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News and Information from Mount Saint Charles Academy • Brothers of the Sacred Hear t • Fall 2012 • Issue 14

moving mount forward br. roland, SC — Mount’s director of facilities


MOUNT S AINT C H ARLE S A C ADEM Y • BROT H ER S OF T H E S A C RED H EART • MOUNT S AINT C H ARLE S A C ADEM Y • BROT H ER S OF T H E S A C RED H EART

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Mount Welcomes New Chaplain This past summer, Father Brian Sistare joined the Mount Saint Charles Academy community as our new school chaplain.

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Class of 2012 Listing of Mount’s 2012 graduates — our largest graduating class in history.

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Moving Mount Forward Brother Roland has overseen many construction projects as Director of Facilities here at Mount Saint Charles Academy.

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MSC Annual Report of Donors Listing of individuals, companies, and organizations who generously support Mount Saint Charles Academy.

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On the cover: Moving Mount Forward — Brother Roland Champagne, SC, Director of Facilities at Mount Saint Charles Academy, in front of architect’s plans for the new MSC tennis courts.

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remember very distinctly sitting in the elementary school auditorium for my son’s kindergarten graduation. He and his classmates sat proudly on stage wearing their graduation caps while on the wall behind them words proclaimed “Congratulations to the Class of 2000!” It was 1988 and the year 2000, the year he would graduate from high school, seemed so far off. This fall, as we have begun our 89th year here at Mount, we welcomed students into our 7th grade who have become the first members of our graduating class of 2018. The majority of these young men and women were born in the year 2000! Truly we are immersed in the business of 21st Century education as all of our graduates, beginning with this year’s 7th graders, will have been born in the 21st Century. The last of our students born in the 1900’s are members of this year’s 8th grade class. Our 7th graders don’t remember a world without Smart phones, I-pads, I-pods, the internet, YouTube and Twitter. None of them have personal recollection of the events of September 11, 2001. Their grandparents went to Woodstock and served in the Viet Nam Conflict. The race to the moon and the Kennedy assassinations are ancient history to them. Our school has entered the era where we are not only preparing our students for lives and careers in the 21st Century but are educating students who have not lived any portion of their lives in any other century but the 21st. With the passing of each year, it becomes more critical for us to

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adapt our infrastructure and our methods to this new century. The future is indeed now. Last year at this time I wrote of the beginning of an ambitious project — the modernization of all of our classrooms. Through the generosity of many donors, that dream is closer to reality as our entire 3rd floor has now been completely renovated. Gone are the wainscoting and slate boards familiar to so many of us who have sat in these classrooms during our school’s first 88 years. In their place are the white boards and interactive projectors and other technology that a 21st century education demands. We have taken a very giant step into our future. The bricks that form the outer structure of our building were laid in the early 1920’s. Those same bricks remain and now form the shell that houses our new classrooms, labs, and locker rooms — both those completed and those yet to be renovated. So as we move into our future, we recognize that it is a future firmly rooted in a rich past. And as we modernize our inner structure, the outer structure and main inner beams that support the structure remain firmly in place. So, too, is it true of the educational experience that is the Mount experience. Though there is an absolute need for 21st Century instructional methods and curriculum, there remains a need for the values that are at the basis of education in the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. Ours is and always will be an education of the whole person, rooted in Catholic Christian values

and the Gospel message of love of God and neighbor. The characteristics of an education in a Brothers of the Sacred Heart school remain — a spirituality of the heart of Christ; integration of faith and life; a spirit of community; formation of the whole person; a special concern of the poor and neglected; availability; and an ordered and structured environment. The world changes around us at an ever-increasing pace. The lives of the young men and women entrusted to our care today are vastly different than the lives of students 20, 30, and 40 years ago. But respect, kindness, compassion, concern for others, and social justice are as important now as they ever were. These are the bricks on which we build the Mount experience as we move boldly into our future to meet the needs of 21st Century students, a future firmly rooted in a long and proud tradition. I hope that you will continue to celebrate our shared past and I invite you to partner with us in building a new and exciting future. Excelsior!

Herve Richer ’74 President

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nother school year has begun for us and we are as excited as ever to welcome both our new members to the school community and the students who are returning. As they enter Mount this year, they will see the benefits of much effort and hard work that was done this sum-

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are moving towards a 21st century experience for our teachers and students. Each of us knows that students today are engrossed in a world of technology. Numerous articles in educational media point to the need to transform schools into modern learning spaces. Educators are increasingly chal-

as the college and business environment adapts to

modern approaches, our task is to help prepare our students for those changing conditions.

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mer to bring change to the school. While change is often difficult for those who experience it, I believe that it is through constructive change such as this that growth occurs. Realizing that some would like to preserve as much of the antiquity of the building as possible, to bring state of the art technology and to improve systems requires a complete renovation. One small example is the benefit of introducing wireless systems in the school. With the former walls it was impossible for signals to travel, but with the new construction, it becomes possible to incorporate other forms of technology. We are most grateful to all of the benefactors who contributed to the project to renovate classrooms. While we remove elements of the Mount that was, we

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lenged to engage students through technological tools with which they are so familiar. Further, we continue our mission and are committed to preparing our students for the roles they will play when they leave Mount. Just as the college and business environment adapts to modern approaches, our task is to help prepare our students for those changing conditions. We do so through the classrooms of today that are rich with technology. Mount has also launched a new website which has enabled teachers to communicate in various ways through individual class portals. Teachers were given training through the summer on the uses of the new portals. They have designed channels unique to their instructional needs and planned applications for their classes which

incorporate the new design. For each teacher, the challenge is to utilize the tools so they best complement the curriculum in place and find ways to include new lessons. Our tradition of academic excellence continues, and proudly we say that our students leave Mount with a strong foundation to succeed in college. Recent alumni frequently return and share their stories with us about their positive transition to undergraduate study. For those who prepared well and who took advantage of the opportunities available to them at Mount, life is filled with great experiences and rewards. Happily, they report that while they miss the community of Mount, they bring their experiences here with them wherever they go. The Mount tradition changes the world a little bit at a time. Loved be the Heart of Jesus.

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MSC Welcomes Fr. Sistare as the New School Chaplain

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ver the summer, a new chapter in Fr. Brian Sistare’s life began as well as a new chapter in the history of Mount Saint Charles. On July 1st, Fr. Sistare’s assignment as Mount’s new school chaplain officially began. A native of Westerly, RI, Fr. Sistare belonged to St. Claire’s in Misquamicut and served as an altar boy. Even though it was here where the seeds were planted that he wanted to join the religious life, Fr. Sistare found himself getting away from the faith when he was in high school. After experiencing his trials, tribulations, and temptations throughout high school, Fr. Sistare enrolled at the University of Rhode Island. In February of 1993, second semester of his freshman year, he attended a religious retreat. Fr. Sistare said, “I had gotten away from the faith, so it makes no sense why I participated. I still ask myself to this day, ‘Why did I go? Why did I say yes?’ The only answer I can come up with is that God directly intervened, and my attendance at the retreat can be attributed completely to Him.” Following the retreat, a very dear friend of Fr. Sistare’s passed away that April. Father said, “The influx of support from my parents and priests who stuck by me through my friend’s death,

coupled with my experiences as an altar boy and at the retreat, I felt the calling to the priesthood. I was 19.” Fr. Sistare transferred out of URI to the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1996. He then started visiting different religious communities and at 22 decided he wanted to join the Community of Franciscans of the Renewal in New York. “I liked their simplicity of life. They don’t use microwaves, TVs, or dishwashers, and they even sleep on the floor. They work with the homeless and the poor, and they also do a lot of work with youth. I was drawn to how completely devoted they are to the Church, the Catholic faith, and the charism of their order.” Fr. Sistare took his final vows as a Franciscan in 2001. In 2003, he received his Master’s of Divinity from Saint Joseph Seminary and

was ordained to the Holy Priesthood on May 17, 2003 by Edward Cardinal Egan at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. He spent 14 years with the Franciscans, doing work in Harlem, the Bronx and Yonkers, New York, as well as in Central America. Not being able to consistently give the Sacraments, such as marriage and baptism, Fr. Sistare was eager to be in a parish. He came back to RI in February of 2010 and was assigned to St. Philip’s in Greenville. He became incarnated as a diocesan priest and was able to immerse himself in the full parish life. He was at Saint Philip’s until this past June and was then re-assigned as the part-time Assistant Pastor at Saint Rocco’s in Johnston, RI in conjunction with his assignment as Mount’s chaplain. “I am really excited to be here for the kids at Mount on the Sacramental level through Mass and Confession,” Fr. Sistare said. “I also want to be someone the kids can come to, talk to, and I want to be someone they can trust.”

