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            6410 South Dante Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
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            Advancement
            Campaign For Mount Carmel

            Class of 1991 Campaign Challenge

             

            1991 Campaign Ambassadors

            Terence “TJ” Brady
            Darryl L. Griffin
            Daniel J. Harkins
            Charles “Wade” Harrison
            Jarrett E. Joyce
            Bryon L. Koepke
            Patrick E. Winfield

            Campaign Co-Chairs

            Mr. Donal P. Barry ‘63
            Mr. Martin P. Hughes ‘66

            Campaign Committee

            Mr. Michael J. Fallaw ‘59
            Mr. John F. Furjanic ‘87
            Mr. Patrick V. Grady ‘75
            Mr. Michael P. Holland ‘98
            Mr. Ned Hughes ‘70, President
            Mr. Neil R. Hughes ‘93
            Mr. Patrick Joyce 2001
            Mr. David G. Lenti (H)
            Mr. Michael J. McGarry ‘71
            Mr. Raymond C. Mikulich ‘70
            Mr. Enrico R. Mowatt ‘90
            Mr. James B. Poynton ‘59
            Mrs. Barbara Rose
            Mr. Neal Sales-Griffin 2005
            Mr. Sergio E. Sanchez ‘94
            Mr. Timothy D. Sheahan ‘93
            Mr. Michael L. Smith ‘76
            Mr. Dominic L. Sulo 2006
            Mr. Michael S. Vlamis ‘76
            Dear Classmates,

            Thank you for your interest in supporting the 1991 Class Challenge for the Campaign for Mount Carmel. Our class has committed $49,000.00 for renovations to improve the facilities and learning experience for current and future Mount Carmel students.

            As you probably know, the third floor and half of the second floor of the main school building have been renovated. We have secured the funding necessary to complete the second-floor renovations and will unveil the renovated floor this fall. If you have not yet seen the transformation, we urge you to contact David Lenti and make a trip down to 6410 to see it in person. The changes are amazing!

            Mount Carmel is now beginning plans to renovate the first floor and asking for our help in reaching their goal of $2 million in pledges by May 31, 2019. As long as funds are committed, ongoing renovations can continue.

            To help achieve this goal, we are continuing our challenge of raising $250,000, and we need more participation from this Class. If you have not already done so, we are hoping that you can make a commitment before May 31, 2019.

            We ask that each member of the class of 1991 consider donating $1,991.00 over the course of the next 5 years, which is a commitment of less than $35.00 per month. Monthly gifts can be set-up via ACH or credit card.

            If you would like to support the 1991 Class Challenge by making a pledge, CLICK HERE. Or you can give a gift today by completing the form below. 
             
            The support from the 1991 Class Challenge will make an incredible difference. If we can raise $250,000, your name and our class year will be on the walls of Mount Carmel for eternity.

            In Carmel,


            The 1991 Class Challenge Campaign Committee


            P.S. Do you or your wife work for a company that matches gifts? You may be able to double the impact of your gift! Check with your organization to see if they participate in matching programs.

            MOUNT CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL

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