ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017 Photo by Laura Poropatich
Ribbon-cutting for the opening of Moore Family Field
The 2016-2017 school year was one of new ventures at Norfolk Christian: the opening of a new athletic field, a new way of learning in our youngest classrooms, and an inaugural service trip to China that forged new relationships on the other side of the globe. In the coming fiscal year, we look forward to completing the last phases of our athletic field project, finishing the Capital Campaign, and retiring the debt held over from earlier capital improvements. To all who have supported the people and programs of Norfolk Christian, we thank you. Your generosity helps us maintain a standard of excellence in all we do and allows us to focus on our most important mission, equipping students to go into the world and be Ambassadors for Christ.
Our First Service Group to China in Tiananmen Square, June 2017
It is a pleasure to present the 2016-2017 Annual Report of Norfolk Christian Schools. As President of the Board of Trustees, I had the privilege in 2017 of watching a state-of-the-art athletic field come to fruition after years of planning and decades of dreaming. In every other area, I am pleased to see Norfolk Christian consistently modernizing its programs, yet maintaining a solid devotion to our mission set forth by great men of God 65 years ago. With guidance from our Finance Committee, the school has backed its commitment to faculty with increased base pay while keeping Christian education attainable through a balance of competitive tuition and available financial aid. A strong administrative leadership team is continually evaluating and improving the level of academics along with rich extra-curricular offerings at all levels. As a student who was deeply impacted by many adults, especially one of my coaches, I continue to see the value placed on relationship that drives the distinctive experience afforded to both parents and students at Norfolk Christian. As you read the pages of this report, be proud of your school; praise God for the gift of NCS and recognize the collective generosity that sustains the Ambassador mission.
C. Bradford Hobbs President
2017 Board of Trustees Front row: Daniella Close, The Honorable Tasha ScottBeverly, Mary Beth Rickman, Lisa Brinkley, Dr. Lisa Mazzio Back row: Michael Teagle, Todd Savage, Donald Shearon, Jay Kenslow Not pictured: Â President C. Bradford Hobbs
Financial Report Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 - June 30,Â 2017
General Operating 2016-2017 Operating Revenue & Support 1%
Tuition 60% 5,628,030
Contributions & Grants 18% 1,642,552 Programs 17% 1,614,699 Gifts for Financial Aid 4% 372,013
% 60 % 17
& Scholarships Investments Income 1% 96,251 18% % 18
TOTAL INCOME $ 9,353,545
1% 1% 1%
Instructional 50% 4,571,298 General Administrative 16% 1,420,268 Operations & Maintenance 14% 1,275,383 Other Program Services 11% 1,029,812 Technology & 3% 250,116
1 1% 2% 1% % 3%
2% 3% 3%
Communications Transportation 3% 248,903 Fundraising 2% 196,968 Interest Expense 1% 56,916 Uncollectible Accounts >1% 22,921 Other >1% 55
14% 16% 16%
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 9,072,640
*All Financials Audited 12.17 6
Capital Campaign Update As of June 30, 2017
Fine Arts Fund
16% 1, 425,895
34% $ 3, 073,465 1%
Revenue Since Start of Campaign
The Honor the Past, Secure the Future Capital Campaign was launched in 2012 in response to a comprehensive feasibility study that provided clear direction from our parent, alumni and donor communities. Resulting campaign goals were to eliminate capital debt, grow the endowment fund, build an on-site athletic field and provide for improvements to fine arts programs. A generous 1 for 1 matching gift was offered that allows donors to give towards any of the campaign goals and have their gifts matched and applied towards reduction of debt. As of June 30, 2017, just over $1 million remained to complete the campaign. Projects to be completed with remaining monies include lights, grandstand and press box at the new Moore Family Field as well as the Carlson Strength & Conditioning Center.
Waller, Todd & Sadler Architects
Tymoff+Moss Architects 7
Designated Fund Revenue WORTHY SERVANTS FUND $117,669 Given to the Worthy Servants Fund for faculty and staff bonuses disbursed in December 2016 and June 2017
$955 yearly bonus for full-time staff
LOW-INCOME FINANCIAL AID $353,403 Giving directed to financial aid for qualifying families under state low-income guidelines, with significant support from the Dunlap Garrick Christian Community Foundation through state tax credit programs.
