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61. CPS Alumni Associations Information And Meetings
the creation of high school alumni associations and The creation of these organizationsis recommended the following reasons alumni organizations increase and
Alumni associations' overall strategy increases community involvement and support for the school system. CPS encourages and supports the creation of high school alumni associations and when feasible or possible, elementary school associations. The creation of these organizations is recommended for the following reasons:
  • Alumni organizations increase and broaden community-based support They foster and encourage the concept of giving back to the community Alumni organizations can be used to strengthen and support LSCs They provide positive and extremely effective role models Mentoring and tutoring programs are natural extensions of alumni organizations Alumni organization programs are additional sources of funding and financial support They attract people who generally have a sincere and vested interest in the school

62. The Ohio State University | @ OHIO STATE
the nation's strongest and largest alumni organizations, announced today The alumniAssociation is a duessupported friend to take on his high school enemy in
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Prospective Student Site CONTACT INFO Questions/Comments To Subscribe To Unsubscribe @OhioState past issues ... Education journal marks 40 years of publication Help us identify OSU's most outstanding alumni The Ohio State Alumni Association is seeking nominations for its 2003 alumni awards, including the Alumni Citizenship award, which honors community service work; the Ralph Davenport Mershon Alumni Award, which honors service to Ohio State; the William Oxley Thompson Alumni Award, for early career achievement; the Alumni Medallist Award, which honors national or international career achievement; the Josephine S. Failer Award, which recognizes volunteer service to students; the Alumni Professional Achievement Award for career achievement; the Dan L. Heinlen Award for university advocacy. The deadline for nominations is March 31. Forms are available in the current issue of the Alumni Magazine and online . Call 292-6881 or

63. University Of Louisville : Alumni & Development
alumni organizations. Capital Region alumni Club Frankfort/Shelbyville, KY. Recipientsmust have a 3.0 GPA in high school or previous college they attended.
Give Online Development Office Visit U of L Athletics ... Alumni Association Home Stay Connected Alumni clubs Award winners Alumni events Mentoring Program ... U of L trivia See the world Travel the world Alumni campus abroad Show your U of L spirit Alumni merchandise Student Opportunities Scholarships SOAR About our office Our purpose Staff to assist you Home Kentucky Alumni Club Scholarships The U of L Kentucky Alumni Club scholarships are listed below. The deadline for application, with exception of the Chi Chi Rodriguez Internship, is May 15. Please contact the person listed with each club to obtain information on the scholarship guidelines, or see your guidance counselor. If you cannot obtain the information or an application through these methods, please email Heather Worland Printable Club Scholarship Application Capital Region Alumni Club Frankfort/Shelbyville, KY

64. Princeton - Weekly Bulletin 3/25/02 - Alumni Reach Out To Not-for-profit Organiz
a lot of vision about how organizations can work To develop a mentoring program,the alumni are teaming spending a day at Paul Robeson high school in Brooklyn

Alumni reach out to not-for-profit organizations
Princeton NJ The members of the class of 1956, who have reached an age when they are beginning to retire or consider retiring, have developed a project to put their years of accumulated wisdom to good use. The as-yet-unnamed program, part of the ReachOut '56 group, will pair members of the class of '56 with schools and not-for-profit organizations that could use a little help. "We're endeavoring to marry the time, talent and energy of our classmates who are now about 67 and off the payroll with not-for-profits who could use a few gray hairs of wisdom," said Jack Fritts, a New York lawyer and one of the coordinators of the effort. "There are endless not-for-profits out there that are being run by somebody who has a wonderful vision but doesn't know how to build an infrastructure, organize a board or do the financials," he pointed out. "And we have a bunch of people who know how to do those things and want to create some new relationships and not feel like they're just watching the grass grow." Wide range of advice The program will offer guidance on any topic in which its alumni have expertise. Advice on business tasks like bookkeeping, buying insurance and maintaining financial statements will probably be in high demand. The program also plans to involve alumni in mentoring teachers and school children.

65. Princeton - President's Page - 250x250=Multiple Benefits
alumni organizations have instructed each other in the howto's perhaps the largestof our alumni efforts, has and recruits the junior high school classes and
The President's Page
Princeton Alumni Weekly
250x250=Multiple Benefits
Princeton alumni, collectively and individually, make countless and diverse contributions that benefit the University, their families, their professions, and their communities. Princeton is proud of this record of service, and as the cover of the next issue of the Princeton Alumni Weekly will show, at the October Charter Day celebration we installed a plaque on our front campus to recognize publicly all our alumni who have helped Princeton give concrete meaning to our informal motto, "In the Nation's Service and in the Service of All Nations."
I would like here to focus attention on the collective community service efforts of our alumni as represented by the 250X250 (pronounced 250 by 250) Challenge. This initiative was conceived and developed by the Alumni Council's Community Service Committee in response to the University's request for proposals to mark Princeton's 250th anniversary. As Liz Duffy '88, chair of the committee, explains, the goal was to promote additional community service projects by classes and regional associations, and the challenge was to engage alumni organizations in at least 250 such projects. By Alumni Day ahead of the Reunions '97 deadline our alumni easily met the challenge. The hope is that many of these projects will be sustained, thus representing an enduring legacy of the 250th Anniversary.
I wish to congratulate, and to thank, each member of the Princeton community who is helping to make the 250X250 Challenge a lasting success. While it is difficult in this summary to give a fully satisfactory sense of the range of projects that our alumni have organized, I would like to give you examples of the ways that Princetonians are using this initiative to make a difference in their communities.

