Sunday, April 01, 2012

NYC Reunion A Success

On March 22, 2012, about 55 brothers, ranging from guys who graduated in the ’60s to recent graduates and current undergraduates on spring break, came together for the first Kappa Kappa Kappa New York City reunion in recent memory. Brothers traveled in from throughout New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and farther for this special gathering.





The 3rd floor private space at Hurley’s Saloon in Midtown served as the perfect venue as we shared stories, laughs and beers and reconnected with each other and the fraternity for over three hours. Everyone was pleased with the great turnout (especially the bar!) and happy to see so many old and new faces. I was happy to report to the crowd that the Tri-Kappa spirit is alive and well with our young alumni and the undergraduates. It was also readily apparent to me that the same is true with the brothers in attendance from the ’80s, ’70s and ’60s. Many brothers expressed a desire to have another NYC event in the near future and to continue them on a regular basis. We hope to see even more brothers next time!




Special thanks to Shawn Hiner-Leamon ’09, Peter Cucchiara ’06, Mark Perez ’02, Sam Braverman ’88, Sean Wilson ’80, Jon Rabinowitz ’74 and Ed Williams ’64 for helping to rally the troops. Look for information about future regional gatherings and gatherings in Hanover coming soon.

YiK,

Michael Brasher ’10

1 comment:

NH said...

great work, brasher and the crew! looking forward to similar success for the sf event here!