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WOMEN’S COLLEGE CLUB OF PRINCETON
P. O. BOX 3181
PRINCETON NJ 08540
This is a reminder that there will be an April General Meeting on Monday, April 15, 2019 at All Saints Church. Because this is an additional meeting, we shall need volunteers to bring food. Please contact out hospitality chair, Mary Frances Stahler, if you can help out. Guests are always welcome; am I sexist to suggest that husbands and partners would like this program? So be it.
As I write this I realize that some of you are disappointed that we canceled the April Bridge Benefit. Besides being disappointed I hope that some of you have suggestions for a benefit for next year. We are open for suggestions and would love to hear from you. There has been a nasty flu type bug around the neighborhood and I hope all who have been ill are feeling better. I am looking forward to the April speaker and appreciate the work of our devoted program chairs, Barbara Johnson and Janet Reiche, who have planned a wonderful program for April. I want to thank Elia Mackenzie for being so upbeat, energetic, and helpful… a wonderful quality in a member-at-large and everywhere else.
I am planning our annual informal visit to HomeFront’s annual artJam show at 19 Hullfish Street in Princeton on Tuesday morning, April 9th, with lunch afterwards. Please let me know if you are interested or have questions. This event is really fun and supports such a good cause.
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2019 1:00 P.M. All SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS AND WAR PREPARATIONS IN 1941
Robert Ashbaugh, formerly Deputy Director of the Department of Justice, will present notes on “Intelligence Analysis and War Preparations in 1941”. We will learn how our government operated prior to one of the most seminal events in American history. He will discuss insights into the United States’ new technological marvels, radar, the electronic detector, and MAGIC, the decoded intercepts of Japanese diplomatic communications, and how the government failed, sometimes with plausible explanations, sometimes not.
In 2003 Robert Ashbaugh was recruited to join the Department of Homeland Security. Following his retirement, he and his wife moved to Princeton. For several years he served as a department guest of the Law and Public Affairs program at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.
Join us for this fascinating in-depth analysis of an infamous day in our country’s history.
The Board will meet on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at Windrows. Meeting begins at 10:00 a.m. sharp, so plan on an early arrival for coffee and a chat.
On March 28 our readers will meet at the home of Janet Young, to discuss our ideas about William Kent Krueger’s Ordinary Grace. Please let Janet know if you will be with us by phone or email. Meeting begin at 1:00 p.m.
April’s book: The Storied Life of A J Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin.
LUNCHING OUT GROUP
Bonnie Larson has been arranging reservations for members at area restaurants each month. If you would like to receive her notices, please contact her by phone or email.
Bonnie is also the one to contact if you know of a member who has been ill or who has lost a family member. Contact Bonnie (see above) so she can sent a card representing the College Club.
May 11, 2019 DIALOGUES DES CARMELITES – Francis Poulenc; Isabel Leonard, Adrianne Pieczonka, Erin Morley, Karen Cargill, Karita Mattila, David Portillo, Dwayne Croft; Yannick Nezet-Seguin, conductor. 12:00 p.m.
Please take note of the earlier time. Arriving early allows for a better choice of seats. This will be at the Hamilton AMC and at the Regal on Rt. 1.
ANNUAL MAY BUSINESS MEETING (Luncheon Menu and Reservation Form)
In the May Newsletter you will receive information about the Annual Business Meeting Luncheon, held each year to inform members of the board and chairs for the following year. This year, because we shall not have the fundraiser in April, there will be a table for White Elephant purchases at the May 20 luncheon held at Windrows.
Keep Tuesday, May 14, 2019 on your calendars for the Annual Scholarship Tea, when awards will be given to the area winners of our scholarships.
WE HAVE LOST ANOTHER MEMBER
Laura Kruskal, who died at the age of 95 on February 6, 2019, was a unique personality. Known around the United States and the world for her original origami creations, she shared her craft with College Club members, as well as others in many communities.