The HOUSTON Club
FEBRUARY 2011 Volume 59, No. 2
February Events Join us Friday, February 11th for a romantic
February 2nd -
Wine Tas�ng - California 2007 “Queen of Hearts” Dinner at The Houston Club
February 6th -
Super Bowl XLV Party ($25+ Adults,
February 8th -
Girls Just Wanna Have Funds -
Complimentary, Ladies Texas Hold’Em
February 11th -
Breakfast with TALK650 Radio -
Complimentary Hot Breakfast,
Queen of Hearts Dinner ($65++)
February 17th -
Dinner & a Movie Night - “Charlie
Wilson’s War” ($30++)
February 20th -
Bridal Open House - Complimentary
February 24th -
Business Networking Social
(sponsored by iFROG Solu�ons),
Ladies Wine Social, YP Game Night
Join us for the
BIG GAME at
The HOUSTON Club!
$25 Adult Buffet
$15 for children
Make your reservations now! http://www.best-us-romantic-getaways.com
The HOUSTON Club
It’s THAT �me of the 2010 - 2011 Board of Directors
The 45th annual edi�on President: Charles L. Henke
of the Super Bowl will be
held at the Cowboys Vice President: John L. DeVault
Stadium in Arlington, Texas. If you can’t make it Secretary / Treasurer: John A. Anderson, Jr.
to Arlington, join us for good food and cold drinks,
and cheer your team on at The HOUSTON Club. Directors: Thomas Be�, Ma�hew Dickson, William D. Hanna,
Hershel J. Howard II, Frank S. Hinnant, Stephen C. Jacobs
Join us for the BIG Game! Ex-Oﬃcio: Bernard S. Hruzek
Sunday, February 6th
5:00pm COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Ac�vi�es Commi�ee: Tonya Anderson
$25 Adults Buﬀet
Finance Commi�ee: John A. Anderson, Jr.
House Commi�ee: William D. Hanna
Reservations are required. Call (713) 225-1661 Membership Commi�ee: Eric Feighl
or reserve online.
Wine Commi�ee: James Moore
The HOUSTON Club
MANAGEMENT Arteerean Jeﬀerson
Join us on Facebook! Search for The HOUSTON Nadia Elouﬁr Concierge
Club and click “like”. General Manager 713-225-1661
nadia.elouﬁr@houstonclub.org Shirley Jones
FOOD & BEVERAGE Member Event Coordinator
Luz Botello 713-229-2213
Add “The HOUSTON Club” to your LinkedIn firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com Hanna Doyle
Allan San�ago Member Rela�ons Coordinator
Service Director 713-229-2207
CHANGE in “The Clubber” distribu�on... firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting with the March 2011 issue, The Clubber asan�email@example.com CATERING / SOCIAL EVENTS
will begin being published Bi-Monthly with Mesita Partridge
an additional 4 pages, boosting it to a 16-page ACCOUNTING
Lucy Carreon Catering Director
newsletter. Therefore, the next Clubber issue 713-229-2212
will be “MARCH / APRIL 2011”. We will also Controller
provide you with a monthly calendar of events
that will accompany your statement. firstname.lastname@example.org Terri Porche
For all the latest Club news and to make Catering Manager
reservations, please take a look at our new 713-229-2214
Cynthia Fodell Mo� email@example.com
website. In addition, we are opening up The Membership Director
Clubber for advertising. If you are interested, 713-229-2216 Melissa Jones
please see the website for the rate sheet or firstname.lastname@example.org Banquet Manager
contact Hanna Doyle at (713) 229-2207. 713-229-2206
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Derrick Allen - Consultant Hugo Chambon Rothlisberger -
WellnessShield Spirits Educator Employee Spotlight
Brandon Arthur Bibby - A�orney Cognac Ferrand USA, Inc
Sadler Law Firm Tim R. Samples - A�orney Santos J.
