Atlanta. June 12—Jonathan Moreno, professor of medical ethics and one of Penn’s newest Penn-Integrates-Knowledge professors, will speak; location and time are being finalized. June 13 & July 11—TeamIvy Happy Hour at Park Tavern, 10th & Monroe streets, Piedmont Park, 7pm. June 20—Young alumni Trivia Night at Locos, 3167 Peachtree Road in Buckhead, 8pm. Lastly, the club is planning an exciting event around the Ben Franklin 300 exhibit at the Atlanta History Center for late September that will feature Page Talbot, exhibit curator. So stay tuned and plan to attend this exclusive event. Contact club president Emmanuel Tillman EAS’85 at <emmanuel.tillman@alumni.upenn.edu> or (404) 629-1224 for these events.

Bucks County, Pa. Check out our new website (www.pennclubbucks.com) for club and event information.

Fairfield County, Conn. Join us for the first annual dinner on Tues., June 5, 6:30 p.m., at the Burning Tree Country Club in Greenwich; our speaker is Lee Stetson Jr. GEd’71, dean of undergraduate admissions, and we will honor University Trustee Paul Kelly C’62 WG’64. For more information contact club president Joanne Goldner Kahan W’84 at <fairfieldpenn@aol.com>.

Gold Coast, Fla. June 7—annual dinner meeting featuring a Penn speaker will be held at the Riverside Hotel on Las Olas Boulevard, Ft. Lauderdale. Details are being finalized, so check (www.penngoldcoast.com) or contact club president Joe Cesarotti Jr. W’87 at <Joseph.D.Cesarotti.W87@alumni.upenn.edu>.

Hawaii. The club welcomes Penn’s Nursing Dean Afaf Meleis on June 21 in Honolulu. For details, contact club president Doug Yee W’65 WG’67 at <Douglas.Yee@morganstanley.com>.

Long Island. The club will hold our annual end of the year Awards Dinner on Sun., June 3, featuring guest speaker, College Dean Dennis DeTurck G’78 Gr’80. For more information, contact club president Pattie Simon C’78 at <pattie_simon@yahoo.com>.

Metro New Jersey. University President Amy Gutmann will be our featured speaker this year at the annual Wesley A. Stanger Jr. Scholars and Installation Dinner: Mon., June 18, at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston at 6:30 p.m. For more information contact our chairs Dale Bell <adbbbell@aol.com> or Maria Ho <mchuho@aol.com>. Penn Parents Night, for parents of incoming Penn students, will take place in June at the Montclair Art in Montclair: stay tuned for the exact date. For details, contact our chairs Valantina Hedvat <hnwint@version.net>, Charlie Mangano <candjmangano@comcast.net>, or Maria Ho. For more information about these and other programs, contact club president Renie Carniol CW’75 WG’76 at <pennclubmetronj@yahoo.com> or visit (www.pennclubmetronj.com).

New York. On Thurs., May 17, PennNYC and the Penn Club of New York’s young-alumni committee is hosting a Spring Fling celebration. Join other young alumni (21-35 years) at the Penn Club from 8:30–11:30 p.m. for an open bar and more! For details, contact Julie Yannalfo at <jyannalfo@ pennclubny.org>. Join PARC (the PennNYC Alumni Running Club) every Tuesday at 7 pm. in Central Park; the group returns for its second year, with a goal: the New York City Nike Half Marathon in August—contact Denise Froatz at <dfroatz@ clinedavis.com>. For details on events, sign up for our listserv at (www.PennNYC.com). To volunteer, contact club president Dale Kramer Cohen W’76 <Dale.K.Cohen@gmail.com>.

Portland. Join fellow Penn grads and friends for Summer Happy Hour, on Thurs., June 21, 5:30–7:00 p.m., in a toast to the Summer Solstice (23 hours and 33 minutes earlier), Penn, and each other. Our annual Summer Lawn Party, where we have a chance to meet the incoming members of the Class of 2011, will be held in late July or early August. Further information on events, along with a printable membership form, can be found on our website (www.pennclubofportland.com). Also, check the website in June for the local high-school recipients of this year’s Penn Book Awards.

St. Louis. Wed., June 13—Dr. Liberty Getman of the Penn Vet School’s New Bolton Center will speak to alumni about Barbaro and his surgery. For details, contact Stephanie Baumann C’90 <baumann4@charter.net>.

Westchester & Rockland Counties. Our annual spring dinner will be held on Wed., May 16, at the Ridgeway Country Club, 400 Ridgeway, White Plains: cocktails begin at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7:30 p.m. Our featured dinner speaker will be Bill Boggs C’63 G’64 on “Got What it Takes? Successful People on How They Made it to the Top.” Cost is $65 per person (including a signed book) or $115/couple (one signed book), and there will be a cash bar. For more details, contact club president Cindy Shmerler Levy C’81 at <pennwestchester@aol.com> or (914) 747-5174.


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University of Pennsylvania Glee Club
International Tour 2007: Ireland

May 16-17: Dublin
May 18-19: Limerick
May 20-21: Galway
May 22: Sligo
May 23: Dundalk
May 24-25: Belfast

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ACA | The Alumni Council on Admissions is Penn’s resource for undergraduate legacy applicants. The staff hosts an informal Q&A session about legacy admissions every Monday and Friday (except University holidays) from 12:15 to 1 p.m. in the Sweeten Alumni House, 3533 Locust Walk. Reservations are not required. Personal interviews are available for legacies who are completing their junior year of high school. Please call (215) 898-6888 for an appointment; for more information, visit (www.alumni.upenn.edu/aca).

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