"This is an exciting group of people who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the ideals of Seattle Pacific University. We're very proud to have them as fellow alumni."

Director of Alumni Doug Taylor offers such high praise for the six Medallion Award winners recognized at the President's Homecoming Luncheon earlier this year. Consistently loyal in their support of Seattle Pacific and its mission, all 20 alumni have contributed in significant ways to their communities, churches and education-related careers:

Beverly Smith Anderson '65 is a teacher of the culinary arts at Seattle's Shorewood High School and recipient of the governor's Excellence in Education award.

Paul Highsmith '61 is principal of Mercer Island High School with more than 30 years in education. He has been a teacher and announcer of boys' basketball tournaments.

Chuck Chinn '68, former principal of Ballard High School, retired this year after 32 years in education. He was recognized as an outstanding principal by the Alliance for Education.

Suzanne Emery '89 is a former missionary and professional in maternal-child nursing and has been recognized for providing crucial childbirth classes to Spanish-speaking families.

Roy Entwistle '59 and Judith Entwistle '58 spent many years overseeing a school for missionary children in Kenya. Roy was principal and Judith a teacher, with 500 students from 75 mission agencies under their care. They raised four children of their own and continue to serve at the headquarters of African Inland Mission.


If you think "All You Need Is Love," make plans now for Casey Alumni Weekend 2000. "Casey Salute!" is August 18-20 and this year's special attraction is "The Nowhere Men," the Northwest's premier Beatles band.

"The Nowhere Men" have performed across the region and have an exclusive concert planned for Seattle Pacific University fans of the Fab Four. Families are especially encouraged to treat the kids to a weekend of sand, surf and singable tunes.

Back by popular demand is Alumni College with its stimulating selection of classes featuring some of SPU's most interesting minds. There will be special crafts for the kids; swimming in the Olympic-sized pool; meals of baked salmon and other delights; and memorable opportunities for worship, reminiscence and walks along the beach with alumni, students and friends.

Hurry, time is running out! To find out more, or to register for Casey Weekend 2000, phone 206/281-ALUM.

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