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Belgium. The exhibition, Literae Humaniores in the University of Pennsylvania Librarysee page 25 for more information or visit (www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/rbm/leuven/index.html).
Chicago. The Penn Club of Chicago has an exciting list of events through the rest of the year. Visit (www. pennclubchicago.com) for the most up-to-date event information, to sign up for our e-mail list, and to become a Penn Club of Chicago member. Questions, e-mail club president Jeremy Agulnek EE96 at <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Membership questions, e-mail Erica Labovitz at <email@example.com>. Upcoming events: Sunday, Aug. 3Cubs rooftop baseball game [limited seating remains; go to (www.pennclubchicago.com/cubssignup.htm) for ticket info]. Saturday, Sept. 6First September event, welcome all new Penn alumni to Chicago with a night of bowling at Lucky Strike; discounts for paid Penn Club members. Join our extended Ivy League community at our monthly 30-Something dinners held at new, exciting restaurants. Over 50 people have been attending on a regular basisdont miss out!
Japan. The Penn Club of Japans Third Thursday (TT) Social Mixers happen every month on the Third Thursdaywithout fail. Over 80 members sloshed their way through Tokyos rainy season to enjoy the spirit of Penn, alive and well in Japan. For more information on our activities, contact club president Randy McGraw at <firstname.lastname@example.org> or visit the mobile accessible Web site at (www.pennclubjapan.com/mobile/en/i/)
Long Island. The Penn Club of Long Island will be having their annual send-off pool party for Long Island incoming Freshmen on Aug. 23 (rain date, Aug. 24) at the home of Pattie Simon at (516) 622-8890.
Los Angeles. Southern California alumni! To join PennClubLA or volunteer on a committee or event, please visit (www.pennclubla.com). To see pictures of your former classmates from past Southern California events like Cinco de Mayo, Penn in Pictures, and Penn Family Day, please go to the Links section on the site.
Metro New Jersey. Summer is planning time for the Penn Club of Metro New Jersey. After our send-off picnic for the incoming freshmen from northern Jersey, look for these events: a Young Alumni Happy Hour, a dinner with a Penn professor, a book discussion, a theater night with dinner at the Penn Club of New York, and gatherings at Penn sporting events in northern Jersey. Live in one of the six northern counties of our region? Registered with the Penn Alumni Office? Then look for our schedule and membership application in your mail box in early September. For latest information, visit (www.PennClubMetroNJ.com). See you in the fall!
New England. The Penn Alumni Club of Western New England is planning a reception for entering freshmen in mid-August. Alumni in western Massachusetts and northern Connecticut who would like more information or can help plan upcoming events, contact Bill Squires C71 at <email@example.com>.
PennNYC. Looking for an apartment? Have a cause or an interest that youd like to bring to the alumni community here? Interested in planning class-specific social events or fundraisers? Join PennNYC, Penns free alumni organization in New York. Visit (www.PennNYC.org) to join our listserve and read about exciting upcoming events.
Northern California. Join the Penn Club of Northern California at the Giants vs. the Phillies at 1:05 p.m., on Saturday, Aug. 9, at PacBell Park. For tickets go to (www.acteva.com/go/ncpennclub).
Philadelphia. Penn Club of Philadelphias night out at the Phillies gameagainst the Montreal Exposis Thursday, July 17, 5:30 p.m.; visit (www.pennclubphilly.org) for details. The Black Alumni Society and the Penn Club of Philadelphia present Black Authors Night at Penns Van Pelt Library on Thursday, July 17 at 6:00 p.m. It will feature Leslie Esdaile-Banks W80 and her book Minion; Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr. assistant professor of musicRace Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop; and Dr. Susan C. Taylor C79Brown Skin: Dr. Susan Taylors Prescription for Flawless Skin, Hair, and Nails. For more details, visit (www.pennclubphilly.org/events.html).
Portland. Join the Penn Clubs of Portland and Seattle at Safeco Field. A block of seats is reserved for Saturday, July 26, at 1:05 p.m. for the Mariners vs. the Texas Rangers. Club members and guests plan to meet prior to this second annual event for brunch and/or beverage. Tickets for the game are $32 each; contact either club for further details. The Annual Summer Picnic is planned for the end of July or early August: our annual opportunity to spend a warm Oregon summer evening with fellow Penn alumni, Penn families, and current students; the new students and their parents will be our guests of honor. Third Thursday Happy Hours are set for July 17 and Aug. 21, from 5:30 p.m.to whenever! Come join in this monthly celebration of whatever strikes your fancy: look for the Penn flag. Check the Penn Club of Portland Web site (www.fhzal.com/penn/) for more details or contact club president John Vosmek at (503) 222-3232 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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