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St. Francis College honors its supporters at annual golf outing

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Attendees enjoy the St. Francis College Brendan J. Dugan ’68 Memorial Meadow Brook Golf Outing Golf Clinic and Cocktail Reception at the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho, Long Island.
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Katie Nicosia is a 2019 graduate and an Investors Bank Community Service Scholarship recipient.
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(From left to right) Ana Oliveira, President Miguel Martinez-Saenz, Katie Nicosia, and Thomas Flood, the V.P of Development for St Francis College.
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Honoree John Tully speaks at the event.
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Honoree James Argutto speaks at the event.
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President Miguel Martinez-Saenz with honoree Ana Oliveira.
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Ken Daly and John Tully.
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St Francis College’s student volunteers.
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Linda Dashefsky, Ana Oliveira, and Victoria Schneps, president of Schneps Media.
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Attendees enjoy the St. Francis College Brendan J. Dugan ’68 Memorial Meadow Brook Golf Outing Golf Clinic and Cocktail Reception at the Meadow Brook Club.

St. Francis College honored its top supporters during its annual Brendan J. Dugan ’68 Memorial Meadow Brook Golf Outing Golf Clinic and Cocktail Reception at the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho, Long Island in July.

The event is one of the Brooklyn-based college’s premier fundraising events that supports its mission of providing an affordable, superior liberal arts education.

Honorees who were the event’s 2019 Pace E Bene Recipients included John F. Tully, a member of the college’s board who is also counsel of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP; Ana Oliveira, Senior Vice President, Market Executive at Investors Bank; and James V. Argutto, President of POM Recoveries, Inc.

Updated 12:04 pm, August 30, 2019
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