As we look forward to the new academic year, we cannot help but reflect upon the past activities, events, and programs in which the Pinkerton Alumni Association has participated. What made these activities so rewarding
was the involvement with PA students, teachers, administrators, and alumni who were so essential to the completion of our agenda.
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The Fisher Cats will take on the Binghamton Mets on April 11 at the Northeast Delta Stadium in Manchester. Tickets are only $17 for alumni and include premium seating on the third base party deck, full dinner buffet, and fireworks display! Make it a mini-reunion with classmates or bring the family! Tickets are available through the Alumni Center at Pinkerton. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (603) 437-5217 ext. 2. We hope you'll join us!
Mark your calendar for May 17, 2014 for the Alumni 5K at PA race. You can register on-line by clicking the button below, or if you would like to print out a registration form and mail it, click here. The race will begin and end on the Pinkerton track and will feature a run through the scenic campus. Plan to arrive at 8 a.m. Parking is available on By-Pass 28 with a short walk to the track. The cost is $18 if you pre-register and $25 on race day. We are also offering a family rate of $36, so bring the kids! The first 100 people to register will receive a race t-shirt.
Nancy Jane Sweeney '87, owner of Lyoness Sportswear, will be offering a discount on high-quality, sports tops at the event. Check out her website!
2014 marks the 200th anniversary of Pinkerton Academy and much is planned. Click HERE or on the image for more information - or call Anne Parker in the Alumni Center at 603-437-5217. Pictured: Dedicated Pinkerton employees recently completed sewing special 200 year logos onto the winter sport uniforms. The Old Academy Building is open to the public during the week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A historical display, which features the photos of former Headmaster Edmund Angell, occupies the Olive Abbott gallery space on the first floor. Eagle Scout Andy Stock '14 along with Derry Town Historian, Richard Holmes, made the display possible. Photos are of Derry and Pinkerton from the late 1800's.