The Best of the Best
March 17 5:00-7:00pm
Enjoy the Food Truck and walk through the Art Gallery in the Theatre Foyer and see the beautiful artwork that students have created this year. The Art Opening is free to all with desserts served by the Patrons of the Arts. Come meet the artists. Chandos Taco Truck will be serving in front of the theatre.
St. Francis Alumnae Kaitlyn Cousins ’13 (Michigan) and Maggie Oys ’16 (Santa Clara) played in the 2017 Wolverine Invitational this past weekend in Ann Arbor. The tournament also included Pacific and Brinnley Barthels ’15. Oys scored twice against Michigan in the finale of the event.
Alumnae News: Alumna Madison Carnahan ’16 participated in the University of Kentucky’s 24-Hour dance marathon raising money for pediatric oncology research at the University of Kentucky’s children’s hospital and Markey Cancer center.
She competed for 24 hours straight for Kappa Alpha Theta’s team and was among the top 40 fundraisers out of 954 dancers.
The All-Alumnae Reunion will be taking place June 24-26, 2016 and we need your help to make it the best weekend ever!
We are currently putting together a committee to help plan the All-Alumnae Reunion. Meetings will start in November and will meet once a month. As the event date gets closer the committee will meet weekly.
Along with celebrating our 75th Anniversary, we want to stay connected with you, our Alumnae. We have developed a Class Representative program for individuals or a group of classmates to become a liaison between their class and St. Francis.
Kristi is an attorney and works as a lobbyist for Arnold & Associates, a family owned legislative advocacy and consulting firm. She specializes in issues relating to local government, health care and water. Prior to getting her law degree from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, Kristi earned her Biology degree from UCLA. At UCLA Kristi was a member of Kappa Delta sorority.
Kat Haro is a communications professional specializing in online media. She brings a unique range of experience to the St. Francis Alumnae Board ranging including event planning, community outreach and social media strategy. Kat is currently the Interactive Media Manager at Runyon Saltzman & Einhorn, a full-service advertising and public relations agency in Sacramento.
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