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Alumni activities

Southern Hospitality

140 Canadians and Hab-friendly guests turned out for the Fourth Annual Canadian Hockey Night in Atlanta in January, including special guest Ralph Mellanby, a former executive producer of CBC television's "Hockey Night in Canada." The Montreal Canadiens lost 1-0 to the Atlanta Thrashers, but a great time was had by all nonetheless.

Ralph Mellanby, Atlanta-area branch president Heidi Allardyce, BA'79, and Astrid Pregel, Consul General of Canada to Atlanta.

From left: Joan Sankey, Arlene Hormann, Deborah Lemieux, BA'98, and husband, Heidi Allardyce, BA'79, and Michael Hormann.

Sporting Good Time in Victoria

The Victoria branch held their annual Fall Luncheon in November at the Dunsmuir Lodge. Olympic rower Greg Stevenson, BCom'91, gave a presentation on the state of amateur sport in Canada.

From left: Corinna Stevenson, BEd'93, Greg Stevenson, Sharon Gillean, MBA'79, and Jack Shalinsky.

Door-prize winners Lloyd Stephens-Newsham, PhD'48, and Lois Newsham model their McGill bucket hats.

Spelunking in the Capital Region

Members of the McGill Young Alumni of Ottawa went exploring in Lusk Cave this past September in Gatineau Park. In addition to subterranean activities, the group also went hiking and held a barbecue.

Ottawa grads take a rest on their hike in Gatineau Park.

In Lusk Cave, from left: Tania Hall, BEd'97, Ziad Hachem, BEng'99, Marcus Lem, BSc'88, Paul Waksberg, BCom'92.

Get Me to the Game on Time

New York alumnus and branch president Lloyd Olsson, BSc'83, went out of his way to cheer on the Martlets hockey team at a game in New Haven, Connecticut, in January. Alas, game time was moved forward and Lloyd missed the action, but he did manage to get himself into a team photo.

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