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Two Kings Up for Hobey Baker Award

Former Kings Matt Garbowsky (RIT) and Jamie Phillips (Michigan Tech) are both under consideration for the Hobey Baker Award as college hockey’s top player.

Garbowsky is currently a senior with the Rochester Institute of Technology Tigers and spent two years with the Kings between 2009 and 2011, scoring 87 goals and 85 assists in 146 regular season and playoff games. 139 more words

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Happy new year!

It’s time to make your new year’s resolutions…here’s one:

REGISTER for the HUCKINS TRI-ATH-LOON!

Sunday, June 7, 2015 at Camp Huckins

Join us for this all-women’s sprint triathlon on the shores of Ossipee! 68 more words

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Reorienting Sari Dienes: A Conversation with Alexis Lowry Murray and Delia Solomons

On December 16, 2014, Marci Kwon sat down with Alexis Lowry Murray and Delia Solomons, who co-curated the exhibition Sari Dienes at the Drawing Center. All are PhD candidates at the IFA. 1,862 more words

IFA Insights

GIVE to the 2014 Annual Fund!

DO YOU HEAR THE CALL OF THE LOON?

The Camp Huckins Annual Fund closes on December 31st!

Make YOUR gift today!

THANK YOU!

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Thought of the Day - Becca Fallon

“Out here, I’m finally taller than all of those giants I left in that place.”

Today is the last day of Camp. I pack my trunk, listening to the soft harmonies of Kate and Meredith. 278 more words

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Kings Hockey Equals Big Business

Here’s an article from Powell River Living featuring former King Matt Joyaux. But it’s not a typical recap of his time in Powell River and an update on his schooling with Miami-Ohio, it’s a focus on the Joyaux family and a business connection that Matt and his parents have made with the community. 161 more words

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Chris Davis (2010) - Video Editor

After graduating in 2010 with a double major in Visual Communication and Video Production Chris started his career by working with LUC’s Information Technology Services to open the WTC’s Digital Media Lab. 122 more words

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