The Scecina Business Connection held its first social and networking event at Maple Creek Golf and Country Club on Sept. 29. For more information about SBC, check out our website.
Greetings, Crusader Community,
We have reason to celebrate three noteworthy milestones.
Thank you, Maureen Okerson: After 14 years of extremely dedicated and successful service as Scecina’s Tuition Manager, Maureen is transitioning to the Office of Catholic Schools as its business manager. This role is a new archdiocesan position, and Maureen is sure to do a great job at it. Her commitment to Catholic education, compassion, and outstanding customer service are three of Maureen’s greatest strengths. During her time at Scecina, Maureen has helped countless students and families navigate the tuition assistance process and enroll successfully at Scecina. If you would like to thank Maureen before her last official day at Scecina (Friday, Oct. 7), feel free to call her at 356-6377, ext. 1306, or e-mail her at email@example.com. Maureen and her husband, Jim, are members of Holy Spirit Parish along with their three sons, all of whom are Scecina alumni. Congratulations, Maureen, and thank you again.
Join the Scecina Business Connection: The Scecina Business Connection is a new initiative to promote fellowship, business networking, and idea-sharing among parents, alumni, and friends who are leaders in any and every size of business. Right now, we have 28 members on our way to the goal of 100 members who want to help Scecina students and receive the benefits the Connection will offer. Please consider joining. The financial investment is reasonable and joining can only help your business while also leading to new or renewed friendships. The first Scecina Business Connection social and networking event was Sept. 29 at Maple Creek Golf and Country Club. Dan Hodgkins, Vice President of Health Promotion and Community Re-Development for Community Health Network, was the main presenter and spoke about Community’s commitment to the Eastside as well as exciting areas of collaboration between Scecina and Community. For more information about SBC, please visit our website.
The library transformation is almost here: I have written before about our library renovation. The project is 90 percent complete. We will realize our vision of creating a space that is transformed physically, capability-wise, and in the way that students, teachers, and wider community members will be able to study, teach, learn, and collaborate. This endeavor is a transformation, not just a renovation! Come and see it. Our target opening date for students is Monday, October 10.
On a truly sad note, I wish to extend condolences to Saundra Black and her family on the death of her husband, Dean. The Blacks are long-time members of the Our Lady of Lourdes and Scecina communities. Their children and children’s spouses are loyal Scecina alumni and current students. Dean had been battling some real physical challenges in recent years with great spirit and determination. He could always be counted on for a huge smile and sincere words of optimism and encouragement. Dean’s health took a turn for the worse, and he unexpectedly passed away on Sept. 29. Please pray for all of the Black family in their time of need, and may Dean rest in eternal peace forever.
Thank you for being committed to our students in unending ways.