79 students received an average award of $4,497
JOHN ELDER GOLF TOURNAMENT $37,822 Event proceeds raised by the John Elder Golf Tournament for staff bonuses and classroom technology, with a $10k match going to reduce Capital Campaign debt
63 computers purchased
MILITARY FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM $15,187 Given to support the unique needs of military children and families; provided for teacher training, Military Family Night, Lower School "Tell Me a Story" event, Upper School buddy lunches, program technology & new family application fee assistance
Thanks to: CDR Duane & Danni Close and the Rotary Club of Norfolk
GIVING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION $1,068,375 In confirmed future estate plan gifts through Barnabas Foundation planning 13 friends of NCS met to discuss their wills or estate plans with Barnabas Foundation 32 friends of NCS met with our staff to discuss future consideration of wills and estate plans 8
School Year Highlights 2016 - 2017 Total Students: 722
Opened Moore Family Field, the first on-campus, outdoor home facility in NCS history. As the only organic fill artificial turf installation in the region, it is a regulation home football, soccer and lacrosse field as well as a new source of rental revenue. Inducted 31 members into the new NCS chapters of the Tri-M National Music Honor Society and the National Arts Honor Society. Sophomore Amy Poropatich became the first NCS student to be selected for the national competition of Future Business Leaders of America and then took first place in the country for Graphic Design. Varsity Girls Basketball won the TCIS championship and went to the VISAA state quarterfinals. Senior Kiara Norman was named Player of the Year by the TCIS. Varsity Boys Volleyball won its first TCIS tournament championship, Varsity Girls Softball went to the VISAA State Championship for the second year in a row, becoming one of only three teams in school history to appear in back-to-back State title games. Varsity football returned after two years of fielding only a JV team. The 2016 team ended its regular season 7-2 and went to the VISAA State semifinals. After sending 11 teachers to in-depth summer training, Lower Schools implemented a new curricular approach called Deeper Learning, a faith-based version of Expeditionary Learning which develops advanced critical thinking and problem-solving skills across all subject areas and promotes citizenship, environmental responsibility and Christ-like care for others. Increased the size of the International Program from 15 students to 27 students. Provided extended community service to 30 area non-profit organizations, and after-school tutoring and homework assistance to four Norfolk Title 1 public schools, through organized group service and individual commitments for school projects. Took our inaugural global service trip to China with 18 students and adults. Ten people joined the school's third trip to Vietnam and another 50 celebrated the 10th anniversary missions trip to Managua, Nicaragua. 9
Norfolk Christian Class of 2017 60 graduates 38 Graduated with Honors, including 23 with Highest Honors Children of NCS alumni: 11 International students: 5 Attending Virginia state universities and colleges: 29 Recruited to play collegiate athletics: 11 National Honor Society Members: 21 Offered college academic merit scholarships: 44 Number of AP classes taken for college credit: 152 Mean best-test SAT score: 1172 (CR/Math) Most-attended colleges: Virginia Tech (9) and James Madison University (9)
Recent College Acceptances Alabama A & M University American University Anderson University Arizona State University Auburn University Azusa-Pacific University Baylor University Belmont Abbey College Belmont University Bethune-Cookman University Boston College Bridgewater College Calvin College Campbell University The Catholic Univ. of America Cedarville University College of Charleston College of William & Mary Christopher Newport University Clemson University Colgate University Cornell University Covenant College Drexel University Eastern Mennonite University Eckerd College Elon University Emory & Henry College Fayetteville State University Flagler College Ferrum College Geneva College George Mason University Gordon College Hampden-Sydney University Hampton University High Point University Indiana University
James Madison University Liberty University Longwood University Louisiana State University Lynchburg College Mary Baldwin College The Masterâ€™s College Messiah College Methodist University Mississippi State University Morehouse College New York University New York University, Tisch School of the Arts North Carolina State University North Greenville University The Ohio State University Old Dominion University Oregon State University Palm Beach Atlantic University Pennsylvania State University Purdue University, College of Engineering Radford University Randolph College Randolph-Macon College Ringling College of Art & Design Roanoke College Rutgers University Sacred Heart University Savannah College of Art & Design Shenandoah University Southeastern University Southern Adventist University Sweet Briar College Temple University Texas A & M University Tulane University
