Alumni Events & Activities

The Combined Class Reunion Weekend

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  • Combined Classes Reunion Weekend

    It has been announced that the  2023 Combined Class Reunion Weekend has been scheduled for Fri./Sat., September 8th and 9th. 

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2022: A great “Beer-N-Brats Stag Night” on Friday, September 30th welcomed back those from the classes of ’57, ’62, ‘67, ’72, ’77, ’82, ’87, ’92, ’97, ’02, ’07, ’12, and ’17. The event included refreshments, a picnic-style dinner, entry in the Homecoming football game, class photos and a “State of the School” update from Principal Lower.

On Saturday, the activities continued with campus tours by Louis J. Fabro ’83 and Dan Tarpy. Father Peter Gideon ’67 served as our Main Celebrant/Homilist and was assisted by Father Pat Toner ’62, Father Jonathan Wilson ’92, and Deacon Terrance Martin ’67.

For later in the evening, classes had organized private gatherings with their wives/significant others at locations all over town. These included Columbus Country Club (1962), T.A.T. Ristorante di Familigia (1967), The Top Steak House (1972), Wing’s Restaurant (1977), Plank’s Café (1982), Pins Mechanical Co. (1987,) Gresso’s Bar & Grill (1992), Barley’s Brewing Co. (1997), Brewdog Franklinton (2007) and Planks Bier Garten (2012).

Our thanks to all the class captains who helped organize and coordinate their class’s participation in the weekend celebration…and thank to all our graduates who traveled back to campus from all over the country.

Gentlemen, your Alma Mater is very proud and very grateful for each one of you!
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