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You Are Invited August 21, 2017! SCCF ‘s Annual Golf Classic Honoring Michael J. Grant and Kevin Foley

 

Golf Invitation Cover
Suffolk Community College Foundation

Invites you to make your reservation for the

 34th Annual Golf Classic

Benefiting student scholarships, emergency student loans and program development

Monday, August 21, 2017

The Hamlet Golf & Country Club

1 Clubhouse Dr, Commack, NY 11725

Honoring
Michael J. Grant Jr. & Kevin Foley
and The Foley Family Scholarship Fund

Schedule of Events

RAIN or SHINE

9:30 AM Registration and Refreshments

10:00 AM Driving Range and Putting Green Open

11:00 AM Shotgun Start (Scramble format)

5:00 PM Cocktail Reception

6:00 PM Awards Dinner

Please complete the registration form or register online at www.sunysuffolk.edu/golf.  You may fax your registration form to (631) 451-4940 and mail your payment separately.  For more information call (631) 451-4458 or e-mail Golf@sunysuffolk.edu.  Your check/credit card payment confirms your reservation. Donations accepted online and raffle items accepted by mail.
Click here to take advantage of discounted early bird pricing before 7/21/17!

Golf Committee:

Mary Lou Araneo Mary Kaffaga
Drew Biondo Joseph Kosina ’00
Nicholas Bosco Russell Malbrough
Travers Breen Mario Mattera
Ed Boughal Amy Muller
Carol Wickliffe-Campbell Milagros Nieves
Sylvia Diaz Renee Ortiz
Kevin Foley Louis Petrizzo
Nancy Gerli Jill Saltarelli
Michael Grant Tylar Vigliarolo ‘17
Dr. Janet Haff ‘74 Christopher Williams

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Save the Date Monday, August 21, 2017 34th Annual Suffolk Community College Golf Classic

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34th Annual Suffolk Community College Golf Classic

Monday, August 21, 2017
The Hamlet Golf and Country Club
One Clubhouse Drive, Commack, NY 11725

Benefiting student scholarships and academic program support

For reservations and committee information please contact:

The Foundation Office: 631-451-4458 Or via e-mail at Golf@sunysuffolk.edu

Sponsorship and Registration Information

Envision This: Riverhead Buick GMC Donates Hole-in-One Prize for Suffolk Golf Classic

Time is running out, but donations and sponsorship commitments are on the rise as the Suffolk County Community College Golf Classic inches closer to tee-off time.

 Golf Classic Prize

Riverhead Buick GMC has generously donated a hole-in-one prize of a three year lease on a new Buick Envision for the Suffolk Community College Foundation / Bridgehampton National Bank 33rd Annual Golf Classic on August 22 it was announced today.

A golfer can drive away in a brand new Buick Envision if they can score a hole-in-one during the golf classic on the 4th hole of the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack.

“Riverhead Buick GMC has been and continues to be a generous supporter of Suffolk County Community College and our foundation,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay.

This year’s golf classic will tee-off on Monday, August 22, 2016 at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack. Registration includes 18 holes of golf, access to the driving range and putting green, golf cart, lunch, a cocktail reception and awards dinner.

The proceeds from the Golf Classic will support need and merit-based scholarships, emergency student loans and quality academic enrichment programs for Suffolk County Community College students. Last year, more than 500 students were helped by $650,000 in aid from the Suffolk Community College Foundation.

Register for the Golf Classic, the awards dinner or both at the Foundation’s website at www.sunysuffolk.edu/golf

Source: Suffolk County Community College

Maserati of Long Island Donates 2016 Maserati Ghibli as Hole-in-One Prize for Suffolk Golf Classic

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Maserati of Long Island Donates 2016 Maserati Ghibli as Hole-in-One Prize for Suffolk Golf Classic

Your golf drive might not be the only “drive” you can show off thanks to Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island who has generously donated a hole-in-one prize of a new Maserati for the Suffolk Community College Foundation 33rd Annual Golf Classic on August 22.

A 2016 Maserati Ghibli will be driven away by a lucky golfer if he or she can score a hole-in-one on the 4th hole of the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack.

Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island has been and continues to be a generous supporter of Suffolk County Community College, our foundation and students,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay.

Not a golfer? Support the college by attending the awards reception and dinner.
The reception and dinner will provide another opportunity to drive a sleek Italian sports car. A Maserati Weekend experience will be auctioned along with dozens of other prizes during the dinner hour.

“Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island provides the absolute coolest hole-in-one opportunity of any golf event in our region, and the Suffolk Community College Foundation is delighted to once again partner with this great Long Island business in support of student scholarships, said Suffolk Community College Foundation Executive Director Dr. Sylvia A. Diaz.

The proceeds from the Golf Classic will support need and merit-based scholarships, emergency student loans and quality academic enrichment programs for Suffolk County Community College students. Last year, more than 500 students were helped by more than $650,000 in aid from the Suffolk Community College Foundation.

Kevin M. O’Connor, president and chief executive officer of The Bridgehampton National Bank (BNB) and a Suffolk County Community College graduate will be honored at the event.

The Classic will tee-off on Monday, August 22, 2016 at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack. Registration includes 18 holes of golf, access to the driving range and putting green, golf cart, lunch, a cocktail reception and a celebratory dinner featuring raffle drawings, auction and awards ceremony.

Early registration is $300 per golfer and $1,100 for a foursome.
Register for the Golf Classic at the Foundation’s website at www.sunysuffolk.edu/golf

 

‘Green’ on the Green: Riverhead Toyota Donates New Prius as Hole-in-One Prize for Suffolk Golf Classic

Time is running out, but donations and sponsorship commitments are on the rise as the Suffolk County Community College Golf Classic inches closer to tee-off time.

Riverhead Toyota has generously donated a hole-in-one prize of a new Toyota Prius along with a luncheon sponsorship for the Suffolk Community College Foundation 32nd Annual Golf Classic on August 24 it was announced today.

Front three quarter view of a

Front three quarter view of a Prius

A golfer can drive away in a brand new Toyota Prius courtesy of Riverhead Toyota if they can score a hole-in-one during the golf classic on the 4th hole of the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack. “Riverhead Toyota has been and continues to be a generous supporter of Suffolk County Community College and our foundation,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay.

Toyota USA has a wonderful relationship with Suffolk County Community College according to President McKay. The Toyota T-TEN, Toyota’s Technician and Education Network program is a world-renowned technical training program partnership with Toyota that is a critical component of Suffolk County Community College’s Automotive Technology Program. T-TEN, offers world-class technical training, with hands on classroom and lab training, complemented by on-the-job experience in a Toyota or Lexus dealer service center. Toyota USA has donated more than a dozen Toyota/Lexus automobiles and pick-up trucks to the college for students to garner hands-on training and experience.

The proceeds from the Golf Classic will support need and merit-based scholarships, emergency student loans and quality academic enrichment programs for Suffolk County Community College students. Last year, more than 500 students were helped by $650,000 in aid from the Suffolk Community College Foundation.

Former Suffolk County Police Commissioner, Deputy County Executive and Community College Executive Dean John C. Gallagher will be honored by the Suffolk Community College Foundation at the Classic. Tickets and golf slots are still available.

The Classic will take place on Monday, August 24, 2015 at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack. Registration includes 18 holes of golf, access to the driving range and putting green, golf cart, lunch, a cocktail reception and a celebratory reception and dinner featuring raffle drawings, auction and awards ceremony.

Registration is $275 per golfer and $1,100 for a foursome.

Register for the Golf Classic at the Foundation’s website at www.sunysuffolk.edu/golf .

Source: Suffolk County Community College

Thursday July 9, “HUNGER FOR KNOWLEDGE” support Suffolk County Community College with Ruby Tuesday’s

Ruby Tuesday is extremely proud to be part of your hometown and believes in giving back. As a fellow member of the community, we invite you to participate in…
Ruby Tuesday’s Community GiveBack Program for
SUFFOLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Grab your family and friends and join us at one of the locations below on THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2015

Please present this flyer to your server, and we will give back 20% of the purchase Suffolk County Community College.

To make a reservation, simply call us or visit us online at http://www.rubytuesday.com/reserve-a-table
(Ruby Tuesday’s apologizes but cannot accommodate coupon usage or other discounts in conjunction with our GiveBack Program.)

THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2015

COMMACK • 6330 JERICHO TURNPIKE • 631-864-6603
SELDEN • 289 MIDDLE COUNTRY ROAD • 631-696-9290
FARMINGDALE • 2120 BROAD HOLLOW ROAD •631-293-5395

Find Suffolk County Community College Alumni Association online:

Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | WordPress | Pinterest | Flickr | Alumni Shop

 Click here to make an online gift to support SCCC students and programs

Thursday June 11, “HUNGER FOR KNOWLEDGE” support Suffolk County Community College with Ruby Tuesday’s

Ruby Tuesday is extremely proud to be part of your hometown and believes in giving back. As a fellow member of the community, we invite you to participate in…
Ruby Tuesday’s Community GiveBack Program for
SUFFOLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Grab your family and friends and join us at one of the locations below on
THURSDAY, JUNE 11 & THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2015

Please present this flyer to your server, and we will give back 20% of the purchase Suffolk County Community College.

To make a reservation, simply call us or visit us online at http://www.rubytuesday.com/reserve-a-table
(Ruby Tuesday’s apologizes but cannot accommodate coupon usage or other discounts in conjunction with our GiveBack Program.)

THURSDAY, JUNE 11 & THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2015

COMMACK • 6330 JERICHO TURNPIKE • 631-864-6603
SELDEN • 289 MIDDLE COUNTRY ROAD • 631-696-9290
FARMINGDALE • 2120 BROAD HOLLOW ROAD •631-293-5395

Find Suffolk County Community College Alumni Association online:

Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | WordPress | Pinterest | Flickr | Alumni Shop

 Click here to make an online gift to support SCCC students and programs

Suffolk Math Prof. Deborah S. Wolfson Awarded Selective Leadership Honor

Suffolk County Community College Professor of Mathematics Deborah S. Wolfson has been awarded the selective Chair Academy’s 2015 International Exemplary Leadership Award for her redesign of the Excelsior Program.

The award, presented at the International Chair Academy’s annual conference in April, recognizes exceptional post-secondary leaders who exemplify and support academic and administrative excellence in leadership.

The Excelsior Program is Suffolk County Community College’s concurrent enrollment program with Suffolk County high schools that allows high school students to earn college credits.

“The Chair Leadership Foundational Academy, and then the Advanced Leadership Academy, has played an important role in my personal and professional growth.  Through the Academy I have been able to cultivate amazing relationships, and develop leadership and life skills to invest back into the College.  Thank you to Suffolk County Community College for bringing the Chair Academy to our college.  Receiving the Chair Academy’s prestigious 2015 International Exemplary Leader Award, has always been a goal of mine and exemplifies the importance the college places on developing effective leaders,” said Wolfson, of Commack, NY.

“Professor Wolfson’s leadership and dedication has seen our Excelsior Program’s enrollment skyrocket,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay, adding “The entire college community and I applaud and congratulate Professor Wolfson on a job well done.”

The College lauded Wolfson and her achievements in a letter nominating her for the prestigious award:

“Professor Deborah Wolfson has demonstrated superior leadership in redesigning Suffolk County Community College’s Excelsior Program, our concurrent enrollment program with Suffolk County high schools.  When she accepted the leadership of this program enrollment was stalled.  But, soon thereafter, enrollment soared over 300% and continues to grow.

“Using leadership tools learned at the Chair Leadership Foundational Academy, and then the Advanced Leadership Academy, Deborah has mastered the art of maintaining high academic standards to build a quality program that appeals to high school students in Suffolk County, our service area,” the letter said.

The Chair Academy is dedicated to delivering exemplary leadership development and has offered world-class, competency-based leadership development programs for college and university leaders since 1992.

Source: Suffolk County Community College

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Click here to make an online gift to support SCCC students and programs

Trio to be Honored at Suffolk Community College Foundation Golf Classic Reception for Daring Rescue.

