Letter From The Editor

November 10th, 2014 Posted in Alumni News & Events

Alumni Association New Academic Year “Kick-off”

Cayuga’s Alumni Association and the Alumni office are full swing into the new academic year. With the return of many of our dedicated alumni board members and the addition of several new members, the year is shaping up to be a successful one.   Hopefully all of you received your fall/winter edition of The Spartan and are getting up to date on everything that is new and happening on both campuses.

Our annual fall trips to Gettysburg and New York City were both a success. This was our 11th annual trip to Gettysburg; once again escorted by our new Associate Vice President of the Fulton campus, John Lamphere. The New York City travelers enjoyed staying in the heart of all the action at the Sheraton Inn, Times Square. Look for our 2015 Trip Schedule ad in this issue.

We have been working on a new Alumni clothing line; featuring an option of Alumni logos to choose from. Look for the new Alumni Gear tab in Get Inspired and on our CCC/Alumni web page. Apparel line includes casual wear, oxford shirts, as well as items for cool weather. Order your new gear now so you will be ready to wear it to our upcoming Alumni Events. We’ve schedule two Syracuse Crunch hockey games at Alumni discount pricing along with a CCC Men’s Spartan Basketball home game. See our ads in this issue! Be sure to stop by and visit the Alumni table at the 41st Annual Holiday Craft Show; December 6 & 7.

I would like to introduce your 2014-2015 ACC/CCC Alumni Board: President Ted Herrling ’72, Vice President Gerry Guiney ’82, Treasurer Fred Falsey ’76, Secretary John Lamphere ’74, past president, Tony Gucciardi ’61. Members at large include: Lori Cochran ’05, Michael Fochtman ’12, Felicia Franceschelli ’11, JoAnn Harris ’95, Bill Jacobs ’73, Kristan Johnson ’13, John McLeod ’08, Amanda Reed ’06, Rebecca Reese ’ 06, Amanda Stankus ’03 and Terry Wilbur ’08. Ex officio members include Mary Kriever ’09, Director of Alumni Affairs, and Jeff Hoffman, Executive Director of the CCC Foundation.

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