DLS Sponsors First Legacy Breakfast

De La Salle sponsored its first legacy breakfast for parents/children and siblings in its library.
President Michael Guillot greeted the guests before the breakfast.  Alumni Association President Herb Anderson also addressed them briefly.

Following the breakfast, Mr. Guillot took the older grads through the new Collaboration room which was recently completed for informal classroom research and group work.

Among the attendees were a three-generation family of Marion Bonura, son Tony and granddaughter Brooke.

Also in attendance were Norlisha Parker Burke and husband Tim Burke, believed the first pair of married graduate Cavaliers.


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