Laurelwood Academy’s T Dub Club

Laurelwood Academy’s T Dub Club This is the 14th year the T Dub Club has held a weekend for old and new friendships. Our former principal T.W. Walters has now passed away, but the Laurelwood memories live on in us. Our group is mainly students from the 1945–1955 era, but all are welcome. This year, first-timer Chuck Winn (1948) came up from Roseville, Calif. He hoped he’d still recognize his classmates, as his annuals had been destroyed in a flood. Laurelwood Academy archivist, Virginia Lambert Buchanan, brought three duplicate annuals to present to Winn. Now he'll be sure to remember. T Dub Club continues to have a heart for missions. More than $16,000 was donated to Gospel Outreach, who are responsible for one in 10 baptisms worldwide. About $15,000 was also given to be matched by the Fjarli’s, and that donation will be sent on to be matched by Maranatha. It has been thrilling to see India’s churches with a “donated by the T Dub Club” plaque on them. Laurelwood’s students continue to work for the kingdom of God.

Laurelwood Academy’s T Dub Club

This is the 14th year the T Dub Club has held a weekend for old and new friendships. Our former principal T.W. Walters has now passed away, but the Laurelwood memories live on in us. Our group is mainly students from the 1945–1955 era, but all are welcome.

This year, first-timer Chuck Winn (1948) came up from Roseville, Calif. He hoped he’d still recognize his classmates, as his annuals had been destroyed in a flood. Laurelwood Academy archivist, Virginia Lambert Buchanan, brought three duplicate annuals to present to Winn. Now he'll be sure to remember.

T Dub Club continues to have a heart for missions. More than $16,000 was donated to Gospel Outreach, who are responsible for one in 10 baptisms worldwide. About $15,000 was also given to be matched by the Fjarli’s, and that donation will be sent on to be matched by Maranatha. It has been thrilling to see India’s churches with a “donated by the T Dub Club” plaque on them. Laurelwood’s students continue to work for the kingdom of God.

January 01, 2007 / Oregon Conference
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