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hapPENNingsMay 2011 T H E P E N N C L U B O F N E W Y O R K
In � is Issue 2 General Manager’s Corner
3 Out-of-Club Entertainment
4 Inter-Ivy Events
4 Member Spotlight
5 Member Benefi ts
6 Intra Clubs
7 Dining Specials
See at a glance what each article means for you!
Our Cinco de Mayo Celebration
THURSDAY, MAY 5TH IN THE GRILL ROOM, 6:0011:00 P.M.
Sunday, May 8th. Touch your mother’s heart with a meal to remember! � e Penn Club is proud to announce the return of our ever-popular Mother’s Day Brunch. � is festive bu� et boasts some of mum’s favorite culinary delights. To add to the merriment, we will include a complimentary glass of champagne just for her! � e Main Dining Room will o� er: ❖ Variety of Smoked Fish ❖ Jumbo Shrimp ❖ Eggs Cooked to Order ❖ Spring Salads
❖ Chef Saji’s Sushi Bar ❖ Carving of Spring Lamb and Glazed Ham ❖ Hand Selected Cheeses and Homemade Desserts ❖ … and more!
$55.00 plus tax and service charge per person and $29.50 plus tax and service charge per kid ages 12 and under. There are three seatings: 12 noon, 1:00 p.m., and 2:30 pm. Do not delay — call early to reserve your spot. Space is limited and this event does sell out! For reservations call Tony Kontos at 212.403.6628 or e-mail email@example.com. Please note there is a 48-hour cancellation policy in eff ect for this event.
Mother’s Day Brunch |
complimentary glass of champagne
Insomnia Cookies: � e Art of Making Dough | Tuesday, May 24th, 6:30 p.m. Meet the creator behind
your favorite fresh-baked, late-night treats. Learn how Seth Berkowitz, C’04, went from mixing dough in his kitchen to expand-
ing a cookie empire across 15 campuses, not to mention New York City. Featured in Newsweek, � e New York Times, and the Post, Insomnia Cookies is a Penn startup created with taste in mind. � is event promises to satiate confection-cravings with Insomnia samplers and milk to wash it all down. $22 plus tax and service charge per member and $32 plus tax and service charge per guest by May 17th at noon. $27 plus tax and service charge per member and $42 plus tax and service charge per guest for late reservations.
Club Quizzo | Thursday, May 12th. Registration: 6:30 p.m. Game: 7:00
p.m. � ink you know trivia? Test your smarts at this soon- to-be Club tradition. Gather a crew and we’ll meet in the Grill Room to vie for the title of “champion” — all while knocking back some drinks. Quizzo originated in Philadel-
phia in the mid-1990s and is now played all across the country — and in bars ranging from Smoke’s (on
Tuesdays) and Blarney’s (on Wednesdays). $24 per player. Includes game and four drink tickets. (Beer and house wine = 1 ticket. Specialty drinks and cocktails = 2 tickets). Please RSVP with your team and player names to reserve your spot. Teams of three or more. If you sign up alone, we will do our best to group you with other players.
Skin Con� dential with Peter � omas Roth |
Monday, June 6th, 7:00p.m. An event that promises to repair, resurface, and renew. Penn alumnus and skin care expert Peter � omas Roth visits to answer our der- matological dilemmas. Preventative care, acne, and anti-aging solutions are all up for discussion. We’re even giving away his newest launch, “Laser-Free Resurfac-
er,” retailing for $75.00 to everyone who attends the event. � e Laser-Free Resurfacer is an award-winning product that lessens the noticeable signs of aging and environmental damage. Peter � omas Roth has a suc- cessful clinical skin care line and is a regular on QVC. His products are best-sellers at Sephora and are regu- larly featured in magazine publications such as Allure, Cosmopolitan, and Health. $37 per member plus tax and service charge and $52 per guest plus tax and service charge per guest by Monday, May 30th. $47 per member plus tax and service charge and $62 per guest plus tax and service charge for late reservations. This program includes skin- friendly snacks and an open bar of wine, beer, soda. One complimentary Laser-Free Resurfacer per attendee.