Two Suffolk County police officers and a Centereach good Samaritan who rescued a trapped, 23-year-old Holtsville woman from her burning Ford Focus after a November 21, 2013 crash will be honored by the Suffolk County Legislature’s Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory at an awards reception following the Suffolk Community College Foundation’s 31st Annual Golf Classic honoring Noel DiGerolamo, President of the Suffolk County Police BenevolDavid Vlacichent Association (PBA). The reception and awards ceremony will be Monday, August 25 at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club in Commack after completion of the golf classic. Suffolk County Fourth Precinct Police Officers David Vlacich and Bryan Boudreaux responding to call about a multi-vehicle car crash and fire at Route 25 and Moriches Rd. in Lake Grove arrived to find 23-year-old Stephanie McNamee unconscious and trapped in her burning, blue Ford Focus. A good Samaritan, David Ayala, 38, arrived moments before the police and was attempting to help the victim.

Working together, while the car continued to burn and potentially explode, the three freed the victim and carried her to safety. The victim recovered from her injuries.

“Officers Vlacich, Boudreaux and good Samaritan David Ayala will be commended for their quick and heroic actions by entering a burning vehicle and rescuing a trapped and unconscious victim,” said Suffolk County Community College president Dr. Shaun L. McKay. It is an honor to welcome them to our post event reception and celebration.”

“It is my pleasure to join President McKay in recognizing Suffolk County Police Officers Vlacich and Boudreaux for their heroism. Suffolk County is truly fortunate to have such members of our fine police force,” said Presiding Officer Gregory.

The proceeds from the Golf Classic will support needs-based and merit-based scholarships, emergency student loans and academic enrichment programs for Suffolk County Community College students.  The Suffolk Community College Foundation distributed more than $500,000 in scholarships to deserving students last year.

Those wishing to attend the post Golf Classic reception and awards ceremony may do so by buying tickets online at:  www.sunysuffolk.edu/golf or call the Suffolk Community College Foundation office at 631-451-4458.

Source: Suffolk County Community College

Suffolk Students Honored For Exceptional Academic Achievement, Service to Community, Leadership

Fourteen Suffolk County Community College students were honored for exceptional academic achievement at a ceremony hosted by SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher at the New York State Capitol today. Notably, Suffolk had the most Chancellor’s Award recipients for Student Excellence among community colleges. Six of the students are Phi Theta Kappa All-New York Academic team recipients.

“Our students, recognized for their outstanding academic achievements, leadership and service, exemplify the very best our college has to offer,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay, “and they are shining examples for other students across our campuses and in our communities.”

The SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence was created to recognize students who have best demonstrated, and been recognized for, the integration of academic excellence with accomplishments in the areas of leadership, campus involvement, athletics, community service, creative and performing arts, or career achievement. This year’s honorees have an overall grade point average of 3.8 (out of 4) and have demonstrated significant contributions to the College and community.

“Students honored with the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, and those recognized by Phi Theta Kappa, truly embody the power of SUNY,” said Chancellor Zimpher. “As proven leaders and role models, scholar athletes, creative artists, and civic volunteers, each student is recognized not just for academic achievement, but also for the profound impact they have on college campuses and local communities across New York State. Congratulations to the Suffolk County Community College students being recognized today.”

SUNY Chancellor’s Awards Recipients

Elizabeth Ammenworth — Bayport
Sameer Anand – Baiting Hollow
Amie Bernstein — Holbrook
Taylor Biondi — Holbrook
Angelina Curley — Sayville
Felipe Espitia-Cetina— Brentwood
Jennifer Ilgaz — Eastport
Amanda Koscik — Commack
Suzanne Loevner – Bay Shore
Bryan Nee – East Setauket
Maryam Rabbani – Bay Shore
Deborah Rehm — Shirley
Danielle Safaty— Hauppauge
Jorge Vallecillo—West Islip

The Phi Theta Kappa Academic Team Awards recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students, and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, community service and fellowship programming.

Phi Theta Kappa Academic Team Awards

First Team:

Angelina Curley * Coca-Cola Scholarship-Silver
Amanda Koscik * Coca-Cola Scholarship-Bronze
Deborah Rehm

Third Team:

Sameer Anand
Felipe Espitia-Cetina
Jennifer Ilgaz

* This program is sponsored by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and is administered by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
Source: Suffolk County Community College

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