of our alums are already on Facebook and enjoy the social
interaction of chatting and sharing photos with friends.
has a Facebook page, too, and we hope you will visit our
page and "like" us so that you will receive notifications
of UAAA news and upcoming events. Please make UAAA a part
of your Facebook experience!
UP IN JULY: CLASS
REUNIONS FOR CLASSES ENDING IN "2" AND "7"!
4th of July falls on a Tuesday this year, and the parade and
all UACA activities, such as Party in the Park and the fireworks,
will also be held on Tuesday.
following classes are having reunions during the 4th of July
weekend this year. Please click your class year to see your
reunion page. THANK YOU to the alums who have volunteered to
chair their class reunions this year!
make sure that you find out about your class reunion:
YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION!
to make sure that you will be contacted about your class reunion
is to CHECK
AND UPDATE, if necessary, your contact information
with UAAA. We keep a complete database of everyone who
ever graduated from Upper Arlington High School, and Bearalums.com
has a database of more than 30,000 home addresses and more
than 13,000 email addresses for our alums.
email addresses change frequently, please check to make sure
that your email is current on your class page! If you would
like for us to change it, please complete
page, you'll see a link to a separate page for YOUR class
reunion. On it, we've listed all the events and also the names
and email addresses or phone numbers of the reunion chairmen,
if you have questions. Many of the pages contain links for
easy online payments, too.
COMING UP THIS WINTER
GIRLS BASKETBALL ALUMNI NIGHT - DECEMBER 21
HOCKEY TEAM CELEBRATES 40 YEARS - JANUARY 28
Arlington Ice Hockey has a long standing tradition
of hockey in central Ohio as the Capital Hockey Conferences
oldest OHSAA hockey team, becoming a varsity sport in 1977.
Since that first year, the UA Ice Hockey Family has grown
to over 430 student/player alumni.
Hockey Team will celebrate 40 years of hockey this year. A
Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of UA Hockey will take
place on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 7:00pm at the Ice
Haus when UA takes on Dublin Coffman. All Alumni UA Hockey
players, Families & Fans are invited to join the celebration!
off our 40th Year Celebration, a special on ice recognition
of the 1977 Team will take place immediately prior to the
7:00 pm game.
of the 1977 team include:
Swearingen, Head Coach, John Balcerzak 78, Terry
Bigham 78, Mark Bruck 78, Kevin Defett 78,
Paul DeLeone 79, Doug DiPietro 79, Mark Fixari
79, Mark Foster 78, David Good 79, Rick
Heyboer 78, Dan Jones 78, Stan Jones 79,
Derrick Layer 78, Ken Lewis 78, Ted Lippold 79,
Steve Phalen 78, Todd Porterfield 78, Doug Salmen
79, David Savic 80, Mark Scherer 79, Jim
Sherman 79, and Doug Von Doersten 79.
HALL OF FAME: JANUARY 27
for this heartwarming and memorable ceremony as we recognize
the outstanding achievements of our 2017 inductees. After the
Hall of Fame ceremony, we invite you to catch up with old teammates,
meet some of the parents of our current players and enjoy an
evening of reminiscing and socializing. Browse our Silent Auction
tables which will feature some outstanding items such as vacation
getaways, gift certificates and packages donated by local businesses.
This area is A MUST SEE! Please bring your checkbook/cash for
the bar/raffle! If you would like to donate an auction item,
send item information to email@example.com.
ANGELS" PROGRAM ASSISTS SENIORS WHO NEED HELP WITH SHOVELING
UA Commission on AgingandSTAY
UA are working together on a new volunteer program
called "Snow Angels." This program
matches volunteers with older adults who need help with
is currently recruiting individual and group volunteers
who are willing to commit to helping a UA Senior with
this winter chore for the season. This is a great opportunity
for students who need service hours, service organizations,
or for families who would like to volunteer together.
They do their best to match volunteers with seniors
who live in their neighborhoods.
interested in helping should call 614-583-5123
to sign up. Please click the image on the left to enlarge
ABOUT THE GOLDEN BEAR ROCK FEST?
alums have asked about the Golden Bear Rock Fest, our fundraiser
we've had on four occasions.
next Rock Fest is being planned for 2018!
like to provide opportunities for alums from ALL CLASSES
to gather at various local venues to mix, mingle, and
meet new people. Please
tune in to our Facebook page and watch your inbox
for information about these casual get-togethers. They will
be great networking opportunities, and also provide a chance
for alums to meet new people and reconnect with longtime friends!
select dates and times and then everyone who wants to participate
can come and see who's there. We're hoping for alums from
classes of all ages.
IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUTSTANDING AND DISTINGUISHED
OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS is an alum who has generously
dedicated his or her time to the service of the Upper
Arlington Alumni Association and its mission.
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS is an alum who is honored
for his or her personal, educational, or career achievement.
DO I NOMINATE SOMEONE?
you would like to nominate someone for the 2017 awards,
and you are not yet a member of UAAA, you
can join here. Our membership dues are only $20
per year! We need your support and greatly appreciate
2017 Outstanding and Distinguished Alums will be honored
at the UA ALUMNI DAY on Sunday, July 2, 2017.
DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS IS MARCH 1, 2017.
honors our Outstanding and Distinguished
Alumni DURING THEIR CLASS REUNION
YEARS. Therefore, if you are planning
to nominate an alum who graduated in
a year that is NOT having a class reunion
in 2017, we will keep the nomination
in our files until that nominee is having
a class reunion. We do it this way so
that the award recipient is surrounded
by his or her classmates at a large,
happy gathering. It adds to the fun
and excitement of the event! We
look forward to receiving your nomination(s)!
EDUCATORS' HALL OF FAME - JULY 2, 2017
INDUCTION CEREMONY: SUNDAY, JULY 2, 2017
The ceremony will be part of UA Alumni Day at the high school!
us can remember high school educators or staff members whose
influence was long-lasting and significant. It might have
been through the wisdom they shared, the challenges they provided,
the knowledge and passion they had for teaching, or the genuine
care they exhibited. No matter how they connected with us,
our thoughts about them still evoke warm feelings for them
and for our high school years.
to honor these dedicated professionals by nominating them
for recognition in the Upper Arlington High School Educators
Hall of Fame. Each
inductee will have an area of the high school named in his
or her honor, and a bronze plaque will be placed in that area
to commemorate that educator's commitment and achievements.
Hall of Fame Inductees include: Dr. James Allen, Shirley
Behnke, Robert Ginther, Jean Guddat, Walter Heischman, Lester
Jackson, Richard Larkin, Ellis Lutz, Marv Moorehead, Vera
K. Randall, David Shelby, Pat Stewart, Phil Wagner, and Charles
you like to nominate a former educator for the Hall of Fame?
next induction ceremony will be held at our UA ALUMNI DAY
on Sunday, July, 2017. Please complete
the online form, or print
the form and submit it.
THE RETIREMENT OF LACROSSE COACH TED WOLFORD - JULY 2
Sunday, July 2, please join us at UA Alumni Day and also stop
in at the celebration of Coach Ted Wolford's retirement after
decades of coaching the UAHS
Boys' Lacrosse team! The celebration for Coach Wolford will
take place outside on the field during the UAAA Alumni Day activities.
Ted Wolford ended his 25th season as head boys'
lacrosse coach with winning the 2016 State Championship.
He begins his 40th year overall with the Upper Arlington mens
lacrosse team as an Assistant Coach after retiring as head
coach. Coach Wolford took over in 1992 when his older brother,
Bill, departed to start the Worthington Kilbourne Wolves lacrosse
program. Coach Wolford served as the defensive coordinator
for five years under his brother, was an assistant for six
years under then head coach Lee Spitzer, and served as a head
coach at both Jones and Hastings Middle Schools. He is the
fourth head coach in Upper Arlingtons 44 year history,
season, Coach Wolford is an active member of UALA (Upper Arlington
Lacrosse Association). In 1992, Coach Wolford was an assistant
coach in the National North-South High School All-Star Game
in Baltimore, MD. In 2000, Coach Wolford was an assistant
coach to the Korean National Team in the World Games held
in Perth, Australia. In 2003, Coach Wolford was the co-head
coach for the Korean U-19 World Team that competed in Baltimore.
