Alumni Events & Activities

The Combined Class Reunion Weekend

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  • The 2024 Combined Class Reunion Weekend

    This year's 2024 Combined Reunion Weekend is being held September 20th & 21st, bringing together the Classes of  1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014, and 2019. 

    Please feel free to share your questions, ideas, and and thoughts with Louis J. Fabro ’83 (Director, Alumni Affairs & Communications) at or 614-380-209-2233. In the meantime, plan on joining with classmates and sharing a wonderful weekend full of warm friendship and memories!
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Last year’s Combined Class Reunion activities took place September 8-10th. They included the Classes of 1958, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2018. 

A number of significant ceremonies, liturgies, and other activities took place alongside throughout the weekend. These included: Friday's celebration of the opening of the Frank E. Murphy '54 Convocation Center, the new central community plaza, and the beautified Our lady of Lourdes Grotto; the varsity football team's Friday Homecoming Game and post-game pizza party; & Sunday's St. Charles Alumni Golf Outing at New Albany Links Golf Course. 

On Friday (Sept. 8th), alumni gathered for the All-Classes “Beer-n-Brats” STAG from 5-9 p.m. in the Robert C. Walter Student Commons. It included refreshments and a picnic-style dinner. Principal Jim Lower gave a “State of the School” update  and class photos will be taken. Attendees received free admission to the Cardinal’s Homecoming Football Game. After the game, everyone was invited to stay for the community  Post-Game Homecoming Party in the Walter Student Commons. 

On Saturday (Sept. 9th), the activities continued with campus tours before an All-Classes Mass in the Mother of Mercy Chapel celebrated by Father Ty Tomson ’03, pastor of St. Bernadette (Lancaster) and St. Joseph (Sugar Grove) parishes.
Afterward, an assortment of the classes held their own private gatherings with their wives/significant others at locations all over town. These included the Cavello Center (1958), Worthington Moose Lodge (1973), East Market’s Columbus Brewing Company Beer Hall (1983 and 1993), T.T. Murphs (1988), PINS Mechanical Company at Easton (1998), Dempsey’s Food and Spirits (2003) and PINS Mechanical Company at Bridge Park in Dublin (2008).
The event would not have been such a success without the efforts of the class captains who helped organize and coordinate the gatherings. We are especially grateful to have seen many of our graduates who traveled from all over the country.
St. Charles hopes that its alumni left these events with a special feeling of pride in the school, which is mirrored by their Alma Mater’s pride in them!
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