Congratulations to Aaron Todd on being
designated the COMPANY HONOR
GRADUATE of his MOS School at
Chesapeake, VA in February 2011. Aaron
received a meritorious promotion to Lance
OOH RAH AARON! The House of Gordon is
proud of you!
Congratulations to Tori "Vee" Baker of
Virginia, daughter of Geof and Beverly
Baker, on being accepted to the Virginia
Commonwealth University School of Arts.
VCUarts is ranked the #1 public university
school of arts and design in the country by
U.S. News & World Report, and the
competition to get accepted is very stiff.
Vee is Geof and Beverly's second daughter
to be accepted to this prestigious
school and we wish her all the best!
Congratulations to Geof Baker for bringing
home the BEST LEGS IN A KILT trophy at Fort
Lee's 1st Annual Celtic Festival! Here he and
David Todd show off the trophy and "blue ribbon"
designating proper kilt attire!
Congratulations to Stephen Todd on his
marriage to Ashley Holmes. Welcome to the
Clan Ashley and Dawson!
Congratulations to Our FANTASTIC HAGIS
HURLERS who brought home the trophy
again this year at Wililamsburg!
Congratulations to Lois Todd who received
the James Cash Penney Award for
Community Service. Lois' work with the
Hermitage MCJROTC earned that unit some
much needed cash toward their operating budget
for the coming year!
Congratulations to our Gordon Men for
again dominating the Bonnie Knees
competition at Richmond! And also
Congratulations to David Gauthier for
bringing home the Pumpkin' Chunkin' trophy
again this year!
Congratulations to Thomas Gordon, son of
Morris and Sarah Gordon, on earning his
Masters in Educational Theatre from NYU.
Congratulations also to him for starting his own
theatre company in Manhattan, The Onoma-
topoeia Theatre Company. The Onomatopoeia
Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe
space for anyone who works in the arts, and
considers themselves and to be an underdog, a
misfit or just misunderstood. Our goal is to
promote ideas and performances that otherwise
might not have been done for one reason or
another or that have seemed just out of reach.
From doing a classic piece of theatre to
experimenting with new possibilities in
performance art, nothing is too big or too small
for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company!
Gordon's Crow About Success 2011!