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Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund Annual Fundraiser honoring Bob Oddo|
Please join us at a historic Chappaqua landmark for our annual fundraiser. Always a fun and heartwarming evening, this event helps to “make up the difference” for Greeley graduates who need financial assistance in order to make their dream of attending college a reality.
This year, we are thrilled to announce Mr. Bob Oddo as the first recipient of the Ed Habermann Award. Bob is a beloved Greeley teacher, coach, and an important member of our community who embodies the spirit and dedication of the late Dr. Habermann. We invite you to join our celebration of this award, featuring paired wines and creative cocktail cuisine, a fabulous silent auction and some special surprises.
Please join us on Thursday, March 4, 2010 at 6:30pm for our annual fundraising event at Crabtree's Kittle House, 11 Kittle Road, Chappaqua. The event will be a cocktail and light dinner party with wine pairings courtesy of Mt. Kisco Wines, a silent auction and gift bags courtesy of Desires by Mikolay.
DATE: Thursday, March 4, 2010
TIME: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
PLACE: Crabtree's Kittle House, 11 Kittle Road, Chappaqua
TICKETS: $100.00 per person
RSVP: By March 1, 2010
Please click here to learn more or to purchase tickets ONLINE:
** MULLANE'S MUG T-SHIRTS **|
MULLANE'S MUG T-SHIRTS ARE AVAILABLE!
Many Greeley graduates are familiar with Mullane's Mug. Located at the top of King Street from 1973 until 1990 it was THE local establishment in Chappaqua where you had your first legal adult beverage, met up with friends for wings, began and usually ended your night out. Now, in an effort to support the Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund (www.hgsf.org), and to give back to the community that so generously supported them, the Mullane brothers have donated their classic Mullane's Mug T-shirts to the Fund.
You will receive a FREE t-shirt (two styles are available) with your minimum donation of $25.00 (including S&H by USPS) to the Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund Alumni Fundraising Drive. Available sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXL. Both are 100% cotton.
Please visit our Web site to view the shirts, make a donation and to learn more about the HGSF.
Web site: http://www.hgsf.org/support_donate.mullanes.shtml
Any questions/concerns please contact:
Michael J. Lardiere, CFA (HGHS '96)
michael.lardiere (at) ubs.com
Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund Film Event Fundraiser!|
Please join us for the Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund (HGSF) Film Event Fundraiser on Thursday, 3/5/09 (at) 6:30pm (at) the Chappaqua Library Theatre. We are showing a pre-release of "Adventureland" following a cocktail hour with food from the Kittle House and silent auction. Please check out our Web site for more information about the HGSF and the event: http://www.hgsf.org/events.shtml. We thank you for the support.
Please join us on Facebook and LinkedIn!!!|
Please join The Horace Greeley High School Alumni Group on FACEBOOK and/or LINKEDIN. The purpose of these groups is to build upon and strengthen the Horace Greeley High School Alumni network for the benefit of all alumni. In that spirit, these groups are also dedicated to building awareness for the Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund (HGSF) which makes need based grants to Greeley alumni pursuing secondary education. The Fund has been an invaluable resource to the Greeley community for over 60 years and continues to have an impact today. Parents of alumni and community members interested in connecting with and supporting alumni are also welcome.
The Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund(HGSF) will be hosting its Fourth Annual Movie/Silent Auction Fundraiser on Thursday, March 16th at 6pm. This year's feature presentation will be the film Ushpizin.
In addition to the reception with food courtesy of our generous neighbor, Crabtree's Kittle House and our feature presentation, we will be holding another exciting silent auction this year. Would you like to become a sponsor of this Fundraiser Event? Find out more about sponsorship levels or contact the Events Committee or Margie Orell at (914) 666-7137.
The details for the evening are as follows:
DATE: Thursday, March 16th, 2006
TIME: 6:00pm with reception and silent auction
PLACE: Readers Digest, The De Witt Wallace Auditorium, 480 Bedford Road, Chappaqua
TICKETS: $85 per person
RSVP: Please print out and mail in the reply card or contact Margie Orell to reserve your tickets via the web link:
We look forward to seeing you there and we thank you for your support.
Michael J. Lardiere (HGHS 1996)
This is just an announcement to notify fellow alumni that I am presently associated with the law offices of Howard Sherman in Ossining, NY, as an associate attorney.
Any '96ish people in LA?|
That is class of '96, not 96 year olds. I just moved out to Los Angeles about 2 months ago. If you are in the area and want to catch up, drop me an email.
Just thought I would post a note and see if anyone I know is out there (or anyone who knows me)... Went to Greeley for two years, then moved to Florida with my parents. After finishing up school at University of Florida, I moved west. Currently I am living in Frisco, Colorado (outside Breckenridge) and am working at the local newspaper.
Would love to hear from anyone so feel free to get in touch and say hi!
Moved in 1993|
hmmm...where to start? I left Chappaqua many years ago but wondered if anyone remembered me? I am curious about what people are doing that I had known when i was 5 years old till my good 'ol Bell school years smoking behind Marios pizza I have lived many places since NY but am settled in San Francisco right now..email me, I would love to know where Olivia Edmonds and Pete Fell went...even Pete Devlin??? Later...
Hi everyone from class of 1996! I just got back from a year working in London and now am looking for jobs in NYC so if you are in the area drop me a line. If you know of any jobs too let me know! I hope everyone is fine throughout these hard times.
For all grads in the NYC area, I'm doing a show called "7:05", that goes up on November 10th and 17th. (Both are Friday nights) It's a comedic showcase of monologues, scenes, and other random stuff. We have gotten pretty good responses to it so far...At the New York Comedy Club, on 24th Stret btwn. 2nd and 3rd Ave's. Email me if you are interested....
Class of '96|
I was just curious as to what the class of '96 has been up to. I've been so busy that I've really lost touch.