La Salle Catholic College Preparatory
Summer 2013 Magazine
La Salle Administration Denise L. Jones, President Andrew Kuffner, Principal Andrea Burns ’97, Vice President of Advancement Mario De Ieso, Vice Principal for Academic Services Brian Devine, Vice Principal for Student Life Alanna O’Brien, Vice Principal for Curriculum & Professional Development Matthew Winningham, Vice President of Finance & Operations Editor Heather M. Eldon, Director of Advancement & Communications contributors Katie Allen Holly Bigelow-White Andrea Burns ’97 Ann Cereghino Brian Crawford Brian Devine Rhonda Fisher Jennifer Friend Kerri Kelvin Greg Kozawa Gina Maraist Maria Schroeder
Liz Banta ’00 Stephanie Blumenson Ernie Casciato ’72 Amber Chambers Angela DeCosta Julie Dowhaniuk Andrea Flores Denise L. Jones Kam Kimball Kim LaValley Liz Raines ’02 Matthew Winningham
Please send address updates to email@example.com or 503.353.1444. To activate an electronic subscription via email, please send your email address to gmaraist@lsprep. org. Mission Statement Inspired by St. John Baptist de La Salle, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory develops students of faith, service and scholarship by providing a transformative education allowing students to realize their maximum potential and use their gifts to serve Christ and humankind. La Salle optimizes financial and academic accessibility for students, especially the underserved, who desire a rigorous and relevant education preparing them for college and life. The La Salle community inspires students to find their voice as global citizens, to put their faith into action and to lead exceptional lives of integrity, honoring the Godgiven dignity of all. Cover photo by Travis Edward Nodurft: La Salle’s Drama Department presented the 2013 Spring Musical, The Music Man, to a packed house for six engaging shows. The joyful musical featured a cast of children, current students, alumni and educators including Beth Biggs ’14 and Eliot Pomeroy. Photo at left by Greg Kozawa: La Salle’s past and present principals pause for a photo at “Believe,” the school’s 19th Annual Signature Fundraiser Benefiting Student Scholars on Friday, April 12, 2013, at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower. Bill George (far left) served as principal 1997-2006, Tom Dudley (center) served as principal 2006-2013, and Principal Andrew Kuffner (right) took the helm July 1, 2013.
Message from the President The Good News
There is a rhythm to the school year. The excitement of welcoming a new freshman class, the anticipation of new goals and opportunities, and always the finality that comes with commencement. It seems to surprise me every year, my desire to launch the senior class to a future yet to be realized and then the ambivalence of letting them go. It was especially true for the Class of 2013. Every class carves its own signature. It’s always unique and often reflects a collective profile. This class was filled with leaders, but their shared signature was their compassion and humility. They were so accomplished, but you rarely heard it out of their mouths. I know they worked hard, but they didn’t complain and you rarely saw them sweat. They exhibited a gracious leadership that will forever be their legacy.
“To touch the hearts of your students is the greatest miracle you can perform.” St. John Baptist de La Salle
They had their hand in six state championships during their four years with us. They brought the stage to life with their performances in The Music Man and Oklahoma. They built robots and engineered rocket launches. They explored the complex issues of this world and struggled to find God in the tragedy at Sandy Hook and in the devastation of tornadoes and earthquakes. When gunshots rang through Clackamas Town Center blocks from school, they returned to our campus seeking solace and sense. I told them at commencement and know that it is true: they have lived and witnessed real life. And it occurred to me reflecting on this fact, they laid the foundation for their own gospel. The Gospel according to the Class of 2013. The gospel is often referred to as the Good News. They are the good news. Their beginning chapters have been witness to His love. As we say goodbye to this class, I am not only struck by how many lives they have already touched . . . at Lot Whitcomb Grade School, on a reservation in Browning , Montana, at Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles and border towns in Arizona. However, I think what struck me more profoundly was the joy that radiated from their faces when I witnessed the slide show during Senior Assembly, full of unceasing smiles and easy interlocking arms. I recognized that they work for justice, not out of duty or guilt or a sense of obligation, but from gratitude. And that is powerful. Our lives are best lived when we embrace the Good News. That is their gospel. That is part of their foundational story of faith. That is, in the end, the purpose of Lasallian education. That our students not simply hear the Gospel but that they are formed by it and it becomes who they are. We have been blessed by the Class of 2013; now go and bless the world. Live Jesus in our hearts,
Denise L. Jones, President 2
2012-2013 School Leadership Board of Trustees
Foundation Board of Directors
John McDonagh, Board Chair Vancouver Business Journal
Rick Soberanis, Board Chair Accelerator Business Solutions, LLC
Rev. E. William Beauchamp, CSC, University of Portland
Chris Bené, Azumano Corporate Travel
Allen Burns ’73, Pkenergy Solutions
Joan Bollier, Community Leader
Martha Parisi Dirksen ’72, Community Leader
Rich Callahan, KPMG
Steve Feltz ’73, NW Natural
Carl Christoferson, Oregon Investments, LLC
Alfonso Lopez-Vasquez, Pacific University
Tom D’Amore, D’Amore Law
Tim McGree, La Salle High School of Yakima
Chuck Gall, RBC Dain Rauscher
Dr. Lisa Morrison, Columbia United Providers
Karen Garrison, PCC Structurals/ Precision Castparts Corp.
