May 10, 2018
On May 10, 2018, we had a special guest speaker at the AmSoc English Book Club meeting. The discussion was about the book, “Abraham Lincoln and Mexico, A History of Courage, Intrigue and Friendships,” and the guest speaker was the author Michael Hogan. Here is the YouTube link of that lively discussion.
10:00 AM, English Book Club
Author Michael Hogan will be the guest of the English Book Club. Michael has written a definitive history of the relationship that President Abraham Lincoln maintained with Mexico before, during and after the American Civil War. Lincoln’s early and persistent rejection of the US government’s role in claiming one-half of Mexico as war booty is documented precisely and persuasively. Everyone is welcome, so bring a friend to this discussion and book signing of “Abraham Lincoln and Mexico.”
Also on Thursday, May 10th
12 Noon, Mother’s Day Luncheon with Live Violin and Guitar Accompaniment!
Chicken salad sandwiches with a choice from three types of bread. Toppings include; nuts, cranberries, chips, onions, tomatoes, capers, and olives. Italian Tiramisu for dessert. 50/50 Raffle. Sign up at the desk or call 3121-2395 to reserve your seats because late comers risk not being served.
Are you asking “what the heck is Tiramisu?”
wait for it…..
it’s gonna make you drool!
It’s a crispy layered chocolate, coffee, brandy, cheesecake.
Beginning at 12:00 noon, April 5th – Lunch at AmSoc!
Don’t miss out on a hearty and delicious lunch. Starting out with the fresh salad bar, we will be serving meatloaf with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy. To celebrate all of you people born in the month of April, dessert is FREE birthday cake!
Can’t beat these prices for such a meal: $60 = Entrée, $30 = Salad Bar, $10 = Soft Beverage.
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?