2011 – Fall ’21 Class Letter
2011 – Fall 2021 Class Letter
SHANE ROEBER ’11
M: (262) 617-7707 / H: (262) 695-0555 / [email protected]
Dear Class of 2011,
Summer is my favorite time of the year in Wisconsin and it’s winding down. It’s a bummer. However, fall does bring a lot of nice things – such as Oktoberfest, pumpkin spice (though I’m not sure why this is just a fall thing? It’s not like you can’t ask for pumpkin spice in the spring if you wanted), hopefully some playoff baseball, and my birthday. It also brings with it this Class Letter. So, here are a few updates from the past six months or so that you may be interested in:
For Alumni Weekend 2021, alumni and guests from 29 states, including Alaska and Hawaii, were on campus, Aug. 6-8, representing the classes of 1961 to 2023. Further, our class celebrated our 10-year Reunion. It was nice to see everyone who was able to attend and thank you to those who contributed to our class gift! Save the date for Alumni Weekend 2022, which will go back to our traditional end of June date: June 23-26, 2022.
Classes started on Monday, August 30, and the academic year is in full swing with in-person classes. The College is continuing to follow CDC and Fond du Lac County Health Department guidelines regarding COVID safety protocols.
Speaking of COVID, this past year the College had a record-breaking number of donors for #OneDayRally in April 2021, with 2,087 individual donors from around the world. This undoubtedly helped the College, and its students, in an unprecedented time. If you were able to donate, thank you!
Below, you will find some class messages. Admittedly, I dropped the ball on reaching out this time around. I’ll pester you all a little more next time. Thank you to those who sent in something to share! Keep killin’ it in medical aesthetics, ALLISON JENSEN WALTERS ’11!
JOHN LIGHTFIELD ’11 of Burlington, Wisconsin, started a new career as an Administrative Law Judge with Wisconsin’s Department of Workforce Development on March 29, 2021.
ALLISON JENSEN WALTERS ’11 of Apple Valley, Minnesota, writes, “Killin’ it in medical aesthetics at the Hydrafacial Company.”
Take care and stay healthy,
SHANE ROEBER ’11