Nov 14, 2016, 11:16 AM EDT
The Monogram Club joined much of Notre Dame and took its show on the road to San Antonio for Shamrock Series weekend.
On Friday, Monogram Club members, staff and other Notre Dame alumni and guests took part in the Notre Dame Alumni Association’s service project at St. Gerard High School. Volunteers painted, cleaned, landscaped among other activities around the school. Later that day the Club welcomed members who have been a part of the Monogram Career Network to a happy hour gathering at the Rio Plaza on the Riverwalk.
Following a Saturday morning workout through the streets of San Antonio during the Shamrock Series 5K, the Monogram Club hosted its pre-game reception at historical Sunset Station. Club members came out in full force before heading over to the Alamodome where they cheered the Fighting Irish to victory!
Take a look back at Monogram Club happenings and other Irish events in San Antonio…
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It was an honor to spend time at Fort Sam Houston with our servicemen and women in conjunction with @notredame and @theuso Today we remember and respectfully revere the men and women who have served and are serving to defend our freedoms! 🙏🇺🇸🍀 God. Country. Notre Dame. #veteransday
Monogram Club staff members took in a Friday-night showdown between the San Antonio Spurs and Detroit Pistons. It was a fitting matchup since both organizations feature a Monogram winner in the front office. Monty Williams (’94) is the Spurs’ vice president of basketball operations, while Pat Garrity (’98), the Monogram Club treasurer, is assistant general manager of the Pistons.