crowd of approximately 175 people -- including Prep alumni,
some former faculty members, staff and guests -- attended
the Prep Reunion on September 13, 2003.
The day began with the choice of a tour
of either the site of the former Prep School in Worcester's
Greendale neighborhood or the new 63,000 square-foot Science
Center, which opened for classes just two weeks prior.
A talk titled "Remembrances of the
1953 Tornado," was given by Bro. Armand Lemaire, A.A.
'48 and History Professor Ken Moynihan AP'62, in the Marriott
Room of Taylor Dining Hall, followed by Mass, celebrated in
the Chapel of the Holy Spirit by Rev. Donat Lamothe, A.A.
At dinner in Hagan Hall, the featured guest
speaker was former English teacher Ed Powers. He spoke about
the importance of reunions and
of the need to be a giving person.
Memories of the 1953 Tornado were shared,
as well as recollections of the highly successful 1958 basketball
team, featuring 1st team High School All-American Jack "The
Shot" Foley AP'58, Dr. Dave Connors AP'58, and Dr. Peter
Special thanks to the planning committee
trio of Joe Simoneau AP'60, Charlie Bibaud AP'51, and Fr.
Claude Grenache, A.A. AP'55, who pulled off another successful
and memorable Prep Reunion.
The Class of 1948 celebrated its 55th Reunion.
A large group from the Class of '53 attended their Golden
Fr. Donald Espinosa, A.A. AP'60 addresses the crowd at the
(l-r) Dr. Peter Deckers AP'58, Jack "The Shot" Foley
Dr. Dave Connors AP'58 starred on the 1958 basketball team.
The Class of '58 celebrated its 45th Reunion.
Celebrating its 40th Reunion was the Class of '63.
The Class of '68 celebrated its 35th reunion.