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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!

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Right side photo (l-r): Lee Woodman, Mary Williamson, and Betsy Woodman

See more Book Party photos, submitted by Mary Williamson, Class of 1974


AES SUPPORTS KASHMIR
From Jenn Eliot (AES Communications Director)
posted 13 November 2014

I thought this might interest our alumni. For several months, AES has been supporting efforts in Kashmir following horrific flooding. There have been donation drives for warm clothing, water purification supplies, oral rehydration salts, and other basic necessities.

Some of our high school students have also taken on fundraising efforts in support of a local school. You can read more about their efforts by clicking on the link below.

http://www.bridgetokashmir.com/news/aes-chandhara-school


LOOK WHO CAME TO VISIT!
From Jenn Eliot (AES Communications Director)
posted 17 October 2014

So on the first day of shooting our new AES promotional video, we
had a visitor to campus... Ken Torbett, Class of 1962. What a great opportunity! Ken was gracious enough to say a few words in front of the camera. We look forward to sharing the final film at the AIS/AES 2015 Reunion in July. (email dated 17 October 2014)


FROM MELISSA MILLER, CLASS OF 1967
posted 12 October 2014

Hello to all my fellow alumni!

I moved last year into a community for older people and really like it. I think I am the youngest here, at 65.

I have been working on my photos and finally finished my book about my life overseas that took me four years of hard work and editing to get it done! Now, if I could just get it published. If anyone knows someone in publishing, I would like to get in touch with them.

From Melissa Miller (email dated 12 October 2014)

Read previous messages from Melissa


SAD NEWS
From Tommy Noonan's daughters, Adrienne and Melissa
posted 12 October 2014

Photo on your left of Tommy, Vicki, and George Noonan was taken very recently.
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Tommy Noonan (AIS Class of 1964) passed away on 22 September 2014 in hospice, after a swift decline following a fall. He was 69. His health had been in decline for many years.

We have been overwhelmed by the kind notes and generous outreach from Tommy's friends around the world - including many from AIS including Bill Lanigan, Mark Isenberg, Susan Rosenfeld and their daughter Ayelet Girard.

American International School, New Delhi, is influential time and place for the Noonan family - with Tommy, George & Vicki all alumni - and remains so today. For this, we are ever grateful. And we very much enjoyed reading Tommy's senior page in the AIS '64 yearbook - if he's only channeled his gift for argument and debate into actually being a foreign service lawyer! His sly wit and acerbic humour certainly stuck with him throughout his life.

Read more on Tommy


FROM ANDREW CLUGSTON, AES CLASS OF 1997
posted 26 September 2014

Andrew Clugston


I had the pleasure of meeting fellow classmate, Musarrat Shomee Qureshi, today after 26 years. One simply started where one left off…and now with a shared nostalgia of banyan trees, Delhi traffic, a river of great childhood stories, and a friendship forged in common global experiences.
This photo was taken at Stampede 66 by Stephan Pyles in Dallas, Texas.
(Email dated 26 September 2014)




DELHI WALLA CHRONICLES #4
by Jeff Myers, Class of 1962
posted 22 September 2014

Class of 1962 Alumni

As a member of the original graduating class of 1962, (and lucky enough to have weathered 52 more years of the storms of life since then), I feel compelled to pen a report on some of the continued escapades and activities of the infamous group of AIS Alums who have dubbed themselves the "Delhi Wallas".

This will be the fourth (4th) in a Series which we affectionately call the "DELHI WALLA CHRONICLES." Read more from Jeff.


AIS/AES 2015 Reunion
Hyatt Regency
Crystal City, Virginia (10-12 July 2015)

India Lives In All of Us

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!



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AIS/AES 2015 REUNION
Hyatt Regency
Crystal City, Virginia
(10-12 July 2015)

Calenda

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.

Event Registration
Hotel Reservation

Click here for more information and to follow the reunion as plans unfold.


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ALUMNI DUES
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.


AES REVISITED

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!


YEARBOOKS
2014 Yearbook Cover
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?
Read more about them!


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WELCOME BACK!!
-(Perry) Connell, Charlene, Former AIS Music Teacher
-Wheeler Newberry, Sue Class of 1970
-Klemer, Ben Class of 1975
-Woodman, Lee Class of 1965


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