The Women’s Club of Costa Rica to host luncheon
Wednesday, March 13, at 11 a.m. will mark the beginning of a new year for The Women’s Club of Costa Rica. The group will hold a special luncheon at The Aurola Holiday Inn’s Salon el Grande Augusto. A special feature will be a stylish selection of handbags of every variety at bargain prices.
Join a vibrant group of women actively furthering educational development in Costa Rica for a sumptuous Mediterranean/Exotic luncheon.
Select from a great collection of almost new handbags and purses – for the beach, the office, evening wear, travel and more – lots of bargains, with proceeds supporting WCCR’s scholarship program and supplying public school textbooks to students in need.
Win one of two elegant new handbags donated by luncheon sponsor, the prestigious handbag designer TOUS.
“WCCR is one of the oldest, continuously operating service organizations in Costa Rica,” said in-coming president Michele Cote. “2013 marks our 73rd anniversary and we would especially like to invite new members and guests to this, our annual year-opening event.”
The Aurola Holiday Inn is located in San José at Calle 5 and Avenida 9. Luncheon tickets cost $24 (including vouchers for free parking) and are available at 2249-9071.
The Women’s Club of Costa Rica’s membership numbers over 300 women of all ages from Costa Rica and many countries of the world, drawn together by the motto of Friendship Through Service.
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