BLUE AND GREY CLUB
GROWTH · DEDICATION · INVESTMENT
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ABOUT THE BLUE AND GREY CLUB
The Blue and Grey Club is Hood College's booster organization for athletics. The Club will enhance the relationship between the College's athletic programs and its alumni, friends and parents; it will share the College's same commitment to excellence that has characterized Hood throughout its history.
A Blue and Grey Club membership will provide Hood College with additional financial resources to support our 22 intercollegiate teams and two club sports. Those resources with be exclusively used for athletics and for the benefit of the men and women who compete in athletics at Hood College.
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Listed to the right are the recognition levels which will activate certain membership benefits. Membership is on an annual basis, running July 1 to June 30.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOOD COLLEGE ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT
Hood College is committed to the overall development of its students and supports all of its men and women in their pursuit of intercollegiate athletic competition. The College will adhere to the principles and spirit of fair play and sportsmanship through the rules and regulations set forth by the NCAA and is committed to the equal treatment of all of its student-athletes. The College is further committed to the academic success and the overall health and welfare of its student-athletes. To that end, the College will assure that student-athletes will have the opportunity to reach the highest levels of performance by being provided adequate training and playing facilities, competent coaching and an appropriate level of academic support.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
If you have other questions, please contact Kayla Knott, assistant director of annual giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-696-3919.
GIVING RECOGNITION LEVELS
Platinum Level ($2,500 and above)
Mark D. Chilton P'11
Judith E. Messina '66 and David N. Fleischer
Dorianna Colon Rice '88 and Kent Rice
Gold Level ($1,000 - $2,499)
Mark E. Friis M.A.'82
Kathryn Zimmerman Nicodemus H'05 and Charles A. Nicodemus H'05
Danielle Stauffer Orndorff '12 and Richard L. Orndorff '12
Sharon Delphey Stauffer '83, P'11, P'12 and Michael A. Stauffer '00, P'11 P'12
Deborah Eaton Thackston '79, P'11
Silver Level ($500 - $999)
Joy Miller Beveridge '82
Andrea E. Chapdelaine and David Tetreault
Robert G. Hooper
A. Betsy McCain McAlpine '51, H'17 and Harrison McAlpine Jr.
Jean Munshour '88
Marcy Goldberg Taylor '81, MBA'00
Bronze Level ($100 - $499)
Deatley and Samuel Barish
Kristen S. and Bryan A. Errera
Joy Gaddy '78
Kathie Jackovitz Harrington '79
Mary Catherine Keegan-Ayer and Brent Ayer P'14, P'15
Anne Garber Ketchum '69
Dayna L. and Albert K. Lane III P'13
Jason E. Lee
Sarah E. Marcello '16
Lynn and Fred Schumacher
Linda Horton Shaver '78
Suzanne W. Smith P'20 and Christopher H. Smith M.S.'95, P'20
Gene A. Thiele '87
John H. Tisdale
Maricarmen Vendrell-Henson and Jesus Henson P'22
Phillip A. Yerby '11
Lisa A. Zaleski-Larsen '01