Welcome to Mount, Fr. Sistare!

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Mount Saint Charles Academy Class of 2012 Congratulations to the Class of 2012, Mount’s Newest Alumni — and the largest graduating class in MSC history! Jessie Connaughton Robert Cornell Catherine Corriveau Christina Costello Erica Courtemanche Patrick Craven Kaitlyn Croke Chandler Cross Zachary Crowley Barros Cassandra Czarn Drew Czarn Travis Darveau Lauren Deguire Robert Dery Emma DeSantis Danielle Deschene Lisa DiBona Christine Dickinson Gian DiCostanzo Aria DiMeo Erin Dixon Julia doCurral Caitlin Doherty Steven Donahue, II Lauren Dorsheimer Holly Dubois Mary Elaina Elmasian Zadok Emerick Emily Etheridge Grace Fenton Brandon Fontaine Anna Forde

Dylan Fournier Bianca Francois Santino Funaro Ana Gadoury Taryn Gaquin Lyndsey Garde Tyler Geffert Victoria George Daniela Gigliello Olivia Goffe Mark Guerard Danielle Guindon Rashi Gupta Rachel Haley Sara Hamel Benjamin Handanyan Katelyn Harnois Michael Harrigan Sijia He Emily Hendricks Olivia Hendricks Jarrod Holgate Steven Hollis Regan Kelliher Patrick Kennedy Oneib Khan Seung Hyun Kim Andrew Knueven Daniel Kohutanycz Matthew LaButti Trever LaCasse Kelsey Lace Drew Lambert

Adam Landry Trevor Lang Paul LaPlante, Jr. Christa Larence Kassandra Larochelle Melissa Lemoine Lauren Levesque Pinzhou Liang Danielle Lippacher Stephen Lizotte Emma Lorusso Meghan Lydon Jiwei Ma Anthony Macari, III Nicholas Malerba Erin Maloney Jinxiang Mao Kyle March Kristen Marn Eric Masi Molly Mastroianni Julie Mazza Connor McCarty Kerri McDonald Evan McEldowney James McGee John McLaren Megan Medeiros Jason Meehan Leah Meehan Taylor Messier Kathrine Millette Christine Montani

Ryan Morin Tyler Morin Callan Morisseau Maddison Moulico Cameron Murphy Evan Murphy Kayleigh Murphy Bryan Nieva Alex Nutting Anthony Paglia Angelica Paquette Alyssa Paul Bryan Peloquin Kathryn Platek Stephanie Platzer Katherine Porcaro Meghan Reilly Ronald Renaud Alyssa Ribeiro Kimberly Rigano Jennifer Roy Daniel Ryan Marie Ryan Helen Saad Victoria Saia Michael Saker Zachary Sarapas Brittany Sarza Ali Sayles Dylan Schaffer John Schmitt Allison Shea Caitlin Shea

Ryan Simoneau Spencer Soucy Emily Sproul Alexa Stack Timothy Stein MaryKate Stimpson Sean Stivaletta Taylor Sutherland Peter Swanson Benjamin Swiszcz Joshua Sztabor Mathieu Tardif Peter Therrien Rebecca Thompson Caroline Tillinghast Taylor Towery Vi Tran Evan Traumuller Mikayla Vacher Alexandra Venancio Cory Vescera Caitlin Vickowski Marion Walker Michael Walsh Alexandra Ward Mary Wesalowski Sean Whitesell Benjamin Whitney MacKenzie Wild Annie Williams Jamie Wozniak George Younes

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Timothy Aballo Katherine Andrews Demi Antinarelli Austin Archambault Anthony Armenio Raymond Aubin Brad Auclair Erin Auger Gregory Bagley Ashley Baillargeon Katherine Bennett Nicholas Bennett Ryan Berard Brandon Berube Nicholas Blair Lindsey Blais Christopher Brown Melissa Brown Patrick Butler Daniel Cahaly Brian Campbell Casey Campbell Marissa Campbell Laura Canole Robert Carpenter Francis Ciavattone, III Alex Cinieri Joelle Cipolla Honora Clemmey Hailey Cobb Lindsey Coen Victoria Cohen Adam Collamati

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The Mount Saint Charles Academy Class of 2012 graduated from MSC’s Brother Adelard Arena on Sunday, June 3rd. There were 196 students graduating (including 5 international students), making this the largest graduating class in Mount Saint Charles history! The top 3 students for this year’s graduating class were: Benjamin Swiszcz, Dylan Schaffer, and Daniel Cahaly. Daniel Cahaly, son of Eloise and John Cahaly of Hopkinton, MA, served as Master of Ceremonies. Benjamin Swiszcz, son of Monique and Brian Swiszcz of Cumberland, presented the valedictory address, and Dylan Schaffer, son of Susan and Gary Schaffer of Cumberland gave the salutatory address. Father Charlie Quinn delivered his last invocation as Mount’s chaplain before retiring in June. Principal Edwin Burke offered greetings to the class and

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Salutatorian, Dylan Schaffer . The All Mountie Award recipient was Academic Convocation’s Master of Ceremonies and Student Activities Council President, Connor McCarty. There were some very interesting facts about Mount’s Class of (left to right): Connor McCarty, President Herve Richer, Dylan Schaffer 2012! The Valedictorian’s (Benjamin presented the graduates. Most Swiszcz) mother, Monique (Robisenior awards and honors were doux) Swiszcz, was Valedictorian given out on the evening of Friday, of her 1980 class here at Mount. June 1st during Academic ConvoThere were also 3 sets of twins cation. However, the top 2 senior graduating: Emily and Olivia Henawards of the Academy were dricks, Jason and Leah Meehan, presented at the end of Mount’s and Caitlyn and Allison Shea. The graduation ceremony . Shea’s father, Stephen, is a teacher The 2012 Excelsior Award reat Mount and has been here for cipient was Mount’s Class of 2012 38 years (since 1974).

During the 2012 Mount Day, MSC’s Highest Athletic Awards Were Presented to 6 Members from the Class of 2012 The 2012 National Scholar Athlete Award (male & female) is awarded to two seniors who have maintained the highest level of excellence in the classroom as well as on the playing field. It is sponsored by the United States Army Reserve. This year’s recipients were: Grace Fenton and Patrick Kennedy.

The 2012 Outstanding Sportsmanship Award (male & female) is awarded to two seniors who have participated in at least one school-sponsored varsity sport, and who have demonstrated integrity, poise, selfconfidence, and leadership. The winners are considered to be models for good sportsmanship. This year’s recipients were: Allison Shea and Connor McCarty.

The 2012 Outstanding Athlete Award (male & female) is awarded to two seniors who have demonstrated outstanding ability in at least two sports, have shown fine sportsmanship, have been judged to possess superlative leadership qualities, and have remained coachable and committed to the team concept. This year’s recipients were: Lauren Deguire and Brian Campbell.

