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2016 PICNIC UPDATE
Several people have asked if we are planning another AIS/AES PICNIC at our house in September. Due to family obligations, we are foregoing the picnic this year. Hopefully your interest remains high next year so we have the opportunity
CLASSMATES MEET IN BANGKOK
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GAMES OF THE 31st OLYMPIAD
INDIA'S 70th ANNIVERSARY
NEW AES DIRECTOR
We send a warm welcome and namaste to the new AES Director,
Please click on image to read Mrs. Stern's bio.
AMBASSADOR'S HOUSE ISN'T A HOME - YET
2016 DUES REMINDER
We appreciate and thank members who have paid their 2016 AIS/AES Alumni Association dues. Your annual dues help cover administrative costs such as the website and all website-related expenses to maintain it, bank fees, fees to maintain our tax status as a non-profit organization and other administrative expenses. Any remaining dues money is used toward down payments (deposits) for our all-school reunions that we host every five years. Unlike many colleges and other associations, we only ask for a nominal $25/per year; however, we welcome any donation.
For more information and to pay dues, please visit our Dues Page
PAST MEETS PRESENT
Say hello to Shelley Johnson (Class of 1972; seated on the right). Many of you might remember that Shelley was a Member at Large for about five years - retiring from our Board of Directors in 2010.
Shelley continues to stay in touch with alumni, and it's always good to see her and catch up whenever there is an opportunity.
NEW ALUMNI AUTHOR
Eric Allen Atwood (AES Class of 1984) has published his first book entitled New Thinking New Being: Moving From "The Daily Grind" to a More Meaningful, Deeply Fulfilling Life. The book offers readers a new way to look at and approach fundamental aspects of life, including work, time, money, relationships, spirituality, addictions, personal fears, and personal goals. In addition to offering practical exercises and activities that people can apply to create more desirable results in their life, New Thinking New Being presents Eric's insights on various areas of life and many of his personal experiences, several of which took place overseas in countries such as Colombia, Afghanistan, India, and New Zealand. If you're feeling stuck, unhappy, fearful, or frustrated in any area of your life, this book will offer you potential ways to get unstuck. New Thinking New Being is available on Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and other retailers.
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THANK YOU TO OUR CUSTODIANS AND MAINTENANCE TEAMS
Too often, we take for granted all the hard work that was physically put into building our school over the years and the custodians and maintenance teams that continue to take care of it and the campus. Because of them, we have one of the most beautiful schools and loving memories of it. Thank you!
Maura Moynihan's India-Inspired Paintings on View in Manhattan
Many thanks to all of you who've bought my books, and read
IN MEMORY OF THE CHAMP
Former heavy weight champion, Muhammad Ali, who battled Parkinson's disease for decades, died 3 June 2016 after spending days in the hospital for respiratory issues.
Here is a photo of him signing autographs in 1980 at the American Embassy School.
TAJ MAHAL PHOTOS
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CLASS OF 2016 GRADUATION
Congratulations, AES Class of 2016! To quote Dr. Seuss, "Oh the