University of Alaska University of Central Florida University of Colorado University of Illinois University of Kentucky Univ. of Mary Washington University of Massachusetts University of Miami, College of Engineering University of North Carolina UNC, Greensboro UNC, Wilmington University of North Florida University of Oregon University of Portland University of Richmond University of South Carolina Univ. of Southern California University of Tampa University of Tennessee University of Vermont University of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Virginia Military Institute Virginia Tech Virginia Tech, College of Engineering Virginia State University Virginia Union University Virginia Wesleyan College Washington & Lee University Washington University in St. Louis Wesley College West Virginia University West Virginia Wesleyan Coll. Wheaton College Yale University
The Cathy Turner Memorial Scholarship Established in 2009, this scholarship honors a beloved NCS instructor in the arts, Cathy Turner, who served as Choral Director from 2000 until her death in 2008. Through her extended fight against cancer she exemplified courageous character, dedication to excellence and dependent faith in Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. This college scholarship is dedicated to fostering the character and spiritual attributes that Cathy championed in her students and lived out herself. Fully Endowed
The Jenni Prevette Memorial Scholarship This scholarship was established by the NCS Class of 1991 to show their love to the family of classmate Jenni Prevette who was taken in a car accident while in her junior year at Furman University. The $1000 college scholarship honors an NCS graduating senior who embodies the qualities of Jenniâ€™s life: excellence in Christian character and academic pursuit and love for the fine arts. Partially Endowed
The Virginia Mae Midkiff Memorial Scholarship
The Douglas Sandwell Memorial Scholarship
The Virginia Mae Midkiff Memorial Scholarship honors the memory of a beloved mother and Norfolk Christian teacher. It also leaves a legacy by encouraging students to pursue high academic achievement and embody Matthew 5:16.
The Doug Sandwell Memorial Scholarship was established in 2016 to honor the memory of Dr. Sandwell, who taught at Norfolk Christian for 20 years before his death, at age 46, in 2015. Dr. Sandwell lived a life of selfless devotion to the Lord, and his Christ-like example of obedience, humility, integrity, and service inspired students and colleagues alike to honor God in all walks of life. This memorial scholarship honors one student from the senior class who lives a life consistent with the principles that Dr. Sandwell taught passionately in his Bible classes and lived out in his daily life.
To that end, the scholarship will provide $500 towards college tuition for a Norfolk Christian senior who possesses a Grade Point Average of at least 3.5, plans to attend a four year institution of higher learning, and demonstrates a life that lives out Matthew 5:16.Â
The Grace Mutzabaugh Memorial Scholarship
The Barb Thierry Honorary Scholarship
The Mark Rodriguez Memorial Worship Scholarship
The Young Kim Visual Arts Scholarship
Grace Mutzabaugh served as a teacher and later as Principal of the Norfolk Christian Lower School in the formative years of the school’s history. She embodied the founding spirit and mission of Norfolk Christian to prepare students as ambassadors for Christ.
Barb Thierry served as both teacher and principal in her 42 years at Norfolk Christian, most of which was at the Norfolk Lower School. Barb was recruited by founder John Dunlap and embraced the founding spirit and mission of Norfolk Christian, as seen by her lifelong dedication to creating young Ambassadors for Christ.
The Mark Rodriguez Memorial Worship Scholarship is given in honor of NCS junior Mark Rodriguez, who went to be with the Lord in 2014 on his way home from Norfolk Christian’s graduation. Mark was a relentless pursuer of Jesus and never happier than when he was leading others into His Savior’s presence through worship.
A Korean native, Young Kim came to Norfolk Christian at 16 after being in an exchange program at Old Dominion University. Young’s NCS art instructor, Sharon Ewell, recognized her developing gifts and encouraged her to enter a student art contest. That led to Young being awarded the Congressional Art Award, then her art being displayed in Washington D.C., and to further opportunities that led Young to the prestigious Chicago Art Institute and to a prolific career in fashion and art.
In 2013, one of Miss Mutzabaugh’s former students, Dr. Caralee Capone, and her husband Howard Bethel established an endowed tuition aid scholarship to honor Grace Mutzabaugh and encourage students who will pursue a post-secondary education, following Grace Mutzabaugh in her desire to positively impact the lives of students through teaching.
In 2014, an honorary endowed scholarship was established in the name of Barb Thierry by a former student, Dr. Caralee Capone, and her husband Howard Bethel to honor Miss Thierry’s legacy by encouraging Norfolk Christian students in their pursuit of Christian ministry and/or ongoing education at a Christian college or university.
