How are you a Warrior?

Andy BuffingtonAs an alumnus /alumna, you are forever a Waldorf Warrior. However, we would like to know how you also see yourself as a warrior in everyday life.

According to Dictionary.com, one definition of “warrior” is a person who shows or has shown great vigor, courage or aggressiveness. It may be someone who fights for a cause. Other terms for warrior include: champion, hero, service person or soldier. How are you a warrior in your family unit, volunteer efforts, occupation and / or community?

Alumni board member Andy Buffington ’90 proudly declares, “I AM A WARRIOR! When disaster strikes, I answer the call to keep my community safe and help rebuild it to wholeness.” Andy serves as the Emergency Management Coordinator for Winnebago and Hancock County.

How are you a warrior?

Please send a quote explaining how you are a warrior and if possible a photo of yourself holding the I AM A WARRIOR sign. Our hope is that you proudly hold it in front of you at national/international points of interest or places in your everyday life that visually show how you are a warrior. Send quotes and digital photos with tagline to alumni@waldorf.edu, or Alumni Office, 106 S. 6th Street, Forest City, IA 50436. We will feature select quotes and photos in the spring issue of the Waldorf Magazine.

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