June 2014 Eastern Regional Letter
Click HERE for the latest update from Eastern Regional Director, Rhonda Meegan.
May 2013 Eastern Regional Letter
Please click on link listed above to view the May 2013 AASH Eastern Regional Letter.
Stuart Celebrates 100 Days: Alumnae Induction Luncheon
Stuart Seniors Mark 100 Days to Graduation
The entire Stuart community joined the Seniors as they celebrated 100 Days to Graduation.
Seniors paraded across campus with Preschool and Junior Kindergarten boys and girls.
The parade ended in the Front Hall where the seniors joined the Alumnae
Board for an Alumnae Induction Luncheon.
Alumnae Association President, Sara Kestner, shared some of her thoughts from the day:
"As President of the Stuart Alumnae Association, welcoming a new group of soon-to-be graduates into our group is always something I look forward to because it means another group of amazing young women is about to join our alumnae family."
Please click on headline link to view additional photos!
CDSSH Bryn Mawr Inducts Seniors into AASH
CDSSH Bryn Mawr Seniors Celebrating After Induction Ceremony.
"Each year it is such a pleasure to welcome our senior class into the
Alumnae Association, AASH and AMASC.
We are very proud of our Sacred Heart Bryn Mawr graduates."
Newton College Graduates To Receive Honorary Degrees from Boston College
Congratulations are in order for Newton College Alums, Mary Lou DeLong and Cornelia Kelley!
Cornelia Kelley, is Headmaster Emerita of Boston Latin School. Mary Lou DeLong,
has served in several key administrative roles at BC. Best wishes to you both!
They will be awarded with their degrees at graduation this month.
AASH Announces Essay Contest Winner 3rd Placer: Tara Kosowski, CDSSH Bryn Mawr '14
Tara Kosowski, Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Bryn Mawr, Class of 2014
2013 Jeanne Burke O'Fallon Essay Contest
3rd Place Winner
AASH Announces Essay Contest Winner: Caroline Scott, Stuart '14
Caroline Scott, Stuart Country Day, Class of 2014
2013 Jeanne Burke O'Fallon AASH Essay Contest
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
2013 AASH CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS!
"Heartiest" of congratulations and very best wishes
to AASH 2011-2013
Cor Unum and Woman of Conscience Award Winners.
Presented at the AASH National Conference - Omaha, NE
April 13th, 2013
2011-2013 COR UNUM & WOMAN OF CONSCIENCE AWARD WINNERS
Jane Shannon Cannon (Cor Unum, Southern Region)
Betty Rexford Buckland (Cor Unum, Eastern Region)
Sister Shirley Miller, RSCJ ( Woman of Conscience)
Rosemary O'Neil (Cor Unum, Central Region)
Jean Hicks Miller (Cor Unum, Western Region)
AASH Conference Opportunity - Welcome Bags & Sacred Heart Boutique
Dear Friends In The Eastern Region:
The Omaha Conference Committee has asked that I distribute this information regarding Welcome Bags and the Sacred Heart Boutique. Please do not hesitate to contact: Easternregionaldirector@aashnet.org with any questions.
See You In Omaha!
If your association has any items you would like to send for the Welcome Bags – the conference committee will gladly accept your donations. These items could be pens, note-pads, charms, pencils, water bottles, etc…any items that you would like to give us to help fill the adorable tote for AASH guests!
Please send 250 to 300 pieces of the item you can donate to:
AASH Conference Bags
c/o Diane Kohout
9963 Devonshire Drive
Omaha, NE 68114 402-498-3577
Diane's email address is email@example.com
should you have any questions.
Sacred Heart Boutique
- The “Sacred Heart Boutique” will be in the Hospitality Room for the AASH Conference (Hill Room of the Hilton Hotel).
- This room will be open throughout the conference and will have volunteers there to ensure safety of items displayed. When there are not volunteers in the room, it will be locked and secure.
- There is a one-time, full conference, rental fee for each group displaying items in the Boutique:
- $100 to rent 1 *6-foot by 30-inch table
- $50 to rent 1/2 table *3-foot by 30-inches
- no charge for RSCJs (for example, displaying a book)
- Tables will have a tablecloth and will be skirted.
