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Date registered: January 10, 2015

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  1. Time for a New Tradition? I’ll Drink to that! — January 18, 2015
  2. Pastor’s Pen — January 17, 2015
  3. Calling All Alumni – Open House & Spaghetti Dinner — January 11, 2015
  4. Nostalgic Yet? — January 11, 2015
  5. People with Class…. — January 10, 2015

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Jan 18

Time for a New Tradition? I’ll Drink to that!

We would like to start a new tradition…. Beer Garden Reunion/Homecoming on the Friday Evening before the Picnic One of the best ways we know to reconnect with old friends is in a comfortable, casual atmosphere along with a little something to eat and drink.A Beer Garden seems perfect and the evening before the picnic …

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Jan 17

Pastor’s Pen

Greetings SMMA Alum’s – Over my ten plus years as Pastor of our wonderful parish, I’ve developed a favorite phrase….. “We love our graduates!”  As we observe Catholic Schools Week, I offer a very special WELCOME BACK to each of you.  I hope you thoroughly enjoy your “walk down memory lane” especially catching up with …

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Jan 11

Calling All Alumni – Open House & Spaghetti Dinner

What are you doing Sunday, January 25, 2015 ? SMMA is hosting an Open House and free Spaghetti Dinner, 12:30 – 3:30,  to open Catholic Schools Week.  The dinner is in honor of SMMA’s School’s 50th Anniversary and we are issuing a special invitation to all of our alumni.  We would love to see our …

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Jan 11

Nostalgic Yet?

I’ve heard it said that it takes about 20 years before nostalgia sets in.  If that’s true then we have at least 30 years of nostalgic alumni. Hopefully yours were “Happy Days.”  If not, we apologize, beg your forgiveness and don’t want to make you relive those experiences. If they were, we would love to …

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Jan 10

People with Class….

Each class is a collection of individuals but each class also developed a “character” al its own. How would you describe your class?  I often encounter former students who remember their class as “troublesome” and i don;t remember it that way at all.  I usually remember them fondly with gratitude for having had an opportunity to …

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