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East Bay Reunion Party for Alumnae and Friends

More than seventy Presentation High School, Berkeley, alumnae and faculty came to
our 9th Annual East Bay Reunion Party for Alumnae and Friends,
on Sunday, June 14, 2015, at University Terrace, Building 9.
It is the site of former Presentation High School in Berkeley.
Please join us next year, on Sunday, June 12, 2016, at a location to be determined.   

SAVE THE DATE: SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2016, at a location to be determined.
 

Save the Date
The East Bay Alumnae and Friends Annual Reunion
Sunday, June 12, 2016 
at a location to be determined.
Check our website for updates and surprises!
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Loretto Friends of the Presentation Sisters
Annual Fashion Show Celebrates 26 Years!

The Loretto Friends of the Presentation Sisters Annual Fashion Show, on April 19, 2015,
marked the second year that new committee members, Patricia Diaz, Maritza Anna Duran Leon,
Martha Manriquez, Margaret Barragan Ochoa, Mary Hernandez Sanchez, Yolanda Montano Santillan,
Katherine Valenzuela Sias, and JoAnn Herrera Sifuentes, all from Our Lady of Loretto, Los Angeles ,
Class of 1974, officially stepped into the very high heels of former Committee members
Carol Kratzer Roper, Class of 1954, Rosalie Cabrera, Class of 1956, Rosemarie Lavin Ramirez,
Class of 1956, Rosemary Delgado, Class of 1957, Virginia Padilla Ashworth, Class of 1958,
Loretta Ariza Magier, Class of 1958, Rosemarie Acosta Witten, Class of 1958, Emma Roberts,
Class of 1960, Estelle Giangregorio McUelland, Class of 1964, Michela Chacon, Class of 1967,
Kitty Holland and Gigi Gonzalez Cox. They accomplished this with much style, grace and poise.

SAVE THE DATE for the 27th Annual Fashion Show
on Sunday, April 10, 2016, and the theme is Springtime Tea.

 

 

 


Southern California Alumnae and Friends Annual Reunion

An early Valentine’s Day celebration spirit of love was in the air on Saturday, February 7, 2015,
at the ninth Southern California Alumnae and Friends Annual Reunion.

Over sixty friends of the Sisters of the Presentation and Our Lady of Loretto High School and
other elementary schools the Sisters taught at in Southern California gathered at Luminarias Restaurant in Monterey Park, California. 

Please check this website for details on our tenth annual event in 2016
 

 

 


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2014 Golden Girls Celebrate

The Golden Girls Luncheon, Thirty-three Years of Celebrations!!

On Saturday, October 18, 2014, at the lovely Quiet Cannon Conference and Event Center in Montebello,
the Golden Girls held their thirty-third luncheon celebration. 
Highlighted this year was the Our Lady of Loretto, Los Angeles, Class of 1954, the Comets!

 

 


SAVE THE DATE: The Golden Girls Thirty-fourth Annual Luncheon, Saturday, October 17, 2015.

For information on attending, please contact the Presentation Alumnae office at 415 422.5015 or hharwood@pbvmsf.org
 



2014 Founders Club Members Annual Thank You

Our tenth Annual Founders Club Thank You Tea took place on Sunday, September 7, 2014, at the Sisters of the Presentation Motherhouse and as always, it was a most joyous occasion! In addition to honoring our yearly Founders Club donors from August 2013 to August 2014, the Carr, Leach and Bosché Families were honored as our 2014 Legacy Leader. Robin Leach Bosché received the Madonna and Child plaque on behalf of their families. Robin says the families patronage of the Sisters of the Presentation began with her late aunt Sister Marion Carr, PBVM, (Religious name Sister Agnes Loretta) Presentation High School, San Francisco, Class of 1941. Sister Carr’s education like many of her family members began at Saint Agnes Grammar School, San Francisco. 

Annual Founders Club Members, as a token of our appreciation for their support, were given a Bookmarker Clip created from recycled materials, in staying with the Sisters of the Presentation’s Fair Trade and ecologically sustainable goals. The Bookmarker Clip features the Presentation logo. Founders Club members through their generous annual support help Sisters of the Presentation continue to fulfill the legacy of its Foundress, Nano Nagle.

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SAVE THE DATE SUNDAY, September 13, 2015
 

 

 

To receive your exclusive invitation for the
2015 Founders Club Members Annual Thank You Tea
September 13, 2015
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Shopping Cart button.

For more information contact Helen M.Z. Harwood, CFRE,
Director of Development and Director of Alumnae at
415-422-5015 or hharwood@pbvmsf.org.
 



