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Team Schoolhouse Supplies: Gregory Harrison and Emma Langenhuysen

February 7, 2019

Representing Team Schoolhouse Supplies on the stage of the Celebrity Spelling Bee presented by Fred
Meyer will be screen actor Gregory Harrison and daughter and local entrepreneur Emma Langenhuysen.
We are thrilled that Gregory agreed to return to Oregon to support this great cause!

Gregory Harrison’s five-decade career spans television, film and theater.  He has starred in over 500 hours of television, including nearly fifty movies-of-the-week, a dozen mini-series, and countless episodic guest appearances.

Series leads include LOGAN’S RUN, TRAPPER JOHN M.D., FALCON CREST, FAMILY MAN, NEW YORK NEWS, REUNION, ONE TREE HILL, RINGER, RECKLESS, RIZZOLI & ISLES, Hallmark’s SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED, and their current CHESAPEAKE SHORES.

Feature films include NORTH SHORE, RAZORBACK, IT’S MY PARTY, THE M WORD, and FAIR HAVEN.

Broadway credits: STEEL PIER, FOLLIES, CHICAGO (Broadway and national tour).  Regional credits include THE HASTY HEART and PICNIC (both taped for Showtime on Broadway), THE SNAKE CAN, CHILD’S PLAY, TOP SECRET, THE OTHER PLACE, AN ENEMY  OF THE PEOPLE, OF THEE I SING, PAPER MOON, FESTIVAL, GUYS AND DOLLS, THE MUSIC MAN, CARNAL KNOWLEDGE, and the U.S. premiere of THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALENCE.

Gregory has produced and/or directed numerous TV movies and series episodes since co-founding
Catalina Productions (name after his childhood home) in 1981.

Gregory has a strong bond with Oregon, having spent twenty years raising his four children on the
beautiful and remote southern Oregon coast. An avid surfer and environmentalist, Gregory is on the
advisory board of The Surfrider Foundation.

Team OnPoint: Emma Mcilroy, Entrepreneur of the Year joins Educator of the Year

February 6, 2019

Emma Mcilroy is a queer-feminist-Irish-immigrant-female-CEO. As founder and CEO of Wildfang, she’s been smashing the patriarchy and gender norms in fashion and beyond since 2013. Much longer if you count dressing as Captain Hook for Career Day in 2nd Grade…. Read more »