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Upcoming Annual Club Meeting on April 23 at Manchester Country Club
Our first in-person annual meeting since 2019 is set for 12noon to 3pm on Sunday, April 23, 2023, at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford, NH. There will be a reception (cash bar, with a drink ticket for beer, wine or soft drink provided to each attendee, plus hors d’oeuvres provided by the Club), followed by a delicious buffet luncheon. Following a brief business meeting, our speaker will be Prof. Karl Kaiser, Professor of Public Policy Emeritus at the Harvard Kennedy School, whose topic will be “The Ukraine War and its International Implications”. The cost will be $25 per individual or $45 per couple, payable by check (payable to The Harvard Club of New Hampshire), via PayPal to our Club account, or at the door.
For planning purposes, we do need to provide a count to the Country Club two weeks in advance, so if you plan to attend, please email Doug Chamberlain indicating (1) the number in your party, and (2) whether you will mail a check, remit via PayPal or pay at the door.
For questions/payment, please contact Doug Chamberlain: email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, and mailing address is 1465 Hooksett Road, Unit 414, Hooksett, NH 03106. (PLEASE remember to include the unit number!) We look forward to seeing many of you at Manchester Country Club on April 23rd!
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If you have graduated from Harvard College or Radcliffe College, you can volunteer to participate in interviewing high school seniors who are applying to Harvard. Interviews occur from November through January.
If interested, contact our Chair of the Schools and Scholarships Committee: Unity Dienes ‘94, email@example.com, 603-809-2897.
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