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Welcome, Alumnae!


Class of 64 1Welcome to all Trinity Alumnae returning for reunion this weekend!  Special greetings and congratulations to the Class of 1964!  The Reds of ’64 assembled in the photo above for their Courtyard Sing on Cap & Gown Sunday in 1963 — and they have been a robust and energetic chorus in all the years since.  We can’t wait to see you!

class of 64 3Reunion Weekend is always a great time to renew friendships and catch up on so many life stories.  One of the most remarkable things about reunion is the way in which alumnae discover that the years melt away quickly, threads of old conversations resume as if no breaks ever occurred.  The devotion of Trinity alumnae to each other and to alma mater is truly remarkable.

ss11132009p01phb.img_assist_custom-500x150The Red Class of 1904 started it all.  They were true pioneers!  110 years later, let’s remember and thank them on this Reunion Weekend.  They invented so many of the traditions we continue today, but most important, they created the first ideas about supporting future generations of Trinity students.

class of 04A member of the Class of 1904, Marie Rotterman, left a remarkable trust that continues to provide scholarships and support for Trinity students today.  A member of the Class of 1949, Millie Hubler, is one of the trustees of the Rotterman Trust and we will be pleased to celebrate reunion with her this weekend.

1934We remember all alumnae from all classes down through the years as we gather with the “4” and “9” classes this weekend to celebrate the best of Trinity!

194469 sing 1class of 64 officers (Large)

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