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FSU Alumni Association unveils new catering and events service – Florida State University News
The Florida State University Alumni Association recently celebrated the launch of Traditions Catering and Events at the FSU Alumni Center, a comprehensive catering service designed to create simple, stress-free experiences.
“The FSU Alumni Center is a unique space on FSU’s campus that is perfect for an array of social, formal and corporate events,” said Julie Decker, president and CEO of the FSU Alumni Association. “We are thrilled to partner with Traditions Catering and Events to offer full-service catering and event space for the entire Tallahassee community; we look forward to hosting alumni and friends.”
The FSU Alumni Center offers five indoor and outdoor event spaces, including the Grand Ballroom, the Pearl Tyner House, the Rendina Room, the Cottrell Conference Room and the Courtyard, which is located near the Pearl Tyner House and the courtyard garden.
In addition to designing custom menus for each special event, Traditions Catering and Events offers state-of-the-art audiovisual technology, amenities and gourmet cuisine with the freshest locally sourced ingredients.
“We are proud to prepare fresh quality meals for all types of occasions while using organic and sustainable produce from vendors such as Legacy Greens, Red Eye Coffee, Chapman Produce and Thompson Farms,” said Natasha Oquendo, catering director of Traditions Catering and Events.
Traditions Catering and Events boasts an experienced team of hospitality experts who can help guests with everything from invitations, floral arrangements, photography, special event decor, bridal party gifts, corporate gifts, luxury transportation and more.
For more information, visit TraditionseventsFSU.com.
Speak to the Traditions staff or reserve your event today by emailing email@example.com or calling 850-645-9255. FSU Alumni Association members receive 10% off all bookings at the Alumni Association.
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Multicultural Association returns to in-person events next month with Multicultural Day
The event is scheduled for June 11 at Heritage Village. Throughout the day there will be performances and food from different nations and cultures. So far this includes representatives of First Nation, Métis, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, Ethiopia, India, Lebanon, Pakistan, Philippines, Scotland, Venezuela and many more.
The event also coincides with the release of the 2021 RMWB census, which shows the Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo region is becoming increasingly diverse.
About 60 per cent of people living in the region are white, down from 64 per cent in the 2018 census. The second largest ethnic group in the region is South East Asian at 7.2 per cent and South Asian is the third largest at 6.7 per cent.
About 3.2 per cent of people identified as African, followed by mixed ethnicities (2.44 per cent), Black or African Canadian (two per cent), European (1.73 per cent), Arab (1.41 per cent), Hispanic or Latin American (1.08 per cent), Caribbean (0.67 per cent) and Oceanic (0.13 per cent).
First Nation reserves were not included in the census because they fall under federal jurisdiction. But the census found seven per cent of people living in the municipality are Indigenous.
Languages and religious beliefs are surveyed by Statistics Canada and were not included in the municipal census. Surveys on languages spoken will be published by Statistics Canada on Aug. 17, while data on religious beliefs and migration will be published on Oct. 26.