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Sydney and Bentley Blackmon
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Katie and David Bumpass
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Heather and Sam Carter
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Susan and John Harbour
Nikki and Lee Hastings
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Priscilla and Thomas Howard
Katie and Brett Huff
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Emily and Anthony Johnson
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Mary-Margaret and Matthew Marks
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Susie and Eric Munson
Ann and Rob Nichols
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Tracey Schmucker and Jeff Utecht
LauraBeth and Robert Vogel
Stephanie and John Wade
Anne and Tom Wallace
Whitney and Dan Waymack
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Maggie and Chris Young


2022 Wild Game Dinner

Mark your calendars for April 2, 2022, for the Wild Game Dinner. Every other year, the Episcopal Collegiate community gathers for this fun and casual event to raise money for the School’s outstanding fine arts and athletic programs. This year's event chairs are Kathy and Jerry Wild. 

Sponsorship opportunities and admission tickets are available now. Contact Kathy Wild or Hannah Bryan at or 501.978.4422 for more information.


Are you ready to show off your cooking skills? Support the Wild Game Dinner by volunteering with a group of Wildcat fans to cook! Each year, volunteer grill masters come together for a day full of fun in support of our fine arts and athletics programs. There's traditionally a variety of wild game choices, vegetarian options, and mouthwatering sweets. For more information, or to sign up your team, click the link here. 

Join us for a night full of delicious food, great music, and even better company. By attending the Wild Game Dinner, you make a significant impact on the Episcopal fine arts and athletics programs. Event tickets are $75 and can be purchased here. 

"The Wild Game Dinner is more than just a fundraiser for the Fine Arts and Athletics. Our Fine Arts students feel the impact of this event each day as they play on new musical instruments, record ECTV on state-of-the-art equipment or create new works of art with the best materials available. It is more than a monetary investment; it is a commitment to excellence in all programs."Stephen Vano, Fine Arts Department ChaiR

"The Wild Game Dinner is my favorite event at Episcopal. It gives our staff the opportunity to interact with our community in a more personal way, while having a great time. But most importantly, the Wild Game Dinner gives our athletic programs the opportunity to acquire items outside of the operating budget that directly support the development of student-athletes and strengthen our athletic department."micah marsh, director of athletics

“Anne-Catherine began at Episcopal in 2014 and Meredith began in 2016.  Both girls began in PreK-3, and it is hard to believe that this is our 8th year! In just several short weeks, we are going to be embarking on the next chapter of our tenure at Episcopal as Anne-Catherine will be entering Middle School. This is such a big step in her future and we believe that her experience at Episcopal has prepared her for this next chapter.  Meredith will not be far behind her sister (as usual) and she will be entering 4th grade this fall.

We find that people are amazed when they hear about all the programs that Episcopal students have to choose from including: ECTV, Choir, Orchestra and World Languages. Just as impressive is the number of individual and team championship banners that hang in the Championship Gym.  We are confident that Episcopal is becoming more widely known for its athletic programs and, in our opinion, is a bit of a “sleeper” school when it comes to athletics. 

It’s important to us to support the fine arts and athletics programs because we believe that both departments help build an overall more rounded and confident student which will carry on as they mature and gain more experience in the world. The Wild Game Dinner helps our girls be able to take advantage of ECTV Jr. and all the fine arts and athletic programs that the school offers.  

We love the Wild Game Dinner because the event is so laid back and easy going. The opportunity to spend time with other parents cooking on campus (with a few libations) and then enjoy the event that night sharing your food with others is so much fun. It is really an all day event, if you want it to be.  Howard was fortunate enough to co-host the Wild Boys Club Dinner in 2015 and again in 2017. 

This will be the first in-person event in roughly two years. In-person events are invaluable for not only parents, but for every member of our campus community. The Wild Game Dinner allows parents from the Lower, Middle and Upper School to gather and reminisce about years past and the many things we have to look forward to in the future.”

-CeCe and Howard Martindale