Coach Wolford is two-time president of both the Ohio High
School Scholastic Lacrosse Association and of COLCA - Central
Ohio Lacrosse Coaches Association. During Coach Wolfords
tenure as head coach, Upper Arlington has won the Midwest
ten times, won State 16 times and finished second in State
seven times. Coach Wolford was named Midwest Coach of the
Year in 1993, 1998, 1999, and 2004 and was Ohios Coach
of the Year in 1993, 1994, 1997, 2002, 2004 and 2005. In 2000,
Wolford was honored at the National Coaches Convention with
the Gerald J. Carroll Exemplary Coaching Award. In 2007, he
was inducted into the Ohio Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Coach Wolford
was a member of the Columbus Lacrosse Club for sixteen years,
including a five - year stint as head coach. He is employed
by Shaffer Distributing Company.
G. WILL EMERGING WRITER AWARDS (CLASS OF 1959) UPDATE
from the Class of 1959 on THE CHARLES G. WILL EMERGING WRITER
of 2016 marked the second year that the Class of 1959 Charles
G. Will Emerging Writer Awards have been presented to
one member of the freshmen, sophomore, and junior classes
who have demonstrated tremendous growth in their writing during
the school year. The honorees are nominated by their teachers
and selections are made by a panel of English teachers.
award honors the memory of long time English teacher, Mr.
Will, whose dedication to his students inspired many to push
themselves and deepen their understand of literature and maximize
their writing skills.
of 1959 President, William C. Pflaum, reports that
the class has contributed more than $15,000 to their endowment
fund from which each student honoree receives a $200 award.
"We intend to make it an annual program well into the
future. We would more than welcome contributions from ANY
student who sat in his class during his many years of teaching
us the beauty of our language."
Arlington High School's first graduation was held in 1925,
so today - just a few years shy of the centennial class -
is an opportune time to start planning for this important
milestone and kick off a program that will commemorate 100
years of excellence.
in this club begins as soon as donors fill out a 10-year pledge
card for their gift to the UA+ED's
Unrestricted General Fund. Members
will be included in all UA+ED publications and on our Web
the Upper Arlington Schools were founded, an outstanding Golden
Bear education has always been a priority for our community
and a gift to our children. While
the cost of education rises and governmental funding decreases,
the UA Schools depend on donors like you to help continue
newsletter, Traditions, is UAAA's way of connecting
our alums and passing along all kinds of interesting news.
We invite you to send
us any news about your own life so that we can share it
with other grads.
complete this "News Item" form. We
welcome photos to accompany your story, and the pictures will
be used on the Announcements page of Bearalums.com rather
than in the newsletter (we are keeping Traditions text-only
for fast loading and readability even on your phone!).
- we love to hear about what's happening in your life, whether
it is related to education, marriage, family, relocation,
career accomplishments, or anything else! Thank
you for helping us keep our newsletter interesting and fun
with your input!
is about a man Mark knew by the name of Jupiter Mule. Mark
says that just looking at him you wouldnt see much to
make you interested. In fact look away and you forget you
saw him. But stuff just keeps happening to him. It is almost
impossible to end up with a name like Jupiter and be normal.
Jupe is a powerful (and possibly supernatural) attraction
for strange phenomena.
had a familial predisposition to being odd. He had a traumatic
assault by a can of chili in his youth that still haunts him.
He was a member of two illegal fraternities, joined the Marine
Corps on a dare during Vietnam and he was once trampled by
a herd of turkeys. I am not even going to get into the summer
his parents sent him to live with carneys on the State and
County fair circuit or that whole thing about ramming a tank
gun tube up the back end of a Vietnamese civilian bus.
that Upper Arlington High School figures prominently in the
book, so you may want to grab a copy and call your lawyers,
because you may be in the book.
people walk the halls of The Villages Regional Hospital, but
not many carry a guitar.
Scott Roberts is one of the small but growing number
of volunteers recruited to help improve a patients hospital
stay and aid their healing process. Through
new programs, such as Who Needs A Boost? and Peer
Connections, a musician lightens the mood in patient rooms
and support group members offer advice to people recovering
from life-changing procedures. When TVRH Rehab Hospital began
treating patients in July, hospital administration considered
creating an in-house support group, but instead chose to tap
into the multiple groups that already exist in the community.
The decision has been received well by patients and staff.Read
the entire article
M. Polk '69 of Polk Foundation in Upper Arlington, Ohio
has been recognized for his Lifetime philanthropic excellence
at the 10th Annual Invest in Others Community Leadership Awards
Gala in New York City. Financial advisors are nominated by their
peers for actively giving to improve their communities and make
a difference in the lives of others.
in Others is the premier financial services 501(c)(3)non-profit
dedicated to recognizing, encouraging, and supporting the
charitable works of financial advisors and the advisory industry
throughout the United States and around the World.
