Gina Gennaro ’16 took a trip to Seoul, South Korea, to visit her friend who teaches English there. “During the week, while she was at work, I solo traveled around the city to visit all of the palaces and temples and shrines. [Gyeongbokgung] Palace was the biggest and my favorite!”
Tigers of all military branches — active duty and retired — gathered with their Tiger Rags at a tailgate during Military Appreciation weekend. From left to right, David Allen, petty officer 3rd class (retired); Joey Pace, sergeant major (retired); Michelle Noel, colonel (retired); Rebecca L. Stratford ’10, captain; William J. Stratford ’09, first lieutenant; William Matheny Jr. ’00, lieutenant colonel; and Stephen Noel ’03, major.
Penny Lawrimore Phillips ’92 celebrated her 50th Birthday with a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon, horseback riding in Sedona, and visiting Scottsdale and Flagstaff. She carried her Tiger Rag all over Arizona.
Brooks Carmichael ’06 was on an extended business trip to China when he went climbing on Lion Rock in Hong Kong. “This was a chance to shake the jet lag and get some fresh air before our meetings. I almost forgot I had my Tiger Rag in my pocket but thankfully found it right before leaving.”
From left to right, Tim Medford ’74; Hilary Shoop ’14; Kelsey Austin ’16; Bob Paulling ’85; Beth Goldie ’05; Ty Woodard ’07; Tracy Woodard ’08; Austin Blunt ’13; Mike Runge ’83, M ’01; Megan Moran ’07; and Paulling’s wife, Dale traveled to Israel with Newspring church in October 2018. “We snapped this picture on the top of Mount Arbel, which is a mountain in The Lower Galilee near Tiberias in Israel.”
Steve Hammond ’74 and his wife, Sharlene, along with Hugh Abrams ’75 and his wife, Kim, prepared for the first game of the 2018 Clemson Football season at the Hermitage in St Petersburg, Russia, as part of a cruise through the Baltics.
Trent Hardee ’97, Eric West ’02 and Ben Powell ’07 went on a retreat with Corban Collective, which lead 13 guys on the Appalachian Trail. This was a time of focus, renewal and physical challenges for the participants. “Only time we could get score updates was on the mountain top (Florida State weekend),” Hardee wrote.