Alumni Association Events


From beer, wine and food tasting events and silent auctions to community 5K and 1-Mile organized races, the Alumni Association hosts events throughout the year, with proceeds benefiting the Churchill Scholarship Fund.

SIP & SAVOR
EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY! Churchill Center & School Sip & Savor biennial celebration, sponsored by the Alumni Association, is a joyful evening out filled with unlimited craft beer, premium wine, delicious food from exclusive area restaurants, live music, an exclusive silent auction and so much more! It’s truly a fun, festive night out!

RUN WITH RANKIN
Churchill Center & School has a long-standing tradition of having our students run a mile in Motor Skills class. Supported by our Motor Skills Supervisor Mr. Rankin for the last 38 years, this activity allows our students to focus their attention on running and working toward a goal, which is something that carries with them throughout their time at Churchill and beyond. Many of our alumni include running the mile as one of their favorite Churchill memories!

The race brings together our entire Churchill community – students, parents, faculty, alumni and friends! Each runner (or walker) helps us raise critical support for our Scholarship Fund, which provides meaningful financial assistance to students with learning disabilities seeking a Churchill education.

To learn more about Alumni Association-sponsored events, other school community events and more specific details and dates, please visit Churchill’s Events page!

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For questions or more information about Churchill Center & School’s Outreach Program, contact Mary Brotherton, Director of Community Outreach, at 314-997-4343 or mbrotherton@churchillstl.org.

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