Mother Seton Regional Celebrates 50 Years

August 10, 2014 at 10:13 AM

CLARK, NJ - Mother Seton Regional High School Clark, New Jersey is pleased to announce a 50th Anniversary Gala Evening of Celebration and Recognition. 

Six women with long-standing bonds and over 200 years of combined service to the school will be honored.  Sister Regina Martin Keane, Principal from 1975 until 2014, will be honored posthumously.  The other honorees include Sister Jacquelyn Balasia, Sister Theo Furniss, Miss Joan Barron, Mrs. Maureen Serzan Connell, and Mrs. Marge Egan. 

The evening will feature an open bar, continuous hors d’oeuvres, pasta and carving stations, and dessert.  A silent auction will follow the festivities.

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Alumnae, family, and friends are invited to attend.  The event will be held on Thursday evening, September 18, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at The Gran Centurions, 440 Madison Hill Road, Clark, NJ 07066. 

For more information, visit the special website To purchase tickets, contact the school at (732) 382-1952 or email

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