Myra Parrott, St. Francis Catholic School Jack Powell ’73, The Sherpa Group Two LLC Br. Kevin Slate, FSC, De La Salle Institute Lesley Townsend, Providence Milwaukie Foundation Mitchell Wall, Wall & Wall, P.C. Fr. Charles Wood, Our Lady of the Lake
Jeffrey Keeney, Tonkon Torp LLP Edward Lilly, Spectra Novae Limited Jen Modarelli, White Horse Susan Robben Schweitzer ’79, The Standard Karen Thul, Jostens Greg Veasy, Hewlett Packard Dan Wood, Starbucks Coffee Company
Enter to Learn Accept Everyone. Respect All Persons. Value the Individual.
This year our beloved principal, Tom Dudley (far left), announced his retirement. After 40 years in education, he decided it was time to pass the baton of institutional leadership. He leaves a legacy of instructional excellence and professional development that continues to position La Salle as one of the best college preparatory schools in the state. While we miss the leadership and camaraderie that marked Tom’s tenure, we are delighted that Andrew Kuffner (left) will serve as La Salle’s tenth principal. Andy has been an inspiring educator and administrator at La Salle for over 17 years and he brings integrity and compassion to his new role as principal. Through the gift of providential direction, Andy brings a depth of experience and wisdom which will lead our students to “Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve.” There is no greater blessing for our community.
Congratulations to teacher Lisa Moran and librarian Colette Cassinelli on their successful grant application to the OETC/CenturyLink Foundation for Education. The grant will fund Spanish class iPad minis, an Apple TV, new projector, apps and training for Moran and Cassinelli.
At the end of the 2012-2013 school year, La Salle honored retiring Principal Tom Dudley with a tribute to his trademark mustache (above). The school also said good bye to many exceptional educators who retired or moved on to new opportunities.
This program will serve as a model for rolling out mobile devices throughout La Salle’s campus and across the curriculum. CenturyLink’s Christopher Denzin and Scott Demming (above) presented the check on June 27, 2013, principal Tom Dudley’s last day before retiring.
Thank you for your service: Amber Chambers, Brian Crawford, Paul Dreisbach, Tom Dudley, Erv Latincsics, Randy Rice, Beth Schaller, Kathy Schultz, Lauren Strand, Theresa Stuhrman, Ted Pfeifer ’88, Sue White and Michelle Zumpano.
Leave to Serve Push Your Limits. Prepare for Life.
La Salle Prep’s Theatre Department presented its spring musical, “The Music Man,” to sold-out crowds in April and May. The production, directed by Ernie Casciato ’72, featured a cast of La Salle students, parents, teachers and future students (right) including performances by Rebecca Smith and Brayden Wernli (above).
La Salle’s Signum Fidei students, teachers and mentors (above) attended the annual Timbers U-23 School Days field trip on May 24, 2013. Signum Fidei assistants were invited to this year-end celebration to thank them for their hard work. Although the weather was chilly and it was drizzling, the Timbers won against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
La Salle’s new Little Dresses for Africa Club has 12 active members who have sewn more than 25 dresses that were mailed to Africa in May 2013. The group (above) meets about every six weeks on a Saturday morning to sew the dresses. Club moderator and admissions assistant Angela DeCosta taught the members how to sew. 5
Enter to Learn Remember the Presence of God. Concern for the Poor. Overcome Injustice.
