AP - Hours before he was removed as Illinois governor, a bitter Rod Blagojevich insinuated that his successor, Pat Quinn, was not the straight shooter many believed him to be and had abused the perks of office by frivolously traveling "all over the world" for his job.
The Carroll College Office of Alumni is hosting a Phoenix-area gathering for Saints alums, parents and friends on Sunday, March 15. It will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Desert Botanical Gardens, 1201 North Galvin Parkway, with an afternoon reception and special guests, including History Professor Dr. Robert Swartout, former Carroll President Msgr. Joseph Harrington, current President Tom Trebon and many more. The cost is $20 per person, which includes refreshments and entrance fee to the gardens. RSVP by March 10 online at www.carroll.edu/alumni or by calling Kathy Ramirez at 406-447-5185.
John F. Saunders, who attended Carroll in 1981-1982, of Newport Beach, Calif., died on Thursday Feb. 19 after skiing in Mammoth. He graduated from USC. For more, read: http://www.dailypilot.com/articles/2009/02/25/obituaries/doc49a58897ee44a967791719.txt.
Jason DeShaw (left), class of 2003, and his band, The Country Way will perform as the opening act for the Oak Ridge Boys, who will perform at the Helena Civic Center on Sunday, March 8, at 7 p.m. After graduating from Carroll College in 2003, he began following his dream - entertaining a variety of audiences throughout Montana. Since then, he has performed across the country, Canada and Europe. He has been the opening act for country acts Emerson Drive, Pam Tillis and Little Big Town.
Amber Robertson, class of 2004 is engaged to Alan Smith, with the couple planning an August 8, 2009, wedding at the Cathedral of St. Helena. Amber is a research assistant in the Plant Breeding Plant Genetics program at the University of Wisconsin.
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