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MathCaryl@aol.com

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Long Island Hall of Fame
Posted: Oct 16, 2011 5:52 PM
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Dear Colleague,

The Long Island Mathematics Educators Hall of Fame will hold its bi-annual induction ceremony on November 17, 2011 at the Inn at Fox Hollow in Woodbury, NY. The honorees being inducted are:

Dr. Elliott Bird C.W. Post of LI University
Dr. Hamilton Blum C.W. Post of LI University
Dr. Florence Gordon New York Institute of Technology
Dorothy Hess Malverne Schools/MOEMS
Arthur Kalish Syosset Schools


A journal is being produced for distribution to those attending the induction ceremony and space will be set aside in the journal to show support by individuals (and organizations) for the Hall of Fame and/or a particular honoree. Members who wish to support this worthwhile effort or acknowledge a colleague can participate by taking an ad in the evening?s journal. The costs are as follows:

Whole Page $100
Half Page $60
Quarter Page $35
Friend $15*

*(This is a one line listing of name only)

Please send a copy of your ad to Caryl Lorandini, 132 Fourth St., Garden City Park, NY 11040 along with a check in the appropriate amount made payable to Treasurer, NCMTA no later than November 3, 2011. Be sure to give the exact wording and format of your camera-ready congratulatory statement. You can e-mail your ad to MathCaryl@aol.com. Questions regarding the journal can be sent to Mary Ann Mansfield at mamiepoppa@aol.com.

Sincerely,
Mary Ann Mansfield
Chair, LIMEHOF Committee



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