Check out the first edition of the e-newsletter, Connections, for AHN Alumnae! You asked to be more informed about what fellow classmates and friends were doing, and what is going on at AHN, so please review this new newsletter and let us know what you think!

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List of 7 news stories.

  • Class of 1985

    Congratulations to Margaret Morgan Weichert '85, who recently was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the Deputy Dierctor for Management for the Office of Management and Budget.  Margaret hails from a true AHN Legacy Family.  She is the daughter of Mary Alice Conners Morgan'57 and the sister of Mea Morgan Schroeder '89. She is also the niece  of Margaret Conners Harrigan '62 and Maureen Conners '89.
  • Class of 2011

    Emma Lasch '11 at New York State Capital
  • Class of 2014

    Shannon Hunter graduated from Siena in May, receiving her BS in 3 year) and will start on her MS this Fall at Siena College.
  • Class of 2015

    Bridget Hunter graduated from HVCC in May with an AAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology. This Fall she will attend Clarkson University, where she will be working on her BS in mechanical engineering.
  • Class of 1968

    Mary Martin Dunck recently reconnected with classmate Terri Williams Wood'68 when she discovered that they both live in Florida.  The reminisced over all the memories they shared from AHN.  And when Mary visited Albany she reconnected with her classmates Genie Treffiletti, Martha Fiato and Gail Kuhn Mannarino-and they are all looking forward to their 50th Reunion!
  • Class of 2005

    Melanie Lynch Murphy was recently married to Mark Murphy at Mercy Chapel in Albany on April 22, 2017.  Many AHN alumnae were in attendance.  Congratulations!
  • Annmarie Lizzi '87 Directs Magic in Saratoga Springs

    Ann Marie Lizzie, class of 1987, was featured in a Times Union article for her work as guest director and series editor on the set of "The Adventures of Snow White and Red Rose." The 7 episode first season, picked up by Amazon Prime Video, is currently being filmed at Skidmore College and throughout Saratoga County. The series focuses on sister Snow White and Red Rose and their adventures in the forest where they encounter other characters from the Brothers Grimm fairy takes.