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Celebrate 50 Years of TFAS with Athens Alumni

April 27, 2017

Athens Club 11 Panepistimiou str.

Athens


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Toast to 50 Years of TFAS with your fellow Athens alumni and friends! TFAS Vice President of International and Alumni Programs Michelle Le will be in town to host the gathering. Mr. Theodossis Georgiou President, Greek Association for Atlantic & European Cooperation and Mrs. Aliki Mitsakos – Georgiou Dean, International Center for Leading Studies will join Le in hosting the event at the Athens Club in Athens, Greece.

This special event is part of our year-long, global birthday celebration. On Feb. 6, 2017, The Fund for American Studies turned 50 years old thanks to the support and dedication of countless TFAS alumni, donors and friends. Alumni who attend our birthday celebrations – including this Athens event – will be entered into a drawing to win free tickets to our black-tie 50th Anniversary Gala at the National Building Museum on Sept. 28.

We look forward to celebrating with you in Athens!

DETAILS

Thursday, April 27
19:00 – 21:00
Athens Club (11 Panepistimiou str., Athens – 9th floor).

Dress Code: For men a jacket and tie is required; for women
it is business casual.

Please RSVP by April 21 to Ms. Brenda Hafera, TFAS Coordinator of Alumni Programs and Continuing Education, at bhafera@TFAS.org.

If you have questions, you may contact Mr. Theodossis Georgiou at 210.865.5979.

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