17 August 2014|College News, Past Pupils

On Thursday, August 21st, St Kieran’s College is delighted to welcome back the class of 1963 for their Class Reunion.  A lot of memories were made during their years here in the College (1958-1963) and we look forward to sharing those with them when they call into the College on that afternoon. Work to prepare the reunion has been carried out by one of that class – Denis Bergin.  

The class will meet around 4.30 p.m in St Kieran’s College for a Mass at 5.15.  Following the Mass Rev. Dr Dermot Ryan, as College President, will host a reception for the past pupils at 6pm before they depart for a meal in Langtons at 7.30pm. Maeve O’Byrne, Co-ordinator of the Maynooth Outreach which is located on the grounds of the College, will show the former students much of what is happening with this third level campus in St Kieran’s now and Mr John Curtis, as School Principal, will be on hand to welcome the lads back to the school and to show them not only the corridors and classrooms that will evoke so many memories but also give them a flavour of the many activities our students take part in today.

We look forward to this reunion – one of many had each year in the College.