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During Alumni Reunion Weekend, the Young Alumni Network unveiled a solar charging station voted on by donors in a recent fund raising campaign. A generous donor pledged $10,000 if the YAN was successful in getting 100 donors in 100 days. The campaign was a success and each donor received a vote on how to spend the money. The Rabun Gap ESP group also contributed funds to help secure the purchase. The station has 15 charging lockers that students can use to charge their phones or other small electronic devices. It's easy to use: simply open a locker, attach a device to the built-in universal charger, secure the locker by creating a password, then return in an hour. Students are very excited and thankful to have this convenient and ecologically friendly way of staying charged throughout the day. Thank you to YAN and ESP!
Beware all ye land-lubbers out there! Off on the horizon there be a show fast approaching and it be waving the black pirate flag. Hide your valuables and man your stations for it be those scurvy students of Rabun Gap and they be riding the waves of one of the most feared vessels of the seven seas: the Cirque Tortuga! November 6-8, 7:30 PM each day and 2:30 PM on the 8th, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School will set sail for high adventure with a pirate-themed Cirque performance. A new addition last year was the well-attended and much loved Cirque Preshow. Scheduled an hour before each performance, characters mingle in a circus atmosphere outside the Rearden Theater sharing their talents with the community. This is a great experience for children too young to sit through the sometimes intense and always thrilling aspects of a complete cirque performance. Tickets will be on sale online until through Monday November 3: www.rabungap.org/cirque.
The weather was beautiful for the inaugural Rabun Gap Alumni Reunion Weekend, held on the Rabun Gap campus October 17 and 18. Campus was alive with activity as alumni and guests spent the weekend celebrating their milestone Reunion years. In addition to private gatherings, campus festivities included a 5K walk/run, with alumnus Ollie Hudgins '10 finishing first for the alumni group, literally jumping across the finish line. Saturday events included lunch at the Addie Corn Ritchie Dining Hall, hikes to Pickens Nose, face painting for the younger guests, and a fine arts showcase, including a sneak preview of Cirque Tortuga, scheduled for November 6-8. The day also included recognition of the Young Alumni Network for a successfull 100 Days Campaign, including the unveiling of a solar charging station selected by donors. Dess Oliver, retired industrial arts and technology teacher, was honored for over 40 years of service to the school and was presented with a plaque and chair. Saturday came to a close with dinner and dancing at the new Middle School Complex on Betty's Creek Road. Thanks to all who helped make this event a huge success!

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