Notre Dame Club
2009 Charles F. Lennon, Jr. Award Recipient
BIMONTHLY NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2012
2012 Membership Drive
Looking for a local
If we receive your dues before January 31st, your name will automatically ND Service Provider?
be entered into the Membership Lottery for a pair of tickets to a
2012 ND home football game (Game TBD). The club has developed an on-line
directory of local ND service providers
You should have already received your 2012 Membership Letter and 2012 Dues Form in
(at www.ndmn.org). If you are a
the mail! We invite you to renew your membership or to become a new dues-paying
service provider and would like to be
member of the club and to get involved.
included in an on-line service provider
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the mission, spirit and name of directory, please pay your dues and
the University of Notre Dame within our community, and your annual support has made include a business card with your dues
us one of the premier alumni clubs in the country and the 2009 Charles F. Lennon, Fr. form. If you pay on-line, include your
Award winner! contact information in the Comments
Section of the order form.
The Club Officers and Board want to express our appreciation for the way you keep
coming through with your annual dues contributions. In 2011, the club had over 550 Did You Know? Donations made to
dues-paying members, and we contributed over $22,000 to the clubs scholarships and the University before 6/1/12 and
programs. Your continued support will help us provide more Social Events, Educational designated for one of four club
Opportunities, Social Concerns Projects and Programs for our MN students. Plus, you programs count toward meeting your
can continue to count on the bimonthly newsletters, the Club website with email minimum donation required to be
communications and the annual football ticket lottery. eligible for the ND alumni football
ticket lottery and enter you into a
So, please join us today. You can pay your dues on-line at www.ndmn.org or via your lottery for a pair of 2012 ND tickets
2012 Dues Form. Questions? Contact Ellie Kuhns at 763-478-3226 or at (TBD). See page 6 for more details.
IT IS TIME TO VOTE!
For ND Alumni Association Board of Directors
It’s time to cast your ballot in the 2012 election for the Notre Dame Alumni Association’s
Three of your fellow MN Board of Directors. One third of the board positions are up for election this year, including six
Alums are on the Ballot Regional Directors and one Young Alumni Director.
See Page 7 for More Details. Why Vote? The Board of Directors plays an important role in communicating alumni views
and opinions to the University administration and in setting strategic direction for the Alumni
Meet the Candidates: View candidate biographies and statements at myNotreDame.nd.edu/candidates (and see page 7).
Voting Process: Voting will be open until Feb. 23, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. ET. There are two ways to vote: 1) Electronically: log on
to myNotreDame.nd.edu/vote. 2) Paper Ballot: if you would like a paper ballot, please call the Alumni Association at 574-631-6000.
Remember: You can vote for all of the positions, regardless of where you live or your class year. The Alumni Board members
are elected at large by the entire alumni body.
The board represents you, so please be sure to vote! Questions? Contact email@example.com or 574-631-1579.
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This Issue Is Organized by Our 6 C’s – Camaraderie, Professional Networking
Catholic Spirituality, Communications, Community After last fall's successful ND Women Connect Professional
Service, Continuing Education, and Current Student Networking event at Kieran's in Minneapolis co-hosted with
Support. Enjoy! the Club and organized by Jennifer Geelan, we will be
planning another joint networking event in May. Watch your
ND WOMEN CONNECT Annual Brunch
We have a wonderful year ahead for ND Women Our ND Women Connect Annual Brunch will be held again
Connect and hope you will consider joining us for some in the fall, organized by Angie North and Michelle
upcoming events. Burke. With fashion as a recurring theme for the year, we will
encourage ND Women to wear old t-shirts from their "era" at
ND Women Connect Fitness & Fashion Event
Wednesday, February 29th at 7:30 pm GOLDEN DOMERS
Athleta – 5001 France Avenue South, Edina Monthly Luncheons
We are extremely excited about the ND Women Connect Our more ‘seasoned’ alums are invited to join fellow MN
Fitness & Fashion Event which will be held on Wednesday, Golden Domers on the 1st Monday of each month for lunch.