- Multiple tables can be rented.
- Tables will be assigned and marked with Exhibiter’s name – based on needs and availability.
- PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and reservations will be accepted a first-come, first-served basis. We will create a waiting list if necessary.
- Every effort will be made to accommodate any and all requests.
- To register for the Sacred Heart Boutique, please provide the following information to Diane Kohout at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at 402-498-3577:
- Organization’s Name
- Contact Name, E-mail address, Mailing address, home phone number, cell phone
- If necessary, second Contact Name of person who will attend Conference
- Brief description of items you will be displaying, selling, and/or taking orders for
- We encourage those participating in the Boutique to be there as much as possible during the open hours (i.e. have a representative at display). We also encourage you to leave a note, sign, or cards with a way for people to contact you or make a purchase when you are not personally available in the Boutique.
- We can assist you in making a sign with this information if you would like.
- The Boutique will be open as follows:
- Wednesday, April 10 - 3:30 to 11 p.m.
- Thursday, April 11 - 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Friday, April 12 - 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.; 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.; 9:30 to 11 p.m.
- Saturday, April 13 - 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.; 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.; 9:30 to 11 p.m.
- Boutique Set-Up is available from 12 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10.
- All items should be out of the Hospitality Room by 11 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, when the Hospitality Room closes.
- Arrangements can be made for access to the room on Sunday morning, April 14, to pack-up if necessary.
- If you would like to send the items for the Boutique ahead of time, please mail them to: AASH Boutique, c/o Diane Kohout, 9963 Devonshire Drive, Omaha, Nebraska 68114, 402-498-3577
- If you do mail them, we will ensure that they are in the Boutique/Hospitality Room for you to arrange and display as you would like before the beginning of the Conference.
- Also, please do not hesitate to ask any questions!
Newton Country Day - Reunion 2013
Save The Date:
Saturday May 4th, 2013
Stone Ridge Alumnae Association Reunion 2013
Stone Ridge Welcomes Back the Classes of 1943, 1948, 1953, 1958, 1963,
1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008!
CLICK ON LINK FOR FURTHER DETAILS!
Elmhurst Association 2013 Events
The Elmhurst Association is pleased to announce the following 2013 events schedule
April: Evening Reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers
June: Fundraiser for RSCJ and RI Food Bank, honoring 50th class and reunion classes. Luncheon at The Dunes Club in Narragansett.
September: Fundraiser for RSCJ and charity of board choice,
2012 donation American Red Cross.
Wine Tasting at Gasbarro Wine & Liquors, Hosted by Mark Gasbarro
October: Annual Meeting, Mass and Luncheon for deceased members of Alumni.
Silent Auction for RSCJ and chosen charities
December: Pax Christi remembrance for retired RSCJ at Teresian House in Albany.
Please contact: Easternregionaldirector@aashnet.org for details.
Many thanks to June Donovan for providing the event information.
Stone Ridge Announce April Gathering
Stone Ridge Alumnae Association is happy to announce a cocktail reception in NYC!
Thursday, April 4, 2013 at the Metropolitan Club.
Please contact Michael Anne Cullen, ('95), Director of Alumnae Relations for details:
301-657-4322 ext 376 or at: email@example.com
CSH Greenwich Announce March Gatherings
CSH Greenwich Florida March Gatherings:
March 11th - Cocktail Reception at The Breakers, Palm Beach - 5:00pm-7:00pm
March 14th - Cocktail Reception Hosted by Michele Rees Finn, ’65 at her residence - 5:00pm-7:00pm
Please contact Meghan Mara Ryan ('01), Director of Alumnae Relations, for additional details:
T: (203) 532- 3545 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
CSH Greenwich Young Alumnae Celebrate Conge In NYC
CSH Young Alums recently gathered together in NYC for a Mid-Winter Conge....
Many thanks to Meghan Mara Ryan ('01), Director of Alumnae Relations,
for sending along such terrific pictures for us to enjoy.
