Posted in Events, ISI on Oct 20th, 2008
ISI is hosting a number of fun activities just for YOU!
To RSVP for an event or for more information please contact:
Dale & Carolyn DePalatis email@example.com 373-5946 or 277-6595
John & Joyce Steers firstname.lastname@example.org 375-2847
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S CONNECTION FALL TEA,
Saturday, 10/25 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
A very special time for international women to gather together. The tea will be hosted by ISI Friend Sue Wulfmeyer in her beautiful Carmel home. If interested and you haven’t received the Evite yet, please email us and we will send one to you. If you have received the Evite, please RSVP soon!
DAY TRIP TO SAN FRANCISCO,
Dale & Carolyn are thinking about making a day trip to San Francisco (possibly via Stanford), and would be interested in learning about people who think they would like to go. Sites may include the Golden Gate Bridge & Park, CA Museum of Science, Exploratorium, Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, China Town, etc. Space is limited and will be first come, first served. We are not certain we will do this trip in the fall; we may move it to the spring, but please let us know right away if you are interested and we’ll make a decision soon.
ANNUAL THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION
Save the date & mark your calendars now! Every year, ISI community volunteers come together and serve up a Thanksgiving feast for you to enjoy! You will not want to miss this magical evening. More to come.
Will you be in Monterey? Do you have anywhere to go? Would you like to be part of a community outreach serving needy people onThanksgiving, and then enjoy time in a local home for the day? If you do not already have plans but these type of opportunities interest you, let us know!
Posted in Events, ISI on Sep 22nd, 2008
Hello International Friends!
America will have a pivotal election in about six weeks. Both candidates are calling for CHANGE. What does CHANGE mean? What kinds of CHANGE are needed? How is it possible? What does it mean for you and me?
Come share your thoughts with us! This is not only a political discussion, by the way. The word “CHANGE” can be considered from so many different angles. Let’s hear what you have to say…and what others think…at ISI Monterey’s OPEN DISCUSSION CAFE this coming Friday night, 9/26.
Those who joined for the ODC on PEACE last week were not disappointed. It was an insightful time. Join us for a refreshing breakfrom your studies, offering an opportunity to connect with others:
TIME: 7:30 – 9:00 One-hour discussion, followed by dessert and informal time WHERE: At the home of (MIIS alumna) Carolyn & Dale DePalatis 7120 Oak Tree Place, Monterey, a ten-minute drive from downtown HOW TO GET THERE:Receive a ride – 7:00 pick-up @ MIIS Library parking lot,
7:15 @ theTrader Joe’s entrance, 7:20 @ the MPC Bus stop below MPC Library. Ifyou have a car, please help carpool and meet us at MIIS @ 7:00.
All receive a ride home or back to school between 9 – 9:30 PM.
This will be our last ODC for a little while. We will move into other group activities in October, to be announced soon
Questions? Email or call. And come with a friend! It’s more fun that way anyway!
International Students, Inc. (ISI) Monterey [ http://www.isimonterey.org/ ]www.isimonterey.org
Posted in ISI, New Students on Aug 26th, 2008
You are Invited… International Student Welcome Picnic
Come enjoy a tasty BBQed meal (lots of food for vegetarians, too), games (& prizes!), and plenty of fun! Learn about resources, activities and help available to YOU while in Monterey. Make new, lasting friends. Invite your friends, too! Sharing Christ’s Love with International Students
WHEN: Monday, September 1, 2008 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Lake El Estero Park (Near baseball diamond on Pearl & 3rd Streets). Look for signs.
Free to all new & returning international students, scholars, instructors and their families.
Pick-up shuttle at the MIIS library parking lot and MPC bus stop below the library @ 3:45, or walk to Lake El Estero and look for signs. Bring a jacket, too. All receive a ride home.
FOR INFO: Carolyn @ 373-5946, 277-6595 • email@example.comJohn @ 375-2847 • firstname.lastname@example.org