St. Francis Xavier alumni have planned an all-school reunion for Saturday, August 3, with events beginning at 2:30 pm. The historic school in Superior’s East End educated Catholic families from 1893 to 1983. There were 142 students at the school’s opening. School Sisters of Notre Dame was the religious order of nuns who taught the grade school classes, along with many dedicated lay teachers. Everyone who attended St. Francis Xavier (for whatever time period, no matter how brief) is invited to the all-class reunion. Events for the day include: 2:30 pm Rosary at St. Francis Xavier Church 3:00 pm Concert of Catholic Hymns (concert-goers are encouraged to sing along to beloved hymns such as “Come Holy Ghost,” “O, Sanctissima,” “Ave Maria,” and many more favorites). Organist Shawne Sass will be featured. Several soloists will lead the singing. 4:00 pm Catholic Mass led by Reverend James Tobolski 5:00 pm Reception of classmates and their families in the St. Francis Xavier Parish Hall. A lunch of traditional cafeteria foods will be served — sloppy joes, hotdogs, cupcakes. 7:00 pm Pudge’s Tavern in East End will be the gathering place for continued festivities. Information: Jean Keaough Kennedy (Superior), Jeanne Provost Hopkins (Lake Nebagamon), Becky Provost Kurtz (California). Special acknowledgement to Mary Margaret Sitek, St. Francis Xavier parish office, who contributed historic information about the parish and the school. Special thank you to Father James Tobolski for his encouragement and participation.