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As the weather warms up and the winter gets further behind, St. Mark's looks back at the dozen alumni who saw athletic action in college and university squash, hockey, and basketball programs.
"A tradition of loyal giving to St. Mark's is critical on many levels," says Head of School John C. Warren '74. To acknowledge and celebrate donors who give to the School every year, St. Mark's launches the Age Quod Agis Society, a recognition society named for our school motto, which means "Do and Be Your Best." Members include anyone who has made a gift, in any amount, for at least two consecutive years.
At the 2017 Distinguished Alumni/ae Awards ceremony this past Friday, Southborough School alumna Marjorie Slutz Davis '75 was honored not only by St. Mark's, but by a proud contingent of her Southborough School sisters.
On Friday evening, April 7, six people were honored as the newest members of the St. Mark's Cloister of Distinguished Alumni/ae. Five St. Markers—Terry Haight '48, Malcolm Farmer '57, Tony Loney '69, John Noseworthy '69 (in abstentia), Christina Lynch Bobrow '90—and one Southborough School alumna—Marjorie Slutz Davis, SS '75—were inducted at a ceremony held in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Class of 1945 Hall.
Spring Trustee Weekend took place April 7 and 8 at St. Mark's. There were many highlights, including fond farewells to trustees stepping down and the awarding of the Potter-Miller Prize to the late Mimi Lowrey.
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