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Mount Saint Charles Academy Presents Gold Diplomas to Class of 1962 Given in honor of the 50th anniversary of their graduation from Mount

Forty-two members of the Mount Saint Charles Academy Class of 1962 received gold diplomas on Sunday, June 3rd, at the Academy’s commencement ceremony for the Class of 2012. The gold diplomas represented the celebration of the 50th anniversary class’ high school graduation from Mount. This presentation was held at the Brother Adelard Arena prior to the commencement exercises. The 50th anniversary class and their guests participated in 3 days of activities for their reunion

weekend. They enjoyed dinner and a tour at the Museum of Work and Culture in Woonsocket. On Saturday, June 2nd, the class will spent the afternoon at Twin River Casino in Lincoln and then returned to Mount that evening for a tour of the school (some haven’t been back here since their 1962 graduation!) and dinner in Mount’s Chapel Hall. On Sunday, June 3rd, they began the day with Mass in Chapel Hall followed by brunch. Afterwards, the group proceeded to the Class of 2012 commencement ceremony where they were

ALUMNI EVENTS • Alumni Soccer Game: Sunday, October 7th – Lower Field • 2012 Yearbook Party: Wednesday, November 21 – Chapel Hall • 2002 Reunion: Friday, November 23– CitySide/River Falls • 2007 Reunion: Friday, December 28th – RiRa Irish Pub, Providence • 1963 Reunion: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 7, 8 & 9

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awarded their gold diplomas. After graduation, they were honored at a reception sponsored by Mount’s Parents Council. Members of the Class of 1962 who attended the 50th anniversary and reunion festivities were: Albert Bernier; Leo E. Brodeur; Joseph Clifford; Jim Curran; Gerard J. Dionne; Gabriel L. Ducharme; Richard Friedrichs; Roger Gelinas; Robert J. Gelinas; Sylvio Patrick Glaude; Reginald Godfrey; Raymond A. Gouin; Br. Harold Thomas Greer, SC; Gary Guay; Normand James Guernon; Jerry Harpin; Dennis Hemond; Gerard A. Houle; Louis Jacques; John Jolly; Francis J. Kelly; Paul L’Esperance; Ed Laplante; George A. Lessard; Edward Marchand; Paul G. Marcotte; Darwin Marcoux; Peter J. McLaughlin; John O’Rourke; Paul Ouellette; Bertrand G. Paul Jr.; Raymond A. Pepin; Edward Pezzoli; Will Provost; Michael Joseph Recorvits; Gerard Remillard; Richard L. Robert; Steve Schubert; Dennis M. Slattery; Joe Tenori; John H. Wilson; and Edward Wyspianski.

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MSC is very excited to announce that we are accepting nominations for the

Academy’s FIRST Fine Arts Hall of Fame! Please visit https://www.mountsaintcharles.org/fineartshalloffame to submit your nominations and get more info! On this website, you can also download the form and mail it in to Mount. The purpose of the Mount Saint Charles Academy Fine Arts Hall of Fame is to recognize and celebrate individuals who best exemplify the spirit of Mount Saint Charles Academy through their contributions to and achievements in the fine arts.

Selection Criteria The selection committee will look for individuals who have made a significant contribution to their field in the fine arts in creating/ performing, teaching, or promoting the advancement of the fine arts.

Nomination Deadline: December 1, 2012

Nominations All nominiations will be accepted (candidate cannot nominate him or herself). Nominators will be notified by email that their nomination has been received.

Inductees will be announced on January 15, 2013 and the Hall of Fame Induction at Mount’s Excelsior Dinner will be on April 27, 2013.

Guidelines: Eligibility Any person who has attended, been employed by, or loyally supported the arts at Mount St. Charles Academy and has contributed to the advancements of the fine arts in his or her field. The nominee cannot at present be employed by Mount St. Charles Academy.

Notifications of the call to nominate will be transmitted via email, school newsletter, the school web site, and the local news releases. Candidates nominated but not selected shall remain active candidates for the next class to be selected. Selection Complete nominations, once submitted, will be reviewed for candidacy by the selection committee.

Mount Launched Its New Website This Summer! We invite you to visit www.mountsaintcharles.org and see all of our media station’s new features! Alumni, keep an eye out for your “My MSC” usernames and passwords— they’re coming soon! Once assigned, these logins will give you special access to school information, alumni events, and an alumni directory! Scan this QR code with your smartphone and be brought directly to www.mountsaintcharles.org

This committee shall consist of the following: • President and/or Principal • Fine Arts Department Chair • A faculty member representing each: drama, music, dance, and visual arts • Two alumni • Two current Mount parents • Two current Mount students • Alumni and/or Advancement Department Member

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f you were to walk down the main floor of MSC, before reaching the junior high locker room you would find yourself at one last office on the right side of the corridor. It’s the office of a man who is always smiling, loves a good joke, and is known to prank a co-worker or two! He is a kind man, willing to lend a hand at a moment’s notice, but above all he is very humble. If you looked through the doorway, you might see a white hard hat inscribed with the name “Brother Roland,” the only evidence of the countless hours he has logged while supervising the many major renovations the school has undergone over the last few years. The office you find yourself in that of Brother Roland Champagne, SC. Originally from Lewiston, Maine, Brother Roland is 1 of 3 children, and after his 8th grade graduation, he left home at the age of 13 to join the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. Brother Roland recalls that, “I liked the way they lived their lives. So when a recruiter asked me if I had ever considered being a Brother, I seriously contemplated it. Right after I graduated from 8th grade, I left to join the Brothers of the Sacred Heart at the House of Formation in Harrisville, RI. Even though it’s the only life I have ever known, I have never regretted my decision for a minute.” Brother Roland professed his first vows in 1965 and took his final vows in 1971. Since taking his vows, he has performed mission work in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and in Kenya, Africa, where he taught

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young Brothers in formation how to prepare simple meals. Brother Roland has also done a great deal of work with the Brothers of the Sacred Heart schools. From 1977-1982, Brother Roland served as Assistant Principal here at Mount for grades 7-9. He was then assigned as Assistant Principal to Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, New Hampshire from 1982-1988. In 1988, he returned to Mount and served in his previous Assistant Principal position. In 1992, Brother Roland headed back to Bishop Guertin where he was Property Manager until 1999. From 19992004, Brother Roland served at St. Columba’s College in England as Clerk of the Works (the equivalent to his Property Manager position at B.G.) during which time he oversaw the construction of two new buildings. In 2004, Brother Roland once again returned to Mount for his third assignment here. In these past eight years, he has served as Director of Facilities at MSC. His responsibilities include direct responsibility for the general upkeep of the building, supervising the cleaning contractor throughout the year, and seeing to all maintenance and repairs. The next part of Brother Roland’s story is where his white hard hat comes into the picture. Since coming back to Mount as the Director of Facilities, Brother Roland has been tasked with the responsibility of supervising all of the many renovation projects that have been

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undertaken at Mount. It is his job to ensure that construction occurs in a timely manner and remains on schedule, and is performed efficiently and correctly. The first major project he was responsible for was the creation of the new 5 floor

west stairwell that leads from the ground floor to the 4th floor classrooms. He also directed the third floor west wing renovation which included the construction of the new media lab, modernization of classrooms 318 and 320, and the creation of the Academic Support Center. He also supervised the construction of the new library media room, and the renovation of all three of the student locker rooms on the first floor. Brother Roland directed the installation of the new floors and a suspended ceiling on the ground floor, the replacement of the floor in the cafeteria, and the complete renovation (including new lights, ceilings, flooring, and sprinkler system) of rooms 001 and 003. Br. Roland’s responsibilities as Director of Facilities extend beyond the main school building. He directed the replacement of the main steam line and return line that supply heat to the school from the boiler room; as well a new waterline that leads to the Brother Adelard Hockey Arena. Brother Roland also managed the installation of the new sprinkler system in the hockey arena as well as the installa-


