Princeton University    Class of 1951

(Updated July 5, 2018)


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It’s Not Too Late !

It’s not too late to sign up for our fabulous mini-reunion in magical Montreal with a two-day optional extension to the incomparable “Old French” city of Quebec.  We have already assembled an unusually congenial group of classmates, wives and associates including First vice President Ted Thomas, most recent past President John Ellicott and our devoted associate, Martha Lewis.  Almost all of the group has opted for the extension to Quebec City September 24-26 after spending the September 20-24 weekend in Montreal.

Even if you have been to Montreal and Quebec before, the visit will be new and different giving you a behind the scenes view and interesting experiences not available to tourists.  Dick Cruess, one of Canada’s most honored physicians who has lived in Montreal since medical school, will be hosting us with cocktails at his home, dinner at a leading downtown club, a visit to McGill and its world-famous medical museum and informative talks by academic experts on such topics as U.S. – Canadian relations (a hot topic today) and comparison of the respective health care systems.   All of the hotel, dining, sightseeing and related arrangements have been handled by the University’s alumni travel organization, Princeton Journeys, and one of Journey’s representatives will accompany us to handle any problems and to make sure our stay in Montreal and Quebec is thoroughly enjoyable for all.

A copy of a brochure describing our mini-reunion in detail and including registration forms can be found above  [ Click “Montreal Mini” ] Children, grandchildren and other companions are welcome to join us.  We have invited members of the classes of ’50, ’52 and ’53 to join us as well; if you have friends in these classes who might be interested, give them a call.  If you have questions or problems, call Princeton Journeys at (609) 258-8686

We hope to see you in Montreal on September 20.

Charlie Ganoe

’51 Secretary