February 29 at 7:30 pm. Join us for light appetizers and wine Details:
at Athleta in Edina while we peruse fashions for all sizes When: Monday, February 6th
modeled by our very own ND Women. Come early or stay (1st Monday of each month)
later to try on the product yourself. There will be plenty of Time: 11:30 am
time to mingle, shop and celebrate our connection as ND Where: The Lexington Restaurant
Women and Athleta’s “Power to the She” attitude! If you 1096 Grand Avenue, St. Paul 55105
would like to help organize or participate in the fashion show, 651-222-5878
please let contact Angie North (firstname.lastname@example.org or 612- Questions: Contact Leo Collins (email@example.com)
Book Club The club will be contacting our MN Golden Domers this
The ND Women Connect Book Club is going strong and spring via mail, email and/or phone. The goal is to survey our
continues to meet on the first Wednesday of even-numbered senior alums to learn what you want from the club. So, watch
months at Pinstripes in Edina (3849 Gallagher Drive). The your mailboxes – we are looking forward to your feedback!
next meeting is: Questions? Contact Leo Collins at 763-473-9603 or
When: Wednesday, February 1st firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 7:00 pm
Book: “The Kitchen House” by Kathleen Grissom YOUNG ALUMS
Party Bus: On December 10, we hosted a Young Alum
Wednesday, April 11th Party Bus/Pub Crawl along with a sock drive to benefit the
"The Power of One" by Bryce Courtenay Dorothy Day Center. With 20 participants, we visited 6
Wednesday, June 6th different locations around the Twin Cities over the course of
"The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to the evening, and were able to collect over 100 pairs of men's,
Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read women's and children's socks. Thanks to all those who
Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun" by Gretchen Rubin participated!
Wednesday, August 1st
Young Alum News:
"The Madonnas of Leningrad" by Debra Dean
The young alumni network is here to help create that "Notre
Want to join the book club? Have Questions? Please contact Dame Family" atmosphere in the Twin Cities that we all grew
Angie North (email@example.com or 612-991-9972). to love while at Notre Dame.
Service If you are interested in getting involved or finding out more
ND women of all ages - including future Domers and current about the club’s Young Alumni activities, please contact Zach
students - came together at Feed My Starving Children in Reuvers (’11) or Lizzie Schwegman (’11) at
Eagan in 2011 to pack meals for hungry children. Join us in firstname.lastname@example.org
February and help create community through service – all
alumni, friends and family are welcome! New to the Twin Cities? The club has a “Welcome to
Minnesota” packet on the club website (www.ndmn.org). The
Date: Saturday, February 25 document has helpful information about neighborhoods,
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am shopping, things to do, etc. to help get you started in the Twin
Where: Eagan Location Cities.
To volunteer, please contact Bridget Zappa at 612.743.5642 or
NOTRE DAME NIGHT WITH THE You can follow the club on
MINNESOTA SWARM Facebook: Group: Notre Dame Club of Minnesota
April 2012 LinkedIn: Notre Dame Club of Minnesota
Watch your email for event details! Email: email@example.com
UND NIGHT 2012 Region 4 Meeting: The Region 4 clubs, led by Region 4
This year our club is pleased to welcome Mr. Dennis Brown Director, Jim Tyler, met in December 2011. The group,
as our guest speaker. Mr. Brown is the University’s chief joined by Mike Brown from the Alumni Association, shared
spokesman and assistant vice president for news and ideas and best practices. We also received updates from
information. A member of the news information staff since various affinity groups. It was a very informative day.
1991, he speaks on behalf of the University and directs the
daily operation of the Notre Dame news office, which includes
six writers and editors, who produce more than 500 news CATHOLIC SPIRITUALITY
release and video stories annually.
