(WINDSOR, ON) – St Clair College kicked off the Windsor 50th Anniversary Homecoming Weekend with the St Clair College Alumni Association unveiling the new Alumni Wall of Distinction at 6:00 pm at the South Windsor Campus.
St Clair College alumni are graduates of the College, who are a talented group of individuals who are our business leaders, artists, animators, educators, automotive mechanics, child care givers, financial experts, health care professionals, horticulturists, law enforcement officers, manufacturing experts, outstanding chefs, athletic and fitness trainers, teachers, skilled trade workers, and veterinarians.
In the 50th year of St Clair College, the college will have graduated over 100,000 alumni.
For the past 25 years, the annual Alumni of Distinction Awards were created to celebrate their commitment, passion, and dedication, not only to their respective communities, but also to their families. The Alumni Wall of Distinction will pay tribute to all past honourees and highlight the 2017 Alumni of Distinction recipients.
- Andrew Banar, Designer and Spokesperson for Group Hug Apparel, graduate of the Community Living Skills Program
- David Sellick, Vice President of Sellick Equipment Limited, graduate of the Business Administration Program
- Judy Robinet, Executive Director of A Life Worth Living, graduate of the Early Childhood Education Program
- Dr Snezana Ninkovich, Emergency Department Physician at Windsor Regional Hospital, graduate of the Medical Laboratory Technology Program
- Elizabeth Farano, Vice President of Douglas Marketing Group, graduate of the Graphic Design Program
- Daniel Miskokomon, Chief of Walpole Island First Nation, graduate of the Mechanical Drafting Technician Program
“The Alumni Association is very proud of the tremendous success earned by graduates over the College’s 50 year history and this Alumni Wall commemorates not only the current year recipients, but honours all Alumni of Distinction for their achievements,” said St Clair College Alumni president Tom Malanfant.
After the unveiling of the Alumni of Distinction wall, the public was then invited to enjoy a free evening performance of the Windsor Symphony Youth Orchestra from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in the Strasser Student Life Centre.