AIS/AES Alumni Network
American International School / American Embassy School -- New Delhi, India
AIS/AES Alumni Association, Inc.,





SPAN
posted 8 November 2019
posted 2 November 2019 (Facebook)

Here is the article on AIS from the
September 1963 issue of SPAN magazine.

Contributed by Ted Beck (AIS Class of 1969)

Please click on the image to view this issue.





CHANGING OF THE GUARDS
posted 7 November 2019

The Board of Directors is excited to introduce the new Association President, Katherine Arens (AES Class of 1979). Katherine joined the board as a Director in April 2017 and became Recording Secretary in October 2018 before being elected as President. When asked how she felt about her new role, she replied: "It is a bittersweet moment in the life of the AIS/AES Alumni Association. Retired President, Mary Williamson, was a dynamic, actively-engaged leader and an inspiration to this association and me personally. I look forward to working with the association board and getting to know you all. If you are interested in working with us, let me know! If you have ideas about the 2021 Reunion - or you want to join the Reunion Committee - let us know! We'd love to hear from you."

Katherine T. Arens After attending the 2015 Reunion, Katherine was excited to join the Board of Directors. When asked, she immedi-
ately agreed to become the Recording Secretary and to help alumni remain in contact and strengthen the bonds that we all share. She said India was quite an experience for all of us.

Currently, Katherine lives and works about 50 miles south of Wash-
ington, DC, for a great marketing firm in Tysons, Virginia, and works mostly from home where she is supervised by Olivander Snicker-
doodle, her trusty yellow lab. She loves to paint, mostly in oils and enjoys ceramics and now resin work.

"It's the human connection, the love and friendships that keep us united. it's the treasured memories and the opportunity to reconnect."


THE AIS/AES ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BIDS A FOND ADIEU
TO RETIRING PRESIDENT, MARY WILLIAMSON

posted 1 November 2019

Please join us in extending best wishes to Mary Flanagan Williamson (AIS Class of 1974), on her retirement as President of the AIS/AES Alumni Association Board of Directors, effective Novem-
ber 1, 2019. Mary joined the board in 2005 and
held the positions of Recording Secretary and
Vice President before she was elected Association President in January 2011.

Mary attended AIS from 1971-1973; her mother's work with the US Department of State brought them to India. Prior to New Delhi, Mary and her family lived in Calcutta (now Kolkata), India, where she and her sisters attended the American International School of Calcutta (AISC) for four years.

Always a very active alumna, Mary served many years as her class secretary as a way to locate and keep in touch with classmates.
Read more of Mary's accomplishments while serving on the Board, before and after becoming President.



1) Dhanyavaad (Announcement to Former Board Members, 25 OCT 2019)
2) Mission Accomplished (Notification to Current Board Members, 25 OCT 2019)
3) Moving Forward & New President Voting Process (25 OCT 2019)
4) Thank You to All (posted 6 November 2019)


SOLO PHOTO EXHIBIT
posted 22 October 2019

Photographer Anne Delano Weathersby (AIS Class of 1965) continues to host her solo photo exhibit for nine (9) more weeks at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center, 273 Hilltop Lane, Annapolis, Maryland, 21403.
All are invited; and when you walk through Anne's exhibit, please stop by to say hello to our alumni!


Please click on image to view announcement enlarged.


YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN
posted 14 October 2019

The book that we are going to
be presenting to the School
when we visit them in a few weeks is done. It's got a range
of fascinating stories and lots
of photos of the good old days. We could not have done this without the help of Celia Murphy ('79) and, of course, without the photos from Taka Yamanouchi
('70) and Tim Brown ('70), who thoroughly documented our lives at the time.
For those of you who submitted photos with your stories, we were not able to use all of them due to pixilation problems, so we apologize for that. The book is published by Mixbook. (You will have to create an account with MixBook) While it is expensive on its own without a 50% sale, it's more reachable if you go on the site daily and wait for a 50% discount at the top band of the site. If you order as a group of 10, the price goes down even further. You can view/order the book with this link. Otherwise, please click here if you'd like just the stories. We
hope you will enjoy this labor of love!
Tina Thuermer '69, Ellen Turner '69


THROWBACK THURSDAY
posted 10 October 2019

2018 Yearbook Cover Many thanks to Suzanne Fricke (AIS Class of 1972) for contributing the AIS 1971-1972 High School Profile.
Enjoy some fun and interesting statistics from that year!
Please click on the image to view enlarged.



NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS TREASURER
posted 29 September 2019

BIG Exciting NEWS!

