FOR PUBLIC NOTICE!!
We Might Be Having A 56th Reunion In
Early August Or In September.
GET VACCINATED AND
VOICE YOUR OPINION NOW!
REMEMBER OUR CLASSMATE GREG LEWIS?
More than 30-million people have enjoyed Greg Lewis' storytelling in rhyme. During the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, Lewis, an NBC Sports commentator, wrote "Legs, Legs, Legs," a joyful rhyme about the different shapes and sizes of Olympian legs and the tasks they perform. The feature earned Lewis an EMMY award for Writing.
Across his 30-year TV career, Lewis received numerous other honors for writing, journalism, and documentary excellence. His essays and commentary also appeared in a variety of publications, including NEWSWEEK and the International Herald Tribune.
Since retiring from network TV, Lewis has written parody, lyrics, commentary, and poetry. His epic poem, "Chasing Wonder," is an unconventional marriage of allegory, rhyme, wordplay, values, ideals, history, philosophy, and joy. Critical readers have called Chasing Wonder a "work of art," a "book of miracles," and a "beautifully crafted, imaginative, extremely clever story, filled with powerful insights into life that will stand the test of time."
Lewis has lived in Aspen, CO more than 50 years. He commuted worldwide to broadcast international sports for 30 years, including several Olympic Games. He graduated from Middlebury College in 1969 and received an Honorable Discharge from the US Marine Corps. Sports Illustrated featured Lewis as a "Hometown Hero" for his humanitarian initiatives in Sarajevo during the Bosnia War, in the early 1990's.Greg Lewis Has Written A Very
Intriguing & Enlightening New Book!
"Chasing Wonder: If we dare, wonder takes us everywhere"
"Chasing Wonder" is a story for all ages, about confronting the unknown. The story is told in clever and entertaining rhyme, rich in word play, that adds multiple layers of meaning and intrigue.
Here Is A Link To Buy This Amazing Book
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