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Reunion merchandise and memorabilia

Starting in March you will find a link at where you will have an opportunity to get some South 100th Anniversary swag. Some of the items that will be available: sweatshirts, hats, shirts, insulated tumblers, coffee mugs, water bottles, pens, and Reusable Bags. You will be able to order online until Sunday, April 23rd. Orders placed online by that date can be picked up the weekend of the Reunion, May 26 – 28th.

REMINDER: In addition to the items described above, we are hoping to be able to offer a variety of alumni created art, crafts and books for sale. The response so far has been minimal, but there is still time to reserve a sales table. It would be wonderful if we had a few more alumni vendors. If interested, please contact us.

“100 Years of Lions’ Pride” projec t

Work continues on the more than 150 profiles, alumni who have been nominated for recognition by fellow alumni. As indicated earlier, these profiles will be displayed in the 7 Decade Rooms during Reunion weekend and will be the source for a question sheet in a planned trivia contest.

NOTE: Since we realize that there are likely many worthy alumni who were not nominated by last May’s deadline, we plan to give reunion attendees the opportunity to fill in a nomination form to allow for additional alumni to be honoured in the future.

Message from the class of 1973

The class of 1973 will be celebrating our 50th Anniversary since South graduation during the Reunion Weekend. We have booked the pub at the Highland Country Club (thank you to Al Gray) from 5 pm to 9 pm (approximately) on Saturday May 27th for an informal gathering. If you wish to join us, please email Trish Judge (Pat Davidson) at to receive updates and emails regarding this get together. We look forward to connecting with others. (Trish Judge (Pat Davidson), Pat Fewster, Janet McCallum and Moira Bell (Sandy Semple)


Saturday’s events at the school will include a special performance by alumni Beau Dixon and Andrea Koziol (scheduled for 3 pm). Although there will be no extra cost to attend this performance, you are being asked when you register online to indicate whether you wish to attend. Last fall’s newsletter featured a piece about Beau, so
now it’s time to tell you a little about Andrea. Like Beau, she is one of the deserving alumni nominated for the profiles project.


 Played flute in South’s band and had roles in several school shows
 Moved to Toronto in 1989 to pursue her music career
 First Musical Endeavour: founding the quartet Chesterfield Inlet with pianist Bill Brennan. Two albums: Mario Russell and I’ll Be Seeing You, both acclaimed by Canada’s jazz community
 Six original albums as a solo artist, the first entitled Coming of Age (1998) and the most recent I’ll Be Seeing You
 Her unique style of music dubbed “torch folk”, incorporates her love of folk music with her early jazz roots
 Toured North America, performing in concert halls and clubs and at music festivals. She’s also a featured vocalist with Jeans ’n Classics, performing with symphony orchestras in Canada and the USA
 Composed music for numerous Canadian films, including The ’R’ Word, Elemental, and The Baby Formula
 An original cast member of The Cave, (Tomson Highway/John Millard/Martha Ross) an apocalyptic, cabaret-style fable, described as “aesthetically spectacular”, that addresses the climate crisis, on tour since opening at Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre in 2019
 Completed a residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts and received the K.M. Hunter Award for Music (Ontario Arts Council)
 Theatre credits include The Fantastics (Victoria Playhouse, Petrolia) & The Ballad of Tam Lin (Puppetmongers Theatre, Toronto)
 Her voice “will soothe your soul” with music that is “elegant, sleek, subtle and sexy” (Tom Allen, CBC Radio)