The club hosted a holiday dinner for over 50 local alumni at Fraunces Tavern, one of New York’s oldest and most iconic establishments.
Since opening in 1762, Fraunces Tavern has served as a headquarters for George Washington, a venue for peace negotiations with the British, and a federal office building during the early years of the Republic.
Before dinner, club members explored the Fraunces Museum free of charge. Distinguished alumnus and celebrated local artist Mark Gagnon (’82) delivered the evening’s keynote remarks. Attendees also generously donated more than 20 toys to benefit the New York Coalition for the Homeless’ annual toy drive.