall 2016

Taiwan Experience: For a second year, WAI was a catalyst in providing four students the opportunity to enrich their lives outside the classroom by being a part of a sixteen day exchange program in Taipei, Taiwan.  Read More →

Help Withrow with Kroger Plus Card

By Rob Hinton, ‘71, Board Member

When I was asked to become a member of the Withrow Alumni board two years ago, little did I know that I would actually have to do some work. After all, I’ve served on non-profit boards in the past where all I had to do was sit, nod and look pretty. So I “volunteered” to serve on the Withrow Alumni board’s Public Relations Committee. After spending nearly 25 years working in television news, I told myself I could do this! Right? ! Now comes my first  assignment…telling you (the alumni) how you can “reward” Withrow by using your Kroger Plus Shopping Card. Stay tuned (television news speak) because, I’m going to tell you how that works.

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Withrow’s Clock Tower Radiant at Night

tower_night384x384That headline and picture first appeared as an article in our Fall of 2007 Tower News following the complete restoration of Withrow’s clock mechanisms and facings.  The response of Alumni to financially support the restoration was overwhelming.  For the next nine years (or approximately 35,000 hours), the Clock facings did radiate at night like a beacon in the sky. Unfortunately, today, the current lighting system is now beyond repair; and all 48 florescent bulbs and ballasts are burnt out.  Board member Dave Blocksom ’68 (retired from a career in residential construction) thoroughly researched lighting options and presented to the Board of Trustees a plan to replace the lighting system with energy efficient LED lights in water proof housings.  The new system will have an approximate life of 20 years.  The cost to replace the system for all four clock faces is $6,700.  Your Board encourages YOUR support of any amount to keep the clock tower radiant at night.  You can make a donation to Relight the Clock Tower by clicking HERE.