Sixteen Ways to Participate in 2016

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Are you an alumnus/a, past parent, former faculty/staff or grandparent? There are still plenty of opportunities to get involved in Centennial celebrations and re-engage with Country School. Here are 16 ideas:

1. Volunteer in the archives. Identify people in photographs, sort and organize items or digitally scan documents. Former faculty member Molly Farnsworth has joined the archives staff and is hosting drop in hours. To volunteer.

2. Locate the 1967 Beginners End Yearbook. We want to complete our set!

3. Locate a Class of 1943 graduation photo. It's the only one we don't have!

4. Go back in time. Visit Grace House to view the "100 Years - 100 Objects" exhibit in the lobby or request an historical tour of campus with our archivist Mark Macrides.  Contact us.

5. Become a class agent. To volunteer.

6. Share the news. Submit Class Notes online.

7. Update your own contact information or provide email addresses for your alum siblings, friends and classmates; your parents and grandparents. To update

8. Find missing alumnae. Contact the Alumni Office to get a list of who we are missing from your class or decade.

9.  Share your Country School memory or story.

10. Get involved. Volunteer to help plan the Centennial Celebration Weekend. Check the website for Centennial committees to join or contact us

11. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram #NCCS100.

12. Display a New Canaan Country School car magnet/decal. To request one.

13. Honor your former teachers. Contact us.

14. Lend us your memories. Scrapbooks, mementos and photographs will be recorded and returned un-harmed! Contact the archivist for details.

15. Open your home to returning alums, faculty or staff. Offer to have someone stay with you during Centennial Weekend Sept. 30 – Oct. 1. Contact us to be put on a list.

16. Make plans to return to campus for the Centennial Celebration weekend September 30 - October 1, 2016.


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