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Waves Gone By
MBA 60 Year Anniversary

Previous Issues

Previous Issues of Waves Gone By Available

 


 

Chapter Reunions

March 2009

20 Young Alumni Reunion

La Sierra University

Loma Linda University

For more reunion details

 

22 Alumni Reunion

Loma Linda/Riverside, CA

For more reunion details

 

April 2009

23-26 Alumni Weekend

 

May 2009

28 Class of 2009 Senior Reception

 

29-31 MBA Graduation Weekend

 

July 2009

16-25 Soquel Campmeeting

Free gift for all alumni at MBA Trailer

 

25 2nd Annual MBA Alumni Watermelon Feed

 

More chapter reunions

 

Who's Considered an Alum?
If you've attended, worked, or taught at MBA we consider you alumni.

 


 

Alumni Weekend

April 23-26, 2009

Thurs – Scholarship Reception

Fri – 10th Annual Golf Classic

Sat – Heritage Singers Concert

Sun – 49er's Brunch

 

Alumni Weekend Events




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From the Editor

MBA Banquet
MBA Banquet Couple, Circa 1960s

It’s very interesting times we are living in. Something each day seems to happen that history has no precedent. A lot of our alumni and friends are dealing with some tough situations. Our hearts go out to them…

HeartIn fact, February is the “sweet” month that allows us that special day (you know—the 14th—for those who may have already let it slip your memory) to let those around us know just how much we care. This month’s e-newsletter has some thoughts on how we can share love, thoughtfulness, kindness and respect, and – oh—a little humor never hurts either—throughout every day.

Get your thinking caps on. We need more favorites for the Top 60 list. So far, the beach corn roast was a hit for many of you, the “Baerg-mobile” on Sabbath afternoons, and all the girls one fella (who shall remain anonymous) dated at MBA, to many others comprising the list thus far. Send in your MBA favorites!

Here’s a February hug to you: { } – remember to pass it along to someone else.

Until next month—


Where Land and Sea Unite to Inspire  (Quote of the Month)

“Being defeated is often only a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent” — Marilyn vos Savant, who is listed in the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame for highest recorded IQ


MBA Trivia Contest

Question for February 2009
This MBA groundbreaking ceremony is for what project?  Click on the graphic below for a larger view .

February Trivia

Answer to January Trivia Question

Q: How many principals has MBA had in its 60-year history and what are their names?
A: Ten (10) and their names are:

  1. Standish Hoskins – Acting Principal until David Bieber could arrive from Hawaii
  2. David Bieber
  3. Rolland Howlett
  4. Karl Jorgenson
  5. Keith Wheeler – Interim Principal two different times
  6. Harvey Voth – Longest serving MBA principal to date
  7. Ernie Unruh
  8. Ted Winn
  9. Bill Keresoma
  10. Tim Kubrock

Winner: Bob & Betty Baerg, retired MBA Faculty, employed by MBA for 38 years and serving under six of these men and seven principalships. The Baerg’s name will be placed in our annual grand prize drawing next December 2009.

Contest Details


A Sweet Lesson In Humanity

Ice CreamYears ago, a 10-year-old boy approached the counter of a soda shop and climbed on to a stool. “What does an ice cream sundae cost?” he asked the waitress.

“Fifty cents,” she answered.

The youngster reached deep in his pockets and pulled out an assortment of change, counting carefully as the waitress grew impatient. She had “bigger” customers to wait on.

“Well, how much would just plain ice cream be?” the boy asked.

The waitress responded with noticeable irritation in her voice, “Thirty-five cents.”

Again, the boy slowly counted his money. “May I have some plain ice cream in a dish then, please?” He gave the waitress the correct amount, and she brought him the ice cream.

Later, the waitress returned to clear the boy’s dish and when she picked it up, she felt a lump in her throat. There on the counter the boy had left two nickels and five pennies. She realized that he had had enough money for the sundae, but sacrificed it so that he could leave her a tip.

The moral: Before passing judgment, first treat others with courtesy, dignity, and respect.

Adapted from A Lifetime of Success Pat Williams & Fleming H. Revell


  

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MBA Banquet
MBA Banquet Couples, 2009

News Notes

  • MBA Online Giving and Online Payments Now available for you effective March 1, 2009. You may use your debit or credit card in making tax-deductible gifts to MBA or paying tuition, cafeteria meals and many other types of payments. Visit our website to see the possibilities. Giving back just became easier.
  • Alumni Weekend Visit our alumni pages on the web to get all the details about the upcoming Alumni Weekend and the 10th Annual MBA Golf Classic.
  • Alumnus of the Year We are currently accepting nominations for alums or former faculty who: served well either their church, community, or MBA; or have been involved in mission service. Submit your nominations to: Charlotte Henderson or to Alumni President Wayne Enos.
  • MBA Photos We are looking for yours! Email or mail to the Alumni Office. Be sure and list the names of those in the photo. Perhaps it was your favorite banquet picture or a band tour photo. Just be sure and tell us the event or situation. Watch for it in upcoming Waves Gone By or Sandscripts publications. Please be sure the photos are a minimum of 800x600 pixels in size, 150 dpi resolution, and saved in JPEG format.
  • Academy Days is March 15-16. Sign up today if you wish to bring a teenager you are acquainted with. Contact Nathan Henderson for more information.

MBA’s Top 60 List

MBA 60 Year AnniversaryIn celebration of our 60th Anniversary, we would like to compile our own Top 60 List that may even beat out Letterman’s Top 10. When you think of all you did at MBA, all the people you encountered, all the events you attended, all the roommates and dorm mates you had, tours and trips you went on—what is your very most favorite memory? Submit your memory to alumni@montereybayacademy.org and watch for this list to appear as part of our 60th Anniversary celebration. Now this is going to be interesting…


 

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