Panther Connection – July 2017

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Hart Cottage Renovation

As many of you know, we installed our new Hart Cottage RenovationChaplain, The Rev. Takako Terino, in March. Now we are working on renovating her new home on campus! The demo on the inside of the cottage has been completed. All new energy-efficient windows have been installed, as well as all-new cabinets and fixtures. We are on track to have Rev. Terino settled in her new home just in time for the start of the 2018 school year.

Thank you to all of our wonderful supporters who helped make this project possible!

Collie Refectory

Menaul School’s cafeteria is getting a long-Collie Refectoryawaited face-lift, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Along with the renovation, the cafeteria will have a new name, The Collie Refectory, in honor of a generous donation from the Collie family. With this renovation, Menaul School is offering you a great opportunity to get involved on the ground floor while offsetting some of the costs. It is a great way to memorialize a loved one or to show how much you, or your family, care about Menaul School. You can participate by doing the following:

  • $150 donation – your name will be displayed on a plaque on a chair
  • $1,500 donation – your name will be displayed on a plaque on a table
  • $2,000 donation – your name will be prominently displayed on a plate on a donor wall in the cafeteria

By giving today, your name or family name can be recognized as part of this gathering place where we break bread daily and share time together as a Menaul School family!

If you would like to donate to this project, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (505) 341-7220 or email Maggie Beck at MBeck@nullMenaulSchool.com.

Mission Trips to Menaul SchoolMission Trips to Menaul School

Members of Genesis Presbyterian Church in Littleton, CO and Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Evansville, IN visited the Menaul School campus to paint, clean, and help with repairs and remodeling as part of their mission trips. We are tremendously grateful for their help, as well as for all the groups who come from all over the United States, helping to keep our campus in good shape!