Lindsay Ehrhardt (class of '05) will perform with the A.D. Players in their upcoming production of the classic comedy "You Can't Take It With You." The show runs every Thursday through Sunday in May. Lindsay plays the role of Alice in her first production with A.D. Players. She is thrilled to be working with this well-respected company and in the new A.D. Players theater in the Galleria area.
In May, John Brown ('09) (son of CCS nurse Robin Brown) graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in nursing from Stephen F. Austin State University. In September, John married Selena Leyva. They live in Nacogdoches where John is a registered nurse and Selena is completing her nursing degree. Read more Alumni News and view photos.
This month's issue includes news on alumni events and alumni missionaries, college students, graduates, Sunday school teachers, medical professionals, a law enforcement officer, a representative to the U.N., a teacher, a children's pastor, technology and business professionals, photographers and parents to young Warriors for Christ.
Allie Borkovich Bloodworth ('08) will graduate from (UTMB) School of Medicine in Galveston, TX, on June 4, 2016. Allie will be the first CCS alumnus to earn a medical degree. Allie will complete her residency training at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, TX. Click on headline to read additional alumni announcements.
CCS is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Mayes ('01) as the new CCS Huff Learning Center Director. In addition, this month's alumni newsletter includes news about military service, college, weddings, births, ministry and careers.
We hope you enjoy reading this month's alumni news which includes the return of a fun CCS tradition, the gift of generous scholarships, the completion of mission work with the help of CCS friends and students, the presentation of an engineering award, a correction about a teaching position, and the announcement of a new family member.