18 Mar 2013

CHS Alumni Association Hosts Annual Alumni Fellowship Breakfast

Catholic High School hosted its annual Alumni Fellowship Breakfast on Friday, March 15, 2013 from 7:30 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. in the Catholic High School Union catered by Piccadilly Restaurants. Guests included CHS alumni, wives, friends of CHS, members of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and members of the Catholic High faculty and staff.

The Honorable Jay Dardenne, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Louisiana, served as keynote speaker for the event.  Sam Losavio í´66, current president of the CHS Alumni Association Board of Directors, served as the master of ceremonies. 

The chairman for this yearí´s event were Ken Litz í´75 and Jonathan Booth í´01. Glen Randow, director of alumni relations, Barbara Camp, associate director of alumni relations, and members of the alumni association board assisted with the event.

íÍAnother special event put together by the Catholic High Alumni Association. It was motivational to listen to Louisiana’s Lieutenant Governor, Jay Dardenne, speak on what fellowship means to him and what the power of prayer can do for us all.  As he spoke about words to live each day by, I could not help but reflect that we all owe it ourselves and others to build the bonds that tie us together as alumni and friends of Catholic High, to the community of Baton Rouge and to the State of Louisiana,íñ commented Mark T. Emonet, class of 1987 and president-elect of the CHS Alumni Board of Directors.