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For me, Blair has always been more than just a school: Blair is home. The lessons I learned in and out of the classroom, the connections I made with classmates and faculty, and the pride I feel to this day when we beat Peddie will stay with me throughout my life. I give back to Blair and stay involved because no matter where I am in the world, when I'm with my Blair family, I'm home.Kait Maillet '04
As a feature writer for ROI-NJ, Meg Fry ’06 had the opportunity to share her experience as a Blair Alumni Roundtable speaker with readers of the website.
Andrew Cotto ’87 was recently featured in Parade for the release of his new novel, Cucina Tipica: An Italian Adventure.
William (Will) Pemberton ’16 was recently featured in Lehigh University's student newspaper, The Brown & White. The article highlights Will's accomplishments at Lehigh University and Blair Academy.
MUSH, the on-the-go, cold soaked overnight oats created by Ashley Thompson ’08 and Kat Thomas was recently featured in Forbes. The article highlights the success of the 2015 startup which was supported by famous entrepreneur Mark Cuban after appearing on ABC’s hit television show, Shark Tank.
Lisa Scheller '77 recently opened a small town coffee shop in the heart of Pennsylvania. Hope & Coffee located in Tamaqua, Pa., is not just your average coffee shop, but a local community hub for people recovering from addiction, recovery meetings, nonprofit gatherings and other various events.
Sid Baumann '56 is 81 years old, overcame medical issues and after eight years he has passed the taekwondo test and received his black belt. Sid is a member of The Villages Taekwondo Club at SeaBreeze Recreation Center in Lady Lake, Florida.