General Jens Stoltenberg has decided to appoint Rose Gottemoeller
'71 from the US as the next Deputy Secretary General. She
will replace Ambassador Alexander Vershbow from the US, who
took up his position in February 2012.
am delighted to announce the appointment of Rose Gottemoeller,
who will bring to NATO a wealth of experience in international
security policy, and in areas such as arms control and relations
with Russia. She will also be the first woman to hold this
key post, which is a milestone in NATO. I am grateful to Ambassador
Alexander Vershbow, who will retire in the autumn after a
distinguished career. His commitment and contribution to NATO
have been indispensable at a time of unprecedented security
is currently serving as US Under Secretary for Arms Control
and International Security, advising the Secretary of State
on arms control, non-proliferation and political-military
affairs. She was previously Assistant Secretary of State for
the Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance, and
the chief negotiator of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
(New START). She
also served, among others, as the Director of the Carnegie
Moscow Center. Rose began her post on October 1, 2016.
a proud member of the Upper Arlington High School Class of
1971. We congratulate Rose for her many accomplishments and
thank her for her dedication to our country.
a life changing trip to Africa, Brian Trotier '73
and Judith Bambace decided to start a nonprofit called One
World United to support educational and healthcare initiatives
in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, and Kenya.
of '85 sweethearts Erik Strandwitz and Marie Van
Fossen have been friends since meeting in the 8th grade
at Jones Junior High. They dated in high school yet split
remained dear friends for decades through life's ups and downs
and then those life circumstances brought them back into a
Marie married in May, 2016 in Sonoma County, California and
now reside in Columbus, Ohio. Erik plays in a band named Strange
Grain who plays B-side/deep track rock and also works
for Roto Group in Dublin building interactive museum exhibits
for a global client base.
is a water resources engineer for the Franklin County Sanitary
Engineer whose offices are in the old COSI building (class
of '85 had their 10 year reunion there before the new COSI
Dreve Young '86 has developed a web site called GetYourBookStarted.com.
From her home page: "In our process together you will
start, write, and finish your first book. Youll become
an author, and hold the printed book in your hands. Youll
be able to tell everyone youve written a book, and be
proud of it!
a process of support and community. Youll join a small
group of people ready to explore their story, unearth its
deeper meaning, and heal themselves through the retelling.
Everyone is on the path to write their book in four weeks.
Y ou can receive a Tuesday Writing Prompt just by entering
your email in the box at the bottom of the page. I promise
to never ever share or sell your information. And there are
some bonuses youll get when you sign up.
ever considered writing a book, I can help you write a first
draft in 30 days. The next coaching program begins in January
of 2017. Visit GetYourBookStarted.com."
Brown and her friend, Alison Foose of Worthington, have
been creating artwork that they then sell in order to donate
the proceeds to the Worthington
pieces are made with plastic canvas and yarn. Allie and Alison
have many different designs, as you can see from the samples
are interested in helping Allie, Alison and the Special Olympics
group, please email
Allie Brown o discuss what you would like to order. In
the subject line, please write "Plastic Canvas Orders."
White House invited members of the 2016 Paralympic Team to
be recognized after their competition in Rio. Blake Haxton
'09 finished fourth in the world, barely missing a bronze
medal. The photos show Blake at The White House with other
Paralympic Team members, and being congratulated on his achievements
by President Barack Obama.
graduates of Upper Arlington High School, we share a special
bond that lasts a lifetime, and it is with sad hearts that
we announce the passing of the following UAHS alumni and faculty.
To their families and friends we extend our sincere condolences.
day is a wonderful time to reflect on our Military Alums and
the many ways in which they have selflessly served our country
and all Americans.
haven't visited the Military
Alums page of Bearalums.com recently, please stop
by and see why we are so very proud of our Golden Bears who
went on to join the Armed Forces and bravely serve our country
through the decades.
to receive submissions of names and information, and hope
to make our list as complete as possible.
have served, or are currently serving in the service, please
visit this page and complete the form, so that we can
add your name, branch of service, and experience to this important
page of our alumni web site! Thank you to all our Military
GOLDEN BEAR APRONS TO BENEFIT KIP GRENHILL SCHOLARSHIP
HOLIDAY GIFT IDEA!
