Advisors help plot think tank’s course

(’76 Editor) What’s the practical meaning of Centennial Institute’s goals about teaching citizenship, renewing the spirit of 1776, advocating for faith, family, and freedom? The Centennial Program Board, a new group that held its second monthly meeting on Jan. 19, helps me tackle those questions.

The board is made up of CCU students from all four classes—including Lawson Cheek and Natasha Starceski (’10), Joni Mitchell (’11), JT Weinroth (’12), and Drew Goorabian (’13)—plus faculty members Bill Saxby, Chuck King, and Greg Schaller along with retired pastor Jerry Nelson and businessman Kevin Miller and Wil Armstrong. Several of the latter are also Centennial Institute Fellows.

Got a suggestion for the Centennial Program Board in their advisory role with me, Director John Andrews? Email your thoughts to centennial@ccu.edu.

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