IHC “Echo” Magazine
The Immaculate Heart Academy/Immaculate Heart Central Schools “Echo” is a semi-annual magazine for IHA/IHC alumni, parents, students, faculty, and all those who value IHC’s mission and role in the Greater Watertown community. The magazine draws its name from IHA and IHC’s past, having been at various times the title of the student newsletter, the school’s literary review, and the yearbook. We thought it fitting to resurrect the title, because IHC’s mission as it was conceived some 132 years ago echoes just as strongly today, and will do so tomorrow.
What’s in the Echo?
- Alumni and reunion news.
- News about events.
- Feature stories.
- Stories about what’s happening in our schools: athletics, community service, spiritual life, activities, and so forth.
- Profiles of alumni, faculty, and students.
- Occasionally, features regarding important school initiatives, challenges, or the strategic direction of IHC.
- Celebrations, anniversaries, and obituaries.
Would You Like to Receive the Echo?
If you or someone you know would like to begin receiving the Echo, please call (315) 221-3785 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re an alumnus, we also encourage you to update your alumni information.
Would You Like to Contribute to the Echo?
- You may submit alumni news to the Echo online.
- Faculty, students, parents, alumni and others are encouraged to contribute.
- Past stories have been written by students, alumni, teachers, staff, Pastors, and administrators.
- There are many ways to contribute: stories, photos (300 dpi or higher please!), ideas, “raw material,” or graphic work (Adobe InDesign).
- We currently have an excellent alumni editor, but many hands make light work.
- Please call or email Stacy Uliano or Chris Hornbarger at email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org, (315) 221-3785.
The Echo is Made Possible Through the Generous Donations of Alumni, and in Partnership with the Watertown Daily Times and Marksgraphics.com
The Echo costs money to print and mail. We are very grateful to a number of alumni who have donated funds to help fund the publication. We have kept costs to a minimum by doing all the production “in house” at no cost.
We’re also very fortunate to partner with the Watertown Daily Times, who help typeset, print and mail the Echo at a minimum of cost, and marksgraphics.com, who contributes photography.
To help keep the Echo going, please call Chris Hornbarger at (315) 221-3785.
IHA-IHC “Echo”, Fall 2012
IHA-IHC “Echo”, Spring 2012
IHA-IHC “Echo”, Winter 2011