Regional Alumni Activities
A family outing to enjoy winter was scheduled for Feb. 28.
Thank you to alumni hosts John and Laura
and ’92 for coordinating this event.
|Tiger Sports night gave Rochester Chapter members a chance
to visit the RITskeller and ESPN Sports Zone.
Saturday, Aug. 21: Second annual Day at the Races. Alumni
and guests will be able to enjoy The Alabama and The Hopeful races
at the Saratoga Race Course. Lunch in the Paddock Tent will be
available. Tickets for $35 each (includes admission, lunch and
clubhouse access) will be available online and at the Office of
Alumni met for a networking night on Dec. 9 at Dailey’s
restaurant in downtown Atlanta and again on March 6 for lunch
and a tour of CNN.
|Las Vegas alumni join RIT staff at Bellagio. We are interested
in hearing from alumni in the Las Vegas area to determine
interest in organizing an annual event.
Thursday, June 7: Watch for information on our Web site
regarding our next event in the Marietta area.
The chapter attempted to see the Vienna Choir Boys perform on
Dec. 5. However, the group came down with the flu and cancelled
Alumni and their guests enjoyed The Little
Theatre of the Deaf’s
production of “The Giving Tree and Other Stories” on
Lindstrom ’99 served as the alumni host
on Feb. 19 for the networking night at the restaurant Vox Populi.
Tuesday, June 15: Boston Pops “Red, White & Blue
evening includes a pre-show reception at Symphony Hall. Tickets,
$85 each or $150 per couple, will be available online and at
the Office of Alumni Relations. This price includes the reception
and the performance. Your alumni host for this event is Pat
|LA alumni enjoy a meal at the Cheesecake Factory while
planning upcoming events in their area.
Thank you to chapter leader Tom Stumpf ’89 for his
continued involvement in organizing alumni events.
Saturday, April 24: House tour. Alumni and guests will join
the Rochester Chapter for an exciting day of touring the
Frank Lloyd Wright Homes in Buffalo.
June 22: Networking night. We are looking for your suggestions. Call the Alumni
Relations Office with your ideas. If your venue is chosen,
you will receive a complimentary ticket to this event.
Alumni met for a delicious meal at Emeril’s restaurant
in Orlando. The next event is being planned for May in the St.
|Phoenix alumni kick off the New Year with
a hike in South Mountain Park.
An evening at NASA Glenn Research Center was enjoyed by alumni
and guests on Dec. 4. Thank you to chapter leader Al Teufen
’73 and Kevin Burke ’87 for coordinating.
Alumni and guests enjoyed an evening at the Cheesecake Factory
on Jan. 13. Thank you to all alumni who contributed suggestions
for future events. The next event being planned is a networking
reception at the House of Blues.
New Jersey, Connecticut, and Rhode Island
The Alumni Relations
Office will be reaching outside its current chapters to determine
interest in additional cities. Join fellow alumni and friends
in any of the following areas: New Jersey, May 25; Connecticut,
May 26; and Rhode Island, May 27. If you have an interest in
helping with one of these events please contact the Office of
Alumni Relations. Look to our Web site to obtain additional information.
New York City
Another great networking night was coordinated by veteran alumni
hosts Amy Sundstrom ’95 and Jennifer
Alumni and guests gathered at the Ginger Man on Jan. 22 to
|Former Sports Information Director J. Roger Dykes attended
Tiger Sports Night at RIT.
Alumni host Vivian
Verlaan ’02 responded “the concert was wonderful”
regarding composer John Williams’ guest performance with
the New York Philharmonic.
7-10 p.m. Thursday, May 13: dinner cruise. Tickets are $50 each
and include dinner. This is a great time to enjoy picturesque
New York City. Your alumni hosts for this event are Jennifer
Rhodes ’96 and Maria Sebastian ’98. Tickets are available
online and at the Office of Alumni Relations.
p.m. Sunday, Aug. 8: New York Yankees vs. the Toronto Blue
for $15 each (tier reserved seating) will be available online
and at the Office of Alumni Relations. Your alumni hosts are
Mike Larson ’93 and Wayne Stern ’93.
Specially priced tickets were available to alumni for the “Manet
and the Sea” exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
|Raleigh Durham area alums show their sprit at a Duke women’s
10 a.m. Saturday, May 15: Tour of Fort Mifflin. The tour
will include a canon demonstration as well as a uniform and weapons
demo. Following the historical adventure, lunch will be available.
Your alumni host is Paul Brown ’84. Adult tickets
for $12 each and children’s tickets for $10 each will be
available in the Office of Alumni Relations and online. Tickets
include the tour and lunch.
Baseball outing. Chapter leader Aviva
Dubrow ‘91 is planning a visit to the new stadium. Stay tuned to the Web
site for more information on this activity.
Phoenix alumni started the New Year with a scenic hike in South
Mountain Park on Jan. 10.
Tuesday, May 25: Networking night. Stay tuned to the Web site
for more information.
Thank you to all the Rochester-based alumni who participated
in the online survey to determine the 2004 schedule of events
for the chapter! The first event of 2004 was Tiger Sports Night
Jan. 24. This annual alumni event to support student athletes
was enjoyed by all.
The first 2004 chapter volunteer planning
meeting was held at Brio Mediterranean Restaurant on March
4. Thank you to chapter leader Bill Prentice ’99 for
|Austin, Texas, alums socialized at the Austin Club.
Saturday, April 24: House tour. Alumni and guests will
join the Buffalo Chapter for an exciting day of touring the Frank
Lloyd Wright Homes in Buffalo. Stay tuned to the Web site for
more information on this activity.
May 20: Chapter meeting and tour, Gordon Field House and
Activities Center. Stay posted on this event online and through
the Office of Alumni Relations.
26: The Producers, Toronto: Tickets to see the Broadway
hit in Toronto are selling fast. Be sure to contact the Office
of Alumni Relations to reserve your ticket(s)! For $129 you can
enjoy roundtrip transportation to Toronto, dinner at a restaurant
overlooking Niagara Falls and the performance. Thank you to alumni
host Shirley Murphy ’95 for her assistance with this event.
July 31: Museum tour and reception. Join fellow alumni and
friends at the Museum of Flight. You also will have the opportunity
to discuss ideas for future events. A special thank you
to Michael Woods ’92 for help in planning this event.
Thank you to chapter leader Jamie Aymerich ’93, ’98 for organizing a series of events in the South Florida area.
In December alumni gathered for a networking night and in March
alumni watched the Panthers take on the Buffalo Sabers.
Sunday, May 2: “Rochester” theme picnic.
Join fellow alumni at Topeekeegee Yugnee Park in Hollywood, Fla.
The Syracuse Alumni chapter watched the SU football team take
on Notre Dame. Additionally, alumni, parents and friends watched
the SU basketball team take on Connecticut March 7. This event,
attended by Syracuse and Rochester chapters, sold out! Both
events included a pre-game reception at the Sheraton Hotel.
A special thank you to chapter leader Cynthia
Weller ’98, ’99.
Saturday, May 2: Cruise. Alumni will meet in Skaneateles for
their second annual cruise. This year, alumni will enjoy a
lunch cruise on Skaneateles Lake. The cost is $20 per person.
Chapter leader Vicki Decker ’93 held a chapter meeting
on Nov. 18 at Clyde’s of Tysons Corner. Alumni networked
and socialized while discussing events for the upcoming year.
and guests enjoyed a private evening tour of Mount Vernon followed
by a dinner reception at the Mount Vernon Inn on Dec. 20.
to see the Capitals play the Sabres on March 10 were offered
to alumni at a special price.