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Volume 1 | September 2017

By now I hope you have all heard that our Class Notes are no longer incorporated within our Thistle magazine, which you should be receiving in the fall. In an effort to mirror our Class Notes with our calendar year, we are now tabling Class Notes to a reformatted version of the Bridge which will be released in early 2018. You have three ways to submit class notes and photos:

The deadline for submitting your updates is October 31. We look forward to receiving your notes.

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Vol.1 July 2017|Staying Connected

Staying Connected to St. Margaret's School

Greetings fellow Alumnae!

As the new president of the St. Margaret's Alumnae Association, I wanted to introduce myself to all SMS alumnae. I was raised on a dairy farm in King William Co., VA. My first connection to SMS was a family one: my older cousins Sally Townsend Hart '56 and Betty Rose Townsend Sexton '61 both graduated from SMS and my parents and I hoped that I could attend when it was time for me to choose a high school.

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Two students who live in the Rappahannock River basin received the Daingerfield Merit Scholarship from St. Margaret's School. The scholarship provides funding to exceptional girls who are enrolled to attend as day students in the fall. The recipients, Grace Pierce, and Nancy (Nan) Garrett were chosen for their outstanding academic performance, strong character and citizenship and the potential for them to excel in all aspects of the school community.


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Class of 2017 Graduates

St. Margaret's School sent the class of 2017 on their way rejoicing on June 3 at their 94th annual commencement exercises. Lauren Block Bauer, vice president of Elm Street Development in McLean, Virginia gave the commencement address.

Bauer, who is a former Board of Governors member and alumna of St. Margaret's (1997), commented in her address, "As a graduate of St. Margaret's, you have the intellectual ability and the tools you need to navigate college and beyond. You have learned the importance of your physical well-being. You know how to take care of yourselves and be kind to yourselves. You are socially responsible; caring, empathetic, thoughtful of others and our fragile earth. You know how to help others. You are spiritually mature."

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