Save the Date! Homecoming 2014 will be Friday, November 7th and Saturday, November 8th!!
The Norton Family in the History of Arizona will be the focus of our "Back to School" lecture in McClelland Park at 11:00 a.m.
The FCS Council Homecoming Awards Luncheon will held in the MCPRK lobby from 12-1:30pm.
Stay tuned for more information.
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The Norton School Council of Alumni and Friends
The purpose of the Alumni Council is to aid and support the goals of FCS through the participation in and communication of all relevant activities. During the year we host graduation celebrations, faculty/staff luncheon, and alumni receptions for past and present alumni. In addition to the many activities we coordinate and participate in, we raise money for student scholarships while serving as advocates on behalf of the School.
Did you know that through a matching program with MBNA, corporate sponsors and the UA Alumni Foundation we can double scholarship contributions to benefit our FCS students? Watch for the UA Alumni MBNA Visa Card offer! Sign on and when you use the card you are helping fund scholarships for our FCS students.
As President of the Council, I am excited to tell you about some of the great things that are happening at your School. The members of the Council are proud to have been an important part in the exciting changes for over twenty years. As you know I am most excited to extend you an invitation to UA Homecoming 2014. Join us for our annual luncheon on Friday, November 7th, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the McClelland Park Building. You can email me at email@example.com and I'll send you reservation information.
It will be a super time to greet "old" friends, to chat with professors and students, and to see first hand what is happening.