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Alumni Business Circle Meeting

Alumni Business Circle to meet Nov. 20

Please join us on Thursday, Nov. 20, as we enjoy a breakfast meeting from 7:30-9 a.m. at Karem’s Grill & Pub in Norton Commons (9924 Norton Commons Blvd.). The restaurant is owned and operated by Trinity alumnus Louie Karem ’83.

Please make your reservation online by Monday, Nov. 17.


Where:            Karem’s Grill & Pub in Norton Commons (9424 Norton Commons Blvd.)


Date:               Thursday, Nov. 20


Time:               7:30-9 a.m.


Deadline:         Please RSVP by noon Monday, Nov. 17.



Upcoming Meeting Dates:

January 2015 - TBA


The Trinity Alumni Business Circle meets monthly and serves as a forum for Trinity alumni to meet with fellow Trinity alumni to talk about and seek advice for their businesses. The Alumni Business Circle provides a means for alumni to reconnect with their school and classmates, as well as make new business contacts and garner ideas from other Trinity alumni-owned businesses.

Join the Trinity High School Alumni LinkedIn group to stay connected with the Trinity Alumni Association community.
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