Mass & Spirituality Discussion:
Watch for More Event Details! When: February 5th
What: 11:30 am Mass at the Basilica – pews have been
GOLF SEASON IS COMING reserved for club members
(Believe it or not)!! Followed by a viewing and a discussion of
With mountains of snow and near-zero temperatures it is time Archbishop Dolan’s lecture in the Theresa of
to start thinking warm thoughts. That’s right, it’s time to start Calcutta room.
thinking about GOLF! Specifically, the 20th annual Notre
Dame Club of Minnesota Scholarship Challenge golf Background: In December, Archbishop Timothy Dolan was
tournament. Proceeds from the Tournament go to the Club’s invited to speak on campus to kick off the Notre Dame Project
Page Scholarship for students of color from Minnesota on Human Dignity. His lecture is entitled, "Modern
attending Notre Dame. The Club is currently providing Page Questions, Ancient Answers? Defining and Defending Human
Scholarships to seven students. Dignity in Our Time."
The Tournament Committee is already hard at work to make Please feel free to join us for all or part of this event.
the 2012 Tournament the best yet. Watch for updates via the Questions: Contact Laura Nilan or Meghan Lawless at
Club’s broadcast e-mail, the Club’s website, future newsletter firstname.lastname@example.org
issues, and the Tournament mailing for more information in
the weeks to come. Organ Recital at St. Olaf Catholic Church
Join the club as we participate in St. Olaf’s Worship and
We need your help. If you are interested in helping with Sacred Music Series. Dr. Craig Cramer, Professor of
organizing this year’s tournament, would like to be a sponsor, Organ and Artist in Residence at the University of Notre
or would like to donate a prize please call John Greer at (w) Dame, will be the guest organist for the evening.
952-832-2691 or (h) 612-920-9285 or contact John via email
at email@example.com. When: Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 7:00 pm
Time: Mass at 4:00 pm
TWINS GAME Dinner at 5:00 pm
Save the Date - July 18, 2012 Recital at 7:00 pm
The club has purchased a block of tickets in Twins Stadium on Where: St. Olaf Catholic Church (215 South 8th Street,
Wednesday, July 18th. Cheer on the Twins as they host the Minneapolis, MN 55402 (612-332-7471)
Orioles. Watch your email and future newsletters for more
information. Dr. Craig Cramer is Professor of Organ and Artist in
Residence at the University of Notre Dame. He also serves as
ND HOCKEY organist at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church in Elkhart,
Over 250 alumni, friends and family cheered on the Irish as Indiana. Dr. Cramer will perform an eclectic program
they beat the Gophers on 1/7/12! Thanks to Pat Reis for his including music by J. S. Bach, the monumental set of
tireless efforts to make the weekend festivities a success! variations by Auguste Fauchard, Le Mystère de Noël, and
Introduction, Scherzo, and Fugue on B-E-A-T-E by Toni
Zahnbrecher of Munich, Germany. “Throughout, Dr. Cramer’s
COMMUNICATIONS playing is immaculate, eminently musical, with an innate
Newsletter sense of tempo, phrasing and style.” – The American Organist.
Did You Know? The club newsletter is issued bimonthly. Freewill offering will be taken.
The January issue of the newsletter is sent to all MN alumni –
about 2450 of you. The other issues are only sent to dues- If you are interested in helping out with mass please contact
paying members – so, make sure to pay your dues. Meghan Lawless or Laura Nilan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2011 Children’s Christmas Party
On behalf of Centro (centromn.org) and the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota, I
want to thank you for your efforts to make the 2011 Christmas Party for
Centro the largest ever! Your generous donations and the 140 volunteers
enabled us to help 15% more families than last year.
This year you helped 900 people have a fun Christmas memory that will last
well beyond 2011. On Friday, you packed 1500 toys into bags to be handed out
by Santa. On Saturday, our Notre Dame volunteers helped children at fourteen
different craft stations while our own clown and Santa Claus amazed the
children. The seniors at Centro put on two beautiful pastorela performances.
One of my favorite quotes this year came from a face painter who said, "these
kids are so nice, hundreds of respectful kids and they are all just chill."
