The San Antonio Christian School Foundation will host its first-ever dinner on April 27 to honor four significant individuals and events depicting God’s grace and goodness in shaping SACS. The event entitled “An Evening with Lions Legacies” will be held in the SACS Student Life Center.
“This unique event will help raise funds and awareness for the SACS Foundation,” said SACS Foundation and Development Officer Brad Parrott. “We’re so pleased to be able to honor four individuals and SACS family events that so vividly depict the heart and soul of the school. This will be a memorable evening.”
The SACS Foundation was founded in 2015 to manage endowments and other long-term gifts for the benefit of SACS programs and facilities. Proceeds from the Lions Legacy Dinner will go into the Foundation to support the Superintendent’s Scholars tuition assistance program and the Faculty Chair program to retain and reward renowned classroom teachers.
The following individuals and SACS family efforts will be recognized during the evening’s program emceed by former SACS parent and long-time San Antonio sportscaster Don Harris:
Dr. Mal Lancaster—One of the founding fathers in 1972 and SACS Board member for the first 23 years of the school.
Dave Eskridge—SACS band instructor who spent 20 years playing with and arranging music for Tower of Power, War, Chaka Khan, Journey and others.
War Lion—The 2018 SACS Homecoming battle cry that rang across campus in support of sophomore defensive back Grayson Russell and his family in their time of medical crisis.
Corey Robinson—SACS graduate who went on to star on the gridiron, serve as student body president and become an iconic spiritual leader at Notre Dame.
Dress for the evening will be formal attire with men wearing black ties or dark business suits. Meals will be catered by Black Tie Affairs.
Ticket sales are now closed for this event.