The Oregonian awarded La Salle Prep first place in the 4A Oregonian Cup for the 2012-2013 school year. The award recognizes overall excellence in academics, activities, athletics and sportsmanship. Schools are awarded points based on final team standings in each sport offered, the school representation in individual sports at state championships, the number of teams with cumulative GPAs above 3.0 and general sportsmanship. La Salle held first place for the 4A Oregonian Cup during the 2012 fall season thanks to the boys’ soccer team’s second place finish, boys’ cross country finishing third and girls’ cross country team winning the state championship. After the 2012-2013 winter season La Salle was in second place due to strong performances by the basketball teams. Girls’ basketball finished fourth at the state championships and boys’ basketball finished third. All of La Salle’s teams finished on a high point this spring, with boys’ tennis finishing in third place and boys’ golf winning a state championship (right). The school’s point total also benefited from the fact that no La Salle players or coaches were ejected throughout the entire school year.
In February 2013, a group from La Salle (above) braved the Boston winter to attend the Harvard Model Congress, the dynamic government simulation conference run exclusively by undergraduates at Harvard College. 6
In addition to the Oregonian Cup award, the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association granted La Salle Prep the OACA 4A All Sport Award for the 2012-2013 school year. Throughout the past school year, the majority of La Salle Prep students were actively involved in sports and athletic clubs. Seventy-five percent of La Salle’s students participated on at least one team during the school year. Thirty five percent of students were members of at least two teams during the year.
Karen Kessler and Randy Rice traveled with a group of La Salle Spanish students to Costa Rica in late June and early July 2013. The cultural immersion trip featured economic field trips, service projects, host families, classes, soccer, dancing, hiking, rafting and poolside dining (above).
Leave to Serve Joslynn Bigelow ’14: Big Sister Personified.
As hundreds of area teenagers primped for the prom on May 18, 2013, La Salle’s Joslynn Bigelow ’14 prepared for the Sparks of Hope (SOH) 2nd annual fundraising gala at the Oregon Convention Center. Joslynn (right) embodies the Lasallian value of acting as a big sister to those in need. She is an active volunteer advocating for children. With Lee Ann Mead, SOH founder (above right), Josylnn and other volunteers nurture children recovering from abuse. Among many other activities, she is a first generation teen mentor for SOH, which helps children who are survivors of abuse. Joslynn created the SOH mascot “Hope the Hippo” (right) and works with other mentors to give a voice to children and shine a light on the prevalence of abuse. Joslynn’s passion for helping children drives her annual collection of clothes for Cares Northwest (above right). To learn more about Sparks of Hope, visit sparksofhope.org and Cares Northwest at caresnw.org. In sixth grade, Joslynn started volunteering with the TOPSoccer outreach program, which helps children with disabilities enjoy the game of soccer, and she is now a “head buddy” (right). In addition to the exceptional community service Joslynn performs, she is an active La Salle volunteer. She helps with the Polar Plunge Team (right) and is involved with the Signum Fidei program. We honor and celebrate Joslynn’s commitment to serve others.
