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AES ALUMNI RECEPTION IN SAN FRANCISCO
posted 12 January 2015
Updated posting 13 January 2015
Friendly Reminder 30 January 2015
Final Reminder: 6 February 2015
AES Director, Mr. Paul Chmelik, will be traveling on business in the next
few weeks to San Francisco, California, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
He is taking advantage of the opportunity to gather former AIS/AES students, parents, and faculty who may be in the two areas.
The first AES Reception will be San Francisco. Ann Mordine and Gary Singh, parents of Jessica (Class of '11) and Neena, have graciously opened up their home.
See the flyer below for reception information. If you are near or in the San Francisco area then or live there, you're welcome to join!
**UPDATE (13JAN2015): We regret a reception in Cambridge did not work out this time so there will only be the San Francisco reception.
Click here to see the poster enlarged (PDF)
AES 2013 ALUMNI RECEPTION
New Delhi, India (12 April 2013)
See pictures of the AES Alumni Dinner Reception held on Friday, 12 April 2013 here.
AES Alumni Dinner Reception
AES 2009 ALUMNI RECEPTION
New Delhi, India (17 December 2009)
Friends and alumni gathered at the American Embassy School New Delhi for the 2nd AES Alumni Reception on December 17th, 2009. Kneeling in front are Maura Moynihan and Siddiq Wahid. Standing behind them, from left are Preeti Garg, Aloka Dalal, Suresh Gupta, Dolly Suneja Narang, Ghafoor Wahid, Sunaina Suneja, Alka Bajaj, Sumathy Unny Sodhi, Leigh Punj (Parent) with grandson, Ryan (son of alumnus), Sharon Lowen, and an AES staff member. Behind them are Indrek Roy, Shrivatsa Somany, Mr. Chandna and V.J. Chandhok. In the last row extreme right is Deepak Sen, the two on his left are unidentified.
"We revelled in the second alumni reception at AES (AIS, forever, for some of us!) last evening! Many more alumni students and faculty had registered their acceptance than finally showed up but it mattered little to a group of us from the 70s who were so happy to meet each other again on territory so familiar that each visit is a pilgrimage - truly a Yatra". Read more from Sunaina Suneja, AES class of 1975.
Outstanding Alumni Awards "American Embassy School hosted the second AES Alumni Reception on December 17th, 2009. This year, the school initiated three AES Awards to recognize outstanding Alumni for their dedication and loyalty to the AES community. They are:
KC Gray Siebert, Class of 1970 – recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award
Alfie Campbell, parent & friend – recipient of the Distinguished Friend Award
Bandana Sen, faculty – recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Award."
Please visit AES next time you are in Delhi. - Preeti Garg, Communications Director
See 2009 RECEPTION PHOTOS
AES 2009 RECEPTION
New Delhi, India (16 January 2009)
The school almost unrecognisable and favourite places obscured, still had the open welcomingness that I treasure in my heart.
The guards forced to regulate parking and entry were friendly and more than cooperative even though we reached too too early right in the top traffic challenge time: School closing for the day and weekend!
from Kaneez Razavi, Class of 1971.
Read more about the 2009 Reception by Noor Ambika Brara, Class of 2010.