Franciscan Alumni Association

Established May 28th, 1989
Serving Provinces of Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. John the Baptist
www.franciscan-alumni.org

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December 2000

Reunion 2000 Was a Hit!

by Steve Findley
and Dave Imhoff

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Duns Scotus Today

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Ultima II Liner Notes

grills fired up a little after 6 PM and soon spewed out succulent steaks and other meats, complimented by trays of salads and hors d'oeuvres. Following the feast, gold jubilarian Mel Brady and silver jubilarian Pat McCloskey were recognized. Competition was fierce for the award for the longest trip, as 3 West Coast alumni had us checking our Atlases.           
   
Fellowship continued beyond 10 PM at the clubhouse with many electing to continue the evening at

The 2000 FAA Chapter in Detroit was a rousing success. Festivities began on Friday afternoon as many alumni and family members gathered at the clubhouse at Georgetown

local drinking establishments. Most were able to drag themselves out of bed to reassemble at Word of Faith (formerly Duns Scotus College) at 10 AM Saturday. We were treated to a tour lasting over two hours. The consensus seemed to be that the Word of Faith community has done a

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Country Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Member Phil Zepeda hosted the evening of great food and drink and fellowship. The

Web Update

Additional pictures are frequently added to the class photo pages of the website (www.franciscan-alumni.org). Tune in at home or visit a local library and use their computer.

Several issues from 1965 to

1968 were accidentally omitted from the CD that contains Brown & White magazines.  They're now available on the website.  The images and text are of a very high quality.  You can zoom in and see sharp images at full-screen size.

Email addresses have been updated.  Please check to see if we have your current address--so your classmates can correspond with you. Because email addresses change often and there's no way to verify all of them, we've decided to

continue to mail the paper newsletter copies to everyone.  It's not the most efficient means of information sharing, but it minimizes the chance of someone being overlooked.  The newsletters will also be provided on the website.