A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
My fellow Alumni,
Randolph-Macon Academy will always be an important part of my life. Before I ever thought of attending the Academy, my father, Dave Moore ’53 (pictured right, with me and my mother, Betty Moore), brought me to The Hill with our family for Homecoming and other visits with former teachers and school leaders. I didn’t know at the time that I myself would become an R-MA graduate, but I’m sure glad it turned out that way.
For me, R-MA holds many great memories from the lifelong friendships I developed, to the cold mornings getting in formation to start the day, and weekends downtown grabbing some pizza or hiking the trails along Skyline Drive.
I hope you are here visiting the R-MA alumni page because you are looking for old friends, or checking the date of Homecoming, or just getting an update on the place you once lived and learned. If you are here looking to get involved, I have a few suggestions below for you to consider.
- Attend the annual Homecoming & Reunions
- Join us on social media: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn
- Attend or host a regional alumni gathering in your area
- Read the alumni e-newsletter, The Dome Dispatch, and The Sabre magazine (e-mail email@example.com to sign up!)
- Purchase a brick for the Alumni Brick Terrace in front of Sonner-Payne Hall or Crow Plaza in front of Crow Hall
- Get yourself some new R-MA gear
- Donate to the R-MA Annual Fund
- Attend or call in to an Alumni Association Board of Directors meeting
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or suggestions or ideas. I would love to hear from you.
Bryan V. Moore ’84
Alumni Association Board of Directors