Arlington High School PTO has established a scholarship fund
in retired principal Kip Greenhill's name. Each year The
Kip Greenhill Scholarship Fund provides an college scholarship
for a deserving UAHS graduating senior. The scholarship is
awarded during the school's
Senior Honors Assembly in the spring.
wife, Katy Greenhill, is offering handmade aprons for
sale, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Scholarship
Fund. Katy beautifully hand crafts each apron with a UA Golden
are available for both adults and children, and the adult
aprons are available in a traditional bib style or a wraparound
variety with pockets. All aprons are adjustable.
Delivery within Upper Arlington. Shipping and Handling for
orders outside UA is $8.00.
is available for an extra $10.
aprons make FANTASTIC GIFTS! Think of the local Golden
Bears and also the ones who live out of the area! Wouldn't
they love to have a Golden Bear apron to wear at the grill
or call her at 614-286-0105 for all details.
ALUMNI WEB SITE
visited our Bearalums.com Alumni
Web sites page lately? Many of our alums have sent in
the addresses of their personal or company sites, and we've
linked to each of them. They are organized by graduation year.
People like to do business with people they know and trust,
and it's interesting and fun to look through these Web sites
to find out what kinds of businesses, organizations, and hobbies
our fellow UAHS grads are involved in and enjoy.
LIKE TO HELP ALUMS PROMOTE THEIR WEB SITES!
few months, we will feature several of these Alumni Web sites.
If you would like for us to link
to your Web site, please
complete this form and we will add you! You could be featured
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NOTE: If you enjoy visiting Bearalums.com, if
you attend your reunions, and if you enjoy reading
news about your classmates and other UAHS alums
in Traditions, won't you PLEASE help support
the Upper Arlington Alumni Association with a membership
at one of the levels below? We are really working
to be able to keep our Web site free and available
to everyone, and we really do need our alums' financial
JOIN UAAA TODAY!If you are already a member,
please encourage your classmates to join.
you so much to all of you who pay dues
to the UAAA. These dues are critical to the support of our
organization. Many alums think that funding for the Alumni
Association comes from the school district. WRONG! We are
completely self-sustaining and need these dues in order
to maintain our database of nearly 30,000 graduates
and to pay the ongoing costs of maintaining our database and
running our Web site, Bearalums.com.
do not restrict access to our Web site to dues-paying members.
We enjoy making it available to EVERYONE, members or not.
However, over the past few years, we have seen our number
of dues-paying members decline. We need
YOU! Our tax-deductible dues are modest,
so it is our goal to increase membership, and we hope that
we can count on you. Membership in UAAA is available at
- 5 years
(One year free!)
We offer a payment plan for theLife
Bear Membership levels! You can commit to the level
you wish and pay it off over a 10 month period; they don't even
need to be consecutive months. We truly hope that you will help
us out at whatever level is comfortable for you, and we thank
you for your support AT ANY LEVEL!
people are online a great deal and prefer to pay with Paypal;
others prefer printing the membership form and mailing us
a check. We appreciate your dues, and we want to make it easy
for you, so please select your preferred method of payment.:
T T E N T I O N A L U M S : L
E T 'S H E A R F R O M Y O U ?
YOUR INFORMATION UP TO DATE?
We want to make sure that everyone understands about UAAA's
two separate databases.
1: We have one database that contains the name
and graduation year of each Upper Arlington High School graduate.
This database also contains the each graduate's home address,
phone number, and other information such as the teams and
clubs to which he or she belonged. We can call on this information
when a certain group, such as a sports team, wants to have
a gathering or celebration.
Although our society certainly has moved toward electronic
communication, we still encourage our reunion coordinators
to do a general mailing to their classmates using address
labels generated from Database 1, since not every alum is
registered with an email address on Bearalums.com, and certainly
not all alums use Facebook.
2: The other database
consists of names and email addresses for Bearalums.com. Each
name and email address has to be submitted personally by the
alum, since not all grads wish to be listed in this public
forum. On the Bearalums.com web site, the email addresses
are divided by graduation year, and at the bottom of each
list is a "Lost Alumni" list, consisting
of the names of people from that class for whom we have outdated
Even if we have your email address, you will be on the Lost
list until we have updated home address information.
