Borden Beck Holiday Luncheon

December 28, 2017 @ Noon - 2:00p.m.

Must RSVP by December 22 @ 9:00 a.m.

The luncheon is open to all Harvard alumni, current Harvard College students, family, and friends.   We also invite newly admitted members of the Class of 2021 and their guests.  The Harvard Club of Oregon and Southwest Washington covers the cost of the luncheon for current undergraduate and prospective students as well guests of prospective students.   

It's a great way for our local students to re-connect and also for the graduates to hear the latest news from Cambridge....from a student's perspective.


Join us at the MAC (Multnomah Athletic Club) at Noon for a 12:30 lunch/talk.


$0 - Current students, prospective students, and early admit students (early admits get +2 guests free)

$25 - dues-paying members of the Harvard Club of Oregon & SW Washington and their guests; parents of current undergraduates; additional guests
$30 - non-dues-paying alumni (Sign up for membership HERE)


Lunch selections:

1)      Chicken Marsala (gf)

Pan-fried Chicken Breast, Mushroom Marsala Sauce, Farro Risotto, Roasted Broccolini

2)      Orecchiette Primavera (v)

Orecchiette Pasta, Onion, Tomato, & Seasonal Variations Light White Wine Butter Sauce

3)      Forest Mushroom Crepe (v, gf)

Wild Mushrooms, Caramelized Onion, Mozzarella, Jasmine Rice Pilaf, Seasonal Vegetable

 All lunches Include: Portland French Bakery Rolls & Butter, Salad, Dessert, Coffee & Tea Service



Click here to buy tickets!!!


The deadline for purchasing tickets is 9 a.m. Friday, December 22nd. 

If you need to pay by check or if your credit card payment cannot be processed, please contact Frank Hood at to register.


12:00PM - 2:00PM Thu 28 Dec 2017, Pacific timezone


Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon St
Portland, OR 97205 USA

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Background on Borden Beck 

The Borden Beck Scholarship, established in memory of Borden Beck by Loren Wyss and other local donors, honors Borden Beck’s 30-year service as chairperson of the Harvard Schools and Scholarships Committee for Oregon.  The scholarship is presented annually to one or more first-year Harvard students, who normally give a short talk about their experience as an undergraduate from the Pacific Northwest.  Other undergraduate attendees are welcome to participate in sharing their own views during the discussion period.  This luncheon is an excellent opportunity for students and alumni to network and engage in the local community.