Poolside Brunch October 10, 2009
Numerous alumni and friends of Clarke gathered for a lovely, home-cooked brunch at the home of Katherine Au-Young Lam ’57 and Paul Lam for a poolside brunch in Orange, California. Clarke University President, Sr. Joanne Burrows gave a presidential update on Clarke University and the upcoming fundraising opportunities for a new science center, track and field, and beautification of the College.
Katherine Au-Young Lam ’57 and her daughter, Diane complete some preparation in the kitchen.
(left to right) Kathleen Mulvehill, daughter of Sheila Mulvehill ’53, Clarke University President Sister Joanne Burrows, Michael Dalsing ’08 and his aunt Lisa Dalsing and Mary Schmidt Heimann ’42.
(left to right) Michael Dalsing ’08 and his aunt Lisa Dalsing, Mary Schmidt Heimann ’42, Katherine Au-Young Lam ’57, Bernadette Fee ’97, Pat Cook Price ’60 and Colleen Vosberg, daughter of Michelle Vosberg, assistant professor of education at Clarke.
Alice Kies Stylianou ’38, Ruth Brouillet Badger ’40 and Katherine Lam’s beautifully designed table arrangements.
Katherine and the beautiful brunch spread including, ham, quiche, scones, fruit and her famous secret recipe for Asian chicken salad.
Chuck and Bernadette Fee ’97 and Art Cook catch up since their meeting in November of 2008.
Pat Cook ’60 and Colleen Vosberg chat over beverages.
(left to right) Lisa Dalsing, Michael Dalsing ’08, Colleen Vosberg, Pat Price Cook ’60 and Art Cook.
Kathleen Mulvehill and Paul Lam.
Bernadette Fee and Diane Lam.
Paul and Katherine Lam, and Mark Jones, vice president for institutional advancement.
Ruth Brouillet Badger ’40, Alice Kies Stylianou ’38, Katherine Au-Young Lam ’57, Clarke University President Sister Joanne Burrows and Mary (Mercedes) Schmidt Heimann ’42 enjoy conversation about Clarke.
Joanne and Mary Schmidt Heimann.
Bernadette and Diane.
It was a beautiful day for a poolside brunch!
It’s someone’s birthday… Diane and Paul prepare.
A birthday surprise for Katie Bahl, director of alumni relations.
Our host Katherine Au-Young Lam ’57 reminisces on her time at Clarke and learning English from her BVM teachers.
Joanne gives an engaging update on Clarke University to our alumni.
Katherine, Joanne and Paul pose for a picture at the conclusion of the event.