Aquinas Alumni Association Luncheon Welcomed Back

St. Charles was honored to host graduates of Aquinas College High School for lunch today in the school’s Walter Student Commons.
Longtime Aquinas’s Alumni Association President Lou Nobile (AQ ’57) has worked each year with his SC counterpart, Louis J. Fabro ’83, to put on this event which goes back nine years.
More than 70 Terrier alumni met and enjoyed a sumptuous buffet (catered by T.A.T Restaurant) with 13 St. Charles students. These young men were recipients of academic scholarships provided by Aquinas alumni through The Father John R. Smith Aquinas Alumni Scholarship and financial aid through two other Aquinas-supported funds.
Fr. Stephen Alcott, O.P., pastor of St. Patrick Church downtown, led the group in prayer. After everyone had eaten, Nobile conducted the group’s monthly meeting that included two special presentations.
St. Charles was honored for its efforts to save and display the history (artifacts, memorabilia) of Aquinas. Then the tables were turned when Nobile was recognized by his fellow Terriers. They thanked him for his 20+ years of service as President of the Aquinas Alumni Association and for his work to rescue his school’s “history” for future generations to see.
St. Charles looks forward to continuing to build the bond between the two schools. It is always proud to host the graduates who represent the fathers, grandfathers, uncles and other family members of St. Charles’ very own past and current St. Charles students!
Visit the event’s Facebook posting with more than 40 photos included by clicking HERE.
  

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