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tion of new underground water line to supply the system. Brother Roland’s most recent responsibility was oversight of the third floor classroom modernization project. For the past two summers, a selection of classrooms have been gutted and totally reconstructed. This summer, thanks to a plethora of designated donations, fundraising events, and a last minute gift of $200,000, the remaining 9 class rooms on Mount’s third floor were renovated, updated, and completely modernized. Especially thanks to Brother Roland, this project was completed in plenty of time for classes to begin in August. Brother Roland has also been directing efforts to make our nearly 100-year-old building more energy efficient. In order for this to be accomplished, Mount’s heating system has been converted from oil burning heat to a gas heat which is expected to decrease the school’s heating bill by about 50%. Each of the new classrooms has also been equipped with energy efficient windows and lights and new heating elements. In addition to the huge classroom renovations

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project and the boiler conversion project, there were other construction projects Brother Roland managed around the Mount campus this summer, including the completion of the renovation of the junior high school’s locker room with the addition of new energy efficient windows and a new floor; also the infamous stairs leading from the main campus down to the hockey arena were completely demolished and replaced. All of these responsibilities and the countless projects being undertaken demand innumerable hours of work. Brother Roland is on-sight throughout the summer while most of the staff is enjoying vacation. Often he is working during evenings and on weekends while remaining on-call 24 hours a day. His dedication, diligence, and almost boundless energy are great gifts to the school, its students, and its staff. Brother Roland reflected that, “My job is very challenging work. I have to supervise and direct all activities of the maintenance department and when they’re on campus, the construction crews. But it’s exciting times right now because of all

of the future possibilities and future renovations to the building. Plus, we are able to bring more technology into the classrooms which is such a great advantage to our students.” As far as the future, Brother Roland hopes to soon be directing construction of Mount’s tennis court complex, for which groundbreaking is hoped in the fall. Brother Roland, with an ever-present smile, continues to look ahead and, with the School Board and school President, plan for the future. “In addition to the tennis courts, we want to look at the possibility of a new building entrance near the sophomore locker room. As far as other long range planning and future projects, it all depends on what the needs of the students and the school are.” School President Herve Richer jokingly adds that, “Br. Roland is not permitted to retire or to be reassigned for the next five years. I need him to direct the modernization of the remainder of our classrooms and to bring to fruition our five-year renovation plan.” So until ground breaks on the new tennis courts, Brother Roland (and his hard hat!) can take a much deserved rest after all of the amazing work and leadership he has given to the Mount community and our beloved school. He can rest, that is, until the next problem crops up and his phone rings. With a smile and good humor and great diligence, he will respond quickly and the school will never miss a beat.

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Mount Saint Charles Academy Presents Oscar “Gus” Galipeau with his Hall of Fame Induction Award On Friday, September 7th, representatives from Mount Saint Charles Academy presented Oscar

Charles Academy. During his career, he was a First Team All-Stater in hockey and baseball. He was a hardhitting defenseman who led the 1938, 1939, and 1940 hockey teams to the All New England States and National titles. He played professional hockey for the Cleveland (left to right): Richard Lawrence (Athletic Director at MSC), Br. Roland Champagne, Barons of Linda Wheeler-Omiunu, RN (Administrator at Trinity Health & Rehabilitation), Diana the AmeriFerreira (Activity Director at Trinity Health & Rehabilitation), Charlie Mandeville, and can Hockey standing in the back is Herve Richer. Gus Galipeau is seated in front. League and “Gus” Galipeau with his Hall of the Minneapolis Millers of the Fame Induction Award at Trinity United States Hockey League. Health and Rehabilitation. Since He was an outstanding All-State Gus was not able to attend the Hall baseball catcher with a batting averFame Induction Ceremony held in age of .579. He was signed by the April at Mount Saint Charles, Mount Saint Louis Cardinals and assigned went to Gus to formally and ofto play for the Rochester Cardinals. ficially present him with his award. In 1942, Gus was drafted into the Gus is one of the most versatile U.S. Army and served as the crew athletes ever to play for Mount Saint chief on a B-26 Bomber stationed

in England. After being discharged, he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers’ Nashua team with Hall of Famers Roy Campanella and Don Newcomb. In 1952, he became coach of Mount’s hockey team. He left coaching to become a Woonsocket Police Officer. The Athletic Hall of Fame publicly recognizes and celebrates individuals who best exemplify the spirit and mission of Mount through their athletic involvement, high degree of excellence on the playing field and have been a source of pride to the school and the community. Herve Richer, President of Mount Saint Charles Academy, said, “Gus Galipeau certainly epitomizes all of the qualities which our Hall of Fame seeks to celebrate. Through his athletic accomplishments, his service to our country, and his years of dedication as a public servant, Gus Galipeau represents all those qualities which we hope all of our graduates will emulate. Mount is proud of Gus, is happy to accord him this overdue honor, and I hope his example will inspire another generation of Mount students.”

Mount is offering this trip to MSC families, friends, and alumni for a fun day in New York City! Academy Bus Transportation will provide the coach bus transportation to NYC. Once in the city, feel free to make your own plans to sightsee, shop, go to a show, etc! There are a limited number of spaces available for sale. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact Chris Cabral, at 401769-0310 ext. 117 or e-mail her at cabralc@ mountsaintcharles.org Please note: All students must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. There will be no MSC teachers chaperoning this trip.

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Good Luck in Your Retirement, Father Charlie! Fr. Charlie Quinn was appointed to Mount to serve as the school chaplain in 1982. That same school year, Fr. Charlie coached the co-ed 8th grade junior high soccer team. His association with Mount junior high soccer would last for 29 years, during which time he coached hundreds of boys as Mount’s beloved junior high boys’ soccer coach. Fr. Charlie resigned as chaplain in

1987 to accept the pastorate of St. Raymond’s Parish in Providence, but he remained at Mount as the junior high soccer coach. Twenty years later, in 2007, at which time he was still serving as soccer coach, Fr. Charlie retired as an active diocesan priest and returned to Mount to once again serve as school chaplain, a position he held until his health forced him to truly retire in 2012. Mount is extremely grateful for his many years of dedicated and humble service to our students, faculty, and families. We know that he will find his way back to the campus from time to time to keep a careful eye the junior high boys soccer team and to check in on his boys.

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“Thanks for all you have contributed to the MSC community as our chaplain, soccer coach, and friend. We’ll miss you Father Charlie!”

Keith Pace, Class of 2000, and his wife Nicki had Father Charlie baptize the ir twin daughters, Kennedie and McKenna. The Paces cur rently live in Illinois.

