With so many activities, events, and publications, there's lots of ways to get involved in St. Scholastica's centennial celebration. Submit a recipe to the cookbook, nominate your favorite Saint to A Century of Saints, volunteer to help at one of our many events, or share your St. Scholastica memories on our St. Scholastica Scrapbook. For more information, see below.
The Centennial Volunteer Army is fully staffed! Thanks to all who so generously offered to lend a hand when and where it's needed.
St. Scholastica's Centennial needs volunteers -- 100 of them to be exact. We're creating an "army" of volunteers that will stand ready, willing and able to help with whatever the Centennial events require. From building candle holders to selling cookbooks and everything inbetween, we're looking for 100 people who want to be included in our Centennial in an important, interesting way.
This opportunity has been limited to the first 100 who apply.! As a thank you, you'll receive a snazzy Centennial polo to wear at your volunteering events and other great goodies.
Stay tuned for more volunteer opportunities!
Is there a particular professor, advisor, or other staff member that made your experience at St. Scholastica special? Do you remember a moment at CSS that was a turning point in your life? Do you have photographs from when you moved in? Are there college traditions that you remember? Anything else that made your time at St. Scholastica unique? We want to hear from you!
Share your memories with us and we'll post them to the St. Scholastica Scrapbook, a blog featuring photos, stories, video and audio sent in by our alums.
We prefer digital submissions, but if you're unable or uncomfortable scanning your own images, documents and other items, send them to us along with a note describing what each item is, and we'll scan them for you. If you'd like your submissions returned, please be sure to include a mailing address so we can get them back to you.
If you have a memory to share, or if you have any questions, please send your email to email@example.com.
Physical items should be sent to the address below. Please include contact information, dates, and year of graduation with your submission.
St. Scholastica Scrapbook c/o Aaron Richner
Marketing and Communications
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Ave.
Duluth, MN 55811
A Century of Saints, St. Scholastica Scrapbook, and the History blog all allow commenting on each article. Our hope is that this will allow these sections to be true conversations about St. Scholastica's past and its prominent individuals. It is your thoughts that will make these sections truly dynamic and exciting, so please share.
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