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September 2016 Class Notes

09.07.2016 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

Come see Quentin McGown ’79 JD ’00 in Lake Worth Monster, a play presented at Hip Pocket Theatre, opening Sept. 16 and continuing through Oct. 16.

Jacob Rivera-Sanchez ’15 was cast in Casa Manana’s Jesus Christ Superstar as one of the 12 Apostles.

Armando Villareal ’11 made his second appearance in the John Deere Classic golf tournament.

Kristi Taylor ’13 was named as a top finalist for her monologue “Mr. Flap Jack”, cast as the lead role for an upcoming film and will soon release three original singles.

Brittany Adelstein ’14 was cast as part of Artes de la Rosas play, The Vagina Monologues.

Chris Willmer ’16 joined the TCU theatre department as a Theatre Production Technician.

Kimberly McLean ’16 is the newest board member of Keep Fort Worth Beautiful. She began an urban garden in the University’s backyard that serves the residents of Polytechnic Heights along with Katie Johnson ’16 and Juan Ontiveros ’16. This summer, more than 70 volunteers, in cooperation with 23 business advisers and sponsors helped establish a community garden at Polytechnic High School. The next project is to establish a garden at 2900 Avenue C, on Sept. 24 starting at 10 a.m. and you’re invited to help. How can you volunteer to help? Email

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