Boston. Join the Penn Club of Boston for various events planned for this summer. On Saturday, July 17, well kick off the 2nd Annual Summer Pub Crawl, making our way from one end of the Back Bay to the other. The fun begins at The Rattlesnake (384 Boylston Street) at 3 p.m.; for information, contact Aileen <firstname.lastname@example.org> or Armaghan <armaghan@penn clubofboston.org>. Mark July 25 on your calendar to discuss the book clubs July pick: Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas for Millions by Ben Mezrich; the discussion will be informal and is open to anyone. Feel free to attend even if you havent finished the book, as wed love to have your input. Visit our website (below) for location and time. Thinking of applying to business school? The club is sponsoring a Business School Panel: youll have the chance to talk with recruiters from some of the countrys top business schools. Contact Dan Rosen <email@example.com> for details. Finally, join the PCOB as the Red Sox takes on the Detroit Tigers on Sunday, Aug. 29, at 2:05p.m. Contact Allison Geuder <firstname.lastname@example.org> for more information. Visit the website (www.pennclubofboston.org) to sign up for our free club mailing list.
Chicago. Keep an eye out for more details on these upcoming events sponsored by the Midwest Regional Advisory Board (MWRAB): Thursday, Sept. 30, Improving Young Lives: Penns Commitment to the Health, Education, and Welfare of Americas Children, featuring deans Dr. Susan H. Fuhrman (Education), Dr. Richard Gelles (Social Work), and Dr. Afaf I. Meleis (Nursing). On Thursday, Oct. 21, the Alumni Council on Admissions will help parents of children in grades 7-11, with their children, get into the mind-set of navigating the college-admissions process and to give a glimpse into the road that lies ahead. For example, do you know the difference between Early Decision, Early Admission, Rolling Decision, and Early Action candidates? Stay tuned for more information!
Gold Coast, Fla. The Penn Alumni Asso-ciation for the Florida Gold Coast covers North Dade through Southern Palm Beach counties. We have events planned from October through June. If interested, please call club president, Michael Feuerman at (954) 471-4320 or see our homepage at (www.PennGoldCoast.com).
Japan. Join the Penn Club of Japan for its annual general meeting this July in the Mita Club of NEC. An exciting guest speaker and food/open bar will add to the evenings festivities. Last year over 100 PCJers attended the AGM, and this year the number will be higher. It has been another banner year for the PCJ, and the AGM should be a great attraction for all alumni to rekindle connections and make new ones. Pricing and times are still to be set as of publication time, so please contact club social director, Kris DeLeon at <email@example.com> for details. A note of thanks to the over 50 Penn alumni who attended the annual University Charity Ball on April 10 to benefit the childrens charities, Wildflower House and Ashinaga.
New York. The New York City Regional Alumni Association (PennNYC), is looking for volunteers to take on leadership roles within the organizationenthusiastic and dedicated people to lead committees, manage events, and be a part of PennNYCs leadership team. Alumni leadership is a great way to network and develop your leadership skills. If you want to take on such leadership responsibility, please visit our website (www.PennNYC.org) for more information, or contact Jessica Lennon Whitney C98 at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Los Angeles. The Penn Club of Los Angeles recently celebrated our first Cahuenga Crawl in May. We had a great time, with a number of alumni. Please join us for several upcoming events: Howl at the Moon Happy Hour on July 23; Beach Dinner at the Jonathan Club, Aug. 3; and Hairspray on Aug. 24. Please visit (www.pennclubla.com) for ticket information. Want to receive our newsletter and join the club? Register on the website.
Portland, Ore. We were pleased to present four book awards to Oregon high-school juniors this year. The book we chose was Mary Ellen Mark: American Odyssey. Mary Ellen Mark CW62 ASC64 graciously inscribed each volume. Happy hours continue on the third Thursday of every month, July 15 and Aug. 19. Check the website for details (www.fhzal.com/penn). Plans are underway for our annual picnic, at which new and current students and their families are honored guests. Once again, information is available on the website.
San Antonio, Tex. The Summer Send Off party for the Penn Alumni Club of San Antonio is on Saturday, Aug. 14 from 3p.m. to 5p.m. at the home of George Vassar C90. Please contact club president Rhonda Boyles at <email@example.com> for more information.
San Diego. Penn football is coming to California! Catch the Quakers as they take on the University of San Diego on Saturday, Sept. 18. Contact T.J. Zane at <firstname.lastname@example.org> about plans for an alumni gathering before the game.
2004 The Pennsylvania Gazette