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Menlo Atherton High School Launches an Official Alumni Network

Original post made by Chris on Oct 23, 2009

Hello Fellow Menlo-Atherton Bears!

Been in hibernation? It is time to reconnect with your classmates! The Menlo-Atherton Alumni Committee has now launched our new website in an attempt to connect all Bears past and present. Having just launched the site we are still trying to get our 100th alumni registered for the site but considering that M-A opened it's doors in 1951 we should be able to get more than 1,000 members pretty quickly! The website can be found on the web at Web Link. Our primary goal for developing this site is to help former classmates connect and keep our alumni informed about upcoming class reunions, special events and activities on and off campus. Who knows, this could prove to be a great networking opportunity as well. In addition to registering, please help ensure the success of this project by telling other classmates from M-A you are still in touch with about our new site. I look forward to seeing you online and am hopeful that, together, we can make this a success!

Chris Rubin
M-A Class of '97
crubin@seq.org

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