TODAY, FEBRUARY 15th @ 11:30 AM, Come on down to AmSoc and witness the swearing in of the new Board of Directors for this year! And while you’re at it, stay for LUNCH!
Menu: Smoked chicken breast sandwiches with a side of beans, and for dessert, your choice of vanilla or strawberry ice cream. Sounds good to me!
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8th
10:00 AM – Spanish Book Club Meeting: The discussion will be “Massacre in Mexico,” by Elena Poniatowska. 1971, In Spanish only, this book is based on the shocking student killings that happened on October 2, 1968 in a Tlatelolco housing complex in Mexico City as they protested the Mexican government.
12:00 Noon – Lunch is served! Menu is: Salad bar, chicken divan, and chocolate pudding for dessert.
Cliff decided to make hamburgers just before Christmas. Not just the Costco frozen patties, but hand flattened high quality beef patties, grilled to perfection!
This Thursday, January 4th, Beginning at noon, Cliff Esser will be cooking up some all-American beef foot-long hot dogs! With potato chips and bean soup on the side. The cost is only $60 pesos! Then to top it off, we will have apple pie ala mode (pie with ice cream on top) $30 pesos. Is your mouth watering yet?
Drop by the clubhouse at noon for a fabulous Cliff Esser Hamburger along with Potato Chips, and Ice Cream for dessert!
(No salad bar this time)
Thursday, December 14, 2017 starting at noon, it will be the very last lunch of this year. The menu will be, salad bar, smoked pulled pork sandwiches with a side of beans. And for dessert, vanilla ice cream with strawberries.
10:00 AM at the clubhouse. “El ruido de las cosas al caer,” Juan Gabriel Vásquez Thriller politico 2011 Disponible en ingIés y espanol 260 pp. El libro narra las desventuras de una generación que durante su infancia y adolescencia padeció el horror de la violencia engendrada por el narcotráfico, y que apenas comienza a desprenderse de él. Platica en Español.
“The Sound of Things Falling,” by Juan Gabriel Vasquez Political thriller 2011 Kindle in English 260 pp The author draws on his own personal experience during the 1990’s Colombian drug wars. How did that period upend the way people lived their private lives? Discussion in Spanish. Everyone welcome.