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New Student Sendoff is July 12th, 2017

 

Saturday, July 29th at 4 pm  -- Alex Montoya  at Wexford Ale House

Alex earned a BA Degree in Communications from the University of Notre Dame in 1996 (and a Master’s Degree in Sports Management from the University of San Francisco/Orange County 2008), and he is a business owner, international speaker, and published author. Alex was one of the first San Diegans mainstreamed from special-education in 1980, a feat that earned him a spot in the San Diego Unified School District “Hall of Fame” in 2013.  Alex is the former Manager of Latino Affairs for the San Diego Padres where he oversaw the team’s outreach and charitable programs to the Latino community in San Diego County and Mexico.

 

August 12th --- Kickball for a Cause -- Mellon Park on Beechwood Blvd

This is an event through PUMP -- Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project -- and raises money for local charities.  The charities this year are Big Brothers Big Sisters and Allegheny Clean Ways.  The registration fees will be $25 for players and $30 for spectators.  It is a 21+ event, and the registration fee includes 3+ kickball games, a tee shirt, food, nonalcoholic beverages, Miller beer, and a DJ. Any club members who can't make it out that day to play or watch the games are still welcome to donate to the cause. 

 

October 18th  – Networking Night – Location TBD

Over ND Fall Break, students and alumni are invited to meet up for a fun and informative evening.

 

October 25th -- UND Luncheon at Engineers Club

Rev. William M. Lies, C.S.C

Vice President for Mission Engagement & Church Affairs 

President's Leadership Council

Fr. Bill is the VP for Mission Engagement and Church Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, a role he began in March of 2012.  Fr. Bill formerly served as executive director of the Center for Center for Social Concerns (2002-2012) at Notre Dame. He also teaches in the Department of Political Science and is a fellow of both the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.  As the VP for Mission Engagement and Church Affairs, Fr. Bill assists in deepening the conversation across the academy on issues of importance to the Church. He is also the liaison for Notre Dame to the Congregation of Holy Cross, the University’s founding religious community, the U.S. Bishops, the USCCB and its affiliates, the Holy See, and he oversees the Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem.

Fr. Bill earned his bachelor’s degree in English with minors in French and Philosophy from Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota. He received his M.Div. degree from the University of Notre Dame and his doctorate in political science from the University of Pittsburgh. His research and teaching has focused on human rights, religion and politics in Latin America, and the politics of poverty. He has given talks and lectures throughout the country, and serves on a number of related domestic and international boards. In 2013, Fr. Bill received Catholic Charities U.S.A.’s “Keep the Dream Alive” award that honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.





OUR FOOTBALL TICKET EXCHANGE IS OPEN!

 

The rules are as always:

1.    Dues-paying members are taken care of before any other requests.

2.    First come - first served.  

3.    Email (preferred method) or call your request to the Club office, stating which games and HOW MANY tickets you need/have, phone number & email address.  If you need a set of 4 together, please state that so we don’t waste time with sets of 2!

4.    When a transaction is completed, or your needs are filled/changed, please let me know so that I can keep an up-to-date list.

5.    Selling and buying out right (not trading) seems to work best.

6.    Face value of each ticket (or less) is the preferred acceptable amount to charge.   

Please try to be specific that you HAVE tickets to sell or NEED tickets to a game.  I will not put your request on the Exchange until I know what you are requesting.  If I have to email you a question about what you are trying to tell me, that will delay your request being posted.

As tickets become available, I will put you in touch with a potential "match" and you can work out the logistics.

If you have extra tickets, it is never a good idea to wait until the week before the game to notify me of their availability.  Earlier is always better!

The Notre Dame Athletic Tickets Resale Policy applies to all ticket exchanges:

http://my.nd.edu/s/1210/myND/interior-2col.aspx?sid=1210&gid=1&pgid=17844

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.



  

 

 

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We are happy to welcome everyone!


 
 

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Serving Alumni, Students and Friends of Our Lady's University Since 1908

The Notre Dame Club of Pittsburgh is an active, growing club dedicated to providing Notre Dame Alumni and friends in the Pittsburgh area with a wide variety of social, networking, and social concerns opportunities. The Club also helps to provide student buses for Notre Dame students traveling to and from the Pittsburgh area and campus during the five semester breaks. Most importantly, the club members stay active in social concerns events including an urban plunge experience and a summer service project for current Notre Dame students.










July 28th  -- Alex Montoya at the Rivers Club 

 

Alex earned a BA Degree in Communications from the University of Notre Dame in 1996 (and a Master’s Degree in Sports Management from the University of San Francisco/Orange County 2008), and he is a business owner, international speaker, and published author. Alex was one of the first San Diegans mainstreamed from special-education in 1980, a feat that earned him a spot in the San Diego Unified School District “Hall of Fame” in 2013.  Alex is the former Manager of Latino Affairs for the San Diego Padres where he oversaw the team’s outreach and charitable programs to the Latino community in San Diego County and Mexico.

 

August 12th --- Kickball for a Cause -- Mellon Park on Beechwood Blvd

 

This is an event through PUMP -- Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project -- and raises money for local charities.  The charities this year are Big Brothers Big Sisters and Allegheny Clean Ways.  The registration fees will be $25 for players and $30 for spectators.  It is a 21+ event, and the registration fee includes 3+ kickball games, a tee shirt, food, nonalcoholic beverages, Miller beer, and a DJ. Any club members who can't make it out that day to play or watch the games are still welcome to donate to the cause. 


July 28th  -- Alex Montoya at the Rivers Club 

 

Alex earned a BA Degree in Communications from the University of Notre Dame in 1996 (and a Master’s Degree in Sports Management from the University of San Francisco/Orange County 2008), and he is a business owner, international speaker, and published author. Alex was one of the first San Diegans mainstreamed from special-education in 1980, a feat that earned him a spot in the San Diego Unified School District “Hall of Fame” in 2013.  Alex is the former Manager of Latino Affairs for the San Diego Padres where he oversaw the team’s outreach and charitable programs to the Latino community in San Diego County and Mexico.

 

August 12th --- Kickball for a Cause -- Mellon Park on Beechwood Blvd

 

This is an event through PUMP -- Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project -- and raises money for local charities.  The charities this year are Big Brothers Big Sisters and Allegheny Clean Ways.  The registration fees will be $25 for players and $30 for spectators.  It is a 21+ event, and the registration fee includes 3+ kickball games, a tee shirt, food, nonalcoholic beverages, Miller beer, and a DJ. Any club members who can't make it out that day to play or watch the games are still welcome to donate to the cause. 


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Annual Events:


Jan:  Urban Plunge

Feb:  Membership Meeting

Mar: St. Baldrick's Day

Apr: Football Ticket Lottery

May: Month of Service

Jun: Summer Service
         

Jul:  Club Picnic
        Ticket Exchange

        Student Sendoff 


Aug:

Sep: Gamewatches
         PSL Kickball
         

Oct:  Networking Night

UND Luncheon

Nov:  Appalachia Gift Drive
         Hesburgh Lecture

Dec: Communion Brkfst




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