Another Successful Reunion Event in the Books!
Hugging and laughing were the two most-seen emotions exhibited by members of various classes of the Immaculata all-school reunion on October 8. Many came from great distances while others came from “across town” to reminisce and catch up with each other’s lives. Joined together by common bonds, these alumnae came together over a wonderful luncheon at the Columbia Country Club, where minutes of chatting became hours of remembering teachers, school mates and fun times at Immaculata.
We will be posting information here for next year’s reunion so check back often. In the meantime, for more information, contact Tina McManus Harrington (Class of 1983) by phone at 202-244-4805 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Trish Godel Gray (Class of 1965) by mail at 62573 Spring Creek Rd., Montrose, Colo., 81403-7934, or by phone at 970-249-8725 or email her at email@example.com.
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Connie Gualano is the alumnae/i relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. You may reach her at 812-535-2811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
History of Immaculata and Dunblane
In 1905, at the request of the pastor of St. Ann Church in Washington, D.C., the Sisters of Providence bought property and opened what was first called Immaculata Seminary, including elementary, secondary and postgraduate programs.
The college closed in 1978, with the elementary and high schools closing in 1986.
Until 1965, the high school was called Immaculata High School. In 1965, the name was changed to Immaculata Preparatory.
Read more about Immaculata’s history here.