I wish each of you a blessed 2012!
Mark Zoia (’92)
Christmas Party Coordinator
Dorothy Day Breakfast Program
Sock Drive a Success!
Thanks to the efforts of Madden Zappa, a "regular" at Notre Dame Club of Minnesota's
monthly Dorothy Day breakfast and a junior at the Academy of Holy Angels and her mom
Bridget Zappa (’92), over 1200 pairs of socks were collected. Nearly 200 pairs of socks were
distributed to Dorothy Day clients at the December Dorothy Day breakfast. And, another several
hundred pairs were put into gift bags for the Christmas party.
If you would like to sponsor a breakfast, give a donation or volunteer at the Dorothy Day
Breakfast, please contact Ron Leung (W) 612-335-1960 or (H) 952-921-0463 or
Note: With the cost of breakfast items rising and the number of clients being served increasing,
we are always looking for additional contributions.
Feed My Starving Children The Excellence in Teaching conference allowed me to
(see page 2 for complete article) experience two amazing and inspiring speakers, Doctor
Date: Saturday, February 25 Adolph Brown III and his former third grade teacher, Susan K.
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am Tolley. I didn’t notice the hours passing. They were not only
Where: Eagan Location brilliant, but approachable, funny and kind, not unlike a few of
To Volunteer: Contact Bridget Zappa at 612.743.5642 or my Notre Dame professors! They focused on the importance
email@example.com. of building relationships and making connections with
students through “real talk”, honesty and keeping curriculum
relevant and accessible. It was an incredible two days,
Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners completely reenergizing me and reinforcing the dedication and
Another Volunteer Opportunity! passion I have for my profession. A million thanks—and GO
Leo Collins is organizing a ND volunteer group to help at IRISH!
Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners in Plymouth,
MN. Please contact him (at 763-473-9603 or
firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in volunteering. CURRENT STUDENTS
Note: There is a short training program involved
Interested in Hiring an ND Student for an
Internship or Full-time Position?
Our Club has partnered with the Career Center on campus to
Notre Dame Professor to be Featured at Sunday help ND students find internships and full-time jobs via the
Night Live (SNL) at the Basilica of Saint Mary Alumni Club Internship Program.
Sunday, April 15, 7:30 p.m.
The Club will have two resume books – students looking
Peter Kilpatrick, Ph.D., Matthew H. McCloskey Dean, for 2012 summer internships and students looking for full-
College of Engineering, will speak on “Beauty: The Nature of time employment in May 2012. If you are interested in
Discovery in Science and Technology and the Role of the receiving a copy of the resume books to assist in your hiring
Beautiful in Our Ascendance to God” on Sunday, April 15, needs, please contact Ellie Kuhns at email@example.com or 763-
2012. The lecture will begin at 7:30 p.m., immediately 478-3226.
following 6:30 Mass at the Basilica of Saint Mary. The
lecture is free and open to the public. We hope you find this program helpful as you search for ND
students to fill your hiring needs!
In his lecture, he will focus on how beauty and radiant form
play a key role in enabling scientific researchers to discover URBAN PLUNGE COMES TO THE TWIN CITIES
new knowledge. This same quality of creation is what leads us
to God, and what enables us to achieve the prayer and Thanks to the efforts of Jack Neis (’63), ND students are
contemplation that will be our eternal destiny. currently experiencing Urban Plunge here in MN. The
program is coordinated by St. Stephen’s Human Services.
Sponsored by the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota in
cooperation with the Basilica of Saint Mary, Dean Kilpatrick’s The objective of the plunge is to demonstrate the problems of
lecture is a presentation of the Notre Dame Alumni homelessness, to show some of the things that are being done
Association’s Hesburgh Alumni Lecture Series. to try to solve the problem in the Twin Cities, and to discuss
the experience. The group will end their 48 hours with Notre
For more information, please call Troy Androli (’05) at Dame alums at a Dorothy Day breakfast on Saturday morning.
