the distinguished list of Women of Achievement named at the Cabot Club
Dinner held to recognize outstanding provincial women of achievement were
alumni Dr. Grace Sparkes (BA ’65; LLD ’92); Dr. Bernice Morgan
(LLD ’98); Moya Cahill (B.Eng. ’83); and Dr. Janet Gardiner
"Before you jump to the conclusion I’m suggesting we go it on our own – let me assure you that nothing, nothing is further than the truth. I’m a very proud Canadian. However, I’m looking for a way to get into Confederation, to become a full-fledged partner in the growing economy."
McGrath (BSW ’75; MBA ’95) is the first Newfoundlander elected
as national president of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Joanne
Rose (BA ’69) was elected to the association’s national board.
"I’m not sure at all why we are doing this at this point. The site has been purchased with a specific intent by Loblaws of building a large-box supermarket, and they have no intention of allowing it to be put to any other use."
Partridge (B.Ed.’94) has been named Canadian Universities Coach
of the Year after leading the Sea~Hawks to an 18-2 record and the AUS
conference title for the fourth time in 11 years as coach. Yeaaaahhhh
"We believe – and it’s been shown in the U.S. – that the regional operator can be the most effective and the lowest cost in operating those airplanes. And that’s where we want to have the Jazz operation."
Selected and written by Wade Kearley
Researched and compiled by Debbie Connors (email@example.com)