Hawaii. The Club will be co-sponsoring a volunteer day with the Columbia Club on Sat. morning, May 17, at the Honolulu Zoo. Contact email@example.com for more information and to RSVP.
Houston. On May 15, we will meet at TQLA at 4601 Washington Ave. for a pre-summer happy hour. The festivities start at 6pm. For additional details about this or other club activities, please visit pennhouston.org.
Los Angeles. For the latest updates from Penn Club Los Angeles, including Penn Serves LA, yPenn LA, UPAAN-LA, PennGALA, and Penn Law, go to www.pennclubla.com.
Long Island. Our club is growing and is happily seeking new members! Our next event is the Annual Spring Dinner on Sun., June 1. Our guest speaker will be Penn’s own G. Richard Shell, the Thomas Gerrity Professor and chair of the legal-studies and business-ethics dept. at Wharton. For more information, please contact club president, Dr. Ilene Karp Michaels C’89, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Metro New Jersey. The Club would like to extend an invitation to its Annual Wesley A. Stanger Spring Dinner on Wed., May 28 at the Cedar Hill Country Club, 100 Walnut Street, Livingston. Cocktails begin at 6:30pm and dinner at 7:15pm. Our six Tom Newmann scholars from the Class of 2018 will be honored. We also welcome our keynote speaker, Edward B. Rock, the Saul A. Fox Distinguished Professor of Business Law. He will discuss the University’s strategy regarding MOOCs (massive open online courses). We will be hosting our Annual Tom and Sue Newmann Welcome Reception for the incoming freshman class, the Class of 2018, and their parents on Mon., June 16, 7—9pm, at the Montclair Art Museum, 3 South Mountain Avenue. Advanced registration is strongly recommended for both events. Please visit www.pennclubmetronj.com to register or email Debbie Zajkowski at email@example.com if any questions.
New Orleans. We are looking forward to our Spring series of programs. Please “like” us on Facebook to learn more about upcoming programming: www.facebook.com/PennClubOfLouisiana or email Club President Austin Lavin at Penncluboflouisiana@gmail.com.
Northern California. Join us at our spring and summer events in the Bay Area, including our annual Land’s End Hike on June 22 (which always draws a crowd), outings to cheer on the Giants and A’s, and our monthly socials with alumni and Ivy League friends. To receive invitations to our events, register on our website www.ncpennclub.com.
Phoenix. Join us for an exclusive members-only opportunity to attend the Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers baseball game on the afternoon of Sun., May 18. Special ticket pricing and seats available through our website. We are also fortunate to extend to our members a standing invitation to attend all Friday luncheon speaker events sponsored by Phoenix Rotary 100 Club. These take place every Friday, at noon, at the Phoenix Country Club and always feature a well-known speaker, plus an opportunity to meet and network with some of the valley’s most influential businessmen and women. Visit www.pennclubaz.org for details and event signups.
Portland. The Club will have a spring dinner program on Saturday, May 17, featuring Prof. Patrick McGovern of the University Museum speaking on “Uncorking The Past: The Archaeological And Chemical Hunt For The Origins Of Viniculture.” Our luncheon on Thurs., June 26, will feature Wharton Professor Richard Shell answering the question, “What is Success: how do I define success in my life and what are my strengths and weaknesses in terms of success-oriented practices?” Michael McGarry C’86 continues to organize the All-Ivy networking events, typically on the fourth Thursday of each month. In early June, we will once again give book awards, featuring a book by or about someone in the Penn community, to four exceptional Oregon and Southwest Washington high-school students. Confirm the times, locations, and other details of these and all other events on www.pennclubofportland.org or in our email newsletter. (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the email list.)
San Antonio. Here are our next meetings: on the North Side, lunch at 11:30am, on Thurs., May 29, at Paloma Blanca, 5800 Broadway, (210) 822-6151 ( www.palomablanca.net); on the South Side, breakfast at 8:30am, Tues., June 24, at Don Pedro’s, 1526 S.W. Military Drive, (210) 922-3511 (www.donpedro.net/menus). Any questions, please contact Elaine Ayala at (210) 250-3402 or email@example.com. Do not forget to check our blog pennalumnisa.blogspot.com.
San Diego. Penn Club members are signing up for the Navy’s 28th Bay Bridge Run/Walk on Sun., May 18. Individuals can register at navylifesw.com/bridgerun/. After you register, email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know so we can coordinate efforts to meet up for brunch after. Don’t forget to wear your Penn gear! yPenn Happy Hours are scheduled for every second Thursday of the month, 5—8pm; check our Facebook page (Penn Club of San Diego) for each month’s location.
Seattle. On June 23, join us for our second hosted professor of the year: Wharton professor Richard Shell will be in Seattle promoting his most recent, award-winning book, Springboard: Launching Your Personal Search for Success. Stay tuned for more details on www.pennclubofseattle.com as well as our Facebook and LinkedIn groups.
Singapore. The Penn and Wharton Alumni Club of Singapore welcomes you to connect with alumni through our exciting line-up of events. Look out for monthly drinks, speaker events, and mixers with current students. For details or to join our email listserv, please email email@example.com.
Tulsa. The Penn Alumni club of Tulsa is pleased to host Dr. Ira Harkavy, associate vice president and founding director of the Netter Center for Community Partnerships; the reception begins at 6:30pm and the presentation at 7pm, on Fri., May 9, at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Learning Center, 4502 E. 41st Street (41st and Yale). This event is free, but pre-registration is required. To reserve your seat for accommodations on the basis of disability, please contact Renee Wagenblatt at (918) 660-3235
Washington. Whether you are a recent graduate who wants to make new friends or an old-timer who wants to stay connected with Penn, the Penn Club of DC welcomes all Quakers with open arms. Check out our latest offerings, www.facebook.com/groups/5691757420, and connect with us: twitter.com/PennClubofDC. For more information, email Pennclubofdc@gmail.com.
Westchester & Rockland Counties. The Club will be holding our Annual Spring Dinner on Wed., May 14, at 42, the chic and newly renovated restaurant at the top of the Ritz Carlton Hotel in White Plains. Beside awesome views of the New York skyline and much of Westchester, and great food, we are thrilled to present Craig Carnaroli W’85, Penn’s EVP, as our speaker this year. He will provide first-hand insight into the financial health of the University, upcoming plans for growth, and the relationships that Penn has built with the neighboring community. Please visit pennclubwestrock.org for more details. We will be joined for the Penn Club of Fairfield County for this informative and social evening.