Georgetown Univ. Library Associates Dinner Event

The Georgetown University Library Associates cordially invite you to "Why I'd Rather Join a Convent than a Book Group" with Maureen Corrigan, Ph.D., Book Critic for National Public Radio's "Fresh Air" and Critic-in-Residence and Lecturer at Georgetown University

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009
Drinks at 6:00 p.m. followed by Dinner at 7:00 p.m.
The Olympic Club524 Post Street, San Francisco
$150 (Guests Under 30 years old)
$200 (Guests 30 and over)
$300 (Couples)
Cash Bar

The Event includes a One-Year Membership in the Georgetown University Library Associates. $100 is Tax-Deductible The Library Associates is an organization of nearly 1,000 members dedicated to helping the Library provide excellent services, collections and spaces. If interested, please contact Michael and Frances Wilson at frances_wilson@mac.com

Also, if you are a 2008 alum - - Michael and Frances Wilson of the Library Associates are looking for 10 2008 graduates to assist with the Library Associates Dinner. In return for arriving at the event one half hour early and assisting with check in, any volunteers will be given free admission and dinner. Please email Michael and Frances Wilson at frances_wilson@mac.com if interested. First come, first serve.

Hoya New Year Extravaganza 2009 Pictures

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From Hoya New Year Extravaganza 2009

Volunteer | Sept 19 | Habitat for Humanity East Bay

What: Help Habitat for Humanity build houses
When: Saturday, September 19, 8:30a - 4:30p
Where: Edes Avenue development, East Oakland

Join the Georgetown Club of Northern California and Habitat for Humanity East Bay for a day of building at Habitat's Edes Avenue development. No experience necessary! Wear work clothes and sturdy, close-toed shoes. Bring a lunch and refillable water bottle. Tools and safety equipment are provided. All volunteers must be at least 16 years old. We'll be working with on the final phases of their Edes Avenue Development. The 1.92 acres Edes Avenue development will contain 54 new homes in the Sobrante Park Neighborhood of East Oakland.

Two steps to RSVP and join in:
1) please email Rose at
rose.tutera@gmail.com and let her know you're coming.
2) Once you do that, please register for this volunteer event by visiting here and click "register" to create a new account and be sure to enter the join code GACNC.