Mayfield Junior School’s Parent Association Board Celebrates Tradition, Gathers for Annual Luncheon

Front Row (L to R):  Jill Baffert, Diane Rojas, Kate Candelora, Kristin Thorell, Karen Limongelli, Teresa Dilbeck, Majella Lue Sue, Leah Mason, Julie Soma, Priscila Stanton, Rene Dolan. Second Row (L to R): Nicole von Thaden, Janice Gavia, Mindy Klarin, Yennis Wong, Nancy Fong, Esther Barrera, Beatrice Usher. Back Row (L to R): Lyn Beecher, Charisse Tolleson, Caroline Borncamp, Betty Rabadi, Jennie Hyll, Cherie KoFront Row (L to R): Maricela Rodriguez Gutierrez, Vicki Chiang, Diane Rojas, Julia Almanzan, Karen Limongelli, Kristin Cook, Leah Mason, Julie Soma, Esther Barrera. Second Row (L to R): Teresa Dilbeck, Karina Arabolaza, Julie Wong, Mindy Klarin, Mary Cole, Heather Chen, Tess Henderson, Nancy Fong. Back Row (L to R): Jennie Hyll, Nicole von Thaden, Cherie Ko, Caroline Borncamp, Leandra Hinrichs, Chad Norton, Kelly Self, Michala Wei, Tracey SpiegelFront Row (L to R): Roseann Anderson, Ann Longyear, Tillie Collins Middle Row left to right: Rebecca Reed, Karen Sweeney, Amy Powell, Lisa Evans, Joy Sullivan, Allison Barnes, Virginia Jones, Meg Symes, Courtney Hotchkis. Back Row (L to R): Linda Mennis, Cathy MacVaugh, Lyn Beecher, Paige Hobey, Cindy Salcido.

Article and Photos courtesy of MAYFIELD JUNIOR SCHOOL

2:22 pm | May 16, 2018


Past, present and future members of Mayfield Junior School’s Parent Association gathered at the Valley Hunt Club for an annual luncheon. Current Parent Association president Teresa Dlibeck shared her reflections on a successful year, recognized Board committees and committee members, and introduced next year’s president, Karen Limongelli.

Prior to lunch being served Headmaster Joseph J. Gill shared his appreciation and gratitude for the countless hours of service given over the lengthy history of the school.

The luncheon is a prized tradition for the MJS community highlighted by the attendance of many past Parent Association Board presidents.

About Mayfield Junior School

Founded in 1931 by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, Mayfield Junior School is a leading Catholic, independent school serving kindergarten to eighth grade boys and girls. Mayfield is distinguished by the Holy Child educational philosophy of Cornelia Connelly, the Society’s founder. Connelly’s pioneering belief of developing the whole child as an intellectual, spiritual, creative and athletic person set the standard for Mayfield 87 years ago. Located adjacent to historic Old Pasadena, Mayfield’s elementary and middle school educational program, specifically designed for each developmental stage, best prepares students for high school and beyond. Learn more at www.mayfieldjs.org, or on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.

Mayfield Junior School, 405 South Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 796-2774 or visit mayfieldjs.org.