66. Wagner High School 1981 Fledgling Yearbook - Organizations: Pages 46 To 59
Wagner high Online alumni WHOA Wagner high school 1981 Fledgling Yearbook OrganizationsPages 46 to 59. Yearbook contributed by James M. Knight '82
Wagner High Online Alumni
Wagner High School 1981 Fledgling Yearbook
Organizations: Pages 46 to 59 Yearbook contributed by James M. Knight '82
Organizations: SGA
Organizations: Math/Science Club, Quill and Scroll, Chess Club, Art Club, and Band and Choir
Organizations: Credit Union, Debate, NHS, and Fledgling '81
Organizations: Photos Last Section Table of Contents Next Section

67. BHSN: Organizations
Listed here are a choice of clubs and organizations we have here atBloomington high school North. alumni. Bloomington high school
Listed here are a choice of clubs and organizations we have here at Bloomington High School North.
Bloomington High School North Alumni have a long term commitment to the future success of Alumni relations offering stability and communication, in bringing together past graduates, in support of BHSN.
Athletic Boosters
The purpose of the Athletic Boosters is to support Athletics and promote the spirit of competition through volunteer and monetary means.
Band Boosters
The mission of the BHSN Band Boosters is to advocate for the value of music education and provide volunteer and financial support for students and directors in the band program.
Cougars for Better Education
A non-profit organization established in the Fall of 1995 to support academic, artistic, civic and athletic endeavors at Bloomington High School North. Projects supported by Cougars for Better Education are those that will provide significant improvements to BHSN and are not funded by the Monroe County Community School Corporation or any other sources.
Clubs/Activites/Sports and Sponsors
A listing of all the student clubs, extra-ciricular activites, and sports offered at Bloomington High School North.

68. NOLS Alumni Representative Program
of events include high school and College presentation at your school or within alumniorganizations alumni Associations Regional Scholarship Committees

69. FASD - Farrell (Pa) Senior High School - 1950 Alumni Archives
With half of our Senior high school years completed, we an all night session withmerchants and organizations of Farrell Go to Site Index FHS alumni Archives.
(Return to the Archives Index Page) The 1950 Reflector Farrell High School Class of 1950 Alvin S. Ackerman
Mary Ann Aiello
Jane V. Allen
Bernadette J. Amico Donald Roy Anderberg
Eugene Bacich
Donatius Barber
Marlene M. Barreca Bernard L. Berks
John M. Berlin
Thomas W. Bettua
Mildred Bibich Rose Marie Bohach
Theresa M. Bosco Steve Branzovich Mary Jean Broscoe Edward Joseph Bruno Marjorie Burt William J. Buzzeo William R. Camp A. Charleen Campman Katherine Caravolias Agnes Madeline Carine Donna Charlene Carroll Marilyn Castiglione Henry R. Chaya Elaine M. Cheza Frank M. Chiodo Dorothy A. Chrnko Mary Ann Ciccarone Nancy A. Cmar Mildred Elizabeth Crim Vice President James N. Davis Dean De Bastiani Ann R. De Feo Joseph A. DeLise Dolores DeMartinis Betty Jane Denis Frank S. Deronja Joseph DeVito Ralph DeVito Josephine Diacoganes Patricia L. Diegan Helen Noreen Dimery Concetta Jean Direnzo William R. Dravesky Francis Richard Dudash Carol A. Duritsa Peter Paul Dzurinda Robert E. Edwards

70. Military-Brats Registry Alumni And Schools Announcements Brat
there are a number of message areas related to brats and alumni organizations. startsearching you should enter your graduation year from high school in the
Finding Friends
Using Military Brats Online.
How do you find "lost" friends?
1) Use the resources available on Military Brats Online.