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abbatematteo Ms. Deborah Aiken Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albert Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Albright Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alexander Mr. and Mrs. John Anketell Mr. and Mrs. George Archambault Ms. Gloria Aspesi Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Aubin ’50 Ms. Rita Audet Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Auger Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Fisher Auger ’76 Ms. Therese Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Marc Bacon Ms. Adel Banoub Ms. Joanne Barber Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Barishian Mr. and Mrs. Mark Barnabe ’74 ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Denis Beauchemin ’57 Mrs. Pauline Beaudry Mr. and Mrs. Normand (Frenchy) Beausoleil ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beauvais Mr. Owen Bebeau Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Becker Mr. and Mrs. George Belcher Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bell Ms. Yvette Benetti Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benson Mrs. Helen Berard Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergeron Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Berthiaume ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bertrand ’57 Mrs. Mariette Bessette Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bibeault Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bibeau Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bibeault ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blanchard ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Blanchette ’76 Mr. Roland Boisvert Mrs. Ann Boulet Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Bourcier Mr. and Mrs. David Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bria Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brodeur ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Budnick Mr. Kenneth Buonanno Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Burch Ms. Emma Burns ’09 Ms. Jenny Burns ’07 Ms. Elda-Maria Cahill Ms. Eileen Cahill-Koutros Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Calabrese Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Calnan Dr. and Mrs. Peter Campbell Ms. Nicole Carriere ’08 Mr. Armand Carriere ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Cash Mr. Pierre Castonguay ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cedor, Jr. ’82 Mr. Kevin Cesana ’87 Mrs. Lori Chabot Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Champagne Mr. and Mrs. Richard Champoux ’62 Ms. Tammy Chauvette Mr. and Mrs. Tedio Ciavarini Ms. Jocelyn Ciffo Mrs. Mary Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clarke ’78 Mr. Gerald Cloutier ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phil Cogdill Ms. Kathleen Collins ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Collins ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Combes Mr. and Mrs. William Connell Mr. Kazmirz Contre ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Corriveau ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Costello Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cote ’72 Ms. Jacqueline Cournoyer Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cournoyer ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Courtemanche Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coutu Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Couture Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cutler Mr. and Mrs. Dave Danneker Mr. Gerard Dault ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Decasse Ms. Frances Delasanta Ms. Kristen F DellaPosta

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Dr. and Mrs. Donald Demers Mr. and Mrs. Rene Demers ’56 Ms. Madeline Deragon Mr. and Mrs. Tony DeRosa, III ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Desaulniers Ms. Allegra DiMeo ’09 Ms. Charlotte Dominique Mrs. Frances Doran Mr. and Mrs. David Dorr Mr. and Mrs. Henry Drewes ’42 Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Duarte Mr. and Mrs. James Dumas Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Dumas Mr. and Mrs. Craig Duquette Mr. Jonathan Edwards Embrace Home Loans, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Engels ’56 Ms. Kathleen Farley Mr. and Mrs. John Felicio Mr. Michael Ferrier ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ferry Ms. Rebecca Ferry ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ferry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fisette ’48 Ms. Muriel Fisher Mr. Walter James Fontaine Mr. and Mrs. Gildo Foresti Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Forget, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Chay Foxon Mr. Lionel Frappier ’45 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraser Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Frohn Mr. Robert Frueh ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Furlong Mr. Charles Gagne ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gallagher Ms. Christine Gamache ’04 Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Gardner Mr. Nicholas Gassey ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Keith Giacin Mr. and Mrs. Herve Giguere Mr. Marc Giguere Mrs. Irene Girard Mr. David Goff and Mrs. Michelle Felicio-Goff Mr. and Mrs. Normand Gonthier Mr. Mark Gonthier ’79 Ms. Claudette Gouin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Goulet ’51 Mrs. Sheila Grace Mr. and Mrs. John Gray Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greco Dr. and Dr. Christopher Gregory ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grela Mr. and Mrs. Camille Guilbert ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guilbert Ms. Mary Guiliano Mr. and Mrs. Roland Guilmette Mr. Peter Hall, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James Handanyan Ms. Dorothy Hanlon Mr. and Mrs. Mark Harnois Mr. and Mrs. E. Brian Harvey ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hemond ’57 Mr. Donaldson Hill Ms. Mary Beth Hoffman Mr. Mark Hogan ’60 Ms. Cindy Houle Mr. Lucien Hubert ’45 LTC and Mrs. Steven Hurteau Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson Col. and Mrs. Donald Jalbert ’36 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jobin ’63 Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kafalas Mr. and Mrs. John Kalf Mr. Robert Keith ’69 Ms. Kaitlin Kelly ’04 Mr. Paul Kerrigan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kessler ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kogut ’78 Ms. Gayle Kummerfeldt Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lafontaine Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Laganiere’50 Ms. Beverly Laliberte Mr. Steven Lambert ’07 Rev. Romeo Lamothe Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lariviere ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond LaRochelle ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Lataille ’77 Dr. and Mrs. Albert Latour ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Laverdure Mr. and Mrs. Henri LeBlond ’52 Ms. Monica Lee-Henell Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leeming, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Omer Recore, Jr. ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rego ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Riendeau ’79 Ms. Carrie Renehan Ms. Tina Reynolds ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Herve Richer Mr. and Mrs. Herve Richer, Jr. ’74 Ms. Therese Riley Mr. Paul Robert ’42 Ms. Natalie Robitaille Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roper Mr. and Mrs. Sergio Rotatori Ms. Carol Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Donald Saladin Tucker, Heifetz & Saltzman, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanita Mr. Matthew Santos ’10 Dr. and Mrs. Steven Santos Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sarapas Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sarni Ms. Joan Sebastian Mr. and Mrs. Michael Segers Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Skehan Mr. Daniel Skwyra Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Spas Ms. Amedia St. Andre Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stangel Ms. Mary Stoukides Mr. and Mrs. William Sudol ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sutherland ’78 Mr. and Mrs. William Sutherland ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Szlosek Mr. and Mrs. Philip Teel Mr. Bernard Tellier Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tenreiro ’92 Br. Roger Thibault, SC Mr. and Mrs. James Treharne Ms. Suzanne Tremblay Mr. Joseph Trepanier ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trindade Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Trottier ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Omer Turcotte Lt. Col. Michael Tusoni, USAF Ret. ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tyminski, Sr. Ms. Mary Uralowich Ms. Beth Veltri Mrs. Cheryl Venancio Ms. Carol Waddington Ms. Molly Wade ’05 Mr. Andrew Welt Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wesalowski Mr. and Mrs. Derek Wessman Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Wesson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilkinson ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wnukowski Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yazbak Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Yemma Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zaluski Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zimmerman

CENTURY CLUB $100.00 TO $249.99 Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Adamo ’82 Mr. James Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Mark Andreozzi ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Armenio Mr. and Mrs. Jean Auger ’78 Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerard Ayotte ’58 Dr. Linda Bagley ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Beaumier Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett ’82 Ms. Mekala Bertocci Mr. Albert Berube, Jr. ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blais Mrs. Lise Bliss Mr. Steven Bokoski ’70 Ms. Ellen Bollweg Mrs. Mary Bouley Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bray, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Brennan, Jr. Mr. James A Brodeur ’10 Mr. Stephen Burbridge and Mrs. Mindy Russell-Burbridge ’87 Capewell Components Company LLC Mr. and Mrs. Paul Capuzziello ’87


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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carignan ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carroll Mr. and Mrs. David Caruso Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Catalano ’69 Catholic Financial Life Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Peter Certo Mr. Bin Chen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Choate Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ciullo ’85 Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman ’81 Ms. Sarah Collins ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Connaughton Mr. and Mrs. John Cook Mr. and Mrs. Paul Corbosiero Mr. and Mrs. David Cote Mr. and Mrs. Louis Coulombe ’55 Mr. Richard Courtens ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Cox Dr. Dennis Cruff and Mrs. Lisa Allam-Cruff ’77 Ryan, Cudmore & Ieardi Family Mr. William Cummings ’50 CVS Mr. Edward Czerwinski ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Scott D’Alessandro Mr. Mark DellaPosta ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Steven DellaPosta Rev. Normand Demers ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiBona, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert DiCaprio Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dingley Ms Nancy DiThomasso’78 Mr. and Mrs. John Doody Mr. Philip Dorr Mrs. Irene Dupre Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Eckilson Mr. Justin Eckilson ’10 Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards Mr. David Emond ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fafard Dr. Glen Fandetti ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ferrari ’61 Mr. and Mrs. David Fontaine Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Foresti Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frost ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fuller Mr. William Gagne ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gagnon Mr. and Mrs. John Galvin Mr. Francis Garrick ’70 Rev. Roger Gaulin ’57 Col. Edward Gauthier ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gelinas ’62 Mr. and Mrs. John Gill, III ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Gillies Ms. Martha Glasheen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Godin ’60 Goodwin Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paul Gouin ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gray ’46 Mr. and Mrs. John Guerin ’64 Mr. Marc Guerin Mr. Richard Guyette ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamel ’59 Judge and Mrs. Daniel M. Hanlon, Ret. Ms. Kendra Harding Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Harrigan ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hicks ’51 Highland Landscape & Snowplowing Mr. and Mrs. John Hodgens, Jr. ’83 Ms. Alma Tina Hogan Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan Mr. Christopher Horan ’88 Houghton Mifflin Matching Gift Program Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hunt ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jefferies ’89 John Hancock Financial Services Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jolly ’71 Dr. Eugene Joly ’45 Mr. and Mrs. Arkan Jonna Ms. Kathleen Joppru Mr. and Mrs. George Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kissman Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kozimor ’87 Ms. Nicole Kuchinski ’05 Ms. Margaret Lamarre Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lancaster Mrs. Gail Landry Mr. and Mrs. Michael Landry Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Langin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lee Rev. Eugene Lessard ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L’Heureux Dr. and Dr. Louis Liotta Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Luginski

