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Year in review

  1. 1. The Year in Review August 2011 – August 2012
  2. 2. Hesburgh LectureOur Lecturer: FatherMichael Driscoll “MissalAlert: Preparation andImplementation of theNew Translation of theRoman Missal”
  3. 3. More than 100 people attended theevent at St. Luke’s Parish
  4. 4. Thank you to Mike Gazzerro forchairing the Hesburgh Lecture
  5. 5. Cookout at the RyansIn place of ourmonthlyluncheon, Bob &Phyllis Ryanhosted the clubfor a Sundayafternoon massand cookoutnear their ownGrotto.
  6. 6. Thank you to the Ryansfor hosting us!
  7. 7. Game Watch at the Dublin PubDozens of Irish Fansjoined us at Dublin Pub tocheer the Irish on tovictory over Purdue.
  8. 8. Touchdown Irish!
  9. 9. Thank you to AndrewRathweg for organizingthe event (and a 38-10victory)!
  10. 10. It’s a sunnyday when theIrish win!
  11. 11. Some fans cheered tothe point of exhaustion.
  12. 12. Excellence in Teaching ConferenceCarolyn Yankel and Ed Smith chair the Excellence inTeaching Committee. Thank you!
  13. 13. Excellence in Teaching ConferenceOur Club sent three teachers to the 2011 Excellencein Teaching Conference.Barbara SalukeSenior Guidance Counselor at Lehman Catholic HighSchool and AP English teacherAngela GanttHoly Angels 4th grade MathKathy BorchersAssistant Principal, Bishop Leibold School
  14. 14. Communion BreakfastWe had anotherterrific CommunionBreakfast with FatherTheising presiding.Thank you to JoeKrug who always putson a stellar event!
  15. 15. The event included a briefevacuation, but Fatherdidn’t miss a beat with hishomily!
  16. 16. Hesburgh Month of ServiceThe Notre Dame Club ofDayton celebrated FatherTed’s Birthday with threecommunity service activitiesduring the month of May:• A Meeting of the Brigade ofthe Concerned Fighting Irish• Landscaping Project at St.Vincent de Paul• Bundle Sunday Collectionfor St. Vincent de Paul
  17. 17. Thank you to Marty Foosfor organizing the effortand our champion teamof volunteers!Amy FoosMarty FoosNatalie FoosMike GazzerroCathy HollkampJoe HollkampHealy JacksonBeth LingCaroline LingKatie LingChris RobertsJackie RobertsRon Zlotnik
  18. 18. The champion donut-eating team!
  19. 19. Bundle SundayThank you to Karen Coffee for chairing our BundleSunday efforts once again.A team of volunteers manned the St. Vincent dePaul truck during all masses at Incarnation onMay 5/6Joe Krug (4 shifts!) Tom ReganBob Mitsch Dillon ReganBernadette Mitsch Kaitlin ReganKaren Coffee (2 shifts!) Ron ZlotnikShannon Coffee Jamie LingShannon Owsley Giles NolanBill Siewe Michael Krug
  20. 20. UND NightWe were thrilled to welcomefootball legend ReggieBrooks for our UND Night.Pictured here with hisdaughter Rayna.
  21. 21. Summer Service Learning ProjectThank you to John andCarolyn Krug for coordinatingour Summer ServiceLearning Project Students!We hosted two young ladiesfrom Notre Dame:• Emily Flores worked atDaybreak• Rachel Krejchi worked atthe Life Resource Center
  22. 22. ScholarshipsThis year the Dayton Area boasts 17 admits and 13 ofthese students have committed to attend Notre Damein the fall. Our highest percentage ever!Thank you to Ray Lane for chairing the committee.Kevin Britt, Katie Wahl, Buzz Deck, Joe Krug andBeth Ling also serve on the committee.
  23. 23. For the 2012-2013 School Year, the NotreDame Club of Dayton has provided$54,250 in aid to 30 differentstudents from the Dayton area.
  24. 24. The Scholarship Fund for the Notre DameClub of Dayton has a market value of$1,056,000.
  25. 25. Monthly LunchesOur faithful crew of Irish Lunch Bunchers met at thenewly re-opened Neil’s Heritage House.We meet the4th Thursday ofevery month(exceptNovember andDecember), sodrop in if youcan.
  26. 26. Brigade of the Concerned Fighting Irish Modeled on a group called the “100 Women Who Care,” the Brigade meets four times a year. Each member of the group brings a blank check for $100 and the group meets to select a cause. The focus is on fulfilling local needs with direct contributions.
  27. 27. Donated $13,750 this year!
  28. 28. Recent ContributionsAug 2011$3850Sgt Brian Dulle FamilyHelp for wife and 3 children of Warren County Deputy killed in the line of duty.Nov 2011$2800Ronald McDonald HouseFamily lodging next to Dayton Children’s Hospital.Feb 2012$3400Hannah’s Treasure ChestClothing, furniture, toys, books for needy children of Miami Valley.May 2012$3700Oasis HouseProgram that helps rehabilitate women who have been victims of sex trafficking and those who have been involved inlives of sex for hire.
  29. 29. Freshman Send OffThank you to Boband BernadetteMitsch for hostingthe Class of 2016at their home forthe FreshmanSend Off!
  30. 30. The incoming freshmen performing the NotreDame Victory March
  31. 31. A team of sophomores came to answer questions(and teach the words of the Victory March)
  32. 32. Notre Dame Information NightBuzz Deck took the leadas the chair of theAlumni SchoolsCommittee , spreadingthe word about NotreDame at college fairsand planning a NotreDame Information Nightfor area high schoolstudents.
  33. 33. Award-Winning ClubThe Notre Dame Club of Dayton was once againrecognized as one of the top clubs in the nation bythe Alumni Association with a Program of ExcellenceDesignation and a Special Citation Award.The Notre Dame Club of Dayton has received the followingrecognitions over the last 20 years:Program of Excellence92,93,96,97,99,00,01,02,03,04,05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11Special Citation96,97,99,00,01,02,03, 04,05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11Outstanding Club97, 01, 05
  34. 34. Thank you for your supportof the Notre Dame Club ofDayton and the Universityof Notre Dame.
  35. 35. Go Irish!
  36. 36. Upcoming EventsAugust 23Monthly Club Luncheon at Dayton Country ClubSeptember 30Mass and Club Cookout at Bob & Phyllis Ryan’s Home(in lieu of September Lunch)October 25Hesburgh Lecture on “Why Catholic Schools Matter” at Incarnation Church(Dinner preceding will take place of the October lunch)NovemberGame Watch TBD (once TV times are confirmed)