If you have not gone all the way through the MBO web site, please do so. There are a number of alumni organizations that we are linked to and we recommend looking there first to see if your school's alumni organization is listed. Alumni organizations are "magnets" and attract others who are looking to connect with lost friends and classmates. Often other alumni can be supportive and helpful in your quest to locate specific people. Also, Alumni web sites often offer guest books or databases of their own which can be helpful in your search. If your school or Alumni organization is not listed on MBO, try using one of the web search engines such as Yahoo or Lycos to see if there is an alumni or personal web page by someone who went to your school. Be sure to try different word combinations and read all the options available when doing word searchs on the web. (Many search engines offer search options designed to make your phrase or word search more focused. If you locate a web page for your school, alumni organization or a personal page that would be an appropriate link for Military Brats Online, please submit the link by going to the

71. Dartmouth College - High School Students Return To Dartmouth For A Week Of Servi
high school students return to Dartmouth for a week of service this assistance fromthe Barnet Family Fund and a dozen alumni organizations. The high rate of
High School students return to Dartmouth for a week of service - this time given, not received August 24, 2002. In the summer of 2001, a new program called Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth (SEAD) brought ninth graders from urban high schools in Boston and Philadelphia and from rural Canaan, N.H., to spend a week at Dartmouth learning skills in leadership, scholarship and community service. In addition to a new group of ninth graders who completed participation in the program this summer, SEAD II - an extension of SEAD - brought most of last year's participants back to campus for another week, this time to develop and apply their individual skills toward service to others. Twenty-six of the original 29 participants from last summer attended the program, which began July 22 and ran through July 30. Their time was divided between participating in community service projects in the Upper Valley, writing a research paper on leadership, and engaging in various "perspective shifting" activities, which include discussions with noted speakers. The SEAD program is a joint venture of Dartmouth's Tucker Foundation and the Education Department, and also receives assistance from the Barnet Family Fund and a dozen alumni organizations.

72. Sparta High School Online
Sparta high school organizations. Main • Faculty • alumni • Events• ComTech • Band • Athletics • organizations. • BARC
Sparta High School Organizations Main Faculty Alumni Events ...

At Sparta High School, we believe in a well diverse student. That is why SHS has many different clubs and organizations for its students to join.

73. NAU Alumni Association: NAU, State Of Arizona Receive $40 Million In Federal Fun
NAU alumni Association Banner. school, Powell Junior high school and Westwood highschool. Participating partner organizations have pledged an additional $10.5

74. Lubbock High School - Lubbock, TX - USA
Extracurricular Clubs and organizations. Faculty Counseling Services Links Calendar Contact US Faculty Forum alumni Forum. Lubbock high school.
Extracurricular: Clubs and Organizations 4-H Club Health Club Spanish Club Academic Decathlon ... Caviness Advertising

75. Links
WAGNER high school, CLARK AFB, PHILIPPINES. organizations Compiled by Glenn or by a George Dewey HS, Subic Bay, Philippines alumni.
Cairo American College Official Site
***This Homepage has links to homepages for 27 Philippine HS and 29 Philippine College Alumni Home pages. If you attended a school in the Philippines be sure and check this one out. SCHUTZ AMERICAN SCHOOL/ ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT ST. MARY'S INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL/ TOKYO, JAPAN ... PHILIPPINES ORGANIZATIONS
Compiled by: Glenn Greenwood or OVERSEAS BRATS
WWW Contact: Michael Craig Leonard CLASSMATES
Classmates is run by a George Dewey HS, Subic Bay, Philippines alumni.
WWW Contact:
Contact: Randy Conrads Alumni Directory Scrapbook Virtual Tour Reunions Links Sports Arts FAQ Home News CAC Listserv We welcome contributions. Follow the instructions for doing so here Site developed and maintained by InterCity Services. Design and graphics Elena Baca Comments:

76. LearningStation ResourceCenter: Education/Alumni Directories
contains over 30,000 US high schools. Tehran American school Association TASA isa Internet communities officially sponsored by various alumni organizations.
More search options Home New Links Cool Links ... Search the entire directory only this category
Education Alumni Directories Categories:

  • Schoolbuddies - Free site with 115,000 schools. You get a home page, picture gallery, chat rooms, message board, calendar, e-cards, e-mail, message program, classifieds etc.
  • SchoolNews Alumni and Reunion Database - The SchoolNews Alumni database contains over 35,000 U.S. and Canadian High Schools. Membership provides access to all alumni listings, email address, reunion postings and message boards. Free registration.
  • The Old Friends Network - Find classmates, alumni and simply old friends. It's free.
  • World-wide Classmates - Find your old friends from schools all over the world.
  • find old friends - Find your old friends from high school to university. Free for charge.
  • Yoshioris Alumni Network - School alumni and class reunions in over 120,000 schools nation wide.

