On October 15th, starting at 10:30 am, bring your family for Fall Frolics and Football. Bring the family for a day of games and carnival rides, a dunking booth, face painting, tattoos, hairspray, the popular Wheel of Fortune, the Nearly New clothes boutique, and much more. Then, join us as the Panthers take on the Flint Hill Huskies! We bleed blue. Show your Panther Pride at 1:15 pm, down by the track.
Join us on a journey into the wonders of Nordic winter traditions! As our families from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden gather to celebrate the season, let the haunting melodies, breathtaking dance, epic folk legends, and joyful carols get you into the holiday spirit! Click here for more information.
Potomac cordially invites you to an exclusive screening of "The Human Instrument," episode three of the eight-part PBS series Soundbreaking. The event will take place on Friday, October 21, in EPAC and is hosted by executive producer David Langstaff and his wife, Cyndie, parents of Chris '06, Todd '08, and Will '15.
The episode "surveys the range of ingredients that go into a perfect vocal track," will focus on prominent artists including Adele, Amy Winehouse, Cher, and Kanye West, according to Soundbreaking's website.
The screening will run from 7:00 to 8:00 pm, followed by a talk-back with David. Those 21 and older are also invited to a pre-screening cocktail party, which will take place from 6 to 6:45 pm.
Seniors gathered for a class picture and enjoyed an afternoon of food and fun as they were initiated into Potomac's alumni community during yesterday's PreUnion event. We wish our graduates well as they set out on their next adventures!
Thank you to each of our alumni donors who participated in the February Leap Year Challenge. We couldn't have reached our goal without your help! Because of the alumni gifts listed to the right, we not only met our goal of 500 gifts but we also reached 14% alumni participation for the fiscal year.
And, because we reached our Leap Year Challenge goal, the Potomac Fund will receive $5,000 from two leaders in the alumni community - Enrico Cecchi '85 and Steve Wolf '69. A huge thank you to Enrico and Steve who helped lead the Challenge. Click here to see all who gave during this challenge.
We are grateful to each of you for your continued support of the Potomac Fund!