The Adam C. Nadiak Memorial Scholarship at SUNY Ulster is hosting a benefit this Monday, March 4, from 4 pm - 11 pm at Rough Draft Bar and Books at 82 John Street in Kingston.

Adam joined the United States Army right out of high school. He manned the border of North and South Korea and served as a Sergeant in the Afghanistan War. He flourished in the military and was Soldier of the Year for the 67th Signal Battalion in 2005. He later worked as a contractor in Iraq before securing a position as an IT security/disaster recovery analyst. In his 10 years as a civilian, Adam was training for his master’s belt in Soo Bahk Do martial arts, was an active sport shooter and enjoyed golf, but he also tried to hide the powerful remnants of war that challenged him daily. He was only 30 years old when we lost him.

This scholarship was established in his memory to bring light to the vulnerabilities of our military men and women while giving students the opportunity to pursue careers that will help these individuals.

Enjoy a coffee, beer, wine, and a book, as well as a small silent auction and important conversation to benefit the Adam C. Nadiak Memorial Scholarship at SUNY Ulster. For more information, visit their facebook page.

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