This is the fourth year that the Minnesota ND Club has offered
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING CONFERENCE: this program. In 2009, five students participated, in 2010,
In October 2011, the club sponsored Margaret Laboe (’95) to eight students experienced the plunge and ten students
attend the annual Excellence in Teaching Conference. She participated in 2011.
writes, Make sure to read all about this year’s plunge in the
“I would like to sincerely thank the Notre Dame Alumni club March newsletter!
of Minnesota for sponsoring me to attend the Excellence in
ALUMNI SCHOOLS COMMITTEE
Teaching Conference on campus in October. After 14 years of
teaching, I was ready, willing and able to accept this amazing Volunteers Needed
opportunity. For one thing, it gave this alumna the chance to If you are interested in assisting with our Alumni Schools
visit the campus for a few quiet days during Fall Break, go on Committee activities to support and recruit prospective
an official tour to see and hear about the new campus students, please contact Pat Reis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
buildings and future constructions, as well as listen to several The Committee especially needs young alumni volunteers and
stories of ND lore that I had never heard or had forgotten parents of current students, although all volunteers are
about! I loved being able to talk to the current students and welcome and needed. We call newly admitted students and
ask about how the goings-on have changed or stayed the their parents, host receptions for newly admitted students and
same. Ah, the memories of Lyons Hall! Obviously, I would parents, host a breakfast for area high school college
have been quite happy with just a quick visit to campus! counselors, and attend area high school college fairs.
SUMMER SERVICE PROJECT 2012 GENERAL CLUB NEWS
Plans are in the works!
Cars with Heart
We have committed to sponsoring two Summer Service Donate Your Vehicle to the Club!
Interns this summer! And, we need your help - Remember, you can donate your car, boat, snowmobile or
anything else you can travel in to the Club. If you or someone
First, we need support for our interns. you know has a vehicle to donate or you would like additional
If you are interested in mentoring a student, providing housing information, please call the Club at 763-478-3226. Since the
for the summer, fixing a home-cooked meal or showing start of this program, the Club has received six vehicle
him/her around the Twin Cities, please contact the Ellie Kuhns donations and collected over $3500.00!
at email@example.com or at 763-478-3226.
Secondly, we are looking for additional funding for the
program. The cost of sponsoring one intern is currently Another Chance to Win ND Football Tickets
$2500.00. There are two ways to make a donation: While Helping the Club:
1. Send your check, made payable to the ND Club of MN,
2012 Donations to the University
to: ND Club of MN, 18305 46th Avenue North, Plymouth,
MN 55446. Please write “SSLP” in the memo line. Or Making a donation to the University this year? Consider
donate on-line at www.ndmn.org. earmarking your contribution to either the:
1. ND Club of MN - Minnesota Scholarship Fund,
2. Earmark your donation to the University to the Summer 2. ND Club of MN - Page Scholarship Fund,
Service Program - make your check payable to the
3. ND Club of MN - Summer Service Learning Program
University of Notre Dame and write MN SSLP in the memo
4. ND Club of MN - Excellence in Teaching Conference
line. Send your check to the University of Notre Dame,
Department of Development, 1100 Grace Hall, Notre Dame, All donations to the University designated for any one of these
IN 46556. programs will count toward meeting your minimum
donation required to be eligible for the ND alumni football
Note: All donations to the Summer Service Learning ticket lottery and will help the club. For more information,
Program count toward meeting your minimum donation please contact the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Club
required to be eligible for the ND alumni football ticket website at www.ndmn.org.
And, earmark your annual gift to the University between
Want to know more about the Summer Service Internship November 1, 2011 and June 1, 2012, and your name will be
Program? Contact the Club at email@example.com or at 763-478- entered into a lottery for a pair of tickets to a 2012 ND
3226. Football game (TBD). If you give your gift directly to the
University, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to let the club know
that you made a contribution.