Big Brothers & Sisters The Heart of the La Salle Community: Students Who Enter to Learn Valedictorians Kelsey Cathcart (right) and Kirk Dettmer (center) and Salutatorian Marissa Ferry (far right) led their classmates to the finish line in June. A few highlights from the Class of 2013 (right) include two National Merit Commended Scholars: Charlie Summers and Megan Tholl; Trey Norton was awarded the Evans Scholarship which covers four years of college tuition and housing for deserving golf caddies; Precision Castparts Corporation awarded University of Oregon college scholarships to Sterling Akles, Brayan Rodriguez and Kayla Roysdon; and Guillermo Ramirez and Valentin Gashongore received PCC Structurals scholarships. As La Salle Prep launches the Class of 2013 (right) to colleges including University of Notre Dame, U.S. Air Force Academy, Boston University, Fordham University, Santa Clara University and Wellesley College, the school prepares to welcome a full freshman class of 2017. La Salleâ€™s applicant pool and enrollment continues to remain strong. If you know someone who may be interested in La Salle, please encourage them to plan ahead and contact 503.353.1413 or admissions@lsprep. org. La Salleâ€™s Open House is Sunday, October 27, 2013, 1 - 4 p.m. No RSVP needed. 8
The Class of 2013 The Soul of the La Salle Community: 142 Graduates Who Leave to Serve Shannon Acker Cameron Adams Julie Agrimson Courtney Ahlgren Sterling Akles Jr. Tyler Barnhart Chloe Basile Paige Bell Rachael Beyer Nolan Bollier Jon Bornemeier Blaine Boyd Sebastian Brunning Robert Budetti Paul Bundy Rudie Burnett Amanda Byrne Sean Caster Kelsey Cathcart Rebekah Chan Michaela Clark Mathew Collier Madeleine Criglow Haley Crosgrove Emily Culley Xavier Cunningham Kaitlyn Danna Lorraine De La Riva Alivia DeGagne Amy Del Plato Mariah Delegato Kirk Dettmer Cole Devore Joseph Dolezal Hannah Dugan Devin Durham
Samuel Eichhorn Dakota Eisel Alexandra Emmert Addison Fattor Marissa Ferry Erin Flagg John Foy Jacob Fuhrer Natalie Gage Yingsi Gao Valentin Gashongore Julia George Tristan Gomez Sarah Grabe Vincent Green-Hite Jenna Hadeed Nicholas Hannan Sean Hays Nicole Heitzman Hannah Hildreth Mark Holenstein Dominic Hortaleza Shelby Howard Garrett Howe Alex Humble Katelynn Ion Mark Jaeger Bradley Johnson Ian Johnson Riley Johnson Jana Kukla Jacob Larsen Rebekah Leone Jenifer Lidster Nicholas Lien David Lillie
Jessica Lumba Meredith MacMillan Jacob Maes Jacob McGraw Jarrod McKay Jennifer McNassar David McVittie Natalia Meekins Colin Meisner Eliza Minculescu Alyssa Mische Jenna Moffat Ellie Mulvaney Frances Mylet Jonathan Nagel Dennis Nguyen Peter Nguyen Gina Nix Trey Norton Grant Oâ€™Connell Patricia Oâ€™Hollearn Victor Ochia Madeleine Ogard Evan Olson Alexander Petersen Brooklyn Quirk Blake Rabourn Guillermo Ramirez Antonio Ranieri Elisabeth Ressler Ember Robinson Ian Robinson Alexander Rodenbeck Brayan Rodriguez Kayla Roysdon Natalie Schlechter
Nicole Scott Lan Shang Sierra Shoen Andrew Slattery Harrison Smith Alex Soberanis Alexandria Sprauer Laura Sprecker David Stearns Tucker Stuart Grant Studdard Charles Summers Alyssa Susnjara Austin Swift Maile Symonds Travis Taylor Luke Ternes Alex Tetherow Morgan Tholl McKensie Thomas Brandon Tran Izabella Valadez-Kirschbaum Tori Van Jonathan Vo Anh Vu Nguyen Caitlon Vu Patrick Walsh Qingshi Wang Jonathan Weiss Victoria White Yang Xu Haley Yohn Cameron Young Eric Zimmerman 9
Faculty & Staff News La Salle’s religious studies and Spanish teacher Jennifer Arrigotti married Roy Friend on December 29, 2012, at St. Ignatius Catholic Church in Portland. (Photo at left by Aaron Courter Photography).
In Memoriam Please remember in your prayers the families and loved ones of the following members of the La Salle community who have passed away . . .
La Salle Alumni
On May 31 , 2013, Derek Ray, La Salle physics and chemistry teacher, proposed to Amber Chambers, Signum Fidei Co-Director (left). They are both very happy about their engagement and are looking forward to their wedding in the summer of 2015.
