Calendar of Events

University Club programs are open to the public and are held Tuesdays at noon in the Padua Room of the Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Road, Claremont, California. A full buffet lunch, beginning at 11:45 AM is available for $12.00. For those who wish to come only for coffee and dessert, the fee is $5.00. No fee is charged for program attendance only. Membership applications are available at each meeting. Map to Hughes Community Center

December Program Chair - Bob Smith

December 7 – “Claremont High School Choral Singers, led by Joel Wilson"

Joel Wilson is a graduate of Claremont High School and has a music degree from Cal Poly Pomona. He will bring his very talented and beautifully trained Claremont High School Choral Singers to perform for us again. They have entertained the members of the University Club for the last few years and will bring us seasonal songs from all over the world. Please bring friends and family for this festive event to start off the holiday season with a musical celebration
Introducer: Bob Smith
Fellowship: Gene Smith

December 14 – “A salute to our veterans with personal stories from our own members”

Speakers – Margot MacDonald, Carl Veazie, and Dick Mitchell
Members of the University of Claremont will speak about their own experiences during World War Two. Margot Mac Donald was a censor during the war and had the task of opening mail to make sure no military secrets were sent. Hers was a most unusual task of which we have heard very little. Carl Veazie will show pictures of his life in uniform. He served in the Signal Corps in the European Theater, and saw everything from the V-2 bombing of London to German concentration camps after their liberation. Dick Mitchell will have his own tales of the South Pacific, Island-hopping from New Guinea to the Philippines. He says that, although he saw some rough duty, some of his “tales” are very funny.
Introducer: Mel Boynton
Fellowship: Bob Weingartner

December 21 – “Dr. Benjamin Franklin, a Journey into the 18th Century.”

Speaker – Arthur Ludwick
A part of American history will come to life with a visit from Benjamin Franklin, who is spry and perky for an 83-year old. Arthur Ludwick will portray Franklin, who will entertain us with tales of his youth, his education (which ended when he was 10 years old), and his varied professions. Mr. Ludwick, a Glendora resident, has been impersonating the former statesman with great success. “I’m here to remember his life for you and relate it to you,” Mr. Ludwick tells his audience, adding, “It is a personal privilege to be before you this 21st day of December 1789.” Mr. Ludwick developed this presentation after retiring as the chief financial officer for Rain Bird in 2004.
Introducer: John Felton
Fellowship: Ellen Litney
Birthdays: Nancy Magnuson

December 28 – No Meeting because of the Holiday Season

 

Bulletin Committee Members: David Sonner, Opanyi Nasiali, and Roya Ardelan


Past Programs: - Jan 2010 - Feb 2010 - Mar 2010 - April 2010 - May 2010 - June 2010 - July 2010 - Sept 2010 - Oct 2010 - Nov 2010

Ideas for good program? Contact Bob Smith, Program Committee Chair  909 625-4344 Bsartist@netscape.com