b'Kickball Game to Raise Moneyfor RoswellIn honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, students from the Mens Basketball Team, Wrestling Team, Club Hockey Team and Womens Basketball Team competed against faculty, staff and administration in a kickball game on October 10 to raise money for the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.Participants purchased team t-shirts and wristbands for food with proceeds going to benefit the cause.In total, $1,000 was raisedStudents raised money for Roswell Park for the charity. Comprehensive Cancer CenterAlisha Rivers EOP AwardOn Thursday, October 17, 2019, State University of NewYear in ReviewYork (SUNY) Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson hosted the first Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Honors Awards Ceremony at the SUNY Global Center in Manhattan.This inaugural event honored students from 41 SUNY campuses across New York State, including Alisha Rivers, a radiologic technology major from Niagara County Community College.Alisha was chosen to receive the 2019 Norman R. McConney, Jr. Award for EOP Student Excellence, which celebrates EOP students who have overcomeAlisha Riverssignificant obstacles in life to achieve their educational and personal goals.The award is named after the late Norman McConney, one of the architects of the statewide EOP program and a champion of youth empowerment. ACF Culinary Demo at NFCIIn February, Chef Jesus Olmedo from the ACF Culinary Team USA 2020 and accomplished NFCI Alumnus, Chef Antonio LaBarbera performed a culinary demonstration for culinary students and faculty.Since graduating in 2019, Chef Antonio obtained employment with the Country Club in Boston, Massachusetts. NFCI Alumnus, Chef Antonio LaBarbera with ACF Culinary Team Member Jesus Olmedo2019-2020 Annual Report19'