Reunions

2018 REUNION NEWS


CLASS OF 1963 – 55th reunion

Members of the class of ‘63 will celebrate their 55th reunion in conjunction with the Annual St. Alphonsus Alumni Party.  The gathering will be on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at the Hellenic Cultural Center, 36375 Joy Rd., Westland, 48185.  The fun will start at 12:30 with check-in and a cash bar.  The cost is $25 per person.  For more information, see the article about the Annual Alumni Party on page two of the September 2018 newsletter.  Spread the word to your fellow classmates!  Questions can be directed to Mary Beth at 734-895-8892  meseymour63@gmail.com, Karen 313-657-5540 or Molly 313-272-7962.


CLASS OF 1978 – 40TH REUNION

The Class of 1978 40th reunion will be on Saturday, November 24, 2018 at 6pm at the Dearborn Hills Golf Course. Prices are pending. For more information, contact Lori Stack at lstackmd@yahoo.com or your class captain, Charlie Philliben at cphilliben@gmail.com.

CLASS OF 1998 – 20TH REUNION

Planning has begun for the 20th reunion. There is hope for an event at the end of the summer/early fall of 2018 to ensure enough time to plan.  Your class captain, Jeff Ostrowski, can be contacted at 1998@stalsalumni.org


2019 REUNIONS

The class of 1969 is planning their 50th reunion.  Save the date: Saturday, September 7, 2019.
Your class captain is Dennis Modzelewski.

The class of 1974 is planning their 45th reunion. A date has been penciled in on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at the Italian American Banquet and Conference Center of Livonia. Further details will follow.  Your class captain is Maria Sauchuk.




RECENT REUNIONS


Class of 1973 45th Reunion

Member of the Class of 1973 at the 4:00 Mass at St. Alphonsus-St. Clement on August 4, 2018.


Class of 1983 35th Reunion


The Class of ‘83 had their class reunion on Saturday July 28, 2018 at Camp Dearborn. It was a glorious event with good people, good food and good times.

2017 ALUMNI CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON

Oh the weather outside was frightful!!

 The 2017 Alumni Christmas Party was held on Wednesday Dec. 13, 2017.  It was a great success regardless of the weatherman. Over 180 attendees braved the snow and ice to join in celebration of our alma mater. We were glad we hired a valet service. Hope we saved a few slips and falls. We will appreciate feedback on their service.
We were blessed by the presence of the St. Alphonsus-St. Clements priests Father Linus Kinyua, and Father Aaron DePeyster. Hopefully their blessing kept us safe on the trek home. Chester Lawrence '52 and member of the parish council made a request for mass attendance and contributions to the parish and reported some immediate results. Hope to see you also in the pews.
We made some special recognition to Don Summers '49 for his past support of the school, the class of '42 who raised funds during WWII for the flag pole and a commemorative plaque, and a recognition of our own Karen ( Cardelli '69) Andrusiak's selection as the Rose Award Volunteer of the year for Wayne County.
Compliments to the Chef; the food was excellent!  Finished off with cake and ice cream.
We had eight winners for the raffle who were happy campers. Thanks to ticket sellers for their salesmanship.
It goes without saying that a big thanks to our Board Members and our peeps who always come out to do the heavy lifting, especially all who helped break down the exhibits.
It was a pleasure seeing the old and the new alumni join in this wonderful event even in our winter wonderland. Hope you all have a Merry Christmas and join us next year.

The Christmas Luncheon Committee
Skip Dorrington '61, Mary Sue Croteau ‘62, Dennis C. Modzelewski '69





DEARBORN HOMECOMING  2017

The City of Dearborn's 38th annual Homecoming festival took place Aug. 4- 6, 2017, at Ford Field Park. In addition to three days of live music, the festival featured great food, free and affordable family activities, car cruise, high school reunions, a carnival, and spectacular fireworks displays on Saturday and Sunday nights.

Despite cloudy skies, no rain fell on the Arrows banner at the Dearborn Homecoming.  Even if it had, it wouldn't have been able to dampen the spirit of the alumni who attended. From the oldest class, 1945 to the youngest, 1993, the laughter and camaraderie could be felt by all.




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