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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Maceroni Ms. Janet Magnani Ms. Monique Mailloux Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mailloux ’70 Mr. Dennis Maloney ’56 Mr. Robert Marchand ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Marotti, Jr. ’83 Atty and Mrs. John McCoy Mr. Douglas McCreadie McDonough, Hacking, & Lavoie, LLC Mr. Edward McGovern Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGuire Mr. Timothy McLaughlin Merck Partnership for Giving Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mr. and Mrs. Richard Minot ’65 Mr. Jonathan E. Mitchell ’83 Ms. Joanna Montalbano Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Moore ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Morris, Sr. ’50 LTC and Mrs. James Mullin ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Adam Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Nunes Mr. and Mrs. Charles O’Connell Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius O’Leary ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Rene Ouellet ’70 Mr. and Mrs. George Page Ms. Cynthia Parker Mr. Bertrand Paul, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pearl Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pepi Dr. and Mrs. George Picard ’65 Mr. Michael Pirrello ’03 Mr. Wilfrid Provost ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pump Mr. Stephen Rapko ’60 Rick’s Musical Instruments Mr. and Mrs. John Ring, Jr. River Falls Inc. Mr. and Dr. Richard Roberts ’76 Mr. Stephen Rochette ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rolleri Mr. and Mrs. Michael Romano Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rouleau Mr. Charles Rouleau ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sarza Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schauster ’57 Mr. Michael Schlott and Mrs. Jayne Guertin-Schlott Mr. and Mrs. John Sebastian Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sicotte Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith Ms. Terese Smith Ms. Ann Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sotnik Ms. Jeanne Soucy ’65 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Sousa Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Tardif Ms. Michelle Thompson ’86 Ms. Susan Trepaney Mr. and Mrs. Andre Trottier ’67 Mr. Matthew Trottier ’87 Mrs. Rosemarie Trudeau Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Tuffy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ukena Mr. and Mrs. James Vecore Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ventre ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vigliotti, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Ward ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson Ms. Anne Whitaker Woonsocket Lions Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yates

LEADERSHIP CLUB $250.00 TO $499.99 Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012 Mr. Edward Goryl ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cantin ’71 Catalano Construction Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chabot ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corrente, Esq. ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cote ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cournoyer ’85 Ms. Brenda Duclos ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dukes Mr. and Mrs. James Ferry Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gadoury Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gray Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hellman Mr. Neil Hunt ’00

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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marrah ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Morton Mr. Colin Padbury Mr. and Mrs. Michael Poirier Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers ’40 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sammartino ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Leo St. Laurent ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vansant Mr. and Mrs. Brian Holmes ’85 Bottomline Technologies Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drapeau ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pryor De Fiore Spalding, P.C. Mrs. Paulette Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Steven Niedzwiadek ’93 United Way of Rhode Island Lt. Col. and Mrs. Paul Bourdon, USMC ’61 Covidien Mr. Jonathan Marland ’94 Ms. Sue Tessier Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carriere Ms. Monique Hauser Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Mongeon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Spinella ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pointon, Jr. ’44 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cappellano ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Reilly AHOLD Financial Services

EXCELSIOR CLUB $500.00 TO $999.99 Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ambler, Esq ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bibeault, PhD ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bouley ’82 Mrs. Stacy Lynn Bowman-Henry Dr. and Mrs. James Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bryson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cabral Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Cedor ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clem Mr. and Mrs. John Crook ’66 Dean Bank Dr. and Mrs. Paul Desjardins ’67 Mr. George Dresser ’57 Ms. Jennie Eckilson ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Eddins Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Finocchio Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flood ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flood ’56 Mr. and Mrs. David Golden Mr. and Mrs. John Guevremont Mr. Russell Griffiths and Mrs. Donna Gamache-Griffiths ’90 Mr. Joel Guay ’80 Mr. and Mrs. John Hoyceanyls ’79 Mrs. Kathleen Huchthausen Mr. Eddy Jutras ’70 Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kaplan Mr. Timothy Kerrigan ’88 Mr. and Mrs. John Laramee ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lucchesi ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Martin ’81 Navigant Credit Union CJ Nemes Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nemes Mr. and Mrs. Andre Paradis ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pereira Province of IHM, Inc. Father Charles Quinn Mr. Mark Remillard ’01 Mr. Lionel Savaria ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherman Mr. and Mrs. David Soucy Mr. and Mrs. Michael St. Andre ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Staelen ’71 Target Corporation Mr. Rene Tellier ’48 Mrs. Elizabeth Tetreault Vietnam Veterans of America Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Whalen, Jr. ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wilk, Jr. ’83

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayotte ’55 Bank of America Brothers of the Sacred Heart Mr. and Mrs. Gus Capizzo Cozy Quarters Pet Inn, Inc. Mr. William Crowley, Jr. ’49 Dealer Dot Com, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John DiCostanzo Mr. and Mrs. John Finnerty Mr. and Mrs. John Foley State Street Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Hake Mr. and Mrs. Marc Hebert Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hovsepian Mr. Lawrence Hyde IBM International Foundatuion Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavallee, Sr. ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loiselle Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Lydon Mr. and Mrs. Glen Martin Mr. and Mrs. Denis Martin ’76 Dr. and Dr. Joseph Mazza Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin ’59 Mr. John McVey Dr. Michael Morin ’78 National Grid USA Service Co., Inc. Mr. Dermod Norton ’61 Mr. Eugene A. Peloquin ’50 Dr. and Mrs. Joel Picard Mr. Bruce Piette and Dr. Rosemarie Martin ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quistberg Mr. and Mrs. David Roy, Sr. Ms. Melinda Ryan Dr. and Mrs. Claude Trottier ’56 Mr. Robert Ward ’77

DIRECTOR’S CLUB $2,500.00 and $4,999.99 Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Barrett Center Ice Sports Inc. Mr. Charles Crepeau ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Denis ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Robert DiMuccio Mr. and Mrs. Erik Eckilson ’78 Friendly Nursing Home Lepine Financial Advisors Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Scott Pleau ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tardie Wells Fargo

FOUNDER’S CLUB $5,000.00 and $9,999.00 Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012 Mr. William Coffey ’58 Deslandes Construction Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James Dore Mr. and Mrs. Jared Earley ’90 Fidelity Foundation Mr. Albert Fuchs Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lafond Macari Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris ’41 Mr. and Mrs. Edward O’Brien Textron Matching Gift Program

PROVINCIAL CIRCLE $10,000.00 TO $24,999.99 Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012 Amica Mutual Insurance Company Mr. and Mrs. James Cournoyer EzeCastle Integration Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lepine ’82 Mr. and Mrs. James McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ward ’71

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SACRED HEART COUNCIL $25,000.00 or MORE Received Between 7/1/2011 and 6/30/2012

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grady Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Knueven MSC Parents’ Council Total number of donors listed: 688

