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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

Awards Dinner

10/16/2012

Organization: Rochester Education Foundation Partnership

Join us for a splash of Hollywood as keynote speaker Robert Forster, Madison High School grad and Academy Award nominee, receives the Alumni Award at an event honoring city student partners at 6 p.m., Rochester Plaza Hotel. Sponsors Cocktail Reception, 5 to 6 p.m. Honorees include RIT President Dr. William W. Destler and Dr. Rebecca Johnson; Deborah Lazio, School 25 principal; Deon Rodgers, Riverflow Soccer founder; and Beth Kaplan-Wolff, Rochester International Academy teacher. Sponsorships available. Tickets: $75 per person, $600 for table of eight. For more information go to rochestereducation.org/events/partnership_awards_2012.shtml or info@rochestereducation.org or call 271-5790.



 

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