It’s still not too late to order your tickets for the Second Annual CHC Night at the Phillies.
Although the deadline to receive a CHC T-shirt has passed, tickets can still be bought at the special, CHC price, which allow you to enjoy the pre-game tailgate.
More than 1,100 CHC alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends braved rain, chill and a 12-inning game to witness Sister Carol throw out the first pitch and support the Phillies and CHC last summer. Don’t miss out!
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Two Special Alums Earn Recognition at Reunion
Two alums whose mantra is, in part, “Give back to Chestnut Hill College,” were recognized for their hard work during Reunion Weekend.
Cheryl Ann Kennedy ’87 received the Distinguished Achievement Award, which recognizes graduates of the College who have a history of accomplishment in their professional lives or in civic, philanthropic or volunteer activities. And Maryanne L. Walsh ’98, ’02 SGS received the 2015 Eleanore Dolan Egan ’28 Award for Outstanding Service to Chestnut Hill College.
“When I received word about the award, I thought about how I started,” says Kennedy. “It was a lot of hard work and disappointment. My faith kept me strong, and my friends and family kept me going. CHC is the world to me.”
Kennedy, who provides traffic and news reports on SiriusXM satellite radio for Total Traffic & Weather Network, an iHeartMedia company, is an active member of the CHC community, where she has been a Reunion Weekend volunteer for 15 years. She also has been involved with the College’s internship program, inviting CHC students to shadow her at work as well as participating in Career Days.
Walsh has remained involved with the College by mentoring students, serving on the Alumni Association Board of Directors and volunteering with numerous events. She played a pivotal role in planning last year’s CHC Night at the Phillies and has been a strong supporter of the Scholarship Gala.
This year, she was inducted into the Libris Society. The society recognizes graduates of Chestnut Hill College who have distinguished themselves in their personal and professional lives while exemplifying the College motto of Fides-Caritas-Scientia. (Faith, Charity, Knowledge).
“It was so nice to share the Eleanor Dolan Eagan ’28 Award with alums like Cathy Lockyer Moulton and Joanne Fink ’76, because I looked up to them so much when I was volunteering. To share an award with women like that is just amazing,” says Walsh. “Chestnut Hill and the Sisters of Saint Joseph give current students so much and they have given me so much that it made me want to give back.”
— By Cristina Diaz ’15
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Don't Miss the First Home Game - Sprint Football Comes to CHC
**NOTE: The sprint football season opener has been changed to Sept. 19 (from the 20th).
Families and friends are welcome to join the Alumni Tailgate from 10 a.m. to noon as we prepare for the home opener of the inaugural sprint football season. Kick-off is at noon at the Plymouth Whitemarsh High School football stadium. We’ll have bottled water, soft pretzels and (cool) giveaways. Bring your grills and bag chairs. (Please note that no glass containers are allowed in the tailgate area.) A concession stand at the stadium will be open before and during the game.
A post-game “happy hour” at Brittinghams with a discounted food and drink menu is scheduled. With any luck, we’ll be toasting our first victory!
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8/29 – CHC Night at the Phillies
9/19 – Alumni Tailgate before Sprint Football Home Opener vs. Princeton
10/12 – Golf Invitational
10/17 – Harry Potter Festival
10/25 – ISP/IDHP Honors Program Reunion
11/20 – Alumni Reception prior to opening night of Mask & Foil production
12/4 – Carol Night and Holiday Cheer Reception
12/13 – Breakfast with Santa