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You’re invited to say, “Farewell, President Hefner!”

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SUNY Fredonia is proud to offer two different events to celebrate the career of President Dennis Hefner, and to congratulate and say, “thank you” to him and his wife, Jan, for their 16 years of dedication to our campus and community.

On Thursday, May 3, all are invited to the Rockefeller Arts Center’s Outdoor Arcade for a free reception in honor of the Hefners from 2 to 5 p.m.

Then, join us the following evening – Friday, May 4 – for a night to remember, as we host a dinner gala and fundraiser in their honor as well. The evening will be highlighted by student performances of all kinds as well as some brief remarks. Tickets are $50 per person, with all net proceeds going to the new Hefner Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund, destined to become one of the most prestigious scholarships awarded on campus.

The gala will be held in the beautiful new Robert and Marilyn Maytum Music Rehearsal Halls, at the north end of Mason Hall. Capacity is limited for this memorable event, so make sure you don’t miss out! Call the Fredonia College Foundation at (716) 673-3321 or email to make your reservations today. You can also make them at: All reservations must be received by Thursday, April 12.

If you can’t join us for this event but would still like to show your appreciation for President Hefner’s many accomplishments, we invite you to contribute to the new Hefner Presidential Scholarship at or by check to the Fredonia College Foundation, 272 Central Ave., Fredonia, NY 14063.

Additional gifts from event attendees may also be made via either of these methods. The Hefners will be notified of each and every donation to their fund.

posted @ Friday, January 13, 2012 12:46 PM by Christine Davis Mantai

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