EXCELSIOR LIFE Members Contributed A Gift of Life Insurance Dr. Donald Bibeault ’59 Mrs. Annette Blair

IN MEMORY OF John Leo Allen Victoria Alviti Elizabeth Arcaro Louie Arcaro Annette Archambault Henry Archambault Dr. Elevterio G. Aukpala Theophile Barnabe Alice Barsamian Angele Beaudette Denise Beauchemin Beatrice A. Beaudoin Betty Lou Bernardo William Maloney-Blackstone Richard Blanchette Florence Boisvert Joseph E. Bouley Br. George Ernest Mary A. Bucci Olive Burke James B. Burns Gaetano Calise Madeline Cardin Gino Carlucci Madeline Cardin Elizabeth Carrigan James Carter L. Andre Chartier ’47 Bill Coffey, Sr. Anne Concemi Mollie Conti Richard Copperwheat Gilbert Coreira ’50 Pasquale Castellese William Cummings Margaret Davis Joyce Dean

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Mr. Paul Brodeur ’71 Mrs. Gail Bryson Ms. Barbi Carignan ’80 Mr. Jack Clarke ’83 Mr. Charles Clarke lll ’78 Mr. Louis Coulombe ’55 Mr. John Harwood ’70 Dr. Peter D. Martelly ’68 Mr. Christopher Ozimek ’79 Mr. Andrew Palmer ’78 Mr. David Paquette ’70

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Amgen Amica Mutual Insurance company Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc. Bank of America

Joan Decotis Rayomond D. Denis ’47 Mary Diciaccio Caroline Dickie Louise DiGiacomo Alfred J. DiSalvo Claire Dominique Muriel Donaldson Jacqueline Donovan Helen Frances Dorr Timothy Dumas Herve Dumont Br. Ronald Dupuis, SC Claire Durand Br. George Ernest Sandra Ewell Elaine Almonte Fagnot Irene T. Fagnant Evelyn Ferruolo Michael J. Finnegan, Jr. ’65 Mary Fitzgibbon Shauna Fitzpatrick Richard N. Fontaine Gabriel M. Fortin Rita Fresiello-Small Catherine H. Gallogly E. Kevin Gallagher Mary Garcia Mary R. Gatto Frances Gautreau Rene Gauthier Walter L. Gibson Bill Gilbert Eleanor Gillingham Anthony Girard Sr. Adeline Giuliano Bernadette Glode C. Lorraine Governo E. Kevin Harvey

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Mary Horan Shirley Edwards Howes Natale Jabour Amy Jarret ’90 Chris Johnson William H. Kelly Gerald Kowalik Mrs. F. Labrecque Katherine M. Lancisi Albert Landry ’58 Judith Langford Erika Laurence John Lawrence Lionel Leclaire Theresa R. Leduc Irene Lefebrve Raymond Lemaini Raymond Lemire Yvonne L. Lepore Laura Leclerc Dr. Patrick Levesque John Loefler Irene Lulu Raymond Lussier Diane Luttrell Gertrude Macksond Raymond Mailloux Jr. Marc Martin Anne A. Mandeville Stephen Managon Rose R. Manueppi Arthur C. Manstream Jr. Stephen Mazon Nina McCarty Norma McCarthy John J. McLaughlin Isabelle McQuillen Jack Meehan Pamela Millette

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GIFTS IN KIND Mr. Roger Berard Mr. and Mrs. Dale Connolly Mr. Edward Czerwinski Ms. Ruth Federici Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Nunes Sports System Custom Bag Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Jaccques Staelen, Jr. Mr. Paul Zastrow

Angelo M. Mento Concetta Mello Tom Moon Ruth Morin Dorothy Ann Murphy Eddie Murray Pauline Nadeau Mary Costello O’Keefe Joseph O’Neill, Sr Frank Pacia Mrs. Paulo Mrs. Hope Paretti-Everett Janice Parretti Dennis Paux Donald Pellitier Jackie Pellitier Theresa Peloquin Ethel Petrucci Norman Phaneuf James Picard Ken Pickering Bernadette Plasse Adela Ponichtera Gloria Provencal Barbara Quinn Eleanor Ramieri Linda Ricci Aileen Robblee Robert Lafond Frank Russas Paula Russell Steven Ryan Jack Saboeiro Joseph W. Samson Carol Scanlon Vito A. Sciretia Mary R. Seibel Barbara Sheehan Eric Stuart Sidman

Manuel Silva Richard F. Skinner Barbara Smith Andre Soucy ’71 Joyce St. Andre Valadin St. Armand Audrey Mae Stecher Alice Lemoine Stifter Harold Strand Lorraine Strekofsky Irving D. Studley James L. Taft, Esq Lorraine Tamner Edward Tenczar Yvonne Turgeon Albert Violette Wayne Voss Joanne M. Ward Simone Ward Constance Webb John T. Williams George Witzell Barbara Wood Ann Zarlenga

IN HONOR OF Marriette Bessette Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bijesse Donald and Terry Dubois & Family Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Godin Br. Louis Lapearle Marguerite Lebel

FOR HEALING OF Lucien Pontriand Christine Cabral

q My check for $__________________ payable to Mount Saint

Charles Academy is enclosed.

q My pledge of $__________________ can be deducted from my Name ______________________________________________________________

checking account (voided check enclosed).

q Please charge my gift of $_______________ to my: Address _____________________________________________________________

City/State/ Zip ________________________________________________________

Card#_____________________________________Exp. date ___________

E-mail _______________________________________________________________ Phone ______________________________________________________________

q My company _____________________________ will match my gift.

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Signature__________________________________________________

q I would like my total gift amount broken up in payments over time:

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Rick Almeida has been awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor of Political Science at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina.

Laura Baldassari, graduated on May 20, 2012 from Georgetown University as a Doctor of Medicine. In June, she began her residency in neurology at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Haley Manella was accepted for August 2012 entrance into Tufts Medical School. This year, she completed her Master’s Degree at Tufts in Biomedical Science.

Photo: Brian and Mariel Calnan

Eric Garulay had the honor of contributing to a rather unique and timely new book that has just been published, Navigating Social Media Legal Risks: Safeguarding Your Business. It is the first comprehensive social media legal guide for business. It provides business professionals with strategies for navigating the unique legal risks that can arise from social, mobile, and online media. Currently, Eric is a digital marketing and social media strategist and holds the position of Digital Marketing Manager with Pearson, the world’s largest publisher. He is a Boston-based digital marketing and social media strategist, and founder and executive producer of the OnPodcast Video Network.

Brian Calnan and his wife Mariel (Auger) Calnan welcomed their son Nolan Patrick on July 14. He was 8lbs, 9oz. In a note sent to MSC Brian and his wife said, “The Mount community has always meant so much to our families, and we look forward to introducing our son to such a positive environment. As a future Mountie,

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it is important for him to get started early!”

2005

Myles Guevremont married his wife Nicole on September 1st in Atlantic City, New Jersey. There were over 20 Mountie alumni in attendance! (See photo below) Alison (Cornell) Cranshaw married Dave Cranshaw on April 21, 2012, at Holy Spirit Parish in Central Falls, RI. The Middletown, Connecticut residents enjoyed their honeymoon in Napa Valley. In February, Alison began working as an Employment Services Manager at FAVARH, a non-profit organization in Canton, Connecticut. Previously, she was an Assistant Supervisor at Horace Mann Educational Associates in Hudson, Massachusetts. Alison earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Roger Williams University and Master’s Degree at Nichols College.

Myles Guevremont ’05; Courtney Shea ’09; and Caitlin and Allison Shea, both Class of 2012, were also in the wedding party.

