New York Dinner now an annual OSCA event
Sixteen people representing six decades of Old Scotch Collegians got together at Scaletta Ristorante on New York’s Upper West Side, on the beautiful summer evening of 1 June to enjoy OSCA’s 2016 New York Dinner.
Most of the guests were from New York, but a number had made the trip from Boston and Washington for the event. Among those present were Graeme Whitelaw from the Class of 1952, and at the other end of the alumnus spectrum, Andrew Emmett from the Class of 2010. Almost all present were transplanted Australians, based in the US for a variety of career-related reasons, but two — Alden (’04) and Austin Clark (’69) — were Americans who had lived in Australia for a period and had the opportunity to go to Scotch.
Many thanks to Andrew Quail (’00) and Nicholas Chong (’02) for organising a wonderful event. It was great to see everyone there
The dinner is planned to be an annual event, scheduled for the first Wednesday after the US Memorial Day holiday (the last Monday in May) each year. We look forward to seeing you in New York in 2017.
ATTENDEES: CHRIS AUSTIN (’00), DAVID BELL (’84), NICHOLAS CHONG (’02), ALDEN CLARK (’69), AUSTIN CLARK (’69), MONIQUE COLE, JAMES DOUGLAS (’84), JULES FLYNN (’96), SOPHIE FLYNN, PATRICK KING (’00), JOHN KOLM (’76), LESLIE GRUIS, TOM LAURIE (’00), GRAEME WHITELAW (’52), PETER PLETKA (’55), ANDREW QUAIL (’00), CHARLES ROBINSON (’86) AND NICHOLAS SMITH (’00)
JAMES DOUGLAS (’84)