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Carrying the torch

photo of Georgi Roberts, 1993 alumnus
Georgi Roberts (93) of Fort Worth carried the Olympic torch along University Drive in Fort Worth Dec. 12 in its relay across the nation. After traveling 13,500 miles through 46 states, the torch arrived in Salt Lake City Feb. 8 for the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.

 

photo of Roberto Enriquez, 1969 alumnus

Roberto (Bob) Enriquez's ('69) many years of volunteer work in health and education earned him an Olympic torch. Enriquez represented North Texas as a torchbearer for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay Dec. 12. Also, he is part of a UNT family, which includes sons, Damon ('97) and Danté (senior), and granddaughter, Ashley Flynn (freshman).



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If you were in New Orleans to support the Mean Green in December, we'd love to see what you did while in town — well, whatever's appropriate for family viewing. Send us your photos and we'll post some here.

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Entertaining the Troops
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Kelly Kirchoff (’01) of Lewisville had to miss her December graduation ceremony at UNT, but it was for a good cause. Kirchoff, a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader who earned her degree in biology, traveled with the cheerleaders’ show group on its 45th USO tour. Over the holidays the group entertained U.S. troops stationed in Korea and Okinawa. “Graduation is exciting, but I’ll have the diploma on the wall,” Kirchoff said. “Spending time with people who are working for us every day is more important.”

— From the Dec. 14 Fort Worth Star-Telegram


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