October Headline
 

Thomas Receives Award

 

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Thomas Trustee Laurie Lachance, Maine Development Foundation, Joseph Foley, UNUM, Deb Cunningham and Bob Moore, Thomas College, and Gov. Paul LePage

  

Thomas College was one of 17 Maine businesses recognized at the Sixth Maine Symposium on Higher Education on October 13 at UNUM by the Maine Development Foundation's "Maine Employer's Initiative" for the College's efforts in promoting higher education to our employees.  Bob Moore and Debbie Cunningham accepted the award in the attendance of hundreds of representatives from leading businesses and education leaders

 in Maine.

 

For more information about the Maine Development Foundation and its initiatives, click here

Campus Events

Wednesday, November 9, 7:30 a.m. in the Atrium. Guerilla Tactics:  A Field Guide to What Works Cheap. Presented by Brenda Garrand, CEO of Garrand, a marketing and communications firm offering traditional and new media advertising and public relations services in Portland. To register or for more information, click here.

 

 

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Alumni "Microwave" Scramble 

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We are looking for Class Notes for the next Thomas Magazine. If you are a Thomas alum and would like to share news with us, click here.

 

We want to hear from you!

  

Student Highlight 

Mikkal 

     

When the Thomas College Men's Soccer team took the field October 11 to defend the Elm City Cup against cross-town rival Colby College, they were short one player. Sophomore goalkeeper Mikkail Crockwell '14 was summoned to play for Bermuda in a FIFIA World Cup Qualifier against Guyana. To read more about Mikkail's story, click here.

Alumni Highlight
Krista

Krista Rae Helms '09 has a new teaching job in China! She is at the Buena Vista Concordia International School in Shenzhen, China, teaching 3rd and 4th grade. To read more about her new school and position, click here.

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Greetings from Thomas!

 

I hope you were able to attend Homecoming & Family Weekend as it was a huge success! From the alumni versus student athletic competitions to ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger's performance, everyone who attended enjoyed meeting up with friends and family alike. 

While enjoying the festivites, alums from all eras were asking about other classmates. They might have been looking for you! You can submit your Class Note here or e-mail dumontc@thomas.edu.

Thank you in advance and be sure to watch for the next edition of Thomas Magazine coming later this fall.

 

- Jennifer

Jennifer Buker

Director of Public Relations

 

 

 

 

Homecoming & Family Weekend

 

Rip off

Inductees Scott Sibley '02, Paula (Ramos) McGeary '77, and

Courtney Corbett '04 unveil the new Athletic Hall of Fame

 

At this year's Homecoming & Family Weekend, over 600 people attended events ranging from the Athletic Hall of Fame unveiling to a baking demonstration in the new Dining Center. The weekend offered a chance to celebrate and reminisce, for alums and students alike.  

5K Winners

Terrier Trot 5K winners,

Sarah Estes '11 and William Janakis '15

A special visit from Dr. Nelson Madore and live music by the School Street Band topped off the festivities under the tent at the alumni party on Saturday night.   Graduates from six decades mixed, mingled, and danced the night away. 

Throughout the weekend, students and their families had the opportunity to meet and talk with graduates about their futures and what a Thomas graduate can expect after receiving their degree. 

Take a moment to look at more photos from the weekend at our Alumni Facebook  page...and be sure to "like" us while you're there! 

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 Matt Bodine '80, Dan Kelsey '78, Bob Moore '79, Kevin Joseph '77, Chris Holmes '78, Dave Lucius '78, and Carl Carey '78.

 

                   
 
Relay for Life at Thomas College 

 

The Relay For Life of Waterville In Memory of Martha "Marty" Spann,
took place October 21 - 22. 
With 115 registered participants, including six cancer survivors and ten teams, the event raised over $20,000 to help find a cure in the fight against cancer.

 

The walk had many different events happening throughout the evening to allow the participants to share their experiences and chlumaallenges. One of these was the lighting of the luminaria bags. The night was brightened by the glow of the illuminated bags, each bearing the name of someone who has battled cancer. All the bags represented someone special who has been profoundly affected by cancer and the family and friends who continue to fight back in their honor.  This year's Relay had 225 of these bags lined around the track as the participants walked their laps. 

 

The evening was a huge success!  Many thanks to all who donated, volunteered, or walked at the event this year.   To read more about the Relay for Life, click here.

Relay group

 

 

Michelle for PAT