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New Board Invigorates Albany Society

June 13, 2005

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    Norm Glenn ’55, a member of the 1955 Golden Reunion planning committee, delights the crowd during the Albany Society Breakfast, held May 15.
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    Lorraine Dimoff Mattos ’55 reminisces about the Lewis & Clark of 50 years ago.

The Albany Society recently elected a board of directors under the leadership of Pat Hibbard ’52. Under this new leadership, the board is looking to increase connections with the College through events, communications, and volunteer activities geared specifically to the Albany Society.

The Albany Society is an honorary organization of alumni who graduated from Lewis & Clark College 50 or more years ago. The society name honors Albany Collegiate Institute, the original name of Lewis & Clark College.

During the week of October 10, the group will kick off Albany Week, a series of activities for Albany Society members to interact with students and offer career advice. The week culminates in a social reception on Thursday, October 13.

To participate in Albany Week—or for more information about the Albany Society generally—contact Alumni and Parent Programs at 503-768-7950 (toll free 800-753-9292), or e-mail

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