Gatsby Style

AIC students volunteer their service in style at Union Station Gala

AIC students decked out in gowns and tuxes reminiscent of the 1920s served as hosts at the black tie event.

The grand Union Station first opened its doors to the public in 1926 as a hub of activity and transportation in and out of Springfield. By the early 1970s, the 221,000-square foot station was closed as passenger traffic dwindled.

Recently restored to its original grandeur, the city celebrated its reopening in late June with an event that brought business and government leaders together for an evening fit for F. Scott Fitzgerald.

For a look at the festivities, including the dapper and charming AIC student volunteers, please click on the link to Fred Gore’s photographs on MassLive.

Gov. Charlie Baker, Rep. Richard Neal speak at black tie gala, celebrating reopening of Springfield Union Station

AIC students…on track to serve the community!


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