Nicholas Mitchell Anderson ’12 Michael “Mike Richartz ’80
La Salle Parents & Grandparents Mary Teresa Bucher Doris Chek Mary Madeline Miller Classen John Patrick “Pat” Craven, Jr. Marvin Ignatius Honl Alice Rosalie Jarmer Janet Marie Labrousse-Schwengels
Joanne Lee Lisac Mary Pisano Doris Elizabeth Scrutton Lonnie Elias Shellenbarger Donald G. Smith Cindy Stearns Jack Tovey
Friends, Supporters and Loved Ones Matthew William Anderson
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Mystery Alumni Congratulations to incoming alumni board president Traci Watkins Mennis ’79 (senior yearbook photo at left) for correctly identifying Karen Klupenger Gay ’83, Lisa Aizawa ’83 Tami Watkins Klupenger ’83 and Tony Reiner ’83 in the Mystery Alumni photo in the last issue of the La Salle Prep Review. If you are the first to correctly identify the alumni in the photo below, you will win a La Salle alumni item. Send your guess to email@example.com.
2012-2013 Alumni Association Board
Alumni Association Board of Directors
Patrick Gabrish ’84, Board President Pacific Natural Foods Lisa Weaver Bergeson ’86, CYO
The La Salle Prep Seattle Alumni Chapter (above) met in June 2013, at the St. Andrew Bar and Grill. A special thanks to the Alumni Association for sponsoring the event, Jose Quiray ’92 for providing the venue and wine and Sarah Malone ’01 for organizing the group of Brian Ferrasci O’Malley ’00, Tyler Moore ’00, David Toll ’86, Nicholas Paradis ’03 and Ted Fulmer ’00. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brian Bergquist ’75, Kaiser Permanente Matthew Call ’94, PGP Valuation David Dugan ’87, Blount International Jane Scrutton Ellison ’01, KeyBank Donna Sunseri Howard ’79, Kavi Corporation Joy Barta Hunt ’78, Sabin Elementary Traci Watkins Mennis ’79, Community Leader Mary Havlicek Pahl ’80, Iron Gate Realty Group Mike Pendergast ’91, Self-employed Kelsey Powell ’02, St. John the Apostle Laura Sweet Spirlin ’78, Fred Meyer Jason Zwick ’96, State Farm Insurance Joshua Zwick ’99, Multnomah County Sheriff ’s Department
The 16th Annual La Salle Golf Tournament sponsored by the Alumni Association raised more than $15,000. Alumni golfers from every decade represented the field on July 22, 2013. Thank you to committee members Jason Zwick ’96, James Buxman ’96, Ryan Steele ’99, Dominic Stelter ’99, Peter Timmen and Josh Zwick ’99. Congratulations to first place co-ed team: Mark and Amanda Wade ’08, Ron Dowhaniuk and Dan Wood (above) and first place men’s team: Greg Bolt, Bill Winter, Mike Dewitt and Curtis Rystad (below). For 2014 tournament details, contact email@example.com.
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alumni updates 2000s 1970s Steve Feltz ’73 was named the Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Northwest Natural Gas on February 28, 2013. Cecilia Hall Brennan ’73 (left) is the founder and board member of a new Catholic school in Lacey, Washington, Pope John Paul II High School. She received a BA in Theology from Loyola Marymount, a Certificate in Religious Education from University of Portland, an MA in Liturgical Studies from Notre Dame and a Graduate Certificate in Canon Law from St. Mary’s. She lives in Olympia with her husband and three children.
1980s Dr. Cecilia Bitz ’84 was the 2013 recipient of The Rosenstiel Award, a University of Miami top honor. Bitz is an associate professor in Atmospheric Sciences at University of Washington and the 39th recipient of the Rosenstiel Award.
