Administrative Staff Council Picnics
This June, the Administrative Staff Councils in New York City and Westchester want to thank Pace staff for another year of a job well done.
It’s the end of a long academic year and the Administrative Staff Councils on each campus want to thank staff for all the hard work they’ve done. What a better way to say thank you than with some great food and gifts?
This Wednesday, June 11, starting at 12:30 p.m., the Westchester Administrative Staff Council invites staff to join them for their annual picnic in the Wilcox Gym. There will be food, fun, and great giveaways, including raffle tickets, gift baskets, two Kindles, $2,000 in gift cards, and more. This year’s picnic will feature Seidenberg’s own Connie Knapp as the emcee. In addition to the three free raffle tickets each attendee receives, each person has the option to go in on the special 50/50 raffle. For more information, contact Anna Fishman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, July 21, from 12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., the NYC Administrative Staff Council will hold its annual picnic in the Student Union and Courtyard. There will once again be food, games, and other contests—and lots of it! Attendees will sign-in on arrival to the picnic and there will be food served at two different times to accommodate everyone. It is a great opportunity for our departments to get in on the creative fun, so if you have an idea (or even if you don’t!) for the picnic theme or just to volunteer your time, Dawn Knipe will help you get set up! Just e-mail her at email@example.com for more information.
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