The members of the New Neighbors Club of South Florida invite you to join them on Sept. 8, for lunch and a special travel presentation by two long time members and past presidents Suzuyo Fox and Joan Kanet.
The two have traveled extensively around the world including Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. They will dispute the guests with a travel enigma, by presenting an overview of a past travel vacation. The guests will approximate what country or city they were in.
Extremities and guests also will be bade to share their travel adventures.
In a press release, Phyllis Webber, the club's program chairman said, ``We are very excited to learn about exotic aims in the world, through the eyes of two of our very ain members.''
The dejeuner will begin at 11:30 a.m. and will be at key signature Gardens, 12725 SW 122nd Ave. The cost is $24 per person and reservations are asked. Call Barbara Richards at 305-595-8631 to reserve your place.
You can help stamp out illiteracy by contriving to attend the Alfalit International fundraising event to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 in the Versailles Ballroom at the Intercontinental Hotel at 100 Chopin Plaza in business district Miami. The theme of the event is ``More Precious Than Gold and Rubies'' and is being acquainted to raise awareness and support of the administration educational programs. Myrka Dellanos will be the Mistress of ceremonials.
Agreeing to a press release from the organization, there are about 800 million illiterate people throughout the world. And while Alfalit International has changed the lives of more than 7 a million mass worldwide by providing basic reading, writing and math sciences, there is still much work to be done.
In the press release Roberto Perez, president of the Miami-based administration said, ``We face many challenges as we sustain and expand our broadcasts. Our major challenge is to find teacher replacement in various countries and the buying of textbooks.''
In addition to its literacy, basic breeding and preschool courses, Alfalit International also supports community development, health and aliment programs through cooperative projects with other international organizations. The administration serves 22 countries throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Portugal, and has been recognized at the 2006 and 2007 White House Conferences on Global Literacy. Alfalit also has received honors and the highest awad for literary development from UNESCO.
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