Scott Yeates ’96 will open Mythology Distillery and its Watering Hole Bar in June in the LoHi area of Denver. The location and bar will distill and offer vodka, gin and whiskey. Yeates and fellow founders joined with distiller Scott Coburn, a former production head at High West Distillery, to bring the idea to life. Click HERE to follow their progress and learn more.
Welcome Alumni and Alumni Parents
Thank you for visiting the St. Anne's Alumni page! We appreciate your continued engagement with St. Anne's.
Wondering how to stay connected? There are a few ways to do so:
- Get involved - one of the easiest and best ways to stay connected is to attend our events; we host a variety of them throughout the year.
- Giving back - please consider making an annual gift to St. Anne's. Every gift counts, no matter the size.
- Send us an update - we love to hear from you especially for the Class Notes section of our Alumni News publication.
Interested in volunteering at the school? Pursuing a career in education and looking to potentially come back to work at St. Anne's?
Contact Julia Brown, Alumni Coordinator, for more information. Julia can be reached at (303) 756-9481 ext. 245 or [email protected].
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What Have Our Alumni Been Up To?
Hunter Leggitt ’95, played a huge role in the launch of the Octopus Initiative design/build exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Denver in March 2018. Hunter Leggitt Studio built the permanent installation at the museum. Octopus Initiative, or “putting art in the hands of many,” is the museum’s new art lending library which lets you borrow a painting for up to a year for free. MCA launched the project with 150 works, all created by Denver artists, with the goal to offer as many as 500 paintings by 2020. Although the art isn’t for sale, Adam Lerner, the museum’s director and chief animator, says he hopes people will learn about Denver artists through the library and that it will spark people’s interest in buying other pieces from those artists.
Charlotte Bowditch ’11 was named one of the top entrants for the Enterprise Writing Category in the Hearst Student Journalism Awards for her story, “We have lost our daughter.” Charlotte was #10 out of an impressive field of competitors and is only the second CMCI student to get the national spotlight. She is the New Features Editor for the CU Independent.