Three Cobber alumni had the same idea to show support for their alma mater.
Breck School in Golden Valley, Minn., holds a College Decision Day party for its seniors each May and faculty take the opportunity to join in the fun.
Chris Ohm ’98, assistant director of Upper School, thought it would be a great way to show Cobber support for the students by sporting his beanie. It just so happened that Sebastien Saunoi-Sandgren ’03, world language department head, and Lissie Nichols ’10, Upper School math instructor, also showed up with their Cobber beanie pride in full force.
Breck is a preschool-grade 12, private school where all grades are joined together in one community. It’s an Episcopal, coeducational, college-preparatory day school established in 1886 and named for a pioneer missionary, the Rev. James Lloyd Breck.
Photo (from left): Sebastien Saunoi-Sandgren ’03, Chris Ohm ’98 and Lissie Nichols ’10
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