The Amherst Central Alumni Foundation is organizing the 85th Anniversary Celebration from July 23 through 25.
There will be something for everyone at this all-year reunion. More information will be released in the coming weeks.
If you are planning your class reunion in 2015, make it part of the larger celebration of the high school’s anniversary.
The foundation is also looking for additional people to help organize the event. There will be a meeting at Amherst High School on Monday, November 17 at 7:00pm in the Alumni Office. If you want to help and come to the meeting, please contact the alumni office at 716.362.8259 or firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get a head count. If you can’t make the meeting and still want to help, contact Mark Ahrens at email@example.com.
This is going to be a great event!
(Photo by The Greg Wilson Group)
The Light Box House, designed by JONATHAN PARKS ARCHITECT (JPA), was recognized by The American Institute of Architect’s Tampa Bay Chapter on November 6, 2014 at their Annual Design Awards. The home in Lido Shores, Fla., was honored with the Merit Award for Architecture—Residential Category.
The Jury said the Light Box House is a “beautiful light-filled home with unique spatial qualities,” and that they enjoyed the use of white as a ‘canvas’ for the art collection display.
The Light Box House has received other accolades, most recently the Grand Aurora Award in the category of Custom Home (One of a Kind) at the Aurora Awards in August. This is also not the first time JPA has received an award from the AIA Tampa Bay. Among other Honor and Merit Awards, JPA received the H. Dean Rowe FAIA Award for Design Excellence in 2007, the top honor at the awards program for the Cohen House Restoration.
To read more about The Light Box House, please open the attached press release.
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