Monthly Luncheon, December 7, 2019
Arizona Inn, 2200 E. Elm St.
The special AAUW holiday celebration at the Arizona Inn, 2200 E. Elm St. will be held on Saturday, December 7 from 11:00 AM.-1:00 PM. NOTE: This event is one week earlier than our regular meeting date because the holiday season is so busy, so ensure you have the correct Saturday on your calendar. You will have the opportunity to visit with friends on a lovely outside terrace from 11-11:30 AM. Lunch will be served at 11:30 followed by a few announcements and the entertainment. Ron Lancaster, a member of Teller of Tales, will entertain us with his stories. Lunch selection is one of three salads. Choices are: 1. Shrimp, Avocado, and marinated Tomatoes served over spinach and arugula 2. Cobb Salad with Avocado, bacon, blue cheese, tomatoes, egg, grilled shredded chicken 3. Sweet chile glazed Salmon Salad with cucumbers, avocadoes, tomatoes, shredded carrots Please email Kay Buckler directly at firstname.lastname@example.org about your choice and reserve your seat.
There are two ways to pay — Send $20 checks made payable to AAUW Tucson Branch to: Brantley, 9597 E. Kokopelli Circle, Tucson, AZ 85748 or pay online at http://paypal.me/TucsonAAUWBranch ($21 online)
Not a AAUW Tucson member yet? Have a guest who wants to join? Sign up while you are at the luncheon – you will save half on your national dues ($29.50). This savings pays for your lunch!!!!
Students Check out AAUW’s National Conference for College Women Student Leaders on the AAUW website!
You can be reimbursed by applying to AAUW Arizona for attending the conference.
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