Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Dine for a Cause! Alumnae Host Benefit Dinner

Alex Lindenmeyer ’07 and Sinead McHugh ’07 are the owners of Short Stack Eatery on State Street in Madison. The restaurant, which features a breakfast menu and specializes in pancakes, has become a local favorite.

If you live in Madison and are looking for a meaningful and impactful gift to give a friend or loved one this holiday season…or you need an excuse for a night out on the town…or you want to give money to a great cause but not sure where to start…

Cross all these things off your list with
Short Stack Eatery’s Holiday Benefit Dinner event! 

The dinner on Tuesday, December 13, 6-9 pm, 

You’ll enjoy an exquisite four-course meal with wine and cocktail pairings in an intimate evening setting. This event makes for a great way to kick off the holiday giving season with a silent auction, raffle prizes, and live music. All proceeds benefit DAIS: Domestic Abuse Intervention Services.

DAIS has worked passionately and effectively to ensure the safety and well-being of domestic violence survivors and their families. DAIS helps to change societal attitudes that perpetuate violence and the abuse of power. Learn more about the organization that works to make Dane County a safer, more just, more equitable place for people who have experienced domestic violence, their children, and the people who love them.

Guests are encouraged to bring items from the DAIS Wish List to help keep the shelter running and make a huge difference in the lives of adults and children affected by domestic violence. For every item donated, guests will receive a free raffle ticket and the chance to win great prizes.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Join the Edgewood Community for Carols and Christmas Favorites!

Concert Band  •  Concert Choir  •  Orchestra
Percussion Ensemble  •  Edgewood Chorus
Crusader Singers  •  Jazz Ensemble  

After the singing of “Silent Night” to close the concert,
please join us outside in the front circle for a new tradition in the making:
the lighting of the Christmas Tree.

Reception to follow.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Thanksgiving Weekend Gathering by Class of 2001

From left to right: Kelly (McCardell) Berceau, Whitney Abbott, Ally (Geier) Ford, Johnny Walsh, Becky (Haker) Balistreri, Katie Roach, Jennifer Skolaski, Erik Otterson, and Anthony Brown.
Members of the EHS Class of 2001celebrated their 15-year reunion with an evening reception at Hamilton’s on the Square in Madison on Saturday, November 26, 2016.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Vote Your Values!

Kym Husom, Craig Clauson, Joe LaMontagne ’09, Wade DallaGrana, Kerry Cavanaugh, Derek Behnke ’07
The Edgewood High School Social Studies Department doesn’t need to remind you that today is election day (at last!!!) but they do want to make sure you do get out and vote for candidates and issues up and down the ballot. As you cast your vote — enthusiastically or grudgingly — rely on your beliefs, your reflective judgment and the values embraced by Edgewood: Truth, Compassion, Justice, Community and Partnership.

Need help finding where you vote? Visit 2016 Election: Where to Vote

Monday, November 7, 2016

So a Badger and a Wildcat walk onto a field and...

...they shake hands. Former Edgewood High School Crusader teammates Cody Link ’16 (left) and Evan Bondoc ’14 (right) play football for Northwestern and UW-Madison respectively. The two teams faced off on Ryan Field in Evanston on Saturday, November 5, where the Badgers prevailed 21-7. That didn’t stop the two players from opposing teams from exchanging a warm greeting at a brief mini-reunion.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Meet this year’s Living the Mission Award Recipients

Edgewood honored the recipients of the 2016 Living the Mission Awards and members of the Crusader Court of donors on October 9 at Nakoma Golf Club. Back row: Jim Imhoff, Jr. ’62 (Servant Heart Award), Mary Klein (Alumni Appreciation Award), Cathy Shaughnessy (25 Years Teaching), Joe Boucher (Athletic Hall of Fame); Front row: Diana Shulla-Cose ’84 (Dominican Award for Service to Humanity), Franz Backus (Fine Arts Hall of Fame), President Mike Elliott ’77 and Mekel Wiederholt Meier ’93 (Mazzuchelli Award for Service to Christian Education). Not pictured: Craig Claussen and Maureen Moravchik (25 Years Teaching) and Carol Markos (Alumni Appreciation Award).
For the complete bios of each of the recipients as well as a list of previous recipients, visit