FLEX TIME A N N U A L F U N D T H A N K - Y O U PA R T Y
Ali Hindy ’21 and his father, Ayman
01 Classmates and new Brunswick fathers Tim Riemer ’99, P ’31 and Matt Lorig ’99, P ’31 with their wives, Kirsten and Julie 02 Lloyd Sprung P ’20, ’20
Cheers for Record Highs Under Summer Skies
04 Jim Israel P ’16, ’19, ’22; Andrei Saunders P ’19, ’27; and Upper School teacher Lucia Sardi
T’S BECOME a truck-powered tradition — 10 years running. At the close of each school year, the Brunswick community convenes on the Maher Avenue Campus to celebrate its collaborative and
generous efforts in support of the Annual Fund — enjoying a street-like festival full of gourmet pizza, craft beer, tasty tacos, and jazz music courtesy of ’Wick’s very own Shane Kirsch. Nearly 300 people — parents, alumni, faculty, and staff — gathered on a beautiful late-spring evening to eat, drink, and be merry (in characteristic moderation, of course) among friends and fellow ’Wick faithful. As for the statistics, they shined through, once again, in dollar and in name. For the ninth year in a row, parent participation reached 99 percent. For the seventh year in a row, faculty and staff participation reached 100 percent. Alumni participation, too, climbed to another record high of 37 percent. All told, the Annual Fund raised $4.2 million — a feather in the cap for a community so dedicated to sustaining and enhancing the Brunswick experience for present and future boys.
04 | TIMES
03 The Pizza Truck was back and better than ever!
OF BRUNSWICK • FALL 2017