|Sun 2/13||Washington Book Club|
|Thur 2/17||Evening with Charles Ogletree|
|Thur 2/24||Baltimore Book Club|
|Fri 2/25||Ivy Singles – Atrium Café|
|Mon 2/28||Congressman Kolbe Reception|
Now that we’ve survived the inauguration, we can get back to business!
Thanks to those who have volunteered for upcoming events: our calendar
is in a bit of flux. We appreciate your interest and patience!
Washington Stanford Book Club
Sunday, Feb. 13 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Location: Home of Hemant Kanakia
4924 30th Place NW,
Book: The Known World, by Edward Jones
We will share a potluck meal and discuss The Known World by Edward Jones
For information on or to join this club, visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/wdcsabooks and click "join this group." For more info and directions to
this month’s discussion, please contact Donna Lloyd-Kolkin, 301-983-4272
or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Evening with Charles Ogletree
Thursday, Feb. 17 5:30 – 8:30 PM
Location: Willard Intercontinental Hotel
1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW,
Washington DC 20004
Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres following lecture.
Bingham McCutchen LLP cordially invites you to an evening with Harvard
Law School Professor and prominent legal theorist, Charles J. Ogletree,
Jr., ’74, MA ’75; member of Stanford University Board of Trustees from
1991-2001; and currently Chairman of the Board of Trustees’ Task Force
on Minority Alumni Relations.
Professor Ogletree will be delivering his keynote speech, “What President
Bush’s Election May Mean for the Supreme Court” and signing
complimentary copies of his latest book, All Deliberate Speed: Reflections
on the First Half-Century of Brown v. Board of Education.
This event is sponsored by Bingham McCutchen and is not a WDCSA event.
Please R.S.V.P. by Monday, February 14 to Benjamin Barstrom at 617.951.8300
or by email to email@example.com
Baltimore Stanford Book Club
Thursday, Feb. 24 7:00 PM
Location: 1201 William St., Baltimore
Ample snacks, pot luck. Please RSVP.
Contact Sarah Clever, ’91, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (410) 685-7558
for additional information and directions.
Ivy Singles – Atrium Cafe
Friday, Feb. 25 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Location: The Atrium Café at the National Museum of Natural History
Constitution and 10th Street,
Washington, DC 20560
Hosted by the Washington Wellesley Club.
Price includes an entrée, dessert, one beverage (alcoholic or non).
Escape winter’s chill with a live performance of hot jazz, good conversation,
and delicious food at the Museum of Natural History’s Atrium Café.
Prepaid reservations strongly recommended. Send your check for $25 to
Deborah Tate, 1022 North Cleveland Street, Arlington VA 22201 to be received
by Saturday, February 19 and payable to Washington Wellesley Club. Please
note your school on the check. Walk-ins (may be limited): $30 at the door.
Email questions to Deborah at email@example.com or visit www.ivysinglesdc.com
Congressman Kolbe Reception
Monday, Feb. 28 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Location: Residence of Congressman Jim Kolbe
Congressman Jim Kolbe, MBA ’67
(R-AZ), has graciously invited all Washington-area Stanford alumni and
parents to a reception in his home. Congressman Kolbe
was recently re-elected to his 11th term in the House of Representatives
and serves on the Appropriations Committee. He will talk about his work
and answer questions. Light refreshments will be provided. Congressman
Kolbe’s residence is on Capitol Hill.
By Metro: Capitol South, Eastern Market.
RSVP to Garry Tyran at GKTyran@aol.com or
301-652-6632 before Feb. 24 and plan to pay $10/person at the door.
Space will be limited,
so please respond early.
After losing their first three conference games,
the Stanford men’s basketball team won 6 conference games in a row
to close out January. Stay tuned:
we will select a sports bar (and publicize via email) to watch
one or more of the Feb. games (all EST):
– Saturday, February 12 – 3:30PM – Cal
– Sunday, February 20 – 3:30PM – UCLA
If your membership expired at the end of December, a
renewal form is being sent with this newsletter. You are encouraged
to renew online
at www.stanfordclubs.org/dc (click on Join/Renew) but you may
also use the enclosed form. If your membership is expired, you will not
receive the March newsletter.
Watch for the next newsletters for details about the
Museum of the American Indian reception: it has moved to April 13th,
to provide some extra
time to plan this very special evening with University Trustee
and Museum Director, Rick West!
To create an email reminder for one of our events, or for anything else,
that will be sent to you on a date and with a message you choose, visit
WDCSA has purchased 4 season tickets for this season at RFK. The
seats are in Row 5 in Section 448 in the lower outfield. Pricing
and distribution procedures will be described in the March newsletter
but we currently expect prices
to vary between $8 and $12, depending on the game.