Friday, July 15, 2011

BTHS NYC ALUMNI FOUNDATION IS HAVING A CELEBRATION

CELEBRATE TECH - FIRST ANNUAL TECH CELEBRATION IN BROOKLYN, NY - FOR ALUMNI, STUDENTS, FACULTY, FAMILY MEMBERS AND COMMUNITY! http://journals.eventjournal.com/view_journal.php?journal_id=341

BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY, GET YOUR UNIVERSAL JOURNAL AD TOO! BE SEEN BY A WORLD FULL OF TECHNITES!
http://journals.eventjournal.com/view_custom.php?journal_id=341&id=25002 (tix)

Brooklyn Technical High School, commonly called Brooklyn Tech or just Tech, and also administratively as High School 430, is a New York City public high school that specializes in engineering, math and science and is the largest specialized high school for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the United States!

It's going to be held at Giando's On The Water, 400 Kent Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. November 9, 2011! Can't wait! Please join us for the First Annual Celebration of Brooklyn Tech, on Wednesday, November 9th from 6-10PM at Giando on the Water.

PERSONAL INVITATION BY MS. ELIZABETH SCIABARRA: http://youtu.be/BZNsXo87-4o

The Distinguished Alumni Award - recognizes alumni who have achieved high levels of excellence in their career fields or academic area and have in some way given back to the community (either the Tech community or other aspects of society).

Anthony S. Bartolomeo , P.E. ' 70 - President and CEO, Pennoni Associates Inc. and Chairman of the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, who has more than 30 years experience in environmental engineering.

Lionel Marks '49 - An accomplished attorney who was one of the founders of the Brooklyn Tech Alumni Foundation and served as it legal counsel for over a decade.

Kimberley "Kim" Coles '80 - American Actress, Comedian and Author who has starred in an impressive catalogue of television shows, written a book and started a national empowerment program, G.I.F.T.S. where she uses comedy and inspiration to help people learn about their own unique qualities.

The Tech Faculty Emeritus Award - recognizes a retired faculty member, who was outstanding as an assistant principal, teacher, guidance counselor, coach, faculty advisor, and/or mentor.

Howard Falick - Teacher of Architecture and Structural Engineering

Nicholas Malachias - Teacher of English; advisor - Survey, the school's newspaper

Jules Peemoeller - Teacher of Civil and Structural Engineering

Carol Powers - Teacher of Physical Education; Girls' Swim Coach

Alice Timothy - Assistant Principal, Speech and Music; advisor to the Debate Team and the Drama Club

The Technite - Younger Alumni Recognition Award - recognizes talented alumni who graduated from Tech within the last 25 years.

Jeanine Aguirre-Ramirez '88 - is the NY 1 Brooklyn reporter, primarily responsible for covering the borough's 2.5 million people as well as its schools, politics, religions and neighborhoods. Her expertise as a reporter has enabled her to serve as M.C. for many different events of the Brooklyn Tech Alumni Foundation.

John Prakash Albert '90 - Counsel, Manott Phelps and Phillips; worked as a lobbyist for more than 10 years. He served as a Foundation Board member and officer.

The Blue and White Outstanding Service/ Leadership Award - recognizes alumni and/or non-alumni who have strengthened and enhanced Brooklyn Tech and/or its community through outstanding contributions to Brooklyn Tech and/or its Foundation.

Joseph Kaelin - Has enlisted the support and involvement of students in Alumni Foundation activities for over two decades in his capacity as the Coordinator of Student Activities and Advisor to the National Honor Society.

Sidney Milden '77 - Two decades of leadership and dedicated work with Boys' Track Team Alumni to support the Track Program

The MVP Alumni Award - recognizes alumni for their athletic achievements seeded in Brooklyn Tech and solidified in college and/or professional sports.

Lorenzo Charles '81 (posthumous) - Was an outstanding Tech basketball player, who became an NCAA athlete and professional basketball player. While playing for the North Carolina State University Wolfpack, he scored the game-winning dunk in the championship game of the 1983 NCAA Tournament over the heavily favored Houston Cougars led by Akeem Olajuwon, Clyde "The Glide" Drexler and the rest of Phi Slama Jama.

So, go the Alumni Foundation Website, http://bthsalumni.org and register to find your classmates!

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