posted 10 December 2014
"Mark Thomas Burns (Class of 1974)...father, brother, uncle and
friend, left the world on December 2nd of 2014. We'd like to keep
Mark's memory alive with the help of this page."
Read more from Mark's family: http://www.markthomasburns.com/
NEW AES VIDEO
posted 19 December 2014
MESSAGE FROM MRS. JACQUELIN SINGH (Alumni Faculty Member)
posted 15 December 2014
(Click on card)
Dear Family and Friends,
It's time again to touch base with one and all and to send out greetings of "comfort and joy" for the New Year. I'll work in a little belated Thanksgiving, too, as I have so many of you to be grateful to. You've given your love and support when I most needed it, and have made smooth my journey (quite literally as well as psychologically) from one life to another.
Click here or here to read more from Mrs. Singh.
AIS/AES ALUMNI VOLUNTEER FOR WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA
posted 14 December 2014
This year's annual wreath-laying day was Saturday, December 13, 2014 (note numerical date: 12-13-14). Wreaths Across America, a non-profit organization, remembers armed forces during the holiday season and brings together thousands of volunteers every year to honor them. Yesterday, Christmas Remembrance Wreaths were placed on gravesites of fallen heroes at veteran cemeteries across the nation. Huge thanks to all AIS/AES alumni who volunteered to place wreaths at a veteran cemetery. The photo above was taken at Arlington National Cemetery yesterday where several of our alumni participated.
If you ever want to donate to a worthy cause, Wreaths Across America is definitely one. Their mission is to REMEMBER, HONOR, and TEACH about the services and sacrifices of our veterans, active military, and their families.
GROWING UP AMERICAN IN INDIA
Written by Lee Woodman (Class of 1965)
posted 10 December 2014
President Eisenhower in New Delhi, December 1959
I grew up in India from the age of 4 to 14. Every two years, my family traveled back to the States on “home leave.” Via Europe or through Hong Kong and Japan, we’d head across the oceans to visit our cousins in New York and our grandparents in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Curious relatives and friends back home would ask: Do you speak Hindu? (The language is Hindi.) Do you know snake charmers? (No, but we see many on the streets, and they perform at birthday parties along with other performers like dancing bears and flip-jumping monkeys.) Have you seen the Taj Mahal? (Yes, it’s hard to miss.) Have you ridden an elephant? (Yes, and camels too; but camels drool and growl.)
Americans weren’t the only ones brimming with questions. Whenever I returned from the States, Indian acquaintances asked: Where is New England? What religion are you? (My family is third-generation Unitarian.) Is your father rich? (This is complicated … by Maharajah standards? By slum standards? We were certainly privileged, but more so in terms of housing and travel than money.)
Seeming exotic to natives of both countries meant that I had a lot of time to think about what an American is, and how others see Americans. It readied me—and my parents—for a life of questions.
Read more from Lee
2014 SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR AIS/AES COMMUNITY
posted 3 December 2014
BoD 2014 Holiday Card (PDF)
JUMP STARTING THE HOLIDAYS
posted 30 November 2014
It was a great treat to see everyone at the Taste of India in Washington DC, November 29th. Thank you Robin Murphy for organizing. The waiter was a good photographer and caught the happy spirit of our gathering. Cheers! - From Tim Brown, Class of 1970
Sitting from left- Annie Rieger '72, Kitty Thuermer '69, Dipak K Roy, Robin Murphy ('70). Standing from left - John Weir Close ('72), Tim Brown ('70), Ellen Turner ('69), Meg Murphy ('74), Meredith Reynolds ('74).
WOODMAN BOOK PARTY
posted 20 November 2014
It was a wonderful evening honoring AIS alumni and author, Betsy Woodman, Class of 1963...and getting to meet her and her sister, Lee, Class of 1965. Biggest surprise was being introduced to music teacher, Mrs. Charlene Perry Connell!
Right side photo (l-r): Lee Woodman, Mary Williamson, and Betsy Woodman
See more Book Party photos, submitted by Mary Williamson, Class of 1974
AIS/AES 2015 ReunionHyatt Regency
Crystal City, Virginia (10-12 July 2015)
We are happy to announce the AIS/AES 2015 Reunion event and hotel registration sites are now open.
The 2015 Reunion will be the weekend of July 10-12, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Crystal City, Virginia. All alumni (even if you did not graduate from the school), your family members, former and current faculty and administration, and friends of AIS/AES are invited.
The 2015 Reunion theme is India Lives In All Of Us. Our common experience at AIS/AES bound us together and influenced who we are today. Although each of us traveled our own life's paths, a small part of India has stayed with us throughout our lives. Near or far, our AIS/AES Family has stayed in touch. It is time we get together again to celebrate happy memories and create new ones!
Event Registration Site: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aisaes-2015-reunion-registration-12492359985
Weekend Event Cost per Guest: $205/per person if registered by May 10, 2015 (late fee applies after that date); Child rate: $65/per child (age 12 and under)
Hyatt Hotel Registration Site: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/aisaesreunion2015
Hyatt Hotel Room Rate: $109/night (plus tax) - single or double occupancy room
The weekend event cost includes registration fees, the Friday Night Reception, and Saturday Night Mela celebration--featuring authentic Indian dishes catered by Taj of India.
You can follow our reunion progress on this website, on our AIS/AES 2015 Reunion page, and on Facebook.
Please mark your calendars and plan to join us at the reunion to renew old friendships and make new friends! India Lives In All Of Us - come help us celebrate that spirit!
Click here to read past front page articles and photos.
AIS/AES 2015 REUNION
Crystal City, Virginia
(10-12 July 2015)
We are happy to announce the AIS/AES 2015 REUNION
event and hotel registration sites are now open. All alumni (even if you did not graduate from the school), your family members, former and current faculty and administration, and friends of AIS/AES are invited.
Click here for more information and to follow the reunion as details unfold.
We Reached a Facebook Milestone!
We are a non-profit association, which exists to help keep our AIS/AES Community together and to help promote reunions and other activities. We also host our all-school AIS/AES Reunion every 5 years, where all alumni (whether they graduated from our school or not), faculty, staff and family members/special friends are invited. Your donations enable us to keep the association and our website alive, as well as help with the start-up costs of our AIS/AES Reunions. We recommend a donation of $25/year; however, we are grateful for any contributions!
For more, see DUES LETTER.
Go down Memory Lane!! Experience the enjoyment felt by many AIS/AES alumni who have returned to Delhi and visited the school! Thank you for sharing your photos with us!
Click here to find over five decades of AIS and AES Yearbooks published by our school, beginning school year 1960-1961. Each yearbook is complete in PDF format for easy, free, downloading.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Do you know who your AIS/AES Alumni Association board members are?
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PS-We love photos!!
-Rosenfeld, Megan Class of 1964
-Walbridge Beckbridge, Leslie Class of 2007
-(Perry) Connell, Charlene, Former AIS Music Teacher
-Wheeler Newberry, Sue Class of 1970
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