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Alumni trip to NYC in March

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. –In response to alumni and friends, Geneva College has organized another bus trip to New York City. The three day excursion will take place on March 6-8, 2007, and includes round-trip deluxe motor coach transportation, as well as two nights lodging at the Hotel Edison in Times Square, and tickets to see Wicked and The Lion King.

Three meals will be included in the package including dinner at Bubba Gump Shrimp Company in Times Square, dinner at Marchi’s Restaurant on East 31st Street, and dinner at the Watson Inn on the return trip.

In addition, the trip also includes a guided city tour, an NBC studio tour, a visit to Chinatown and Ground Zero, baggage handling, and free time for shopping.

For the full package, the cost for a single occupancy is $870, a double occupancy is $695, a triple occupancy is $650, and a quad occupancy is $630.

Also available is an economy package good through December 8, which includes all of the above with the exception of The Lion King and dinner at Marchi’s. The cost for this package for a single occupancy is $740, a double occupancy is $565, a triple occupancy is $520, and a quad occupancy is $500.

For both packages, the first installment of $200 is due by December 8, 2006. If interested, please send payment to:

Geneva College
Attn: Special Events
3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010

For further information, please contact Norma Lagios at 724-847-6520, or by email at events@geneva.edu.


 
 
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