Events

Dear Alumni, Parents of Alumni, Grandparents, Former Faculty, and Friends,
 
We hope that you and your families are doing well and staying healthy.
 
We are grateful for the great pride and connection of the extended Belmont Hill School community and look forward to many occasions in the future for us all to come together on the campus of this special institution.
 
With warm wishes to you and your families,
 
The Alumni House
 
Alumni House Programs 
 
Though there has not been the typical line up of events and meetings hosted by the Alumni House, they have been busy creating virtual events to keep Belmont Hill constituents engaged with the school and each other. 
  
Virtual Corporators and Close Friends School Update with Greg Schneider, Jon M. Biotti ’87, and Casey Bobo - August 18, 2020   
 
Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. ’32 Golf Tournament at Concord Country Club - September 14, 2020  
 
Multicultural Alumni Partnership Mentorship Student Breakfast at the Alumni House - September 25, 2020  
 
Parents Fund Committee Virtual Launch with a video from Jean Egan P ’22 and Greg Schneider - October 7, 2020  
 
Form VI Parents Fund - Virtual launch with a video from Carolyn and Joe Curtin ’80 P ’14, ’21 and Greg Schneider - October 8, 2020  
 
Multicultural Alumni Partnership Directors Golf Outing at Belmont Country Club - October 19, 2020 
 
Virtual Homecoming - October 24, 2020  
 
Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) Mentorship Program Launch - November 11, 2020 and 2020 (and follow up meetings: 
December 16, 2020, January 12, 2021, February 9, 2021, and March 9, 2021) 
 
Former Faculty and Staff Zoom - December 1, 2020. Attendees included: Bob Arnold, Buddy Bates, Erik Bertelsen, Eileen Burt, Ted Burt, Debbie Callahan, Ann Cote, Robert Cressey, Joe Curtin '80, Vic deForest, Chip Dewar, David Dobrowolski, Arlette Doherty, Kevin Fleming, Robert Greene, Dave Greer, James Hejduk, Carl Hobert, Richard Hoffman, Colleen Kramer, John Mackenzie, John MacLean, Mary Ann McKenna, Guillermo Moronta, Jim O'Leary, John Petrie, Harold Prenatt, Tod Rodger, George Seeley, Don Stewart, Mary Swain, Ann Tift, Hans Wachtmeister, Christopher Wadsworth, George Weston, Patty Whitney, and Travis Woolcott. 
 
Virtual Corporators and Close Friends Fireside Chat with Greg Schneider and Will Forde ’05 - January 13, 2021  
 
KWA Women’s Series featuring Mallika Marshall, MD (P '23, '26, SP '90), Sarah Fortune, MD (P '20), and Sue Wolf-Fordham, JD, MPA (SP '76) - February 4, 2021
 
 Virtual Middle School Grandparents and Honored Guests Day - February 18, 2021  
 
Global Investing Webinar with Tim Buckley '87 and Jean Hynes (Winsor P '16, '18, '18, '21) March 8, 2021
 
Virtual Annual Meeting of the Corporation - April 29, 2021 
 
Reunion Golf at Belmont Country Club - May 14, 2021 
 
Virtual Reunion - May 15, 2021 
 
September 27, 2021 - Henry B. Sawyer Jr. ’32 Golf Tournament at Concord Country Club
 
Form VI Homeroom Meetings at the Alumni House 
Mrs. Bobo - October 15  
Alumni Ambassador meeting - October 16   
Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Grant - October 16  
Mr. Doar - October 20   
Mr. C. Schneider - October 22  
Mr. Richards - October 26  
Mr. G. Schneider - November 9  
Mr. Patterson - November 10  
Mr. Kaplan - November 16  
 
Grand Alumni Zoom meetings with faculty members: 
1968 with Walker Coppedge ’94 - September 17 
1954 with Steve Kaplan ’83 - September 24 
1960 with Jeff Fast - September 25 
1962 with Caleb Collins ’93 - October 6  
1970 with Steve Carr ’93 - October 7 
1955 with Chris Sweeney ’83 - October 14 
1952 with Corey Cofield - October 22 
1951 with Ken Martin ‘65 - October 27  
1953 with Nancy Montanaro - November 19 
1957 with Lauren Hamilton - December 7 
1959 with Casey Bobo - January 20
1956 with Ruth Sweeney - February 25 
1963 with Al Murphy '98 - March 4 
 
 
 
 
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