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SUNY Polytechnic 12th Annual Benefit Dinner

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

SUNY Polytechnic Institute Psychology & Sociology Club
12th Annual Benefit Dinner to honor
Johnson Park Center (JPC)

On Friday, March 20, 2015, Johnson Park Center (JPC) will be honored at the 12th Annual Benefit Dinner hosted by SUNY Poly's Psychology and Sociology Club in conjunction with the West Indian and African Club and the Veteran Club . The event will be held at Daniele's Banquet in New Hartford at 6 p.m.

JPC celebrates 20 years in the Johnson Park-Cornhill neighborhood, and the Benefit Dinner is the first of several events to honor this special year. The Benefit Dinner will not only help JPC celebrate – the annual event functions to create a strong local foundation of scholars, faculty, businesses, and faith-based organizations who want to be active in the community.

Over the years, the student clubs have raised over $100,000 for local not-for-profits; this year, the proceeds will go to JPC as the agency continues to promote positive change within the Johnson Park-Cornhill community!

Tickets can be purchased through the SUNY Poly College Association – (315) 792-7341.

Prices are as follows:
Students: $25
SUNYIT Alumni: $35
Adults: $45

Those unable to attend are asked to please consider sponsoring a ticket for a JPC Supportive Housing Program participant – events such as the Benefit Dinner are not common in the lives of the women and families in JPC's programs and sponsorship would be greatly appreciated!

If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact
Ms. Caitlyn Copfer at (315) 941-0820 or
Or contact Ms. Tucker at JPC's Main Office at (315) 734-9608

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