In the Next Issue: The Crusader
The next issue of The Crusader, originally scheduled to be published this month, will now be published in late August.
The publication delay will permit the inclusion of several articles about well-attended and exciting Alumni events which have occurred in recent weeks.
These include Alumni Drama, the Alumni Golf Tournament, the 25th Reunion of the Class of 1984 and Alumni Chapter Meetings in Toronto and Ottawa.
It will also permit the celebration of the Class of 2009, the latest St Paul’s students to join the ranks of alumni.
Things to look for in this issue:
Nick Laping ’61 (1942-2009)
As an alumnus, teacher, coach, mentor and major Crusader sports enthusiast, Nick Laping served the school in many ways and the school benefitted tremendously from his contributions. His fellow alumni, teachers and friends share their memories of Nick.
News and Events
Raed Joundi ’04 becomes St Paul’s 3rd Rhodes Scholar in 5 years; Wes Bauer ’07 rides across Canada in the Chase for the Cure; Daniel Oberton ’10 wins third straight chess title; St Paul’s Concert Bands excel in Brandon; Debaters and Reach for the Top head off to national competitions.
At a sold out 2008 Ignatian Challenge Award Tribute Dinner last fall more than 950 alumni, parents, friends and family gathered to celebrate the many contributions of Mr Hubert Kleysen to the development of industry and community in the city of Winnipeg and beyond.
The strong relationship between the Italian-Canadian community of Winnipeg and St Paul’s was celebrated at the Sons of Italy Gala Dinner where the St Paul’s Bursary Fund was the beneficiary of a $50,000 contribution in support of students who might not otherwise be able to attend St Paul’s.
Crusader Basketball Champions
Grade 9 Crusaders take St Paul’s first ever basketball provincial championship; Varsity makes it to the final four; Crusader Hockey, X-Country and Wrestling teams repeat as champions.
The Crusader will arrive in your mailbox during the last week of August.
June 29, 2009 at 10:34am