RPCV’s and Friends
We served globally, let’s celebrate locally!
Think that you will be unable to attend the anniversary festivities in Washington, but still want to celebrate, then join us on the evening of September 22, 2011 for the
50th Peace Corps Anniversary “Dinner by Satellite”
Our goal is to get 75-100 friends in multiple locations on a single night in and around the city and linked via electronic connection to celebrate the founding of Peace Corps!
Dinners begin at 6:30 at each location, see below for the locations to choose from.
Other locations to be announced
Special event below
Please rsvp to the contact at your location of choice
Invite friends, family, and other globally aware individuals
EVANSTON DINNER BY SATELLITE
Mt. Everest Restaurant, 630 Church Street, Lower Level Party Room, Evanston www.mteverestrestaurant.com
$20 (family style Indian/Nepalese meal includes veggie appetizer, 2 veggie entrees, 2 meat entrees, dessert, drink)
Two blocks due east from the Davis Street CTA and Metra Stations in downtown Evanston. If you drive, there are several metered lots within a few blocks. Parking is about $.75 per hour.
RSVP to Trina Janes, Morocco 91-93, firstname.lastname@example.org
Families welcome. This will be a kid friendly event (kids 7 and under eat free).
LINCOLN PARK DINNER BY SATELLITE
Travel to Persia without your passport and celebrate Peace Corps’ Golden anniversary dinner.
Reza’s Grill, 2423 N. Clark St. by Fullerton Ave. www.RezasRestaurant.com
Buffet-style taste of the menu. $20 per person (gratituty included). Cash bar. Private room.
Transportation: “El” Fullerton red line. Busses: #151, 22 or 36. Parking: very challenging!
For information and reservations, contact Margaret Sheridan, Alabania 76-77, email@example.com
INDIANA DINNER BY SATELLITE
Beach potluck as the sun will just be setting.
RSVP to Mary Owen, Philippines 05-08, firstname.lastname@example.org
729 N. Montgomery, Miller Beach/Gary, Indiana 46403
CAPCA will be holding a clothing drive on this evening. Please bring gently used winter clothes and outdoor wear (including gloves, hats, and scarves!) to contribute to our clothing drive. Details to follow on the website.