We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our valued Major Sponsors for their support in 2013. They are a large part of enabling UMAF to thrive year after year.
Volkswagen of Rome is the place for straightforward pricing and great customer service you won’t find from any other nearby New York Volkswagen dealer. Check out our prices on the Volkswagen CC – elegance at a smart price, the high performance Volkswagen GTI, the safety-minded Volkswagen Jetta, the always popular Volkswagen Beetle or take a look at the powerful Volkswagen Touareg 2. Take the short drive to Volkswagen of Rome or look at our selection online. www.vwofrome.com
Founded in 1946, Mohawk Valley Community College is a public, co-educational, two-year institution. The College is a unit of the sixty-four campus State University of New York System (SUNY). Mohawk Valley Community College promotes student success and community involvement through a commitment to excellence and a spirit of service. MVCC is the largest college between Albany and Syracuse, enrolling approximately 7,400 students. Each year about one-third of Oneida County’s graduating high school seniors attend MVCC, as well as about 1,800 adult students. MVCC students hail from counties in every part of New York State, from states across the country, and from nations around the world.
All Mohawk Valley Community College students benefit from a variety of support services, including on campus housing, assistance in finding suitable off campus housing, health services, academic advising, personal counseling, orientation, multi-cultural and international student services and advisement, transfer services and career counseling. Mohawk Valley Community College students participate in a broad range of activities, clubs and organizations. Both intercollegiate athletics and intramural sports are available to men and women students. www.mvcc.edu
long version: Jägermeister is a 35% liqueur flavored with herbs. It is the flagship product of Mast-Jägermeister AG, headquartered in Wolfenbüttel, south of Braunschweig, Germany. Jägermeister’s recipe is confidential.
It is a digestif spirit similar to other Central European stomach bitters, such as Gammel Dansk from Denmark, the Hungarian Unicum, Gorki List from Serbia, or Czech Becherovka. In contrast to many such drinks, Jägermeister has a sweet flavor. On the web site, Mast-Jägermeister, it is suggested that the drink be kept in the freezer, typically -18 °C (0 °F), and “on tap” machines will cool it to between -11 °C to -15 °C (5 °F to 12 °F).
The original purpose of this concoction was medicinal; being used to cure everything from an incessant cough to digestive problems. It was used in World War II as a field anesthetic. In Germany, it is still widely recognized as a digestif, and is kept in many German households for such purposes, sometimes being irreverently called Leberkleister, or “liver-glue.” It is also commonly used in small quantities around the home as an insect trap, as small flies and wasps are drawn to the sweet smell and taste of the drink. www.jagermeister.com
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