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Dear Management Committee: When was the last time you called your Stanislites?

“Cold calling is the process of approaching prospective customers or clients, typically via telephone, who were not expecting such an interaction.” - Wikipedia

To every suggestion to those who lead SSESA the response is – ‘We should have thought of that’ – Having spent 2007 asking whatever happened to the Stanislite database – Is it updated? – Do we ever call our Stanislite community? – I think the time is right to remind folks the relevance of connecting with a fellow Stanislite.

Breakfast Meeting Highlights

Here are a few highlights of the first Breakfast meeting 
  • Gerry Mascarenhas made the opening speech
  • Total Attendees : 40 approx
  • Demographic of Attendees: Teachers + Alumni + Staff
  • Paul gave a very informative presentation
  • Anupam Gupta and Jose Rodrigues will assist in TTTP/BM programs
  • Feedback forms were distributed
  • A moderator for each event will be provided in the future to keep the Q&A relevant to the discussion.
  • Light Refreshments and Tea were served for the participants.

Congratulations to all the participants, volunteers, the presenter and the leads.

Keep the food dry, it’s raining: Mumbai Mirror

Keep the food dry, it’s raining: Mumbai Mirror
http://www.zeenews.com/articles.asp?aid=390864&sid=NEW&sname==

Mumbai, Aug 25: Parents of students studying in Bandra’s St Stanislaus High School are a worried lot. They say their children would be deprived of nutritious food following the school’s directive against bringing messy ‘wet’ food for lunch earlier this month. But the school claims this is a temporary arrangement for the monsoon.

Wireless Man of Nepal


A trekker with a mission: Mahabir Pun is the man from Myagdi that has the famous Ghorepani village of the Annapurna trekking route. Thanks to Pun, the area is now connected to the world via wireless computer networks. Pic by Ghanashyam Khadka

Kathmandu- When Mahabir Pun returned to his birthplace after 24 years with an American degree, his own relatives in Nangi village of Myagdi district didn’t recognize him. That was in 1992. Since then he has connected the villagers to the rest of the world by establishing wireless computer networks in the hills and there is no one in the region who doesn’t know about him. On Tuesday, the world knew about the 52-year-old Nepali social development worker: Pun won this year’s prestigious Magsaysay Awards which is regarded as the Noble Prize of Asia.

Barefoot College

The Barefoot College (http://www.barefootcollege.org) began in 1972 with the conviction that solutions to rural problems lie within the community.

The College addresses problems of drinking water, girl education, health & sanitation, rural unemployment, income generation, electricity and power, as well as social awareness and the conservation of ecological systems in rural communities.

The College benefits the poorest of the poor who have no alternatives.

The Rangwala Family Hosting The Sharma's



Sabbir Rangwala, alumni from the Class of 1975 who is now living in the US recently hosted Master Sharma and his family. Master Sharma has been crisscrossing the US with stops in San Francisco, Las Vegas and NY/NJ area. Master Sharma will be in Boston till July 13.

We thank the Rangwala family for bringing us this beautiful moment in time.

Regards.

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