News from your Alumni Association
››2005 CAA Election Candidates Announced
Elections will be held for the following seats:
- Vice President - 1 seat
- Gary G. Durante, ’80
- William S. (Bill) Stafford, ’78
- District 3 - SC (Counties of Greenwood, Abbeville, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale, Hampton, Colleton, Beaufort & Jasper - 1 seat
- Leonard H. (Budgie) Broome, ’57
- Frank E. Gibson III, ’69
- District 13 - DC, VA, MD - 1 seat
- John R. (Randy) Brooks, ’77
- W. Keith Midgette, ’76
- W. Barry Owenby, ’73
- District 15 - NY & New England - 1 seat
- James L. (Jim) Belote, ’66
- L. W. (Bill) Whitman, ’55
The following nominations were uncontested; therefore, these nominees will automatically begin terms of office at the Annual Meeting:
- Cmdr. Drury (Chip) C. Nimmich, ‘76
- District 1 - SC - 4 seats
- Col. Edward B. Carter, ‘66
- Col. James M. Dorton, ‘64
- J. Caldwell Warley III, ‘96
- M. Kevin Williams, ‘94
- District 5 - SC - 1 seat
- District 7 - US Army - 1 seat
- Col. William A. Hudson, Jr. ‘79
- District 11 - GA - 2 seats
- A. J. Glenn III, ‘53
- Lucien B. Lane, ‘70
- District 17 - AL, LA, MS, TN - 1 seat
- Col. Anthony L. Baggiano, ‘61
- District 19 - AZ, CO, IA, ID, KS, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, SD, UT, WY - 1 seat
The following seats will be appointed by the incoming president of the Association, subject to approval by the Board:
- 1 Director - District 9 - US Marine Corps/US Navy (active duty)
- 2 At-Large Members of the Executive Committee (must be members of the CAA Board)
- 2 Directors-at-Large
- 1 Out-of State Club President Director
- 1 In-State Club President Director
The members of the Election Committee are:
Dr. W. W. (Skipper) Brawley, Jr., ’62, chairman; Jeffrey E. Fulp, ’90; Col. James E. Jones, Jr., ’58, past president; Nancy R. Mace-Jackson, ’00; William C. Mills, ’71, past president; and Dudley Saleeby, Jr., ’66, past president.
››Letter from Bill Kastner, '74, Alumni Representative to the Board of Visitors
As of 1 July, I am seated on The Citadel Board of Visitors (BOV). I am prepared to present your views. I reiterate my commitment to solicit your views and communicate them to the BOV. Thusfar, I have read each of the website and email responses prompted by the BOV soliciting your opinions on what should be the new president’s priorities. [Read More...]
››CAA and The Citadel Seeking POW and MIA Alumni
National MIA-POW Day is September 16 and the Citadel is planning to honor our alumni who have been POWs or are listed as MIA. We know who our five Vietnam-era POWs and two WWII POW alumni are, but we are not aware of other living alumni who have been POWs or are MIA.
The Alumni Office is asking all alumni if they know of any alumnus who has been a POW. Please call (843-953-7696) or e-mail the Alumni Office if you have any such information.
››2005 Football Away Game Hotel and Party Information Updated
Details are available for the six away football games planned this year. Pre-game activities, host hotels and ticket prices can be found on the CAA Website.
››Save the Date - Homecoming 2005
The date for Homecoming 2005 is set for Saturday, November 12. Classes ending with "0" and "5" will be celebrating official reunions, but the weekend has plenty of events that cater to everyone. Look for more information and event details to be posted late summer.
››New CAA Life Membership Cards in the Mail Soon
CAA is pleased to present all of its Life Members with a new Life Membership card. The new high-quality plastic card is personalized with your name and class year. This is another way CAA is striving to enhance the value of life membership. If you're not a Life Member and are interested in joining, more information can be found on the CAA website.
››Keep CAA Updated
Do you want to change the e-mail or other address CAA has for you? DON'T REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL! You can change any of your information online in The CAA Online Community or via the CAA Web site.
News from The Citadel
›› Bull Blogging
In a continued effort to provide new services to alumni and friends and quickly distribute news and information, The Citadel has launched an RSS feed. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way of compiling text, news, articles, etc, to be read by software applications when the user desires. These feeds can be subscribed to using popular News Aggregators. For more information on aggregators, RSS and how to subscribe, visit The Citadel's RSS Information Page.
››Storage for Scholarships
The Citadel Women's Club is in need of your help so that they can continue fundraising for cadet scholarships. A small warehouse or storage unit in the Charleston area that someone is willing to sell, lease or allow use of is needed to collect items for the annual yard sale. These items are collected throughout the year and The Women's Club is running out of space to store them. All proceeds from the sale are marked for cadet scholarships. Also, 2-4 acres of flat land/farmland are needed. If anyone would be willing to sell, lease or allow use of this land for The Women's Club to host an Oozeball (mud volleyball) Tournament in 2006, please e-mail John Carter.