CALL TO CONFERENCE: OMAHA 2013
Friends In The Eastern Region!
Please click on the Call To Conference Link above to view
February 2013 Eastern Regional Letter
2013 AASH Omaha Conference Delegates & Alternates Response Form
See You In Omaha!
Sacred Heart Internship Program: Application Deadline February 18, 2013
Bryn Mawr/Overbrook/Eden Hall Upcoming Events
Treasures From the Attic - Yard Sale and Craft Fair -> Saturday April 6 from 7:30 to 1pm. For info or to sign up, please contact Mary Ellen Harvey at email@example.com
Young Alumnae Happy Hour plans are in the works. Tentative date Friday 4/5 in center city. For info contact Christie Lebano or Kelly Slota, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Evites will be sent.
Networking Conge -> Saturday 4/27 from 1-4 in the mansion. We are planning a casual networking opportunity for alumnae, parents and the senior class. Meet and greet fellow alumnae, talk about jobs, volunteer groups, summer work, pass out business cards and make connections to further yourselves. All in a casual but fun setting with drinks and food. Childcare provided. Formal invitations to be sent. For more information contact Karin Kennedy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ThredUp Fundraiser: we have organized a group with thredup to raise funds for the alumnae board. Please visit the website at http://thred.me/TJSVBm to order a bag and donate some children's clothes. A one of the first 100 groups, thredup is matching the first $1000 we make. All of the funds will go toward future alumnae events and towards donations within the school.
Heartcoming: September 27-29, 2013
New this year! Red vs white alumnae field hockey game. Saturday 9/28 at 1pm with catered tailgate!
We are currently looking for players.
Please email Karin Kennedy, email@example.com. The website will be updated with team members.
Plans are in the works to provide ESPN style sideline coverage, only funnier!
Join CSH Greenwich Young Alums In NYC!
Calling On AASH Young Alums In The NYC Area For Upcoming Events:
CSH Greenwich Alum. Association is pleased to announce and to welcome young alums in the NYC area to.....
- January 31st -> Young Alumnae Conge, 6-8 pm Public House 140 E. 41st St New York, NY 10017
- March 7th -> CSH at Work Alumnae Networking Event, 6:30-8:30pm The Union League Club 38 East 37th St. New York, NY 10016
For additional information, please email: Easternregionaldirector@aashnet.org or Meghan Mara Ryan at: Maram@cshgreenwich.org.
December 2012 Eastern Regional Letter
Wishing you all a very blessed Christmas and joyous New Year.
Merry Christmas From CDSSH Bryn Mawr
The Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Choir and Family Wish You All A Very Merry Christmas.
Nobel Prize Winner To Speak At 91st Street
Monday, October 22: NOBEL PRIZE WINNER TO SPEAK AT 91st STREET
As part of 91st Street’s year-long celebration of intellectual values, Nobel Prize winner and noted economist
Joseph E. Stiglitz will speak at 6:30 on Monday, October 22 in the Theater.
The event is the first in a special speaker series in honor of Goal ll.
In 2011, Time named Stiglitz one of the 100 most influential people in the world. One of the most prominent economists of our time, Stiglitz has taught at Yale, Princeton, Stanford and MIT, and is now a professor at Columbia University. In addition to making major contributions to every aspect of economic theory, he helped to create a new branch of economics known as “Economics of Information.” In 2001, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for his analyses of markets with “asymmetric information,” a novel model that accounted for potential inaccuracies in data. He served on President Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers from 1993-97, both as a member and chairman, and has served as both Chief Economist of the World Bank and Chair of the United Nations commission on international financial reform. He is the author of numerous papers, articles and books.
Everyone in the school community is invited to attend.
91st Street Alumnae Angels Welcomes Carla Harris!
Acclaimed Public Speaker, Carla Harris to discuss 10 Proven Strategies for Thriving in the Workplace.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 - Please click on link to view invitation!
Very Best Birthday Wishes To Sr. Mary T. Clarke!
On behalf the AASH Eastern Region - Happy 99th Birthday Sr. Clarke!
