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3 April 2019

A Dazzling Evening and Celebration During Food for Thought & All That Jazz

Photo of College officials during fundraising event

Jamison Flora, Foundation Board Chair; Jeanne Maloy, Honorary Chair; Ann Fleming Brown, Chair of the Board of Trustees; and Dr. Steady Moono, College President

The Schenectady County Community College Foundation welcomed supporters and friends of the College to its signature event, the 28th Annual Food for Thought & All That Jazz, on Tuesday, April 2, on the SUNY Schenectady campus. This spectacular evening, featuring the delicious cuisine and beautiful sounds of students and faculty in SUNY Schenectady’s Culinary Arts and Music programs, was presented by Marshall & Sterling Upstate, with Jeanne M. Maloy serving as Honorary Chair.

 

“We were so pleased to welcome guests to the College for Food for Thought and All That Jazz,” said Stacy McIlduff, Executive Director of Development. “Their continued support and generosity makes it possible for the Foundation to continue to provide valuable student scholarships that make a big difference in the lives of our students.”

 

The evening began with a fabulous Jazz Concert featuring the student Jazz Ensemble directed by Dylan Canterbury, Adjunct Faculty Member. Guests dined on mouth-watering cuisine at gourmet food stations prepared by students in the Colleges School of Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism. A silent auction and student art exhibit by Liberal Arts students added to the festive atmosphere during this celebratory evening.

 

The Foundation was pleased to have Jeanne M. Maloy serving as Honorary Chair during the event. She is the Senior Vice President and Branch Manager at Marshall & Sterling Insurance. Maloy served on the Foundation’s Board of Directors from 2010 to 2018, and served as a Chair from 2014 to 2016. Her dedication to the College and its mission has helped support the students of SUNY Schenectady, and will continue to do so for many years to come.

 

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