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Alumni Homecoming

October 9 & 10, 2020

Join us in 2020! Honor Classes will be the Classes of 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980 and all alumni, former students and faculty are welcomed!

Alumni Week-End 2020

Due to the Global Pandemic, Alumni Week-end, normally held in June, was rescheduled to October 10, 2020. However, because the lockdown rules are still in effect it is doubtful if any reunion will be held this year. We have heard that a general GLAA, Adelphian and Cedar Lake Academy runion my be held that same date but it has not been confirm.

Because school will be in session, the events (if any) will not be held on the former academy grounds, but will be at the Holly SDA Church on Fish Lake Road. However visiitors can tour the grounds. A pot luck lunch will be at the Adelphian Junion Academy following Church Services.

Adelphian Classes of 1959, 1969 Reunion - June 28-29 2019 Holly, mi

Class of 1959 poses for Class Picture at Saturday evening event

Class of 1959 - 60 years later


Flora Kellogg Smith

Flora Kellogg Smith, former Academy faculty member in the 1960s, English teacher, wife of Walton W. Smith, died peacefully at home, at age 99, March 16, 2017. Her family has set up a Facebook page in memoriam: "Flora Kellogg". Please visit and leave comments. She was much loved.

How Adventism Came to Holly

Holly author and historian, Evelyn Lutz, has published the history of the Holly, Michigan, Seventh-day Adventist Church with much of Adelphian Academy's early years. as well. The title is HOW ADVENTISM CAME TO HOLLY, MICHIGAN -- And How It Grew.


Brothers Albert and Karl Konrad, graduates of AA, have just published a book about their parents emigration to the USA after WWII. Click for more information and where to purchase.

Waiting for Eddie

Meet Eddie and Liese Konrad. Theirs is a story of love, separation, faith, and survival that spans decades. Their story begins in 1910, when Liese was born in the Khortitza area of Ukraine and doesn't end until her death in 1981 in Berrien Springs, Michigan.

Follow their journey from their early courtship and marriage, beginning a family, and having to say goodbye due to the vagaries of World War II, to the decades-long separation and the trials of Liese being a single immigrant mother and Eddie becoming a prisoner of war and his subsequent life of hardship under a Communist regime.


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