Please send your comments and fond Manhattanville memories to: EasternRegionalDirector@aashnet.org, and they will be posted for your review. Additionally, please click on this link for more information on Teresian House: http://teresianhouse.com/
AASH Award Nominations andNational Conference Ad Information
Good Afternoon Friends of The Eastern Region:
The AASH National Office has asked me to provide the following updates.
The nomination deadline for the Board of Directors, Cor Unum awards and the Maryliz DeVito Lincoln Generosity and Service Award has been extended to October 20th, Feast of Mater Admirabilis.
To access these forms electronically, please visit: http://www.aashnet.org/.
Want to celebrate your business or someone special in the AASH National Conference Program? If so, please see the National Conference advertisement form attached. Advertising in the program will make it possible to afford to bring the RSCJ to the conference. We were so fortunate to enjoy their presence at the Miami Conference, let’s make this possible once again!
Wishing you a wonderful fall season.
In The Heart,
Wendy A. Buckland
AASH Eastern Regional Director, 2011-2013
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Stuart First Friday: October 5th, Featuring Former Headmistress, Sister Joan Magnetti, RSCJ
“Your life is a sacred journey. It is about change, growth, discovery, movement and transformation... It is continuously expanding your vision of what is possible, stretching your soul, teaching you to see clearly and deeply, helping you to listen to your intuition.” - Janet Erskine Stuart
Sr. Joan Magnetti, RSCJ
(Please Click On Link To View Invitation)
2012 Eastern Regional Conference On The Cape = Huge Success!
Friends of The Eastern Region:
Please click on link to view Thank You Letter From Wendy Buckland.
It was such an amzing weekend - great to see good friends and meet so many new friends!
On The Eve Of The 2012 Eastern Regional Meeting
Friends of the Eastern Region:
As we head into the 2012 Conference tomorrow and Saturday, I wanted to take this opportunity to wish you all very safe travels en route to The Cape. A very special thanks to Toni Walsh Curry for her incredible leadership, and to her fantastic committee: Karen Murphy Birmingham, Alice Burns, Julie Burns Doll, Pat Leary Dowling, Liz Eagan, Ann Colgan Gillis, Mary Ann Brennan Keyes, Carol Martignetti, Marion Martignetti, Linda Hogan O'Connor, Valerie Moore O'Keeffe, Bonnie Walsh Stoloski, and Lois Birmingham Wrightson. Many many thanks!! We'll see you at Wianno!
Prince Street Alum, Marie Howe ('68) Named New York Poet Laureate
Very best wishes to Prince Street's, Marie Howe ('68)! Marie was recently named Poet Laureate of New York State for the next 2 years. Additional information on this fantastic news may be found on her website: http://www.mariehowe.com/. Heartfelt congratulations, Marie - and very best of luck to you. Other works by Marie, The Kingdom of Ordinary Time, What The Living Do, and The Good Thief may be found at: http://blueflowerarts.com/
CDSSH Bryn Mawr Alums Instrumental In Pioneering: "The Smart Girls Group"
The Smart Girls Group (SGG) is an online community designed to empower girls around the world by encouraging them to “be smart, share smarts.” The Smart Girls Group is able to connect with the community through their blog and monthly online magazine. Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Bryn Mawr alum, Tori Wilbraham ‘11, is on staff with SGG and while helping to build the Smart Girls Mission, employs the valuable lessons that she learned in her 15 years at Sacred Heart. Ava Gagliardi and Sam Dugan, both 2011 graduates of Sacred Heart in Bryn Mawr, are also contributors to The Smart Girls Group.
Bryn Mawr/Eden Hall/Overbrook Heartcoming 2012
A very warm welcome is extended to Sacred Heart graduates in the Philadelphia and surrounding areas to attend the Bryn Mawr/Eden Hall/ Overbrook alums for Heartcoming 2012 - September 28th - 30th - Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, Bryn Mawr. Please click on the link to view invitation.
August 2012 Eastern Regional Letter
Time to register for the Eastern Regional Friends - please email: EasternRegionalDirector@aashnet.org with any questions.