Club Apparel is Available
The Club now offers great apparel with the Club Logo – women’s polos, navy t-shirts, gray sweatshirts, backpacks. All
of the apparel can be purchased on the club website: www.ndmn.org
Navy t-shirt Grey Sweatshirt Women’s Polo Women’s ¼-Zip Backpack
$15.00 $25.00 $41.00 $39.00 $69.00
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS - ELECTIONS
Who Are Our MN Candidates?
For Region 4 (MN, ND, SD, WI)
Tim O'Neill ’94 Rebecca (Davis) Paulsen ’90
President Vice President, Sr. State Tax
The O'Neill Brothers/Shamrock- Director
n-Roll, Inc. US Bank, NA
Minneapolis, MN Baldwin, WI
As president of the O’Neill Paulsen has worked in the finance
Brothers, O’Neill has sold more industry for more than two
than 10 million albums of piano decades, starting at Deloitte &
music and been nominated for an Touche and becoming a vice president at US Bank, NA. A
Emmy. O’Neill recently past president of the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota, she has
spearheaded a project to produce CDs for the top donors of the used her business expertise for organizations dedicated to
“Spirit of Notre Dame” campaign. He served as president of helping the elderly stay in their homes and providing health
the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota and has volunteered his care in Costa Rica.
music in hospitals and hospices across the country.
MISSION STATEMENT I will bring the same commitment to lead and represent
Music. It's something that you can't see. It's something that is Region 4 to the national board that I brought to the Minnesota
difficult to describe how it makes you feel, yet it is something club. My years of connecting to the club leadership throughout
that has changed my life, and I am thankful that I have been the region at many Alumni Senate and regional meetings will
able to have a small impact on the lives of others by sharing provide me with an invaluable network of great Notre Dame
God's gift of my brother's and my piano music. alumni.
The spirit of Notre Dame to me is just like music. I love it. I If elected to serve you, the alumni of the greatest University in
want to surround myself with it. It fills my lungs with fresh air the world, I intend to do my best to carry out the mission of
and revitalizes my mind and spirit, yet I really can't describe the Alumni Association: to develop and support alumni clubs
what it is and why it is central to my life's happiness. I have around the world, as well as be a liaison between the
worked with Notre Dame and the NDAA on various projects University and its alumni. Through my community
and I look forward to sharing what I have learned with other involvement, work in the tax policy and legislative arena, and
clubs in Region 4, many of whom I have met at Alumni experience as a wife and mother of three, I bring enthusiasm,
Senates and regional meetings. life lessons, and leadership to the table. I will represent you
proudly and I appreciate your confidence in me.
For Young Alumni
Caitlin (Burns) Piller ’07
General Mills, Inc.
Piller has worked for General Mills since graduating in 2007. While a student she was in the folk choir,
the Student Union Board, and the women’s boxing team, and has continued her service to the University
as treasurer for the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota. She also volunteers at the Basilica of St. Mary.
After graduating in 2007 and relocating to a new city, I was truly grateful to embrace the network and
support of the Notre Dame family through the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota. In 2009, I became the
treasurer of our club and most recently helped establish the Minnesota chapter of ND Women Connect.
I now seek the opportunity to represent young alumni on the Alumni Board of Directors. My goal as a national representative is to
help effectively increase young alumni participation not only in club events, but also in club leadership across all regions through best
practice sharing and development of new events and initiatives. The Notre Dame family has been a wonderful blessing in my life and
by serving our community in this new capacity I hope to enrich the experience of our young alumni in all club chapters.
Notre Dame Club PAID
OF MINNESOTA ST. PAUL, MN
18305 46th Avenue North
Plymouth, MN 55446
The Club Needs Your Talents
Here are the current committee chairs and their email
addresses. Pick an activity that interests you and get involved.
