WDCSA Newsletter – March 1997

March 1997

March 15 Dancing at Glen Echo with Cornell
March 21 Over 30’s Singles Event with Harvard, Yale, and Princeton
March 22 Hillwood Museum
March 22 Tennis Party with Harvard and Yale

Saturday, March 15


with Cornell

Time: Lesson at 8:00 pm

Dancing from 9:00-12:00

Cost: $8/person at the door

Place: Glen Echo Park

7300 MacArthur Blvd.

Glen Echo, MD

For more information, call:

Kendall Andrews

(301) 718-6483

Ballroom Dancing Anyone?! The Cornell Club of Washington is hosting a group
of interested graduates and professionals from several universities for some
Swing dancing fun at Glen Echo Park, 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, MD.
We will meet at 8PM. The ballroom is basically unheated, but with 400-500
people at the dance, it will warm up. A water bottle is useful if you don’t
want to go outside for water. The format is an hour of “instruction” followed
by the dance. People of all ages, professions, and levels of ability, usually
attend these events, (average age 30-35) and the atmosphere is fairly casual
and informal. Bring a friend or a partner if you wish; but it is not required.
Admission is $8.00 cash at the door. For more information and rides to the
park contact the Cornell Club of Washington at (202)466-2208 or Chris Kelly
@ (202)588-0378 or e-mail:

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Friday, March 21


with Harvard, Princeton and Yale

Time: 6:00-8:00 pm

Place: Upper Level/Center Café at Union Station

Cost: $15.00 in advance

$20.00 at the door

To reserve space, send checks (payable to WDCSA) to:

Bill Pegram

815 S. 18th, Apt. 400

Arlington, VA 22202

(703) 486-0952

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Saturday, March 22


Time: 3:00-5:00 pm

Cost: $10.00 per person

Location: 4155 Linnean Avenue, NW

Washington DC 20008

Parking is available for visitors’ cars.

Hillwood, set amid beautiful gardens on a twenty-five
acre estate in northwest Washington, DC, was the residence of Marjorie
Merriweather Post. She collected art throughout her life, exemplary pieces
of French and Russian objects of some of Europe’s foremost artists. Hillwood
Museum and Gardens opened to the public in 1977.

The Washington DC Stanford Association signed up for
a tour of 40. The tour will last approximately two hours. You may stroll
in the gardens prior to the tour. There is also a Café that serves
lunch and tea each day the museum is open. Tel. (202) 686-8893 If you need
a special parking space or a wheelchair, please call (202) 363-3056.

Please send checks (payable to WDCSA) by March 18, 1997

Monica M. Mulrooney

3107 Circle Hill Road

Alexandria, VA 22305

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Saturday, March 22



Time: 7:20-11:30 pm

Cost: $19 per person to cover

court rental, snacks, and tennis balls

Place: The Aspen Hill Club

14501 Homecrest Rd.

Silver Spring, MD 20906

(301) 598-5200

Send checks* payable to Yale Club of Washington DC to:

Ms. Terry Watson

4323 Cathedral Ave. NW

Washington DC 20016

* Include $19/person (players) $7/person
(non-players), & for each player: name, sex, school, phone number, and
level (advanced, high intermediate, or low intermediate)

For more information, call Kuni Matsuda (301) 953-9870
(w) or (703) 765-1653 (h)

Confirm your reservation by mailing a check to Terry
Watson by March 18, 1997 (no cancellations after 3pm on March 18). If space
is available, you can be admitted at the door for $25. Bring a non-playing
guest for only $7.00!

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