The next Alumni Book Club meeting will be Wednesday, October 12th and we have selected a historical fiction book. We welcome all alumni to come for one or as many dates as you can. The club is organized by Pam Frazier '76 who is a librarian at Crandall Public Library.
Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Time & Location: 6:30pm in the Regional Higher Education Center Room 122. The book club meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month through September - June.
Culinary Lunch Alumni Table from Thursday, April 28. Thank you for attending! We enjoyed a three course meal prepared and served by our culinary arts students in our Culinary Center. The next lunch will be scheduled next fall semester. Enjoy your summer everyone!
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SUNY Adirondack hosted a networking event and panel discussion titled “The (Air)Wave of the Future: The Radio-Television Program at SUNY Adirondack” featuring alumni from the college’s radio and television broadcasting program April 22 in Miller Auditorium, Dearlove Hall. Kevin Ankeny, director of the college's Radio-Television Broadcasting Program, was the moderator. Thanks to Kevin and our panelists - Larry Farenell '71, Don Tenne '74, Brian Delaney '86, Drew Schiavi '03 and Kate Sullivan '04 - for making this event a success!
Here are a few images from that event:
Special Reception for alumni who graduated from 1961-1968
The SUNY Adirondack Alumni Association hosted a special gathering on July 24, 2013, for all alumni who attended classes at the original building in Hudson Falls from 1961 to 1967. The building is now known as the Washington County Annex, part of the Washington County Municipal Center. Kevin Hayes '76, Washington County Administrator led a tour which was followed by refreshments and a question an answer with former faculty Dr. Norman Enhorning, Mac Edwards, Ron Moss, Steve Borgos, Bob Addison, and Business Division Chair Nick Buttino.
A photo of the former Griffin Lumber Co. building in Fort Edward. The building served as the site of the Adirondack Community College campus from 1961 to the spring of 1967.