WDCSA Newsletter – March 2004

Sat. 2/28 Men’s Basketball v. Oregon
Sat 3/6 Men’s Basketball v. Washington
Sun 3/14 Washington Book Club Meeting
Thur 3/18 Baltimore Book Club Meeting
Thur 3/25 Young Alum Happy Hour
Fri 3/26 Ivy Singles at Tony and Joe’s
Sun 5/16 Sallie Mae Fund 10K

#1 Stanford Men’s Basketball
Saturday Feb. 28 Oregon 7PM Eastern
(not on local TV)
Saturday Mar. 6 Washington 6PM EST
Location: Crystal City Sports Pub
529 S. 23rd St, Arlington

We will be at the Crystal City Sports Pub to watch the top ranked and
undefeated Men’s Basketball team take on Oregon and Washington. The Feb.
28 game will not be on local TV and it is unlikely the
March 6 game will be shown. . The nearest metro is Crystal City.
Crystal City
Sports Pub is the likely viewing location for the PAC10 tournament (March
11–13) as well. Details will be sent out via email. Questions:
Bill Pegram, wmpegram@comcast.net,

Washington Stanford Book Club
Sunday, March 14 5 – 8 PM
Location: TBD
Book: The Secret Life of Bees, by Sue Monk Kidd

Upcoming: Sunday April 18, 6 PM
Book: Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi
For meeting locations and more information on the Washington DC Stanford
Alumni Book Club, please join the Yahoo! group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/wdcsabooks
Questions? Please contact Carina Uraiqat at carinau@stanfordalumni.org

Baltimore Stanford Book Club
Thursday, March 18 7 PM
Location: 1201 William St., Baltimore
Book: The DaVinci Code, by Dan Brown

Snacks will be available. Please be in touch with Sarah Clever, ’91, 410-685-7558, for info & directions
to the discussion. slclever@earthlink.net

Young Alum NCAA Happy Hour
Thursday, March 25 6:00PM
Location: Buffalo Billiards,
1330 19th St., NW, Washington, DC

Young Alumni Happy Hour and NCAA Tournament Party!

Keep your fingers crossed and save the date! If all goes well, Stanford
Men’s Basketball will be playing in a Western Regional NCAA game
on Thursday, March 25. Don’t miss the opportunity to get together
with other young alums and cheer our team to victory! If you graduated
between ’96 and ’03 and are not already subscribed to the
young alumni e-newsletter, please contact Lindsay Arnold at larnold@stanfordalumni.org.
More details will follow in that e-mailing. See you then!

Ivy Singles – Tony and Joe’s
Friday, March 26 6:30PM – 8:30 PM
Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place at Georgetown’s Washington Harbour
3000 K St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Cost: Prepaid $25,
Email & Walk-in $30

Hosted by the Yale Club of Washington, DC

Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place at Georgetown’s Washington Harbour, romantically
situated on the banks of the Potomac River with a great view of the Kennedy
Center, the Key Bridge and beautiful Roosevelt Island, is the perfect
place to end the week and meet other Ivy-educated singles. Please join
us in the Crab Room in this family-run restaurant complete with large
windows and unique views. Business, business casual or marina attire.
There will be light hors d’Oeuvres and a Cash Bar.

See www.ivysinglesdc.com for reservation, directions and parking info.

Sallie Mae Fund 10K Fundraiser
Sunday, May 16 8AM
West Potomac Park, Washington, DC

The annual Sallie Mae Fund 10K event will raise funds for the DC College
Access Program (DC-CAP), which helps DC public high school students enter
and graduate from college. Sallie Mae wants to attract alumni groups
to run in this year’s race. The winning school/alumni team gets $10,000
donated to their general scholarship fund. Second place will receive
$5000 and third place $2500.
Not a fast runner? – the team ranking results from the top two male
and two female finishers on the team and alumni teams
that send
to run in
race receive $100 and
for each

A special alumni tent will be set up, which will be a great opportunity
for groups to meet each other. If interested, please contact Bill Pegram
at wmpegram@comcast.net or 703-486-0952. You can find more information
about the event at www.salliemae10k.org.