SAINT PATRICK’S HIGH SCHOOL

                                50TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION

 

August 25, 2005

 

Dear Friend of Saint Patrick’s:

It is difficult to believe that our Reunion celebrations ended about three months ago. Since then the Executive Committee has received many requests for pictures from the event and so, thanks to Ken Salah and a few others, we have a number of photographs that will be posted on the website for all to enjoy.  Please use the following link:

http://st-pats.ednet.ns.ca/reunion.htm

 

The celebrations were designed to give you the opportunity to renew friendships as well as to relive old memories.  We also hoped to present a gift to the students of the new high school on behalf of the St. Patrick’s High School alumnae, if there was any money left in our account after all bills were paid.  We are pleased to announce that $27,000 will be given to Saint Patrick’s High School students in the form of scholarships for any present or former SPHS graduate.  Until the funds run out, this scholarship will continue to be awarded to students with “SPHS connections” who graduate from Citadel High School.  Thank you for making this possible.

 

One of our major sponsors for the weekend of celebrations, Steele Chrysler has asked us to communicate their thanks to you:

“Steele Ford Lincoln and Steele Chrysler were proud to be

major sponsors of your important 50th Reunion celebrations

at Saint Patrick’s High School.  We trust you enjoyed your-

self and had the chance to renew old acquaintances and to

continue a positive relationship with Saint Pat’s.  Thanks for

the opportunity and, on behalf of both Steele dealerships, we

enjoyed our relationship with you this past weekend.”

We were fortunate to have received much assistance from Molson Canada  as well.  Our thanks goes out to both companies for their involvement in our festivities – without their support, our 50th Anniversary Reunion would not have been possible.

 

Yours truly

Deborah Currie Naugler

Chair

SPHS 50th Anniversary Reunion