Proceeds will benefit deserving HCCC students; NJ COVID-19 safety measures fully in place.
February 17, 2021, Jersey City, NJ – This March, the Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Foundation Subscription Dining Series begins its eleventh year of providing affordable, world-class dining experiences for Hudson County’s business leaders and residents. Proceeds provide deserving HCCC students with financial assistance.
Businesspeople and area residents are invited to subscribe to the Series, and enjoy professional, chef-prepared luncheons with clients, colleagues, and friends. The luncheons are scheduled for eight Fridays – March 5 through 26, and April 9 through 30 – from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the elegant Banquet Room of the College’s Culinary Arts Institute at 161 Newkirk Street in Jersey City, just two blocks from the Journal Square PATH and directly across from a public parking structure.
The HCCC renowned Culinary Arts Institute Executive Chef, chef instructors, and students plan, prepare and serve the elegant and delicious meals for tables of no more than four diners. Luncheons include appetizer, entrée, dessert, and non-alcoholic beverages. Beer and wine by the glass or bottle are available and must be paid by cash or credit card at the time of service. The cost for a table of four for the eight-lunch series is $995, or about $31 per person. Reservations may be secured by contacting Mirta Sanchez at 201-360-4004 or email@example.com.
HCCC has worked with experts to develop COVID-19 guidelines for the protection of students, faculty, staff, and guests. The HCCC health and sanitizing protocols exceed the CDC and New Jersey COVID-19 safety requirements. Face masks must be worn except while eating and drinking while seated, and social distancing is practiced.
The HCCC Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 corporation providing tax-exempt status to contributors. Founded in 1997, the HCCC Foundation generates financial support for the College and its students by developing needs-based and merit scholarships. The HCCC Foundation also provides seed funding for innovative faculty programs and contributes to the College’s physical expansion.