Convent 11th Grade Student Qualifies for Olympic Swimming..
Lia Neal, an 11th-grade student at the Convent of the Sacred Heart school in Manhattan (91st Street) qualified for a position on the United States Olympic swimming team during the Omaha Olympic trials. Hailing from Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood, the 17-year-old Neal made the Olympic team Saturday night after coming in fourth in the 100-meter freestyle. Lia will compete on the relay team in London this summer.
From Dr. Joe Ciancaglini, Head of School, Convent of the Sacred Heart-91st Street:
Please join the entire Sacred Heart community in praying for and cheering on 91st Street senior Lia Neal and the women's 4 x 100 freestyle relay team this Saturday, July 28th at the London Olympics! The qualifying heat will be live on NBCOlympics.com at 7:11 am EST and the final heat will occur at 3:40 pm EST. Please visit the NBCOlympics.com website prior to the start time of the heats and click the “Click Here & Get Ready” button to register for the live streaming. Some NBC television stations may be broadcasting the heat live and re-airing taped highlights throughout the day. Check your local listings.
Click here to read Lia's story.
You Tube video at trials
Post-Qualifying YouTube interview
New York Dail News story: Click here
From 91st Street:
Congratulations to Lia Neal '13, a new member of the 2012 US Olympic Women's Swimming Team! Lia earned fourth place in the 100 Meter Freestyle to secure a spot on the 4 X 100 Meter Freestyle Relay. Special recognition also goes to Isla Hutchinson Maddox who competed in the Women's 200 Meter Butterfly at the Olympic Trials and improved her national youth ranking. Way to go, Lia! Best of luck in London!
Click below to view some of the national media coverage spotlighting Lia's achievement:
Youngest Swimmer on the U.S. Olympic Team Hails from Stone Ridge..
Katie Ledecky, 15-year old sophomore at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, earns a spot on the United States Women's Olympic swimming team and swam in record time for the Olympic trials.
Read about Katie's event here. View Katie's YouTube interview here.
From Stone Ridge:
The Stone Ridge community is bursting with pride as Stone Ridge sophomore Katie Ledecky won the 800-meter freestyle at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials. Katie led from start-to-finish, crushing the field with a scintillating time of 8:19.78 in her signature long distance event. Her time broke the trials record set four years ago! At age 15, Katie will be the youngest member of the U.S. swim team. We are so proud of our Gator. Good luck in London!
91st Street Reunion News
On Saturday, April 21st the 91st Street Alumnae Association hosted their largest reunion to date with over two hundred and forty attendees. 190 of the attendees were 91st Street alumnae from classes ending in -2 or -7, celebrating their 5th to 65th reunion, and 50 guests were alumnae from Sacred Heart in Korea, who were celebrating their first-ever U.S. east coast residents reunion.
91st Street guests enjoyed returning to the classroom for lectures given by Ian Humphreys, Upper School History and Social Sciences Chair and Eleanor Fox, RSCJ, they also enjoyed a Liturgy in the Chapel, an awards ceremony, tours of the school and a delicious seated luncheon in the Ballroom. But most of all the alumnae enjoyed reconnecting with friends and fellow alumnae.
This year, the Outstanding Alumna Award was given to, Betty Hewlett ’72. Betty was awarded a gold Très Bien medallion for her dedication to the Sacred Heart goals & criteria; a commitment to excellence in their life’s work; a loyalty to Christian values; and selflessness in service to others. Betty is an outstanding legal professional; land use expert, administrator and leader, whose exemplary skills and accomplishments have been widely shared and recognized. With her selfless commitment to community service, 11 years creating regional policy and 20 years of dedication as a public servant, it is no wonder that she has received 18 Awards and distinctions in her lifetime and was named in 2006 as one of DC's Most Powerful Women by Washingtonian Magazine. But with each hat she wears, it has been obvious that she executes all the qualities worthy of this Sacred Heart award.
Spring 2012 Eastern Regional Letter
Click here to read the Spring 2012 Eastern Regional Letter from AASH Eastern Regional Director Wendy Ann Buckland (Bryn Mawr '85).
