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html/SIGdir.shtml. Harvard Magazine invites SIGs to share news of their activities in this space. (Send items to [email protected], using SIG in the “class year” line.)
Harvard Veterans Alumni Organization
HVAO (www.harvardveterans.org) invites all members of the Harvard community to join its celebration of Veterans Day at 11 a.m. on Friday, November 11, at Memorial Church. In recognition of the return of ROTC to campus, our primary speaker will be Major General John Hyten ’81, who attended the College on an Air Force ROTC scholarship. We will also remember Harvard’s 17 Medal Of Honor recipients, and salute all of the University’s veterans and military personnel, especially those on assignment around the world. We encourage the wearing of dress uniforms for the occasion. Please address questions or comment to [email protected]
The annual “Harvard in Hollywood” symposium takes place in Los Angeles on October 29, co-sponsored by the Harvard Club of Southern California and the Harvard Business School Association of Southern California. This year’s theme is “The Social Impact of Art, Media, and Entertainment.”
Harvardwood’s New York City chapter presents legendary dancer Jacques d’Amboise and superb pianist Larissa Sokoloff ’92 on November 3 and November 30.
Join us for our annual holiday revelry in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco on December 9, 14, and 19 respectively. Visit www.harvardwood.org for more details and to register for all these events.
Harvard Alumni in Wine and Food
HAWF founder Cathy Huyghe hosts a holiday event for members at her home in the Buckhead area of Atlanta on December 8, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. To RSVP, visit http://hawfatlantaholiday.eventbrite.com.
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