77. TCHS Alumni News - Temple City High School -- California
register under the name by which you were known in school. comprehensive web siteswith a TCHS alumni twist) for businesses and organizations are available
Front Page Join Us! Messages Gallery ... Directory Mar 16, 2003 We welcome home Judy Cunningham Hall (1961). Registered alumnus 580. Front Page

Honor Roll

Photo Gallery
Join Us!
Not Today
We're improving the signup process. Please excuse this temporary inconvenience. The new forms should be available on line Monday Mar 31. If you absolutely, positively can't wait, follow the Problems link at left. You can support our efforts in several ways. The most important is to become known to the community. Please take a few minutes to register. Registration is open to Classmates, Sponsors , and Advertisers If your name appears with an MIA designation under your class year, please communicate with the editor about (re)activating your listing. Please do not create a duplicate; it just makes unnecessary work for everyone. This registration procedure has been tested in several combinations of browser and operating system, but we can't be 100 percent certain it will work in yours. PROBLEMS?
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78. Beachwood (Ohio) High School - Alumni Association
THE SPONSORING organizations RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY SUPPORT YOUR alumni ASSOCIATION. deductibledonation to the Beachwood high school alumni Association
BISONews A Publication of the Beachwood High School Alumni Association
We still need the following yearbooks to make a complete set: ’62, ’71, ’72, ’77, ’79, ’80, ’81, ’84, ’88, ’90 and ’92.
We still have a herd of mini bison for sale at $10 each. They make adorable presents for kids as well as alumni and other friends. REUNION NEWS Class ‘63-40th Reunion
July 11-13, 2003
For information please contact Sheila Bondy Friedlander at 216-991-1622 or email . Please help us find Nancy Anderson, Jerry Goldfarb, Sherry Goodman, William Hansen, Ed Rudolph, and Bill Waldman. Class of '64-40th Reunion
July 4, 2004. If you would like to help or need information, please contact Barbara Heller 216-292-6224 or email Class of '73 - 30th reunion
Save the date! November 29, 2003. For more information, contact Sunny Klein Lurie 216-831-4131. Class of '74 30th Reunion
The Class of 1974 is having their 30th reunion on July 3-4, 2004. Any questions please contact Judith Barrat Wolkoff 216-292-4558.

79. I-Men's Association Presents Z.G. Clevenger Awards
outstanding athletic career at Riley high school where he board of associates, theLaw school board of of the nation’s largest alumni organizations, the IUAA
Jan. 15, 2003
I-Men's Association presents Z.G. Clevenger Awards
Four standout IU athletes have been awarded Z.G. Clevenger Awards by the I-Men's Association. Thomas E. Blackburn, of South Bend, Ind., Howard C. Buickel, of Santa Claus, Ind., Ernest S. Kovatch, of South Bend, Ind., and Thomas M. McGlasson, of Bloomington, Ind., received their awards at a ceremony on Nov. 15 at the DeVault Alumni Center in Bloomington, Ind.
Blackburn began his outstanding golf career as a youth in South Bend. After enrolling at IU, Blackburn lettered in golf during the 1944-45 season. Upon graduation, he joined the Navy and became a pilot, which allowed him to golf in Hawaii and fly fish in Alaska. He went on to enjoy a long career at Prudential-Bache Securities in South Bend, until his retirement.
Buickel began his athletic career as a student at Booneville High School where he lettered in football, basketball, and baseball. After serving in the army for three years, Buickel enrolled at IU where he lettered in baseball during the 1946-47 and 1947-48 seasons. After college, he played baseball with the Fort Lauderdale Braves and the Florida International League. In 1950, Buickel became a teacher and coach, and eventually a school administrator.
Kovatch began his outstanding athletic career at Riley High School where he participated in football, basketball and baseball. After enrolling at IU, he earned letters as a football player in 1948 and 1949. In 1950 he earned another letter and also served as team captain. After graduating, Kovatch served in the Korean War where he was a prisoner of war for 11 months. He later enjoyed a 37 year career as a teacher, coach, and counselor for the South Bend school system.

80. Pullman High School Alumni Registration
in visiting the official Pullman high school web page on the internet under an AlumniWeb Page share your mailing and email addresses with Pullman organizations?
PHS Alumni Registration
Sue Druffel is maintaining a database of Pullman High School alumni, which is used for contacting classmates for class reunions and possibly other Pullman High School news of interest. Unless you check the "yes" boxes below, the information in the file will not be sold, nor used for junk mail or other solicitations that are not related to Pullman High School alumni reunions. To register, use the following form, or send email containing your name (current and maiden name), address, phone number, email address, and graduation year to You may also be interested in visiting the official Pullman High School web page , which is finally back up after a long absence. First and Middle Name:
Current Last Name:
Maiden Name/Former Last Name:
Mailing Address:
Graduation year:
Other information to be sent to Sue (optional):
Note: If you do not check the boxes below, the information you have provided above will only be used for alumni reunion events. Would you agree to have your mailing address and telephone number posted on the internet under a PHS Alumni Web Page? Yes

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