Rochester Area Spring Newsletter
Click the link above to read the Spring 2012 Rochester Area Newsletter!
Highlights include: the Fall 2012 meeting, to be held on October 19th. There will be a business meeting, followed by Mass and lunch, then a screening of the movie, "Monica and David."
Stuart Alumnae Spotlight:
Leigh Morlock '00: 2012 Recipient of Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award
The Stuart Alumnae Association is proud to announce Leigh Morlock, Stuart Class of 2000, as the 2012 recipient of the Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award.
First awarded in 1992 to honor the memory of Barbara Boggs Sigmund, a former Stuart teacher and public servant, the purpose of this biannual award is to highlight the achievement of a Stuart alumna and to demonstrate the relevance and merit of a Sacred Heart education in the contemporary world.
Criteria for the Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award require that a candidate demonstrate a commitment in her life to the Sacred Heart values of:
- A social awareness which impels to action,
- A critical sense which has led to reflection in our society and its values, and
- A profound commitment to the improvement of the human condition in the world
Leigh began her career as a theater director in New York City before transitioning to creative services in the fashion industry. While at LeSportsac she assisted the chief creative director, implemented the design of a new corporate identity, created trend forecasts that were distributed globally, coordinated product development and liaised with the design, marketing and public relations teams.
Leigh is passionately committed to collaboration and innovation. Her experience in both theater and fashion has led to a deep dedication to fostering design teams. In December of 2009, fueled by her desire to see the world and serve others, Leigh moved to Siem Reap to launch Push Pull Cambodia. Push Pull Cambodia is a fashion social enterprise that uses business as a tool to combat poverty. We employ 46 Khmer weaving artisans who specialize in different phases of Ikat, a traditional textile that is completely handmade. Our patterns blend the traditional technique with modern designs to create globally resonant products.
A native of New Jersey, Leigh has also lived in Maine and London. She graduated cum laude from Drew University where she studied theater arts and political science. Leigh is also a boundary-pusher and possibility evangelist on her blog, tenaciousLEIGH.
Please remember to RSVP for Alumnae Day at Stuart on May 19, 2012! Click here to RSVP online.
We will unveil the new Alumnae Gallery, present the Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award, and bid a fond farewell to four veteran faculty members: Mrs. Ginny Moore, Mrs. Madelaine Shellaby, Ms. Pieta Shukwit, and Mr. Harris Siegel.
Click here to read more about Stuart's Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award and learn about past recipients.
AASH Spotlight: Manhattanville's Kiamesha Colom
What being a Manhattanville Alumna means to me...
Kiamesha Colom '02
My time at Manhattanville is special for many reasons. It helped shape the woman that I am today through a variety of experiences on-campus and off. Manhattanville also introduced me to my best friend and husband, Joseph Delamater `04. The opportunities Manhattanville offered for internships, extra-curricular programs, cultural activities and meaningful classroom discussions have been an amazing foundation in which I have been able to build upon. The relationships that I formed with my professors are something that I will always treasure. Additionally, the values that Manhattanville instills and fosters unto its students are the same values that I continue to practice each day of my life. My family and I make sure to give back to our community and use the knowledge we have to help others. I often think of Manhattanville as a place where I was free to discover, learn and grow as an individual. It is a place that I will always hold special in my heart.
Currently, Kiamesha is a mid-level associate at the firm of Benesch, Freidlander, Coplan and Aronoff LLP in the Real Estate division. This past fall, Kiamesha won the 2011 Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the Indiana State Bar Association. She also presented a CLE for the Indianapolis Bar Association in February 2012 focusing on Commercial Loan Documentation with an Emphasis on Government Guaranteed Lending. In March 2011, Kiamesha and her husband, Joseph Delamater `04, welcomed their first child, Ysabella Grace Delamater. Kiamesha and Joseph continue to live the Manhattanville mission by dedicating their time to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. For the past 7 years, they have served as a “Big Couple” to their “little sister” and have truly enjoyed watching her grow.
