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Oaklawn Academy Alumni Reunite in Korea

Seoul, Korea - Over the past 2 years, 14 Korean boys have attended Oaklawn Academy in Wisconson. Oaklawn is gaining reputation in Korea, thanks to positive feedback from the boys and their families, who appreciate the integral formation that the school offers. 

On August 11, the 14 Oaklawn alumni gathered together in an event organized by the Legionaries of Christ in Korea. This gave them the opportunity to catch up and share memories of Oaklawn. There was a great spirit of camaraderie among the boys and the Legionaries!

Fr. John Ko, Fr. Simon Chung, and Br. Thomas Connelly, all Legionaries working in Korea, led the alumni meeting. They showed a video with greetings and messages for the boys from the Oaklawn faculty and staff.   They had lunch together and went to a nearby museum afterwards. The boys selected an alumni representative, and planned to
begin holding alumni meetings twice a year.

 It was a very memorable time, which all of the boys enjoyed; they are proud of being Oaklawn students and friends of the Legionaries in Korea!


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