BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- The Briarcliff Manor Education Foundation, which has conributed nearly $1 million in grants toward improving education in Briarcliff, will be celebrating its 20-year anniversary with a spring event.
The foundation has enhanced educational opportunities in the district for two decades through its financing of grants for programs, activities and resources.
The event is Friday atTrump National Golf Club. During the course of 20 years, a group of up to 30 members from all areas of the school community has shaped the BMEF’s contributions, awarding nearly $1 million in grants and opportunities to students and faculty.
“We are proud and excited to be celebrating 20 years of collaboration with our schools and community,” said BMEF Co-Presidents Christine Kopec and Carolyn Linett. “From Smart Boards to Smart Document Cameras, from French horns to forensic microscopes, we have seen a wide range of creativity and innovation from the exceptional educators in our district.”
“We offer a heartfelt thank-you to all of the administrators, teachers, board members past and present, and, of course, our dedicated community for your support and generosity over these past 20 years,” said Kopec and Linett. “We look forward to seeing what the future in Briarcliff Manor schools looks like, and we are happy to be a part of it.”
You can read about BMEF grants, learn more about the 20th anniversary and register for the event at thebmef.net.
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