Oct. 29, 2017 – West Bend, WI – There is going to be a party in West Bend today, Sunday, Oct. 29 and it will include a trip down memory lane for former and present students, parents, teachers, and administrators of St. Frances Cabrini School.
Sixty years of education is an accomplishment. SFC Alumni & Development Coordinator Kristin Bayer described the purpose of the anniversary celebration. “We’re excited to share where the school is today, while remembering all those who helped get it to this point over the past 60 years,” said Bayer. “It’s a great chance for our parishioners, families, and the community to come together and see how far we’ve come.”
The celebration will begin at 10 a.m. with a Mass celebrated by former pastor Bishop Jeffrey Haines. Visiting guests include former principals Sr. Jean Hasenberg and Janice Stauske, former and current teachers, including Sr. Jolene Heiden and Sr. MaryAnn Kempa.
At 2 p.m. the Memory Quilt created by school and parish families will be revealed and the first-ever Alumni Awards will be presented.
Everyone is invited and welcome.
***There are still a few spaces open for Bean Bag Tournament teams. $20 per couple entry fee includes lunch.
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