2014 Alumnae Scholarship Winners

The 2014 Alumnae Scholarship Winners and their families were introduced to the Founders Club Members,
at the annual thank you tea which took place on Sunday, September 7, 2014,
at the Sisters of the Presentation Motherhouse in San Francisco.
Each scholarship winner received a copy of One Pace Beyond. This biography of Nano Nagle,
the Sisters of the Presentation, Foundress tells the story of Ireland under the Penal Laws
and her courageous and unique response to the poverty and oppression.
Last year, Nano Nagle was declared Venerable by Pope Francis.
(You can order your copy by clicking on Shopping Cart at the top of this page.)
The Alumnae Scholarship applications are reviewed without any identifying information.
In other words, the Selection Committee is blind to the schools,
alumnae relations and other personal applicant information.
The twenty-five Catholic high school students who won a 2014 Alumnae Scholarship
were selected based on how well they responded to the questions
listed on the application form on the basis of their teacher or counselor recommendations.
The 2015 Scholarship Application will be in the first edition 2015 of Presentation News.

DEADLINE FOR 2015 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS IS JUNE 1, 2015.
 



 




2014 Welcome Back All the San Francisco Classes

The annual Alumnae Welcome Back All the Classes of Presentation High School, San Francisco,
was held on Sunday, July 13, 2014, at the Sisters of the Presentation Motherhouse, 2340 Turk Boulevard, San Francisco.
The event started with Mass in the Motherhouse Chapel at 10:00 a.m.
and it was followed by brunch at 11:00 a.m. in the Motherhouse dining room.
Please mark your calendar to attend next year’s event
now being held in the autumn on Sunday, October 04, 2015, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

 

SAVE THE DATE: NEW DATE!  Sunday, October 04, 2015

 


 

Save the Date
The Welcome Back All the San Francisco Classes Reunion
10:00 a.m. Mass 11:00 a.m. Brunch
Sunday, October 04, 2015
The Sisters of the Presentation Motherhouse, 2340 Turk Boulevard, San Francisco
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Women and Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America Field Trip

On Monday, February 27, 2012, over seventy Sisters of the Presentation, Alumnae, and Friends
rode on two custom coach buses to see the wonderful exhibit
of Women and Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America
which featured the Sisters of the Presentation,  at The California Museum, in Sacramento.

While the National Touring Exhibit has ended, the California Story continues:  Women and Spirit California

Click on link to view a short video clip about the California story: http://vimeo.com/38008339

For more details:  www.womenandspirit.org 

and follow on facebook:    www.facebook.com/Women.and.Spirit.Sacramento.Exhibit
     



Sisters of the Presentation honored by Holy Trinity Catholic Church in San Pedro

Holy Trinity Catholic Church in San Pedro dedicated the Fireside Room of its Parish Center in honor of
Sisters of the Presentation (of the Blessed Virgin Mary) on Saturday, January 14, 2012.

At the invitation of Father George Gallagher, Sisters of the Presentation accepted to staff Holy Trinity School.
Property for the convent was purchased at 209 North Hanford Avenue in San Pedro.
Holy Trinity Parish and School greatly benefited from the presence of
Sisters of the Presentation.
Several young women from Holy Trinity would eventually become Sisters of the Presentation.
Sisters of the Presentation left Holy Trinity in 1990 and the convent
was replaced with the current Parish Center which was dedicated in 1993. 

With the approval of Msgr. Joseph Brennan, the current Pastor of Holy Trinity,
permission was given to dedicate the Fireside Room in honor of
Sisters of the Presentation so that their legacy
at Holy Trinity will be passed onto future generations.
The Fireside Room contains pictures of the Sisters, artifacts saved from the convent, and
a special wall listing the names of the
Sisters of the Presentation who have graced Holy Trinity
with their presence along with a wall dedicated to Nano Nagle.

A reception followed the dedication ceremony in the Parish Center Auditorium. 
 
 


Berkeley Plaque Dedication

A Dedication Ceremony took place for a plaque to honor the presence and role of
Sisters of the Presentation in the educational history of the city of Berkeley.

It was held on Saturday, November 12, 2011, in the Commons Room of University Terrace
which is the former site of Presentation High School.
It was followed by
a lovely reception.

The plaque was intended to be placed when the University Terrace housing complex
was built in 1993-1994, but it was never installed.

Now it has a place of honor near the stone pillars marking the entrance to the original convent
of Sisters of the Presentation which University Terrace residents have named: the California Street Rose Garden.

The Commons Room of University Terrace features a pictorial history display of the area
which you can also view by logging onto
http://learning.berkeley.edu/ut/history.htm.
 

 

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