Photos from the CAAS Annual Meeting in Wilmington, October 6-8, 2005
Thanks to Ann Raia for taking these pictures.

Nathan Costa, Adam Blistein, Timothy Renner
CAAS Regional Rep Nathan Costa (Saint Andrew´s School), Adam Blistein (APA Executive Director), and Timothy Renner (Montclair State University) enjoy the Friday dinner.
Barbara McManus
CAAS President Barbara McManus (The College of New Rochelle) conducts the CAAS Business Meeting.
Lawrence Kowerski, Leslie Kahoon, Donal  McGay, Charles Zabrowski
Donal McGay (Harriton High School), Lawrence Kowerski (Hunter College), and Leslie Cahoon (Gettysburg College) honor ovatio recipient Charles Zabrowski (Gettysburg College).
Minna Duchovnay, David Rhody
CAAS Treasurer David Rhody helps Minna Duchovnay celebrate her first Annual Meeting as CAAS Executive Director.
Henry Bender, Judith Hallett, John Traupman
CAAS Conference Coordinator Henry Bender (The Hill School) and Program Coordinator Judith Hallett (University of Maryland) share happy memories with John Traupman (St. Joseph's University), who has been attending CAAS programs since 1953.
Henry Bender, Maria Marsilio
New Regional Rep Maria Marsilio (St. Joseph's University) congratulates ovatio recipient Henry Bender, honored in a panel as “a man of many turns.”

"A Century of Classical Associations" Panel

CAAS begins looking toward its centennial with a panel analyzing “A Century of Classical Associations.” Herbert Benario (Emory University) represents CAMWS; Thomas Suits (University of Connecticut), CANE; Jerry Clack (Duquesne University), CAAS; Nigel Nicholson (Reed College), CAPN; Christopher Stray (University of Wales, Swansea) serves as respondent; Barbara McManus, as moderator.
Thomas Hayes, Carl Rubino
CAAS First VP Thomas Hayes (Ward Melville High School) appears happy to assume the presidency, though Second VP Carl Rubino (Hamilton College) seems even happier that it is not yet his turn.
Barbara McManus, Tom Hayes
Barbara McManus hands over the CAAS gavel, and with it the CAAS presidency, to Thomas Hayes.
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