2010-09-11: 50/60 Year Member Luncheon with poster session by our Project SEED Students

September Luncheon Meeting

Honoring our 50 and 60 Year Members
With a Special Presentation by
Our Project SEED Students
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Mount St. Mary’s College, Doheny Mansion
10 Chester Place
Los Angeles, CA 90007

11:30 a.m. Check-in
12:00 noon Student’s Poster Session
1:00 p.m. Luncheon

We are celebrating our 50 and 60 year members and having our Project SEED students give them a presentation of the research they completed this summer. Project SEED takes kids and puts them in a laboratory environment to provide them an opportunity to engage in an authentic research experience. We hope our veteran members will enjoy hearing about their research.

Our 50 Year Members are:

  • Rafael Akyuz
  • Ralph L. Amey
  • F. Bruce Anderson
  • Peter C. Fletcher
  • Arvan L. Fluharty
  • Armand J. Fulco
  • Harold Goldwhite
  • Stanley Eugene Gordon
  • Charles Martin Knobler
  • Charles Lurie
  • Subbarao Makineni
  • Francis S. Markland, Jr.
  • Carl J. Schack
  • Leonard Spolter
  • Irwin H. Suffet
  • Harry Lyle Watkins
  • Our 60 Year Members are:

  • Daniel E. Atkinson
  • Jack Blecher
  • John W. Burns
  • Eugene N. Garcia
  • Herman Graff
  • Rudolph A. Marcus
  • Robert L. Poynter
  • Mary Louise Rothschild
  • Warren G. Schlinger
  • Bernard Schneier
  • Robert A. Stein
  • Harold G. Weiss
  • Charles Allen West
  • James Bok Wong
  • The students who took part in our Project SEED Program this summer are Felipe Vega, Maria Sanchez, Lynette Duran, Jorge Perez, Melia Asucan and Nikki Sibal. There will be a poster session of their research prior to lunch.

    The Doheny home is a Gothic Renaissance style Victorian mansion and was designed by architects Theodore Augustus Eisen and Sumner P. Hunt in 1899. The mansion boasts a marble-pillared Great Hall, the Pompeian Room with imported Siena marble and a Tiffany iridescent glass dome. The home contains furniture copied by permission of the Italian government from Pompeian furniture in a Rome museum and many of the original furnishings in its other opulent rooms. Chester Place was an exclusive gated community of Victorian mansions in the early 1900’s and home to oil baron Edward L. and Carrie Estelle Doheny for almost 60 years. Our luncheon will take place in the Pompeian Room.

    Reservations: We have an Italian Buffet featuring Vegetable Lasagna and Chicken Picatta, served with Caesar Salad, garlic bread and cheesecake for dessert. The cost of the dinner is $25 per person or $15 for students, cash or check at the door. Please call Nancy Paradiso in the Section Office at 310 327-1216 or email office@scalacs.org by Tuesday, September 7, 2010 for reservations. Note: Please honor your reservation. If you make a reservation and do not attend, you will be liable for the cost of the dinner.

    Directions: From the Santa Monica Freeway (10), exit at Hoover and travel south about 3/4 mile. Turn left on Adams Blvd. and travel 3 blocks. Turn left on St. James Place and then right on St. James Park. From the Harbor (110) Freeway, exit at Adams Blvd. Travel 1/2 mile west on Adams. Turn right onto St. James Place and right on St. James Park. Ask at the kiosk for directions to the Doheny Mansion and about parking.