You are invited to The Kappa Alpha Society's
162nd New York City Dinner.
This event is sponsored by
The John Hart Hunter Educational Foundation, Inc.

 

January 31, 2020

at the Princeton Club (home of the Williams Club)
15 West 43rd Street
New York, New York 10036
 
 

Schedule of Events

7:15 p.m.: Meet-and-greet cocktails (cash bar)
8:00 p.m.: Dinner begins, announcements, and introductions
 
 

The Deal

Includes a filet mignon dinner (with a vegetarian option available), wine with dinner, and lots of fun with alumni and actives, including scholarship recipients.

Alumni (more than five years out of college) and spouses:
$150 (USD) per person. The price is the Foundation's actual cost for dinner, wine, etc.

Alumni (first five years out of college) and spouses:
$109 (USD) per person.

Actives:
$69 (USD) per person. Travel reimbursements apply to encourage attendance from actives.


Sponsorship Opportunities

To help cover the cost of publicity, dinners, and transportation subsidies for actives, we need sponsors for this memorable event for the benefit of The John Hart Hunter Educational Foundation, Inc.

 

Sponsorship Levels:

K++a Sponsorship: $500 (USD) ($350 is tax-deductible [U.S. taxpayers only] if you attend the dinner; the full $500 is tax-deductible [U.S. taxpayers only] otherwise).

John Hart Hunter Sponsorship: $300 (USD) ($150 is tax-deductible [U.S. taxpayers only] if you attend the dinner; the full $300 is tax-deductible [U.S. taxpayers only] otherwise).

Sponsor an Active (and include yourself): $220 (USD) ($70 is tax-deductible [U.S. taxpayers only] if you attend the dinner; the full $220 is tax-deductible [U.S. taxpayers only] otherwise).


Other Important Stuff

Black tie is encouraged; coat and tie are required.

Spouses, because they are officially “sisters” (regardless of gender), are welcome.

Scholarship award recipients will be recognized and are guests of the Society.


Want to Know More?

Contact the committee:

Dinner Chairman
Jeff Hodde, CH’69: 917-862-0762; [email protected]

Executive Council President
John Enteman, CG’72: 917-913-5542; [email protected]

President of The John Hart Hunter Educational Foundation, Inc.
Jim Goldman, VC’81, VP’86: 484-443-4303; [email protected]

Look Who’s Coming:

Christopher Frost, CC’70
Matthew Kurzweil, CC’14
Thomas W. Raymond, CC’14
Ethan Pearce, CC’15
Jacob W. Rothschild, CC’19
Aaron Rapaport, CC’20
Samuel G. Kemp, CC’21
Maxwell J. Fineberg, CC’22
Steven Genzardi, CC’22
W. Ross O’Connor, CC’23
John H. F. Enteman, CG’72
Michael R. Barger, CH’77
John A. Hoff Jr., CH’77
Nicholas "Bud" Kozloff, CH’77
Ed Mooney, CH’77
Patrick W Carroll, CH’06
Oliver H. Meeker, CH’09
Parker R. Boundy, CH’11
Brian Salazar, CH’19
Oliver M. Annson, CH’20
William W. Derrick, CH’20
Devin C. Doeblin, CH’20
Matthew R. Ellerkamp, CH’20
Joshua G. Wasserman, CH’20
Colton B. Corriveau, CH’21
Salim Fabio, CH’21
Henry D. Hall, CH’21
Timothy C. Harris, CH’21
Joshua J. Hobika, CH’21
Cohl R. Johnston, CH’21
Zane J. Piedmonte-Lang, CH’21
Nico H. Ramos, CH’21
Ryan J. Righi, CH’21
Michael A. Bamah, CH’22
Stewart E. Falso, CH’22
Wren P. Ferris, CH’22
Benjamin B. Gordon, CH’22
William W. Kim, CH’22
Tyler D. Maddock, CH’22
Griffin N. Pugach, CH’22
Luke J. Reynolds, CH’22
Eric A. Strait, CH’22
James L. Goldman, VC’81,VP’86
David R. Herz, VC’87
Andrew P. Burroughs, VD’20
Cole DeJager, VD’20
Doug & Liz Stives, VL’68
Marvens D. Jean, VL’20
Luke R. Marmer, VL’21
Andrew Young, VM’19
Adam Belkebir, VM’20
Conor M. Kenney, VM’20
Sergio Dempsey, VOO’19
Adam Lang, VOO’19
Victor Shi, VOO’20
Adam C. Pinnington, VOO’21
Eric Alexander, VOO’22
Griffen Helm, VOO’22
David T. Finkelstein, VP’87
Adam Konkol, VP’21
Edward & Dorothy Byers, VT’75
Todd Byers, VT’04
Robert Sarty, VT’19
Michael Spyker, VT’19
Michael Mastrangelo, VT’20
Zachary Medeiros, VT’20
Fox Slawnych, VT’20
Adrien Blanchard, VT’21
Zachary Rosen, VT’21
Lucas Scott, VT’21

 

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