Alumni Schools Pat Reis email@example.com
Apparel Jacob Kraus firstname.lastname@example.org CALENDAR
Club Emails Ed Paulsen email@example.com
Cont.Education Troy Androli firstname.lastname@example.org
Christmas Party Mark Zoia email@example.com JANUARY
Dorothy Day Ron Leung firstname.lastname@example.org Happy New Year! - 2011 Dues Drive Begins
Football Tickets Bill Lynch email@example.com
Golden Domers Leo Collins firstname.lastname@example.org
Thurs. 1/12 – Sat. 1/14 Urban Plunge in Twin Cities.
Golf Tournament John Greer email@example.com
Membership Ellie Kuhns firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat. 1/14 Homeless breakfast at Dorothy Day, St. Paul, 7:30 am.
Monogram Club Leo Collins email@example.com Sat. 1/14 Alumni Schools Reception, Nicollet Island Inn.
Newsletter Ellie Kuhns firstname.lastname@example.org Sun. 1/15 Club Bus Service – Students head back to school.
ND Women Connect Margaret Cronin email@example.com Mon 1/23 Monthly Club Meeting, Nicollet Island Inn, 6:00 pm.
Angie North firstname.lastname@example.org
Page Foundation Ron Leung email@example.com
Spirituality Meghan Lawless firstname.lastname@example.org FEBRUARY
Laura Nilan email@example.com
Transportation Sonia Miller-Van Oort firstname.lastname@example.org Wed. 2/1 Women Connect Book Club, 7-9 pm, Pinstripes.
UND Night Mike Schnaus email@example.com Sun. 2/5 Mass & Discussion Event, 11:30 mass.
Website Ed Paulsen firstname.lastname@example.org Mon. 2/6 Golden Domer Luncheon, 11:30 am.
Young Alums Lizzie Schwegman email@example.com
Zach Reuvers firstname.lastname@example.org Sat. 2/11 Homeless breakfast at Dorothy Day, St. Paul, 7:30 am.
Mon 2/20 Monthly Club Meeting, Nicollet Island Inn, 6:00 pm.
Officers Mon. 2/23 Deadline to vote for Alumni BODs.
President Sat. 2/25 Feed My Starving Children Service Event.
Tim O’Neill (’94) 612-802-0285 (h) email@example.com Wed. 2/29 ND Women Connect – Fitness & Fashion Event.
Paul Reuvers (’88) 952-431-5794 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org
Caitlin Burns (’07) 763-764-8904 (w) email@example.com
Past President Mon. 3/5 Golden Domer Luncheon; 11:30 am.
John McShane (68) 952-842-9222 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org Sat. 3/10 Homeless breakfast at Dorothy Day, St. Paul, 7:30 am.
Directors Mon 3/19 Monthly Club Meeting, Nicollet Island Inn, 6:00 pm.
Troy Androli 651-330-5328 (h) email@example.com
John Greer 612-920-9285 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org
Bert Koehler 763-757-4625 (h)
Mark Your Calendars for Upcoming Club Events:
Jacob Kraus 651-646-8665 (h) email@example.com
Ron Leung 952-921-0463 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org Wednesday, April 11 ND Women Connect – Book Club
Sonia Miller-Van Oort 952-931-2268 (h) email@example.com Sunday, April 15 Hesburgh Lecture
Brendan Murphy 612-840-0045 (h) Saturday, April 28 Organ Recital at St. Olaf Church.
Leslie Nardine 651-730-1940 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org Wednesday, July 18 Twins Event
Ed Paulsen 612-868-0044 (h) email@example.com
Pat Reis 612-636-3905 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Schnaus 952-922-0325 (h) email@example.com
Shawn Woessner firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Zoia 612-922-0489 (h) email@example.com
How To Contact The Club:
Popular University Websites: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alumni Association: alumni.nd.edu Web Address: www.ndmn.org
University of Notre Dame: nd.edu Facebook: www.facebook.com
Pray.nd.edu: http://pray.nd.edu Group: Notre Dame Club of Minnesota
ONWARD: Alumni Career Development: Phone: 763-478-9485
http://alumni.nd.edu/career Mail: 18305 46th Avenue North, Plymouth, MN 55446