Record, and I have enjoyed many interesting discussions with alumni, young and old,
when money is tight and I don't have spare time to volunteer?' Well, I've got a deal for you!
dents and alumni. It's an area that is so important to our strength as a community, and it's
where I need your help: We can form that bond before a student even arrives on campus.
I want you to think for a moment about the high school students in your extended circle
of friends. It could be the daughter of a work colleague, the son of a golf buddy, or perhaps
grandchildren of your neighbour. I encourage you to take a moment to share your story
with them. Regale them with tales of your past and invite them to consider the unique
and powerful qualities that the Mount Allison experience has to offer. You will be form-
ing a bond with a potential new Allisonian, which will benefit both the University and
the student as you instill that sense of community that makes Mount Allison so special.
some information you can pass along to the prospective student. Of course, I would be
remiss if I did not suggest that if you need to brush up on your Mount A stories, a perfect
opportunity would be to join your friends and classmates at Reunion this year from May
11 to May 13. Don't be surprised if you come home with a few new stories to share!
We'll all be better for knowing them.
David Rose ('90)
Tel: 506-364-2348 Fax: 506-364-2262
and friends of Mount Allison with the University, through effective commu-
nication, events, and special initiatives.
65 York St., Sackville, NB E4L 1E4