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40th Anniversary Reunion

The beginning of October 2010 we had the great pleasure of celebrating the 40th Anniversary Reunion of Salzburg College.

After several days of being in constant motion attending numerous events and tours, a part of the very-dressed-up group assembles for aAlumna Cathy Morgan  with her Austrian family whom she visits regularly.Alumnae Dena Sedar and Shannon Rasmussen with Andrew Phelps, 1989/90 alumnus and current Salzburg College photography instructor.Dr. Virginia Owen gets re-acquainted with alumna Marlene Chamberland and her husband Rich Van Ollefen.  They are supposed to be checkinThis group is not playing Paper, Scissors, Stone; theyre trying to decide what goodies to order for dinner.  Ten years without BräuA formal photo-op with (right to left) Ina, (former faculty member) Dr. Ed Stuart and his wife.Gretel announces raffle prizes.  The raffle was something new to the Augustiner kick-off assembly this year. What was amazing was thatAxel and Gretel.Gretel and Ina review the schedules of Yu Sekine and Naoko Kawasaki, alumnae from Sophia University, Japan.One of the Salzburg posters was won by Spring 71 alumnus, Steve Schatz, who was grateful he didnt win the Mozartkugeln.  Steve is a sGretel and alumna Cathy Morgan look very chic in their Dirndls.  Several alumni bought Dirndls and Trachtenanzüge as souvenirs of the rToo many choices!  Should I take the Semmel or the Schwarzbrot, the Schinken, the Apfelstrudel or K äsekuchen?  Oh, make it one of eachStanding in the entryway to Salzburg College on Ursulinenplatz, Director Phoebe Mayer helps a student figure out how to get to her nextEveryones enjoying the food -- and the conversation -- during lunch at Salzburg College on October 1, 2010.At the sandwich buffet luncheon at Salzburg College, Spring 71 alumni Connie and Ron Koehn (seated) show off their wedding (Sept. 7, 1Current students and alumni get to meet at the luncheon.Sharing old memories at the October 1 luncheon at Ursulinenplatz.left to right: Gail Bartik, Cesare Somaini, Margaret Winkler and Susan Goldman look at work done by students.19  Music plays a part in most Salzburg College Events.  Oliver Kraft plays the flute at the October 1 reception in the Alte Residenz.The Governor of Salzburg, Gabi Burgstaller (left), welcomes the attendees to Salzburg and presents Dr. Ina Stegen, former Director of SThe Governor and InaDirector of Salzburg College, Phoebe Mayer.The audience listens to speakers congratulate Dr. Ina Stegen, founder of Salzburg College, and talk about how the College changed theirIna thanks everyone who contributed to the Colleges success.Dr. Virginia Owen, economics faculty member, explains that teaching at Salzburg College forever influenced the direction her research tPlans to create a Salzburg College scholarship in honor of Dr. Ina Stegen highlighted comments from Connie Koehn (Spring ’71 alumna).Naoko Tsujita, 1992/1993, explains how she had to get used to American students asking her personal questions not discussed in polite cDr. Elisabeth Schreiner, Salzburg College mother, at first did not realize that being a host mom would be a life-changing opportunityDr. Wagnleitner (faculty member) talks about the Colleges mission to bring understanding among different peoples.Dr. Wagnleitner says there are over 6,300 Salzburg College alumni!Ina with alumnae from JapanInas husband, Dr. Helmut Fischer, flaunts Inas flowers!Leopoldskron Garden:  The well-tended formal garden is the perfect foreground for the distant Untersberg.Some of the alumni in the garden of Schloss LeopoldskronIn the courtyard of the old Meierhof.left to right:  Ernst Eulenberger, Dr. Nancy Vrechek (Fall 71/Spring 72), Jacqueline Klauer (Fall 71), Mark de Jager get to renew aNiccol ò Olgiate (oboe) and Izabella Egri (cello) set the tone for the evening.Andrew Phelps, 1989/90 alumnus and current Salzburg College photography instructor, presents Ina with the book “Salzburg: What did it aIn addition to the book, Ina receives an armload of roses, and a huge round of applause.On behalf of the alumni, Ron Koehn (Spring 71) thanks Gretel Kaulisch for all of her work for the school, and for organizing this mostCathy Morgans (Spring 83) thank-you to Ina elicits laughter and tears.One of Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus water games at Schloss Hellbrunn.  After the music, speeches and dinner, attendees had a tourDessert was served at the Prince-Archbishops dining table.  Look closely and you will notice an elongated hole in each seat.  Only theErnst Eulenberger, Dr. Nancy Vrechek (1971/1972), Yu Sekine, Steve Schatz (Spring 71), Ron Koehn (Spring 71), and Rich Van Ollefen quThis nighttime photo does do justice to the beauty of the Schloss.  Thanks to Axel Kaulisch for documenting the proceedings.Connie & Ron Koehn (both Spring 71) enjoy a quiet moment for dessert far away from the water jets of the Prince-Archbishops dining taThe Prince-Archbishop and his guests had quite a view, didnt they?  Well, so did we.  And we stayed dry.Frank Scrivener, Marlene Chamberland (Spring 73) and her husband, Rich, enjoy their dessert.Dr. Stegen and Oliver Kraft discuss his music over coffee.  The group enjoyed Mr. Krafts performance at the October 1 anniversary celePhotography faculty member and Salzburg College alumnus, Andrew Phelps, and his wife pose for posterity after dessert.Catherine Scola, Elyse McAnally and Alci Arias, CCIS representative, are all smiles after the festivities.Diane Gallan, Nicole Berger and their mothers enjoyed their dinner and now are enjoying one anothers company.Ron & Connie Koehn (both Spring 71), Dr. Stegen, Dr.Nancy Mactague (Spring 71) and Steve Schatz (Spring 71) in the  Venetian Room ofFor about the first 30 years of the College, classes were held in the pink building, the Meierhof, which is to the left of the Schloss.Schloss Leopoldskron is well maintained.  One cannot tell what work is original, the work of Max Reinhardt, or restoration.
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