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Sister Maureen Clare Hall, OSF

The Florida Immaculate Alumnae Chapter was formed in the late 1980s, with the first official inauguration and first testimonial dinner held on Saturday, May 25, 1991 in Miami, Florida with the honorees being Sr. Maureen Clare Hall, Sr. Mary Emmanuel Clough, Miss Lisa Narcisse and Mrs. Mavis Fong Yea. Sr. Maureen Clare Hall was invited to many functions and will always be fondly remembered by our chapter. 

Florida Immaculate Alumnae Chapter has funded various projects that benefited the school including helping with infrastructure and the students.  Some of these include scholarships for the students, Summer House renovations, Food and Nutrition Lab, finances for CXC Exam fees, personal computers and laptop for 6th form classes.  As well the water harvesting and sewer management system project in addition to assisting with funding water tank and water coolers, solar panel project and most recently sponsoring the ICHS Netball team, to name a few.  Our alumnae fondly remember Sr. Maureen Clare as a force to be reckoned with and will do anything to help her and the school, our alma mater 

Below find some statements from our current board members:

Our current President, Judith Mercurius Poten, had the following message on hearing of the news of Sister Maureen Clare’s passing: “Missing you, sleep in peace Sister Maureen Clare, you will be greatly missed by all the phenomenal women you helped shape and raise.  You will forever be in my heart.”

“Sister Maureen Clare, you taught me how to be humble and how to lead.  I will always remember those patio lessons that were meant to increase our strength of character” - Lara Dyke corresponding secretary.

“When I hear St. Francis' prayer "Make me a channel of your peace" I always think of Sr. Maureen Clare who lived her life praying to be just that, and in so doing she inspired all of us who knew her to do likewise. "O Master grant that I may never seek, so much to be consoled as to console". May she rest in Peace.” - Fran McFarlane (nee Shim)

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