Father's Year-End Appeal

My very dear and loyal alumni and friends,

            The fall season is upon us and it has been a lovely one so far. As the leaves change, people are preparing for the Thanksgiving season, a time to thank God for all the blessings that a loving God gives us.  At Alleman, we are thankful for our wonderful alumni and friends who bless us with their ongoing support.

            It will not be long before the Christmas season will be here when we celebrate the birthday of Jesus.  God loved us so much that He sent us His only Son to show us how much he loves us.

            It is this time of the year that I turn to you, if you are able, to help the little ole priest and to assist me to make sure that Alleman continues to be in excellent physical condition.  After 67 years (Alleman began in 1949), there are many things that need to be replaced and updated.  This is so important that when the students return to school that they continue to take pride in their school.

            This year, we would like to focus on capital improvements to the new wing of the school, updating classrooms with new lighting, floors, shades, and desks for all students and faculty.  There are 14 classrooms to renovate in the new wing.  In addition, we will use some of the funds for tuition assistance and technology upgrades.

Last year, because of your phenomenal generosity, we were able increase our tuition assistance fund so that students who want a Catholic education, but could not afford it, were still able to come to Alleman.

            All of this is only possible with the generosity of you wonderful people.  Your devotion and loyalty to the little ole school gives us a “touch of class.”  Yes my wonderful people, you are true Pioneers and you are greatly loved by the little ole priest.  God has blessed Alleman when he sent you here as a student.

            May you and all of your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving, a blessed and joyful Christmas, and a Happy and Healthy New Year.

Always and Ever,

Rev. Daniel Mirabelli, C.S.V.
Director of Development