Hey CAPCA Members!
Join us at this month’s CAPCA Dinner, Thursday May 19th at Turkish Cuisine!
Turkish Cuisine serves… you guessed it… Turkish Food! Peace Corps first went to Turkey in 1962, the same year we removed U.S. missiles from Turkey as a part of an agreement to end the Cuban missile crisis! Probably not a coincidence.
So let’s celebrate the Peace Corps’s role in averting nuclear disaster by gatherin’ for a slatherin’ of Turkish Cuisine.
The cost will be $22 per person (cash only!) which includes tax and tip. They’re basically going to bring out a small portion of 10-15 dishes, some meat, some vegetarian, so there should be something for everyone!
Turkish Cuisine is at 5605 N Clark St., a few blocks west of the Berwyn Red Line stop. Street parking, casual dress, and BYOB!
Please RSVP to me (email@example.com) if you’re going to be able to make it! Bring a bottle of wine (no corking fee!).
We’ll meet at the restaurant at 6:30ish, and will be getting dinner around 7pm.
Who: CAPCA members, friends of CAPCA members, family of CAPCA members, and unrequited love interests of CAPCA members
What: CAPCA BYOB Dinner, $22 cash per person
Where: Turkish Cusine, 5605 N Clark St
When: Thursday, May 19th, 6:30pm
Why: Something to do with the Cuban Missile Crisis
RSVP: to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope you can make it!