91st Street Hosts "The Hatter's Ball"
On the evening of Friday March 9th, 91st Street hosted The Hatter's Ball to benefit the Creative Arts Scholarship Fund. This year’s Hatter's Ball award recipient, Donnie Wahlberg, who stars on the TV Cop Drama Blue Bloods, graciously donated 25K to the Creative Arts Scholarship Fund. The award was presented to Donnie by Kevin Wade, writer & executive producer of Blue Bloods.
“Glorious hats, a fabulous silent auction and even a return visit from former award recipient, Bob McGrath (singer song writer and best known for his role as Bob on Sesame Street) were some of the evening's highlights,” reported Suzanne Clifton Walsh, founder & director of the program. Creative Arts, founded in 1982, is a summer multi-arts program for boys and girls, ages 6-15. Campers have an opportunity to explore visual and performing arts, creative writing, film and video, computers, and athletics in an encouraging environment that cultivates artistic expression.
Below, Donnie Wahlberg (2012 Hatter’s Ball Award Recipient), Kevin Wade (2012 Award Presenter and Write/Exec. Producer of Blue Bloods), Bob McGrath (former Award Recipient), Suzanne Clifton Walsh (Creative Arts Founder & Director) and Joe Ciancaglini (91st Street Head of School).
Stone Ridge Alumnae Weekend 2012: April 27-28th
All Stone Ridge alumnae are invited to Alumnae Weekend festivities, April 27th-28th, 2012, especially celebrating classes ending in "2" and "7". Click here for the details!
Conge 2012 at Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
Everyone's favorite surprise: Congé! at Country Day School of the Sacred Heart in Bryn Mawr, PA.
Winter 2012 Eastern Regional Letter
Click here to read the Winter 2012 Eastern Regional Letter from AASH Eastern Regional Director Wendy Ann Buckland (Bryn Mawr '85).
Fall 2011 Eastern Regional Letter
Click here to read the Fall 2011 Eastern Regional Letter from AASH Eastern Regional Director Wendy Ann Buckland (Bryn Mawr '85).
91st St. Alumnae Association hosts Time Inc.'s Rhonda Joy McLean
On Tuesday, October 4th, the 91st Street Alumnae Association and Parents' EJM committees hosted an engaging discussion on networking and maximizing leadership potential for women and minorities in the workforce with guest speaker Rhonda Joy McLean. Ms. McLean led an engaging conversation for roughly 100 alumnae, parents and friends. She provided straightforward and prescriptive advice on how to unleash leadership potential and navigate through corporations, organizations or institutions. Sacred Heart invited alumnae from neighboring girls' schools, including Brearley, Chapin, Hewitt, Marymount, Nightingale and Spence. Rhonda Joy prophesized "collaboration" and the evening's high energy networking event was an unmistakable indication that she's on to something as all of our guests enjoyed joining forces. Rhonda Joy McLean is the Associate General Counsel at Time Inc and co-author of The Little Black Book of Success. Named one of the "25 Influential Black Women in Business," McLean oversees the legal review at Time Inc. and is responsible for the regulatory compliance of all consumer marketing materials for the 40 magazines that Time Inc. publishes, including Time, People, Fortune and Essence.
Bryn Mawr Alum Alice Ann Robinson Travels With International Irish Dance Troupe
In Love With The Dance is an Irish dance sensation, featuring world class Irish Dancers, some of Ireland's most gifted traditional musicians playing whistles, uillean pipes, accordion, banjo and guitars, all providing the backdrop to a powerful display of Irish dance, as well as brilliant vocalists.
Joining the cast for 2011 is CDSSH Bryn Mawr Alum, Alice Ann Robinson. Currently touring in Ireland and the UK, the tour is set to hit the US in November. Ticket information is available by accessing this link: http://inlovewiththedance.com/
Summer 2011 Eastern Regional Letter
Click here to read part one of the Summer 2011 Eastern Regional Letter from AASH Eastern Regional Director Wendy Ann Buckland (Bryn Mawr '85).
Click here to read part two of the Summer 2011 Eastern Regional Letter.