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CC Family Days Series Fosters Community

 

The Advancement Office hosted a successful Red Wings night on January 12 as part of the CC Family Days Series, bringing together current families and alumni to foster community and camaraderie.

LET’S GO RED WINGS! was cheered loud and proud by 160 Shamrock-Red Wings faithful from the gondola at Little Caesars Arena (LCA), leading the Red Wings to a 4-1 victory of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

One of the highlights of the night was watching the excitement and thrill of young Owen Morris ‘33, son of Shane Morris ‘08, riding the zamboni. 

"It was a great opportunity for current families and alumni to connect and build relationships," said Tim Burke ‘86, Director of Development and Alumni Relations. "CC camaraderie was on display throughout the evening.” 

The Advancement Office looks forward to hosting more events like this in the future. Go Red Wings, and go Shamrocks!

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