1990s Brett Wooden ’98 is a senior vice president of marketing and innovation who lives with his family (left) in Houston, TX. He oversees a credit union’s marketing, business development, technology systems integrity, and emerging technology strategies. Matthew Dickman ’99 (left) is the author of All-American Poem, 50 American Plays (cowritten with brother Michael Dickman ’99) and Mayakovsky’s Revolver. He is the recipient of The Honickman First Book Prize, The May Sarton Award, the Kate Tufts Award from Claremont College, and the 2009 Oregon Book Award from Literary Arts of Oregon. He is poetry editor of Tin House Magazine and lives in Portland. Dr. Ben “B.J.” Mares ’99 is doing mathematical research for the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) in Trieste, Italy. 12
Jacque Rhemrev Barber ’00 married Jonah Barber on January 31, 2013, on Maui (left). Fellow alumni in attendance: Will Rhemrev ’92, Katie Monte ’00, Megan Monte Nava ’02, Nicole Monte Nelson ’04, Tony Zadan ’99, Alyssa Wetherbee ’99, Katherine Rodela ’00 and Jenny Oenning Wilkerson ’00. The couple met at La Salle’s Steak & Seafood event. Kira Goodwin Kvamme ’00 and her husband Chris welcomed son Holter Brandsen (left) on October 29, 2012. He weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces and measured 22 inches long. Dean Scrutton ’00 and his wife Meryl welcomed their first child, Andrea Elizabeth (left), on December 26, 2012. Ryan Cereghino ’01 and his wife Ann and welcomed their son, Mark Ryan (below), on May 1, 2013, at 6 pounds 15 oz. and 19.5 inches long. Ryan and Ann are both teachers at La Salle. Tyler Fermelis ’01 worked as the lead character artist for the Marvel Heroes game released earlier this year. Tyler’s proud mother is La Salle art teacher Christina Erickson. Erin Neil Myers ’01 welcomed baby boy Samuel James (left) on July 12, 2013. Sam lives with his parents, Erin and Kevin in Walnut Creek, CA. He was 8 pounds, 2 ounces and 20 inches long. Sam’s proud grandmother, Mary Neil, serves as La Salle’s Director of Human Resources.
2000s 2000s Erich Feltz ’02 and his wife Andrea Sharpe welcomed baby Hannah Marguerite (left) on February 8, 2013. She was 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Matt “RC” Cooley ’03 is attending Katholic University in Leuven, Belgium, earning his master’s degree in philosophy. Carley deSousa Dugart ’03 got married on June 26, 2010, and the couple welcomed their first child on their second anniversary in June 2012 (left). Their daughter’s name is Kaiya Nichole. Tiffany Forni Cushman ’03 married Jason Cushman on October 9 2013, in St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City (left). More than 150 people were at the ceremony, which had an extremely strict dress code. Due to the crowds, they were escorted by a Swiss guard. Mike Wetherbee ’03 graduated from the Air Force Academy in 2007 and the University of Maryland with a master’s of public policy in 2009. He lives in Philadelphia and flies the KC-10 at McGuire AFB. He and his wife, Nikita are captains in the Air Force (left). Maddison Bond ’04 married Amy Mobbs on September 1, 2012. Maddison graduated from Pacific NW College of Art in 2009 with a BA in illustration. Tyler Paradis ’05 and Sarah Wagner Paradis ’06 welcomed their second daughter, Juliette Frances (left), on February 1, 2013. The family is moving to Portland for Tyler’s job at OHSU. He completed medical school at the University of Toledo in June 2013.
alumni updates Mandy McGraw Taylor ’05 earned an English degree from Portland State University in 2008 and is working on a child and family studies degree while working at Helen Gordon Child Development Center. She married Sean McGraw on August 26, 2011 (left). Chelsea Dibala Dudik ’07 married Graham Dudik ’07 (left) on January 5, 2013, at Immaculate Heart in Portland, OR . The maid of honor was Erin Dibala ’00 and the best men were Matthew ’09 and Tristan Dudik ’09.
Colby Neal ’08 had his senior research published in the American Journal of Undergraduate Research in January 2013. He is working at Intel in Hillsboro in the R&D division. Brandon Wagner ’08 worked on a small satellite that was selected by NASA to go into space by 2016. Bobby Ragasa ’09 (left) is attending Montana State University Billings where he plays baseball while earning his business degree. Kristof Schroeder ’09 graduated from University of Puget Sound in May 2012 with a B.A. in history with a German minor. He is in Finland playing professional football with the Kouvola Indians (left). Kristof ’s proud mother is La Salle German teacher Maria Schroeder. Kori Urben Jones ’10 married Zach Jones on July 7, 2012 (left). She is working toward her BS in Psycholog y and minor in Special Education at Western Oregon University and working at Limes Adult Foster Home. She plans to help those with developmental disabilities upon graduation. Send your alummi updates and photos to email@example.com
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Everyone is welcome to La Salle’s Second Annual All Alumni Weekend: September 27-28, 2013! Register at www.lsprep.org/allalumni. Contact Liz Raines ’02 at 503.353.1425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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La Salle Prep September 27-28, 2013
All Alumni Weekend Classes of ’73,’83,’93 and ’03 will be honored.