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Clinton Community to hold alumni reunion

— Clinton Community College’s annual Alumni Reunion is sure to leave you in stitches this year.

Vice President of Institutional Advancement Steven G. Frederick said, “We are really excited about this year’s line-up of events. We think there is something for everyone.”

The Alumni Reunion will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15. With events to include the Richard Harmon Memorial Golf Tournament, Clinton Community College Alumni Bike Ride and an “Evening of Comedy, Cocktails and Conversation.”

The day will get under way with the annual “Richard Harmon Memorial Golf Tournament” at Harmony Golf Course in Keeseville. Tee-times are 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Both are shotgun starts. Lunch is also included in the ticket price. All proceeds go to the “Clinton Community College Richard Harmon Full-Tuition Scholarship.” Prices are $45 for members and $65 for non-members.

The “Clinton Community College Bike Ride” will hit the pavement at 10 a.m. The 6-mile course starts at the Alumni Cottage on campus and makes it way out to the Crete Center before finishing back at the Cottage. Price is $5 for individuals and families and free for Clinton students with a student ID.

To cap off the evening, alumni, retirees and friends of Clinton are invited to enjoy an evening of “Comedy, Cocktails and Conversation” at the Moore Academic and Administrative Building at Clinton Community College.

Headlining the Alumni Reunion is Clinton Alumnus Dean Rhodes, who attended Clinton in 1976-77 and starred in the college’s first three-act play “Charley’s Aunt” as the female-impersonating Lord Fancourt Babberly. He has been a professional comedian, having performed in Phoenix and Las Vegas for a number of years after leaving New York.

The event runs from 6-11 p.m. Tickets are $40 each and can be purchases online at www.clinton.edu or by calling the Alumni Office at 561-4195.

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