16th Annual Distinguished Alumni & 3rd Annual Clock Tower Awards
Dinner tickets and tables are available
Since our very first Distinguished Alumni Dinner in 2007, we have honored more than forty graduates of Fulton-Montgomery Community College for excellence in their personal and professional achievements. This year marks our sixteenth celebration of inspiring FMCC graduates, and we are delighted to announce that Mr. Joseph Semione, Class of 1981 and Kayla Henry, PA-C, RRA, CT, RT. Class of 2007 will be receiving the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Awards.
We will also be honoring Fenimore Asset Management with the 2023 Clock Tower Award for their many generous contributions to they have made to the college for capital projects and supporting students with Fenimore scholarships.
The evening is sponsored by John and Sunday Blackmon, and entertainment will be provided as well as several delicious dinner choices, including prime rib, salmon, and roasted chicken. A vegetarian option is also available upon request. Tickets may be purchased for $85.00 per person, or you may reserve a table for eight for $660.
Who is invited?
The dinner is open to the public. Download Reply Card Here
How do I purchase a ticket?
To reserve your ticket or table, call 518-736-3622 x8020
Where will the dinner be held?
It will be at the Holiday Inn in Johnstown, New York.
When is the dinner?
The dinner will be Thursday, November 2, 2023, at 6:00 pm. Arrive at 5:00 pm to mingle at the social hour.
Looking for another way to distinguish yourself as an FMCC graduate?
Many of our graduates go on to become leaders in their careers and communities thanks to the opportunities to learn and grow provided by FMCC. Maybe you’re one of them. Today, our students face complex economic and professional challenges, and it costs more to provide the most up-to-date professional training for emerging 21st century professions. When you support the programs that have instilled our most distinguished graduates with confidence, competence, and compassion, you continue a tradition of distinction.