Thursday, May 12th. Registration: 6:30 p.m. Game: 7:00
phia in the mid-1990s and is now played all across
er,” retailing for $75.00 to everyone who attends the
Tuesday, May 24th, 6:30 p.m.
ing a cookie empire across 15 campuses, not to
2 Networking Learning Healthy Entertainment Drinks Dining Snacks
G E N E R A L M A N A G E R ’ SCorner
Spring is now in full bloom. That great sense of seasonal renewal has come upon us all. We’re all enjoying the milder temperatures and longer days, and the pleasures of summer are in our sights. This spirit of renewal and vision has an equal impact on the Penn Club of New York.
First and foremost, plans are already under way to acknowledge the seventeenth anniversary of the opening of our Clubhouse at the Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 14th. It has become our tradition to combine the Annual Business Meeting of the Penn Club with a member appreciation party that has delighted one and all in the past. This year will be no exception. The gratis reception will begin immediately after the Annual Meeting, and will feature a presentation of our outstanding food and bever- age service as well as entertainment that will amuse and delight you. Details will soon be forthcoming, but I urge you to put this memorable event on your calendars now.
In the spirit of renewal, notice will soon go out to our membership to renew their affiliation with the Penn Club. As our Club has matured, our membership base has solidified. Each and every one of you has found reason
to continue your relationship with Penn’s grand vision in New York. When your notice of renewal arrives, I’d like to encourage you to act on it early. All too often, the notices can get “lost” in the mail that accumulates during the summer as we turn our focus over to those wonderful seasonal distractions.
Finally, I’d like to mention that there is still room in our roster for more members like you. It has been proven time and again that the most effective program for member- ship growth and usage rests with the existing member- ship. You can assure the continued success and well being of our Club by inviting other Penn alums, as well as Associates, to join this great institution. If you have a candidate for membership that you would like us to reach out to on your behalf, please forward their contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
My staff and I are excited to be a part of your life at the Penn Club. Its status as a Platinum Club of America is a source of great pride to all of us. We are eager to welcome you often to your home-away-from-home in New York.
—Peter M. Homberg, CCM
Joseph M. Ahearn, Jr. Alan Moser Barstow Harold Eugene Batiste, III Ira E. Berliner Andrew Daniel Berns Dawn Marie Berry Saumyendra Bhatacharya
Smita Bhattacharya Benjamin B. Bolger Geralyn Breig Ken Cavalluzzo Timothy John Connolly, II John M. Connors, III Lee Cross
Taylor Christian Deehan Edward (Ned) Galbally Jennifer Murray Galbally Peter Gallagher Eric Orrin Garrard Susan D. Garrard Stefan Gerhard
Neil P. Ghosh Demetrios S. Hadgis Allison Lesley Keeler Yingho Howard Leung Candace Lieberman Scott Marks Susan Mayer Cedric Meeschaert Charles Miller Shigenori Nishiguchi
Oluwagbemiga Oyerbode Catesby Ware Palmer Mary Kay Palmer Michelle N. Pierre-Farid Hari Prakash Manisha Prakash Frank Hartranft Reichel, III Ricardo F. Reis Michael A. Rhoads B. Hudson Riehle
Sabrina Cerra Robinson Nan Ronis David M. Rothschild A. Joseph Rudick Joseph F. Schneider, Jr., MD Zubin Powers Sharma William Christian Stulpin Robert Sun Kathleen A. Sweeney Catherine Anne Theohary
Joseph A. Torani Bension Varon Sesto E. Vecchi Victoria Lorraine Velasquez
Mark M. Weinstein Bertrand Wong
IN MEMORIAM Peter Keblish C’58
Leon Rudolf Potgieter
Welcome New March Members
Book Group Luncheon Please join us over a catered lunch as Isabel Katzin leads discussion. Formerly an English and French teacher, she has been a professional book group discussion leader for over 18 years and currently leads 28 groups.
� e Cellist of Sarajevo | by Steve Galloway
Monday, May 16th, 12:00 noon. Inspired by Vedran Smailovic, the cellist who, in 1992, played in a bombed-out Sarajevo square for 22 days in memory of the 22 people who were killed by a mortar attack, this is a novel about four people trying to maintain a semblance of
their humanity in the besieged city. $49 plus tax and service charge per member and $54 plus tax and service charge per guest by May 9th at noon. $54 plus tax and service charge per member and $59 plus tax and service charge per guest for late reservations. There is an attendance minimum for this program to take place; early RSVPs are encouraged. No walk-ins. This program includes book discussion and full buff et luncheon with coff ee/tea and dessert.
their humanity in the besieged city.
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