AOLG alumnae receive 2018 Distinguished Golden Alumnae Award

From left to right, front row: Ernestina A. Cruz, Dolores M. Pangelinan, Antoinette P. Sanford, Frances U. Taitano, Angelina B. Aflague, First Lady Christine M.S. Calvo, Magdalena D. Suzuki, Evelyn S. Leon Guerrero, Lourdes Leon Guerrero, Carmelita Merfalen, Elizabeth M. Bitanga, AOLG president Sister Mary Angela Perez of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, Class of ‘64; and back row: AOLG principal Mary A. T. Meeks Class of ‘69, Bernadette L.O. Sablan, Linda C. Ortiz, Teresita S. Flores, Judith P. Salas, Teresita L.G. Pereira, Mariles D. Benavente, Dorothy A. Camacho, Roseleen M. Brown, Barbara R. Borja, Carmelita S. Concepcion, Leilani M. Nelson, Daria C. Reyes, and  34th Guam Legislature Vice Speaker, Honorable Senator Therese Terlaje, Class of ‘81. Not shown: Antoinette P. Rosario. (Photo courtesy of AOLG)

The Academy of Our Lady of Guam (AOLG) Class of 1968, the Golden Jubilarians, continue to celebrate their 50th anniversary as a class. On May 1, 2018, some of the 1968 Class members celebrated with the AOLG Class of 2018 at the 20th Annual Senior Luncheon at the Governor’s House in Agaña Heights.

For the first time in Academy’s history, the 2018 Distinguished Golden Alumnae Award was not given to an individual, but to an entire class—the Class of 1968. This Award recognizes alumnae who have demonstrated service and giving to their alma mater and community.

Congratulations to the Class of 1968 on their achievements as a class. May you remain “forever young.”

Information and photo courtesy of AOLG