More than 50 trustees, alumni, faculty, parents, students and friends gathered at CBA this morning to ceremoniously unveil the front-of-school projects, including a new entrance, renovated dining center, a student commons, and a spirit store, which have been completed, as part of Our Mission, Their Futurecampaign.
“So many have worked so hard to make this dream a reality-thanks to all of you and all involved for making this day possible,” President Brother Joseph Jozwiak, FSC said.
John O’Connor ’85, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; John Marshall ’67, AFSC, Campaign Co-Chair; Matt Keough, Principal; Charlie Breuer ’01 representing construction managers from Heuber-Breuer; Matt Klucznik, representing Architectural Design by QPK; and seniors Shivam Nanavati and Shruti Zirath, Co-Presidents of Student Senate, assisted Brother Joseph in cutting the purple ribbon.
“It is with great joy and thanksgiving to God and on behalf of the students entrusted to our care-those currently enrolled at the school and those who will grace our halls for decades to come-that we cut this ribbon and ceremoniously open the doors to this magnificent project,” Brother Joseph said.
A reception was held in the student commons, following the ribbon cutting ceremony.For additional photos, visit our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/cbasyracuse/