Class of 2003

 

CLSC Class of 2003 Notes for 2016 

The Class of 2003 celebrated Recognition Day, 2016, with our annual breakfast meeting hosted by Anita and Sid Holec on August 3rd. Twelve class members attended. Several members contributed to a delicious breakfast, which was followed by a brief business meeting chaired by Sallie Holder, our current president. Once again, we decided to continue our annual White Gift of $200.03 to be used to fund the band for the Great American Picnic. We also agreed to Buy a Brick saying 2003 CLSC class with the CLSC logo for $110. We then welcomed the Recognition Day band as they marched down the Brick Walk towards the parade. Class of 2003 members marched behind our 2003 banner to the Hall of Philosophy for the 2016 CLSC class graduation.

All members are encouraged to register their CLSC readings with the Veranda to qualify for Guild of Seven Seals. We are proud of our many members who are acquiring several of the Seven Seals, and encourage more to advance.

Please remember to support our 2003 Class funds by contributing your class dues of $10/year made out to CLSC Alumni Association.  Mail to:
CLSC Alumni Association, Box 1034, Chautauqua, NY 14722.

We also remind you of other CLSC dues and memberships and address changes:
*Alumni Assn Life Membership fee of $75 insures that you will
receive the Alumni Association yearly newsletter

*Annual Alumni Assn dues are $6/year

*Annual Guild of Seven Seals dues are $3/year

It is very important that you include the specific amounts of each dues on the memo line of your check.

This summer all Class of 2003 members and guests are encouraged to attend our 2017 annual breakfast meeting at Anita Holec’s porch, 27 Vincent, on Wednesday, August 2nd at 7:45 a.m. We would like to recognize our class members who have received seals from the Guild of Seven Seals, so please try to attend this special breakfast meeting. Remember to wear your shirts and scarves as we will march under our banner in the Recognition Day parade. Watch for further details in The Chautauqua Daily.