Bi-annually AMASC Newsletters
The newsletters will be available in March and September. These will appear on this AMASC website.
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We hope that these newsletters will unite all our world associations by learning from each other and collaborating together.
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September 2014 is available here
March 2014 Newsletter is available here
September 2013 Newsletter is available here
March 2013 Newsletter is available here
September 2012 Newsletter is available here
AMASC Newsletter March 2015 Edition
President of CASHA
In January 2015, Sheila Donahoe announced her retirement after 10 years as President of CASHA and representing Canada at AMASC. Sheila thanked the executive for their support and singled out the retiring Sally Mahar rscj for her guidance and wise counsel. Sheila expressed great faith, hope and trust in the new team with CASHA President, Sarah Cassidy and vice- president, Maureen Brown. The CASHA executive have made a donation in celebration of Sheila Donahoe’s CASHA Presidency to Sister Jo Wright’s rscj mission in Kenya and Sister Margie Conroy’s rscj mission in Uganda.
Over the past few months, CASHA has some new members on their executive team.
Alexandra Hirsch is the new President in Halifax. Upcoming events include Sister Chu rscj speaking about her memoirs; the last Chef Dale cooking event in February. The Alumnae/i will support the School with acknowledging the 10th Anniversary of the Boys School and Pauline Scott’s (Girls High School Principal) retiring after 45 years.
Anna Romano is the new President on the alumnae board in Montreal. They support the Christmas Fair fundraiser; a Tea and Mass for Alums and their families, the May Alumnae initiation and AMASC pin ceremony, a Golf tournament in June, Fall Reunion, and produce an e-newsletter.
Beatrice Raffoul incoming President of the OTTAWA Janet Stuart Chapter held a thank you luncheon for Anne Charles.who retired after many years as President. Philomene Makolo, a Congo Alumnae, involved with Amicale, a network of the Congo alum living in North America thanked the benefactors who donated to the rebuilding fund for the Congo school devastated by a fire last February.
VANCOUVER Point Grey chapter Julie Lapinsky remains as Vice President, who with her executive continues to meet and welcome alums at a luncheon at St. George’s in November and in May. They publish a newsletter twice a year.
Canadian contingent at XV AMASC World Congress, Arizona (photos by Sheila Donahoe)