MY NAME ISN'T ON THE BEARALUMS.COM SITE ANYWHERE!
Because we respect and protect our alums' privacy, we
list names and email addresses on Bearalums.com ONLY
when they are personally submitted by the alum.
We do it this way because some people prefer not to have their
email address available on a public web site.
MY NAME IS ON THE LOST LIST, BUT I AM RIGHT HERE!
If you see your name at the bottom of your class
page as a "Lost Alum," even if you are listed in
the email section of the page, all this means is that we
don't have a current MAILING ADDRESS for you.
see someone else's name on the Lost List at the bottom of
each class page, and you know his or her location, please
let us know, or
contact that classmate and ask him or her to contact UAAA.
I GRADUATED / MOVED / GOT MARRIED / CHANGED MY NAME BACK TO
MY MAIDEN NAME
We hope you'll remember to contact
UAAA to let us know any changes in your status, your name,
your address, phone number, and email. Keeping our database
accurate is very important to us, and allows class reunion chairmen
and other school-related groups, such as athletic teams, musical
organization, to reach you when something exciting is happening.
MAINTAINING OUR TWO UAAA DATABASES
Our goal is to maintain the most complete and
accurate database that we possibly can. We are asking
for your help! And thank you to those of you who have helped
us through your membership
dues; your financial help allows us to provide the ongoing
hosting and maintenance fees of our Web site.
started Bearalums.com in 2000, we had approximately 320 email
addresses in our database; we currently have more than 13,000
alums' email addresses listed on Bearalums.com!
YOU VISITED THE DISTRICT WEB SITE LATELY?
may have graduated from Upper Arlington High School a long
time ago, but it's always fun and educational to see what
is going on in the schools today. Our schools have retained
their high level of achievement and excellence through the
decades and remain an outstanding district not only in the
State of Ohio, but also in the United States.
and tour the web site. See what's going on at your alma mater
and you'll feel the Golden Bear Pride!
MASTER PLAN RECOMMENDATION
Arlington community is in the midst of a two-year, three-phase
master planning process to determine the best path forward
for its aging schools.
the first phase of the process, we formed building teams of
community volunteers, had a professional assessment of the
quality of our learning environments and learned that it would
cost approximately $188 million to simply repair and maintain
our buildings so they will last another 50 to 60 years.
the second phase, our volunteer building teams have been exploring
options for the buildings that range from repair to rebuild.
We have collected feedback on those options from the building
teams, community volunteers on the Facilities Task Force and
the entire UA community since the spring.
BANNER® ADS! SUPPORT UAAA WHILE PROMOTING YOUR BUSINESS!
like to offer you the opportunity to
place an ad on one of the pages of Bearalums.com with
a link to your web site. Bearalums.com has a steady flow of
traffic throughout the year, with the highest traffic from
January through July, when alums are involved in reunion
planning and are looking up classmates and searching for reunion
information. Traffic also spikes when Traditions is
sent out (quarterly), as the newsletter contains links that
direct our alums to various pages of the web site.
BANNER® ad at the top of a Bearalums.com page will
be viewed by thousands of people each week, as we have several
hundred visitors daily. We believe that our alums value doing
business with other alums, and it's one more way we can enjoy
and benefit from the bond of being UA alums. The ads are priced
very reasonably, with DISCOUNTS for
visit our Bear
Banner Ads® page, where we have posted a chart showing
banner ad prices according to the page on which they are displayed.
Prices vary according to page traffic. Each ad will run
for three months, and requests for placement will be taken
on a first come, first serve basis. This is a cost-effective,
productive way to share your business and web site with thousands
of Upper Arlington High School alumni! While implementing
your marketing strategies, you will be supporting our UA Alumni
Association. We appreciate your help!
hope that you will make sure that we have your current postal
mailing address, phone number, and email address. Below
are the email addresses to use to send this information to
the correct person at UAAA:
update your UA Mail home address / phone number / name
Arlington Alumni Association is always looking for enthusiastic,
active alums who would like to help us with UAAA's activities.
These activities include the annual selection of Outstanding
and Distinguished Alumni, the Golden
Bear Rock Fest, and determination of content for the Bearalums.com
casual, fun, non-demanding group, and we'd love to hear from