Saturday, January 7 – 9 AM – Noon
22 Northhampton St. Buffalo, NY
During the 2017 “Cornell Cares Day” the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo will volunteer at The Teacher’s Desk. The Teacher’s Desk is the store where teachers shop free for books, school supplies and teacher resources for students in their classrooms. Its mission is to distribute free school supplies to students in need, to encourage teachers and to provide purpose through volunteerism. See www.theteachersdesk.org for more information.
The Cornell team help sort warehouse inventory and stock the store shelves. The Club will provide lunch after we finish our work.
Below is a short video about the Teacher’s Desk https://proxy.qualtrics.com/proxy/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fyoutu.be%2F_7ZQ6IHvxiU&token=dN1HGBpRdPKe2VMhi7XYgq0EFEL19PvMOLeEn0BAzD8%3D
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Local College Alumni Social @ SOHO Burger Bar
Tuesday, December 6th – 6:00PM start
$20 per person includes well drink/beer/wine and assorted appetizers.
The Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo invites local college alumni to meet and greet at Soho Burger Bar in downtown Buffalo. Join us for an evening of socializing with other alumni of local colleges and enhance your network in the greater Buffalo area. Enjoy assorted signature mini burgers, house made chips, and Buffalo chicken egg rolls.
Registration for this event will conclude on Sunday, December 4th.
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The Hotel Lafayette
391 Washington Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
6:00 PM start – $30 per person includes hors d’oevres, desert and coffee and tea service. Cash bar.
The Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo is excited and proud to have Judge Barbara Howe (A&S) MA ’73, PhD ’76 present to our Cornell community at The Hotel Lafayette.
Email accounts, digital purchases, bank and brokerage accounts, social networking profiles and photo sharing are seamlessly integrated into our everyday lives. But what happens to these things when we are no longer around? Deciding how to manage your digital legacy just may be the trickiest estate-planning task. Digital assets, which can have both sentimental and monetary value, often go unaddressed in estate planning and yet, having your digital assets documented and organized is a vital part of estate planning.
Join us for an evening with Judge Howe as she discusses Digital Assets at Death and the importance of considering these assets as you plan for the future.
Registration for this event will conclude on Monday, September 12th. Register at http://cornelluniversity.imodules.com/s/1717/alumni/event.aspx?sid=1717&gid=2&pgid=3757&content_id=4904
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