You are cordially invited to the Marotto’s Soiree, a winter social at one of our favorite Cornellian owned restaurants. Our host, Mark Marotto ’82, has arranged the following menu:
—sliced-marinated roast pork tenderloin with a honey sesame seed glaze
—house smoked rainbow trout
—penne with broccoli florets and roasted red peppers, garlic and oil
—baked clams casino
—antipasti, sharp cheese
Marotto’s Restaurant is in Kenmore, meet us there on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 5:30 – 8 p.m.
Registration is encouraged in advance for $15 per person and includes the above menu. The Cornell Cocktail (as documented in the Old Mr. Boston bartender’s guide) will be available – cash bar.
Walk-ins will be accommodated at $25 per person.
For event questions, please contact Mark Beardi ’94 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 2010, the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo has sponsored a book club whereby area Cornellians and their friends can gather on a monthly basis to read, discuss, and dine their way through great works of literature. The reading list has included Nobel Prize winners, Cornellians, Buffalo-based authors spanning the range from fiction and non-fiction, illustrated books and short stories.
Interested in joining the Club’s book club?
Join us January 15th at the home of Catherine March ’14 and Matthew Nagowski ’05 where we’ll discuss Celeste Ng’s Everything I Never Told You.
All are welcome at Book Club – this is often a great time of year for a resolution to read more often, or to bring a friend to Book Club.
Contact Celinda Crego ’79 at email@example.com for more information.
On December 7th, alumni and Cornellians from WNY gathered at the Market Arcade building to celebrate Matthew Nagowski ’05, past president of the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo, as he received the NYS Hometown Alumni Award.
In case you missed it, the Cornell Chronicle published this article about Matt.
From research to hands on development, Cornell University has been a big part of the Buffalo community–from revitalizing housing communities on the West Side to cultivating research on urban farming to enhance the availability healthy local food.
“The world of work is such a big part of every regional economy. There are very few sectors of the economy or parts of the community that Cornell and ILR haven’t influenced in this city.’ – Lou Jean Fleron, Cornell ILR extension faculty
This week, Cornell published a feature package about transformative work by community groups and Cornell in Buffalo to help achieve smart, sustainable, grassroots growth in neighborhoods throughout the city. It is a great story to showcase all of Cornell’s incredible efforts in Buffalo!
The Division of University Relations, Engaged Cornell, Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, Office of the Provost and the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo cordially invite you to…
An Engaged Cornell Convening Breakfast
Cornell New York State Hometown Alumni Award Recognition Ceremony for Matthew Nagowski ’05, Group Vice President, M&T Bank
With a featured talk by Katherine McComas Ph.D. ’00, Vice Provost for Engagement and Land Grant Affairs on the role of the university in civic participation and community development.
Cornell New York State Hometown Alumni Award recipients are Cornell graduates who have contributed in a meaningful way in their home community.
Additional speakers include:
Sean Ryan, New York State Assembly member, District 149
Joel Malina, Vice President of University Relations, Cornell University
Lou Jean Fleron, Director, Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab
Breakfast will be provided. RSVPs are requested by 12/3, contact Catherine March ’14 at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.