AFLSE Alert for Alumni in Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Boston, New York and Washington, DC

Great events are scheduled around the country between now and May 1. These include a visit by LSE Director, Sir Howard Davies to Boston, events featuring the British Consul General in Chicago and Houston, wine-tastings and "happy hours" in New York and Washington, DC.

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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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Chicago: Forum with British Consul General
Tuesday, 04/18/06 at 5:00pm
International Expansion: Harnessing the Forces of Globalization for Innovation & Business Growth presented by:

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Enterprise Forum of Chicago

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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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Washington, DC: Happy Hour
Thursday, 02/15/07 at 6:30pm

Happy hours are an informal way to network and meet local fellow AFLSE alums!

AFLSE members, friends, recent grads, and future students are all welcome!

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Boston: Reception in Honor of Sir Howard Davies
Thursday, 04/27/06 at 6:30pm
LSE alumni and friends are invited to meet Sir Howard, Director of London School of Economics and Political Science.

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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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New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
Monday, 05/1/06 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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