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Anne Paige Wilson

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Anne Paige Wilson joined the Advancement Office in 2005 as director of marketing and took on her current role as director of stewardship in 2011. She holds a B.A. in Communication from Berry College and has more than 15 years of experience in marketing and public relations. Prior to her work at Darlington, she was the event coordinator for Redmond Regional Medical Center. She is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Georgia, served on the board of directors for RACA, the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce, Junior Service League of Rome, and the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau. She currently serves as president NWGA Boys and Girls Clubs. She has three children, Oren (’12), Gracen (’16) and Nolan (’18).

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Ledbetter ('53) inducted into Georgia Boys & Girls Clubs Hall of Fame

November 9, 2015
Alumnus and community leader Bob Ledbetter Sr. ('53) was recently honored as an inductee to the Georgia Boys & Girls Clubs Hall of Fame. The Rome native has been a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Georgia Board of Directors for an unprecedented 47 years, during which he has also served on the Executive Committee, as campaign chairperson, and stalwart donor.

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Watters ('78) wins national Volunteer of the Year award

July 13, 2015
Thad Watters ('78) has been honored as the Boys & Girls Clubs' National Board Volunteer of the Year for his long-standing service to the Northwest Georgia region’s board of directors. The award was presented in May at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Conference.

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Alum caters to alma mater, the Southeast and beyond

June 1, 2015
As the owner/designer of Epting Events, Lee Epting ('63) has become renown for his impeccable taste, his attention to detail, and the importance his team places on the needs of their clients. He remains connected to his alma mater, having recently planned and executed last month's Brown Dinner for faculty and staff.

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Purple Tie Affair: What is it & Why Should I Attend?

Fine Arts | Anne Paige Wilson, July 21, 2014
I have asked the leaders of our parent organizations to blog about how the Purple Tie Affair impacts their respective groups. Hear from Fine Arts Booster Club President Amie Sabourin here.

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Purple Tie Affair: An Opportunity to Contribute to Our Children & Our School

Student Life | Anne Paige Wilson, July 14, 2014
I have asked the leaders of our parent organizations to blog about how the Purple Tie Affair impacts their respective groups. Hear from ELA-5 Tiger Pride President Jennifer Scott here.

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Purple Tie Affair to benefit all parent organizations

July 7, 2014
Darlington School will host the Purple Tie Affair, a one-school fundraiser, on Saturday, Aug. 16, at 6 p.m. in the Huffman Athletic Center’s Van Es Arena. All current parents, faculty and staff, and alumni are invited to attend with proceeds benefiting Darlington’s parent organizations, including ELA-8 and Upper School Tiger Pride, the Athletic Booster Club and the Fine Arts Booster Club.

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7 Reasons Why Every Parent Should Support the Purple Tie Affair

Student Life | Anne Paige Wilson, July 2, 2014
I have asked the presidents of our parent organizations to blog about how the Purple Tie Affair impacts their respective groups. Hear from Athletic Booster Club President Jule Peek ('81) here.

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Denim & Diamonds: Sneak Peek of Auction Items

Advancement | Anne Paige Wilson, October 9, 2013
Wear your denim, bring your dollars and let's make this year's one-school fundraiser a huge success. Check out this blog for a sneak peek of the amazing items that will be up for auction on Saturday night.

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One-school event to benefit all parent organizations

October 7, 2013
Darlington School will host "Denim & Diamonds," a one-school fundraiser, on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Huffman Athletic Center’s Van Es Arena. Proceeds will benefit all of Darlington’s parent organizations, including Lower, Middle and Upper School Tiger Pride; the Athletic Booster Club; and the Fine Arts Booster Club.

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Thank You for Fostering More Possibilities

Advancement | Anne Paige Wilson, August 23, 2013
Gwen Sirmans is the wife of alumnus Matt ('88) and mother of Knox ('21), Walker ('23) and Ivey. She is a former faculty member and taught public school for many years. A person with a passion for teaching and an advocate for children of all abilities and gifts, Gwen is the perfect person to share her story of why Darlington is an amazing place. Hope you enjoy it.

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