Boston, Massachusetts Alumni Event
October Happy Hour - Charley's Eating & Drinking Saloon
Boston, MA
October 26, 2005

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The regional Oktoberfest happy hours track made its way to Massachusetts on October 26 and a fun crowd came out to take part in the event. The regional Oktoberfest happy hour program is set up to help welcome younger alumni to the region. Established alumni from each region were invited to come out and meet and greet and welcome the new alumni base to the region.

At Charley's Eating and Drinking Saloon, in Boston, MA, the group gathered at tables on the lower level of the restaurant/bar. The 1990s and 2000s were represented on the evening, including a seven who graduated between 2000 and 2005. Members of the group selected beverages of their own choice and had some food as well. Great conversation and story-telling were exchanged as well as the sharing and comparing of past Juniata experiences, while everyone was also able to catch up with one another and update friends on current events going on in their own lives. In addition, Juniata history professor David Hsiung was on hand for the evening and brightened the night for everyone in attendance.

Thank you to George Maley '92 for organizing and hosting the happy hour event in Boston.

If you did not make it out to the event, please plan to join us for a great time at the next alumni outing in the New England area. Keep your eyes on the event calendar and come out to join us for another event soon.

If you are interested in helping organize an event, or if you have ideas for other alumni events in your area, please do not hesitate to email David Meadows '98 in the alumni relations office at meadowd@juniata.edu.

If you want to reconnect with Juniata and your fellow alumni check out our Volunteer Opportunities and the upcoming events on the Calendar of Events schedule.

A special thanks to everyone who attended. If you attended, let us know what you thought of it by filling out our on-line Post Event Evaluation.