Zinck's Night 2017

What a night!  Cornellians celebrated Zinck's Night at Collision Bend Brewery on the East Bank of the Flats last Thursday.  Over 40 guests represented classes from 1967 to 2016 including one Californian visiting The Land and two past club presidents.  Plenty of stories were shared including a few "back in my day," several "remember that time," and a couple "I can't believe we..."  

And best of all, CCNEO connected with almost a dozen new faces and future volunteers.  Thanks for a great evening!

 "Remember that time at Ruloff's...."

"Remember that time at Ruloff's...."

 Past Presidents

Past Presidents

Beer, Banter, and Brains at the Cleveland Brewery

What a night!  The Cornell and Dartmouth Clubs packed Cleveland Brewery on Saturday night.  Cornellian owner Mary Tisi hosted as the Big Red and Big Green came together for a night at one of Cleveland's newest breweries.

 Claire Galiette (Dartmouth), Mary Tisi (Cornell), John Fuduric, Richard Rohl (Cornell)

Claire Galiette (Dartmouth), Mary Tisi (Cornell), John Fuduric, Richard Rohl (Cornell)

 Click the logo to visit The Cleveland Brewery 

Click the logo to visit The Cleveland Brewery 

Cornell - Harvard Hockey

When Ohio City became “Lynah West”

Friday night January 27th over 30 Cornellians gathered at Hansa Import Haus to cheer on the Cornell Big Red men’s hockey team as they took to the ice against the Harvard Crimson.  The Big Red Faithful brought a Lynah atmosphere to Lorain Avenue but our team came up a bit short in the contest.  It was great to see so many Cornellians out and enjoying the game and welcoming a few new faces to Cleveland.  

 Getting ready for the game

Getting ready for the game

 The Lynah Faithful

The Lynah Faithful

 Big Red in Action

Big Red in Action

 Cornellians 

Cornellians 

Donuts and Vegetables

Two great events this past week.  

On Thursday, Cornellians gathered with the extended Ivy+ family at Magnolia Donuts.  At the new Flats East Bank complex, Magnolia Donuts is a real donut shop out front, and a speakeasy lounge behind the secret door.  Once inside alumni enjoyed a laid-back private mixer in the evening before the lounge slowly transformed into a lively nightclub.  A great night to see Cornellian friends and make new friends from other clubs.

Saturday switched gear at the Ozanam Food Center at St. Philomena Church.  Part of the extended Cornell Cares program, local alumni worked vegetable distribution and prepared produce for those in need.  This was the first of two volunteer days at Ozanam, the next on Dec 24th, leading up to the official global Cornell Cares day on January 7th where CCNEO will host volunteers at the Cleveland Food Bank.  See here for more information.