Alumni Reconnect over GSB Alumni Reunion Weekend

Under blue skies with a hint of spring, the GSB Alumni Office successfully hosted the annual GSB Alumni Reunion Weekend on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30.

Alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and family kicked off the event with a 50th Reunion Luncheon on Friday, April 29, that celebrated alumni from the classes of 1970-1972. The day began with a tour of our bucolic campus and Home Winds Farm and was capped off with remarks and the presentation of medallions from Head of School Sid Rowell.

Individuals who hadn’t been back to GSB in years were awed by the beautiful enhancements and expansion of our campus, and the stories bantered back and forth over the gourmet spread by Black River Catering were a highlight of the day. The lovely afternoon spent together created yet another historic memory for the group.

Saturday, April 30th, featured the Alumni Reunion Reception hosted at the Pilsener Haus Biergarten in Hoboken. Attendees at the event represented over 40 different graduation years. The fifty-plus guests in attendance enjoyed the company of current and former faculty and staff, looking through memorabilia such as year books and older GSB Magazines, and fun GSB swag to take home.

The evening concluded with remarks from Head of School Sid Rowell, Director of Alumni Relations Joe McDonald and Alumni Council President Sean Johnson ’08 on ways to get involved and to stay up to date on all GSB events and stories!

Please check out the gallery for festive photos from the weekend and stay tuned for next month’s alumni newsletter that will feature more upcoming events!

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