STONE RIDGE – SUNY Ulster invites the community to join its campus community in commemorating the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
On Friday, September 10, SUNY Ulster will post a Virtual Remembrance Ceremony that will be accessible via the Internet on the College’s YouTube and Facebook Channels. This prerecorded virtual presentation will include remarks from Dr. Alan P. Roberts, SUNY Ulster President; Vice President Kevin Stoner, Professor Ray Raymond, Reverend Dr. Allison Moore of The Pantry at SUNY Ulster, Meg Sheeley, Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, and SUNY Ulster student government leaders. It will also include a musical performance by SUNY Ulster alumni, Marena Clunie and Alex Herrling.
On Saturday, September 11 at 12:45 p.m. on the SUNY Ulster soccer field, a live commemoration will take place. It will begin with the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard Presenting the Colors, and the National Anthem and America the Beautiful sung by Alumna Marena Clunie. It will be followed by a ceremonial gift exchange from the SUNY Ulster Women’s and Men’s Soccer teams to the visiting team from Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. There will be a moment of silence, guest bagpiper Scott Benson, Hudson Valley Bagpipe, a SUNY Ulster alumnus will play Amazing Grace, and the colors will then be retired.
* At 1 p.m., SUNY Ulster’s Women’s Soccer will play against Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.
* At 3 p.m., SUNY Ulster’s Men’s Soccer will play against Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.
This event is free and open to the public. Visitors attending the event need to check in at the Senate Gym upon arrival where they will complete screening questions and be issued a wristband. All employees and students are required to complete a daily health screening that is accessed through the SUNY Ulster Portal.
SUNY Ulster is requiring face masks throughout campus facilities and grounds regardless of vaccination status. Social distancing for spectators is also highly encouraged during the event. Anyone with signs or symptoms of infectious illness should stay home when sick and/or seek medical care.
Refreshments will be for sale by the SUNY Ulster Varsity Club. For more information, contact Meg Sheeley at email@example.com or 845-687-1946.