This scholarship is awarded to an NCS 10th - 12th grade student for the pursuit of worship training.
Mark’s story and testimony, as told through his journals, independently inspired two Norfolk Christian alumnae and the Class of 1985 to establish a $1000 scholarship to carry on his legacy.
In 2016, Young Kim established a $1000 annual fine arts award to honor Mrs. Ewell’s impact as an instructor and encourage current NCS students who demonstrate giftedness and a serious desire to pursue study of the arts.
S H I P S
2016-2017 Norfolk Christian Scholarship Winners
Josiah Rodgers Cathy Turner Memorial Scholarship
Jackson Walsh Jenni Prevette Memorial Scholarship
Terra Riddick Virginia Mae Midkiff Memorial Scholarship
Lauren Mekkes Douglas Sandwell Memorial Scholarship
Isabella Wagner Young Kim Visual Arts Scholarship
Ashley Loefke Mark Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship
Paul Kastner Barb Thierry Honorary Scholarship
Julia Bondi Grace Mutzabaugh Memorial Scholarship
WHERE YOUR DOLLARS GO Although every gift advances our mission of preparing Ambassadors for Christ, a variety of funds allows donors to provide for specific family and student support.
Always our greatest need, the Annual Fund fills the gap between tuition revenue and the operating costs of the school. Gifts to the Annual Fund are put to immediate use at our three campuses for salaries and benefits, technology, classroom resources and program supplies.
Less than $1 million remains of the current $9 million capital campaign for capital improvements. Completing the campaign will bring lights and bleachers to our new athletic field, as well as retire all building debt. All gifts to the current campaign are matched 1 for 1, giving NCS double the benefit!
Worthy Servants Fund
A gift to one of our scholarships is a gift to the future of Norfolk Christian's most dedicated students. Five scholarships provide a contribution towards college tuition for graduating seniors while three provide for training in skill areas or a tuition discount for current NCS students.
Low-Income Financial Aid Your gift makes a Norfolk Christian education accessible to bright students with significant need. Provided in partnership with the Dunlap Garrick Christian Community Foundation, donors to low income tuition aid can earn up to a 65% state income tax credit through NAP and EISTC programs.
This fund was started by NCS parents to bless those who dedicate their lives to our students. Twice each year, Worthy Servants provides a monetary bonus to faculty and staff as a thank you for their exceptional work and commitment to Christian education.
Planned Giving A planned gift is an ideal way to impact Norfolk Christian’s ministry for years to come through a will, trust or estate plan. Norfolk Christian partners with the Barnabas Foundation to offer free and confidential consultation with Christian attorneys who view giving from an eternal and Biblical perspective.
Designated giving, naming opportunities and business sponsorships are just some of the other avenues our donors choose to support NCS. The Advancement Office is a starting point for those passionate about supporting a program of particular interest.
Photo by Laura Poropatich
RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY for Norfolk Christian's new field
On a sunny afternoon in late November, a crowd of Ambassador families and friends gathered to celebrate the ribbon-cutting and grand opening of the new athletic field. The name "Moore Family Field" would later be unveiled at an official dedication ceremony on March 18, 2017. Girls Soccer played the inaugural game and junior Madison Capps scored the first-ever point for the Ambassadors on their new home turf, leading the way for a 2-1 NCS victory. Boys Lacrosse would also host its first season at home during the spring of 2017. Pictured participants at the ribbon-cutting include: Todd Savage and son Ben, Roxanne Visser '84, Doug and Drew '09 Barnhart, Head of School Dan Tubbs, CDR Duane and Danni Close with children Trei and Desiree, Special Guest Adam Ballou '11, Jeremy Ingram, Board President Brad Hobbs and wife Molly with daughter Madeline
Honoring Gary King Gary King spent nineteen years at Norfolk Christian as a PE teacher, Athletic Director and coach of multiple sports, most notably basketball and soccer. Former players remember his integrity, steady demeanor and focus on defense. Among his accomplishments is the boys JV basketball team of 1969, which went 21-1 and claimed the season championship title. With much of his time focused on JV teams, Gary made a significant impact on the life of then middle school student Brad Hobbs. In 2016, C. Bradford and Molly Hobbs provided a generous leadership gift towards the athletic field to name the Athletic Hall of Honor after Coach King, recognizing and appreciating his legacy of molding Godly students and athletes. On Friday, March 17, 2017, a dinner in Mr. King's honor was held in the Atrium of the Smith Gym with many Norfolk Christian legends in attendance, including Bob and Nancy Miller, Dave Northup and numerous former players and colleagues. Jim Hinshaw spoke of Mr. King's influence and the crowd was invited to the unveiling of the newly-named Gary King Athletic Hall of Honor. It was a welldeserved tribute for a man who changed the lives of so many young men at Norfolk Christian.
