Alumni Day Class Dinner (Feb 23)
join us for our annual Alumni Day Class Dinner on February 23, 2019
(5:30 PM) at the Nassau Club (6 Mercer St) in Princeton. Our speaker
will be Ambassador Ryan Crocker, Visiting Lecturer and Diplomat in
Residence (Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom). He will talk
about the Middle East. Honorary Classmate Jim McPherson h'72 will also
be in attendance as a special guest.
Cost of the dinner is $100/person. You can either register here
where you can pay by credit card or send a check to Fritz Cammerzell at 32 Chambers Street, Princeton, NJ 08542.
Information about other activities on Alumni Day is available here
with information (and registration) on award winners, speeches and the luncheon at Jadwin.
Yale Football Game - November 11, 2017
This year Princeton will host Yale at home on Saturday, November 11. Come out and see the Tigers compete for the Big Three title and the Ivy league Championship. The team is very talented this year and there is no better setting to watch a fall football classic than in Princeton Stadium, surrounded by classmates. Fritz has arranged for our annual post-game celebration in the Study Hall of the beautiful Peretsman-Scully Hall, that is located across Washington Road from the stadium. The reception is open to all classmates, spouses, family and friends, without charge.
We will also have our Class Executive Committee meeting before the game in the Class of 1972 Dining Room in Whitman College.
Class Dinner - November 13, 2017
Class of '72 Presents: Classmate and Author Ron Brown
Date: Monday, November 13th
Location: Princeton Club of New York
Cocktail Hour: 6:30PM (Cash Bar)
Dinner and Lecture: 7:30PM
Hosted by: Tony Tichenor (email@example.com) and Chris Loomis
ABOUT THE EVENT
This year's Annual Class Dinner will feature Ron Brown, who just published A History of Charitable Gift Planning: How Gift Annuities Shaped American Philanthropy. Ron is a Class Officer managing our Scholarship Fund and Class Scholars.
Ron has served as Director of Gift Planning for Princeton University, United Way of America, the National Wildlife Federation, Fordham University, and was Senior Philanthropic Advisor for Gift Planning at Columbia University. He is a board member of the Philanthropic Planning Group of Greater New York, the Planned Giving Advisory Committee for Princeton University, and numerous other boards.
Chef Michael Bourquin will prepare a special dinner in celebration along with wines to accompany it.
You can register here.
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