Please help us welcome Claire Saint-Rossy (Class
of 1975) as our new Board Treasurer. Claire attend-
ed AIS from January 1965 through June 1968, along
with two older sisters and a younger brother, dur-
ing the period when their father worked with the United Nations - UNESCO took their family to New Delhi. "I am amazed when recalling the rich exposure to Indian religious and cultural sites that I got through the myriad field trips planned for us by AIS's elementary school teachers - what great teachers they were."
Claire moved to metro DC before the 2015 reunion, which made it possible for her to reconnect with a handful of old friends who attended. Now she is able to visit with close friends with some reg-
ularity. We are lucky to have her on our board and feel confident
that our fiduciary responsibility to the association will be fulfilled. Welcome aboard, Claire!


MORE STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
posted 24 September 2019


Many thanks to Karen MacPherson Keen (Class of 1974) for contributing the 1971 Independent Study Project booklet, that
is filled with wonderful thoughts and expressions by students,
and the 1973 Awards Assembly Program. Please click on the
images above to read the publications. You can also find these
two publications (and more) on our website Student Publications
page.


2019 PICNIC
posted 21 September 2019

The weather was spectacular for the annual alumni
picnic today. It was the perfect opportunity to thank Anne Kerr on behalf of our entire alumni association
for her 16 years of service and dedication on our
Board of Directors.

Picnic Photos




DASHING YOUNG MEN
posted 17 September 2019

These dashing young men recently attended Anil Singh's
daughter's wedding in Connecticut.
From left to right: Ranjit Singh ('77); Malcolm Garg ('75);
Anil Singh ('76); Dave Garg ('76) and Andy McCord ('75)

Also there, Sue Jackson ('83). Photo contributed by Dave Garg.


Please click on image to view photo enlarged.


2019 YEARBOOKS
posted 17 September 2019

2018 Yearbook Cover Many thanks to Simonia Dawes (AES PR Assistant and Alumni Relations) for reducing the 2019 HS Yearbook
files for us. The yearbook is online now. Enjoy it and
the other two 2019 Yearbooks!



posted 27 August 2019


We're happy to report the 2019 Elementary and Middle School yearbooks are online now. Please view or download them from
our website Yearbooks page and enjoy! Thank you, AES.

Editor's Note: We have the 2019 HS yearbook (currently an enor-
mous file) and will post it once it has been resized. Coming soon!!



Please click on link to read PAST FRONT PAGE ARTICLES and to view PHOTOS.






MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the AIS/AES Alumni Association is to promote and facilitate the lifelong communication and camaraderie of alumni, parents of alumni, faculty and staff.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS
We are a small non-profit organization. All board mem-
bers are happy volunteers
and do not collect a paycheck.
Please MEET THEM!!


UPCOMING EVENTS
upcomingeventsgraphics

Currently, none


HELP US KEEP CONNECTED
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Convenient Ways to Donate

We are a non-profit organization, which exists to keep our AIS/AES Community together and to help promote reunions and other activities. We also host our all-school AIS/AES Reunions every five years, where all alumni (whether they graduated from our school or not), faculty, staff and family members are invited.

We appreciate any contribution, in the form of dues, to help support our board admini-
strative costs. Your donation helps pay our annual bills, such as the website and costs to keep it engaged and much more. Any remaining donations after our bills are paid is applied towards down pay-
ments for our reunions. We suggest a small donation of $25 per calendar year; how-
ever, we are grateful for any contribution. Help us keep connected!

Convenient Ways to Donate


ASSOCIATION MOTTO
The theme for the AIS/AES Alumni Associations 2015 Reunion, India Lives in All
of Us
, captured the spirit of alumni who lived at one time
in New Delhi and attended the American Embassy School (formerly the American International School). Shortly after the success of the 2015 Reunion and the admiration of
its theme lingered on, the Board voted unanimously to adopt the theme as the association motto.


YEARBOOKS
2018 Yearbook Cover
Click here to find six 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.


SOCIAL MEDIA

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THEN AND NOW

Experience the enjoyment felt by many AIS/AES alumni who returned to Delhi and visited the school! Thank you for sharing your photos with us!


GOT NEWS?
Classmates love hearing from you!!
Click here to send your news and photographs for posting
on our website.
If you have a Facebook account, you're welcome to post on your own on our Timeline or request posting assistance from the administrator.
PS-We love photos!!


LOOKING FOR SOMEONE?
Try the class rosters


PAST FRONT PAGE ARTICLES
Click on link to read Past Front Page Articles and view photos.



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