Active retirement: Huguette Albert 

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After close to 30 years the university, Huguette Albert has retired. For many of us, she was a fixture in the Registrar's Office, having been there since 1990. The celebration was held at the Montefiore Club on Sept. 1.

Those who know Albert know she's got lots of energy. It's only fitting that gift contributions from friends and colleagues will go towards a kayak and gear. In fact, the actual kayak has yet to be fitted-out to her specifications. The kayak pictured above was borrowed from Kelly Collins (International Students Office) to illustrate the gift-in-progress at the celebration.

Beyond kayaking, Albert hopes to volunteer with Give Kids the World Village, a 70-acre resort in Florida that caters to sick kids and their families. The organization depends heavily on volunteers to provide memorable, cost-free experiences to children with life-threatening illnesses, and has helped families from 70 countries.


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