Gary with his wife Ginnie, son Dan, daughter Becki and their families
The Dedication of Moore Family Field More than 300 people from six decades of Norfolk Christian's history, along with neighbors and city officials, came out on March 18, 2017Â to see the name of the new field revealed and to dedicate it to the Lord. Daniella Moore Close explained to a packed crowd why the project was so important to her family as a tool to developÂ not just athletes but young men and women of character, work ethic and principal.
March 18, 2017 Norfolk Christian Upper School It was a rainy, chilly day outside but the standing-room-only crowd had thoughts of sunny afternoons as they sat near the entrance to Moore Family Field. This day, designed to celebrate God's blessing, was also a time to dedicate the field and all who play on it to His Glory. After the field's name was revealed, NCS parent Daniella Moore Close spoke about her family's commitment to building Godly character through sports. A time of prayer was led by Head of School Dan Tubbs and families got a first look at their commemorative bricks as the Legacy Walkway was unveiled.
Norfolk Christian's Upper School chorus, Voce Deus, performed the National Anthem to kick off the dedication ceremony.
Lead Project Planner Tim Daffron and wife Denise with children Clayton '17, Hannah Dare and Mike '12
Lead Architect Todd Savage with Brad & Joseph Hobbs 19
A Special Thanks to our Leadership Donors Leadership Donors with Named Gifts CDR Duane & Daniella (Moore) Close - Moore Family Field C. Bradford & Molly Hobbs - Gary King Athletic Hall of Honor Steve & Rebecca Bishard - Scoreboard Scripture, II Corinthians 4:6 Dr. Jeffrey & Sandra Carlson - Carlson Strength and Conditioning Center Doug & Sarah Barnhart with son Drew, '09 - Main Gate In memory of Ronald H. and Katharine G. Barnhart honoring Robert Andrew “Drew” Barnhart, ‘09 1st Class Real Estate - Rhyan Finch - Scoreboard Leadership Donors $50,000 and above Anonymous Beazley Foundation John & Kelly Bishard Randy & Dr. Donna Stickley Dr. Britt '84 & Roxanne '84 Visser Leadership Donors $10,000 to $49,999 Anonymous (multiple) Jeremy & Lisa Ingram and family William & Theresa Moore
CDR Duane and Daniella Moore Close with children Trei, Class of 2022 and Desiree, Class of 2024 and Daniella's sister Michelle Moore Keeley
202 bricks were purchased for the Legacy Walk at the main entrance of Moore Family Field. This represented a total contribution of $32,000 from bricks toward field construction.
Brad and Molly Hobbs with children Madeline, Virginia, Class of 2019, Joseph, Class of 2024 and Catherine, Class of 2020. Not pictured: Charles, Class of 2022
Doug and Sarah Barnhart with son Drew '09
Rhyan Finch and daughter Shayla, Class of 2020 21
Three decades of Guidance Counselors in Alumni Hallway: Dave Northup, Steve Doyle and Dr. Denise Bartos Cunningham
Dan Tubbs & Don Emmett
John & Mary Beth '85 (Sims) Rickman
Bill Stephany & Rick Nikkel Avie Carlisle
Parent Melissa Short with her family's brick 22
Greg & Katie '87 (Dunlap) Johnston and their children Alyssa '15, Emma, Ben '17, with Goree (Dunlap) and Richard Robins. Not pictured: Julia, Class of 2020
With Servant Hearts Cultivating a heart for the needs of others is an essential part of training Ambassadors for Christ, as kids learn to see the world through His eyes. From their earliest days, Norfolk Christian students are guided to look for chances to be the hands and feet of Jesus. So when an elementary school in Portsmouth lost its library to flooding, no one coached our Beach Campus 4th graders; they asked to start a book drive and collected more than 1100 books to replenish what the friends they'd never met had lost. When our sixth graders saw the joy it brought a group of senior citizens to talk and laugh together, they created a puppet show to entertain them. And when a group of high schoolers each had $10 to start a small business for finance class, they decided to pool their profits and donate them to the local children's hospital. From scheduled group outings to individual projects to the impromptu leading of the Holy Spirit, Ambassadors are continually finding new ways to impact their community for Christ.
