AFLSE: April Events in Washington, New York, Los Angeles, and Houston

Have you signed up for one of the April events planned for alumni across the country?

Receptions have been arranged in Washington and New York for David Kingsley, Chair/President of the recently-established international LSE Alumni Association. The Washington event is nearly at cpacity, so sign-up quickly for the New York reception at the Princeton Club on Monday, April 10.

There is also a reception with the British Consul General in Houston, a luncheon with the President of the LA City Council, and wine tastings in New York and Washington at the end of the month.

In addition, a charming book by David Kingsley (see below)is being offered as aa AFLSE membership benefit and he will be happy to sign copies during his visit.

Washington, DC: AFLSE Reception at the Cosmos Club
Saturday, 04/8/06 at 6:00pm
Please join AFLSE President, Leon Desbrow, and members of the board for a reception in the elegant surroundings of the Cosmos Club.

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New York City: AFLSE Reception at the Princeton Club
Monday, 04/10/06 at 7:00pm
Please come to meet David Kinglsey from London.
Experience the Princeton Club, where affiliate membership is now available at a discount.

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Los Angeles: Luncheon
Monday, 04/17/06 at 12:00pm
Luncheon chapter meeting with guest speaker Eric Garcetti, President of the Los Angeles City Council.

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Houston : Reception at the Residence of HM Consul-General
Wednesday, 04/19/06 at 6:30pm
All LSE alumni and friends are welcome.

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New York City: Critics Picks Wine Tasting with Dr. Vino
Friday, 04/28/06 at 7:00pm
Our guide this year will be wine expert and LSE alumnus Tyler Colman, Ph.D

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Washington, DC: Wine Tasting and Auction
Saturday, 04/29/06 at 7:00pm
The French Embassy will be the location of a wine auction co-sponsored by Rotary Club International and the AFLSE Washington DC Chapter.

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How World War II was won on the playing fields of LSE
"This charming and well-produced little book illustrates a fascinating corner of the School's history".
Written and edited by David Kingsley and now available from AFLSE

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