2008

In May, Daniel Suttmeier graduated from the University of Hartford with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering. He is employed at General Dynamics in Groton, Connecticut as an electrical engineer. Anthony Aiudi, President of the Student Alumni Association at the University of Rhode Island, received the A. Robert Rainville Leadership Award for Student Leadership based on his diverse range of leadership experiences. Anthony is a Pharmacy and M.B.A. student at URI. Photo: Donna Guevremont

C L A S S

2006

Here is a picture from Brendan Shea’s wedding. His best man was Ryan Celona ’07.

Photo: Jessica Erb — Submitted by: Donna Guevremont

Guevremont Wedding – Bottom Row Left to Right: Brendan Shea ’06; Jerome Cahill ’05; Garrett Clark ’05; William St. Martin ’05; Michael Sevigny ’05; Kayleigh Fraraccio ’05; Emily Durfee ’05; Matthew Czerkowicz ’05; Kristie Dorfman ’09; Nathan Guevremont ’09; Top Row Left to Right: Marc Blanchette ’76, Music Director; Amy Blanchette, Librarian; Ethan Guevremont ’15; Jonathan Blanchette ’15; Nicole Blanchette ’06; Mark Peloquin ’05; Michael Platek ’07; Myles Guevremont ’05 and his bride, Nicole Bibeau Guevremont; Cara Joyce ’05; Kenneth Blanchette ’05; Donna Guevremont, Business Manager; John Guevremont ’76, English Teacher; Jane Guevremont Cortellini ’79; David Guevremont ’78; Lisa Guevremont Shea ’81; Steve Shea, English Teacher; Bridget Hagan ’05; Missing from photo, Stephanie Blanchette ’09

Submit your news! Contact Gail at alumni @ mountsaintcharles.org OR https://www.mountsaintcharles.org/alumni/class_notes

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Robert Trap Yates, MSC Class of 2010, was honored by the President of Princeton University at the Princeton Opening Ceremonies with the George B. Wood Legacy Sophomore Prize. He was 1 of 7 students at the university who were recognized for their academic achievement. Trap was award with the George B. Wood Legacy Prize which is given to a member of the current junior class in acknowledgement of his/her extraordinary academic achievement during their sophomore year at Princeton. Currently, Trap lives in Sutton, Massachusetts and is a Bachelor of Arts candidate. He is majoring in Sociology and also pursuing certificates in Urban Studies, and values

and public life. Over the summer, Trap interned with Ashoka, a social entrepreneurship organization in India. Trap was part of a team that had to create a plan to make housing and home construction/ improvements affordable in India. Trap’s mom, Brenda, wrote a note to MSC telling us of this great news. She said, “I am writing this letter to first share some wonderful news from Trap Yates that reflects so beautifully on the wonderful education and preparation that Trap is pictured here amongst fellow students recognized for he received from all of their achievements. Trap is standing all the way to the right of the staff at Mount Saint the photo. Next to him, on the left, is Valerie Smith, Dean of the College. Left of Smith is Princeton President, Shirley M. Tilghman Charles Academy, and

Photo: www.providence.edu

Matthew Santos, Class of 2010, Accepted Early into Brown Medical School

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Every year, Brown University selects up to 6 RI students from Providence College, Rhode Island College, and the University of Rhode Island (with a maximum of 2 students per college) to circumvent Brown’s medical school admissions process, including the MCATs, and secure a spot in Brown’s medical school upon their college graduation. Students who are enrolled in their sophomore year are eligible to apply and be considered for this Early Identification Program at Brown. Once accepted, not only do students have to complete the

secondly to thank all of you for the incredible preparation that you gave to both our sons during their time at Mount Saint Charles Academy... we are very grateful to all of the staff at Mount who did such an amazing job to prepare both Trap and Andrew for their collegiate journey.” Congratulations Trap!

necessary prerequisite courses, but they also have to maintain a 3.0 GPA through the rest of their undergraduate careers. One of the students accepted into the program this year was MSC’s very own Mountie alumnus, Matthew Santos. Matthew has wanted to be a doctor since he was in the 4th grade, so his early acceptance into Brown’s medical school certainly fulfilled a lifelong dream. In July, he came home from a 3 week study abroad program in Copenhagen, Denmark where he took a Human Health and Disease course at the Danish Institute. This program also allowed Matthew to take a 5 day medical study tour in Berlin, Germany. Matthew is part of PC’s Liberal

Arts Program. In addition to majoring in Biology, he is also majoring in English. Congratulations Matthew!

Holiday Face Off DECEMBER 27, 28, 29 TEAMS PLAYING: Bishop Guertin HS (MA) Bishop Hendricken HS (RI) Delbarton School (NJ) Fairfield Prep (CT) LaSalle Academy (RI) LaSalle College HS (PA) Mount St. Charles Academy (RI) St. Dominic Academy (ME) St. Joseph Collegiate Institute (NY) Game Times: 12/27 & 12/28: 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm 12/29: Noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm

Design: Matt Castigliego mattcast @ cox.net

Trap Yates, Class of 2010, Presented with Prestigious Princeton Award

Photo: www.princeton.edu

alumni


Alumni Golf Tournament On Saturday, August 4th, MSC held its 24th annual alumni golf tournament at Crystal lake Golf Club. More than 120 golfers played!

New Student Orientation August 24th was a day dedicated to welcoming all of the new students and parents into our MSC family!


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UPCOMING EVENTS

President Mr. Herve E. Richer ’74

October 7: Alumni Soccer Game, Lower Field October 26, 27, 28: Faculty Play, Bell Tower Theater October 28: Royal Mountie Mass & Dinner, Chapel Hall November 21: 2012 Yearbook Party, Chapel Hall November 23: 2002 Reunion, CitySide/River Falls December 2: Lessons & Carols, Precious Blood Church December 27, 28, 29: Holiday Face Off, Br. Adelard Arena December 28: 2007 Reunion, RiRa Irish Pub, Providence February 14: Blackstone Valley Jazz Festival, The Stadium Theater April 6: Auction on the Mount, MSC Gym April 25: Senior Art Show, The Cakery in Woonsocket April 27: Excelsior Dinner/Fine Arts Hall of Fame Ceremony, Chapel Hall May 4 & 5: Choral Cabaret, Mount Saint Charles Academy May 18 & 19: Pops Concert, Mount Saint Charles Academy June 7, 8, 9: 1963 Reunion June 9: 2013 Commencement

Principal Mr. Edwin Burke

OPEN HOUSE November 4: 2-4 pm ENTRANCE EXAMS Testing Date 1: Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 8:15am Testing Date 2: Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 8:15am Testing Date 3: Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 8:15am Testing Date 4: Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 8:15am

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Board of Directors Br. Robert R. Croteau, SC Chairman of the Board Br. Mark E. Hilton, SC Br. Clifford King, SC Br. Daniel St. Jacques, SC Br. Roger Lemoyne, SC School Board Members Donna Gamache Griffiths ’90, Chair Albert P. Valliere Jr. ’65, Vice Chair Dr. Mark Andreozzi ’90 Wayne Cottle Br. Robert G. Gagne, SC John Hoyceanyls Christopher Keyes Br. Robert Lavoie, SC Kathleen McGuire Jill (Savini) Moylan ’95 Br. Roland Ouellette, SC Gerald R. Piette ’76 Alan Tenreiro ’92 Admissions Mr. Joseph O’Neill, Director 401-769-0310 x137 admissions@mountsaintcharles.org Advancement Mr. Donald M. Demers, PhD, CFRE, Director 401-769-0310 x111 demersd@mountsaintcharles.org Alumni Mrs. Gail Bryson, Director 401-769-0310 x115 alumni@mountsaintcharles.org Marketing/Communications Ms. Penny C. Federici, Director 401-769-0310 x177 federicip@mountsaintcharles.org

Mount Magazine - Fall 2012  

Mount Magazine is news and information from Mount Saint Charles Academy in Woonsocket, RI

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