Local Organizations served by NCS-Sponsored Community Service in 2016-2017 American Red Cross The Ballentine Assisted Living Chesapeake Bay Foundation Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters Crisis Pregnancy Center Elizabeth River Project EquiKids FoodBank of Southeastern Virginia Great Commission Resources Int'l Hickory Ridge Farm, Chesapeake
Judeo-Christian Outreach Center Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Lynnhaven River NOW New Earth Farm Nimmo Church Community Garden Norfolk & Portsmouth Public Schools Norfolk Botanical Gardens Norfolk Fire Department Norfolk SPCA Operation Blessing
Park Place School PiN (People in Need) Ministries Province Place Assisted Living Safehouse Project Salvation Army Soldiers Angels Organization The Talbot Senior Living Toys for Tots Union Mission Ministries YMCA, South Hampton Roads 23
The 8th Annual John Elder Golf Tournament May 15, 2017 At 75 degrees and sunny, it was a perfect day for the 112 golfers who met at Cahoon Plantation in Chesapeake. Their goal was not just to come in under par but to raise money for two causes close to John Elder's heart - teacher bonuses and classroom technology. Mr. Elder spent 38 years in Norfolk Christian classrooms himself and is one of the school's biggest fans. The event was first named after Mr. Elder in 2009, when long-time Tournament Chairman, Matt Tiffany ‘87, proposed the change to honor Mr. Elder’s long legacy. This year, a generous match offered by an anonymous donor gave the JEC the highest fundraising total in tournament history. The first $10,000 raised went to staff bonuses through our Worthy Servants Fund, which was then matched with a second $10,000 designated for classroom technology. A final $10k match went to capital campaign debt reduction. All in all, $40,200 was raised for Norfolk Christian during this great day on the golf course. Sixtythree new computers were purchased and proceeds contributed to the $959 bonus received by full-time staff during the 2016-2017 school year. Thank you to all who came out and enjoyed the day. 24
A Special Thanks to our Sponsors PLATINUM SPONSORS Compass Youth & Family Services David & Brooke '93 Owen John '88 & Julia Hinshaw Hinshaw Technology Fund Tiffany & Tiffany PLLC - Matt Tiffany '87 GOLD SPONSORS Duane & Danni Close Freedom Wash & Freedom Wash Express Tymoff+Moss Architects
LUNCH SPONSOR Cornerstone Financial Services Bryan Rex '92 AWARDS SPONSOR TowneBank BEVERAGE SPONSORS Cornerstone Financial Services Adam Rex '95 Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer - David Chase '95 HOLE-IN-ONE SPONSOR Bay Beach Veterinary Clinic x2 Tekla Research WBR Insurance GOODIE BAG SPONSOR Hobbs & Associates
Tournament namesake John Elder always starts the day with a funny story
WACCAMAW, Inc. - Dean & Lisa '84 Hatcher SIGN & BANNER SPONSOR Tidewater Emblem TEAM SPONSORS 1st Class Real Estate Mid-Atlantic Leasing NCS Administration Team LuLaRoe Meg, Inc. Lyon Shipyard PNC Bank Drs. Savage, Sabol, & Visser Orthodontics Speight Marshall & Francis Steve's Auto Sales Strickland Homes
PROMO SPONSOR P3 Promotions PRINTING SPONSOR Jones Printing, Inc.
Towne Insurance Waller, Todd & Sadler Architects Rick & Lynn Nikkel
Tournament Chairman Matthew Tiffany '87 25
A highlight each year is seeing how this lively quartet will show up. Behind the disguises: Adam Rex '95, David Chase '95, David Owen, Bryan Rex '92
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Financial Statements and Projects of the Advancement Department of Norfolk Christian Schools for fiscal year June 30, 2016 - July 1, 2017
Published on Jun 12, 2018
Financial Statements and Projects of the Advancement Department of Norfolk Christian Schools for fiscal year June 30, 2016 - July 1, 2017