David A. Collins - Manager and Bracewell & Guiliani. LP Zelaya - If you
have had lunch in
Professional Clothier Kenneth J. Simon - A�orney
the Bush Room
Festari Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, LP
then you know
Jay T. Comeaux - Independent Sco� Smyre - Work Force Santos. Since
Distributor Management Consultant 1978, Santos has
Comeaux Wellness Advisor Automa�c Data Processing been providing wonderful service
George Michael DeGeurin, Jr. - Frank Edward Tegel - Global Account and anticipating your needs
Criminal Defense A�orney Manager leaving you and your guests
Foreman, DeGeurin & Nugent The Lubrizol Corpora�on lacking nothing. We are proud to
have Santos on our team and look
Richard L. Fannin - Vice President, Paul J. Van Osselaer - A�orney forward to many more years to
Senior Wealth Planning Strategist Van Osselaer & Buchanan, LLP come.
Meet our Newest Members
G. Michael Wilson - President and CEO Congratulations Santos!
Thomas Feighny - A�orney EQUITAX Property Consultants, Ltd.
Steven S. Toeppich & Associates, PLLC
Mateo Zavale�a Fowler - A�orney
Bracewell & Guiliani, LP
Robert Gaude�e - Sr. Vice President/
Sherri Charrin - The HOUSTON Club
Chief Commercial Oﬃcer
welcomed Sherri Charrin and her husband, Pierre,
back as members last year after taking a hiatus to
Brian Harry - Head of Americas be involved with their children’s activities. They
Upstream Consul�ng are both native Houstonians and second-generation
Wood MacKenzie members who have celebrated family occasions and
DaSean Jones - Law Student holidays at the Club for almost 75 years.
Army Reservist Sherri’s professional background as a communications specialist has led
Terry Kernell - A�orney to work in law, insurance, real estate, and cause marketing. She holds a
Hoover Kernell LLP degree in Paralegal Science and Business Studies, and several professional
Teresia (Terri) King - Managing Partner licenses. Currently, she writes about Houston and puts together six regional
ACTION Gypsum Supply newcomer guides for Post Oak Publishing, Inc. Along with her reports about
Houston businesses, Chamber, neighborhoods, schools and the cultures
Sapna Kumar - Assistant Professor of that make up our diverse city, she is in charge of their Web site content
and online marketing. The Greater Houston Builders Association recently
University of Houston Law Center
recognized Charrin’s outstanding work with the Best Award for Associate
Steven McNew - Managing Director Internet Marketing Campaign.
Navigant Consul�ng Sherri is always interested in expanding her business base through
William Meznarich - Director consulting, and is particularly adept with the use of social media in marketing
Virtuoso Selec�ons and new applications in the legal ﬁeld. She is a member of the State Bar
Stephen Cur�s Morgan - Business of Texas, Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce, and several
Development other distinguished professional organizations. When she is not working,
TransTex Gas Services Sherri spends her time cooking, reading, playing with her rescued dogs, and
working on her Web site: www.charrin.com.
Ma�hew Stephen Muller - Owner
Each Wednesday, Sherri is at the Club attending the meeting of the
Ma�hew Muller PC
Kiwanis Club of Houston, where she serves as a director and recipient of
Trevor Glenn Pinkerton - A�orney their distinguished service award. Numerous fund raising projects have
Bracewell & Guiliani. LP reaped the beneﬁts of her innovative ideas and tireless efforts. Sherri has a
William “Bill” Rioux, III - Director deep commitment to the community and is proud of her Houston heritage.
Flex Discovery Solu�ons, Inc.
In Memoriam -
Mr. Michael Brown, Mr. Alfred Glassell, Mr. Jake Kamin, Mr. Alexander Waugh and Mrs. Frank Liddell
The HOUSTON Club FEBRUARY 2011 3
A Message from the Manager
We are already well into 2011 and starting the
year with many initiatives and a chockfull calendar.
We are continuing with the events you have come
to love at the Club, such as Dinner & a Movie,
Distinguished Speaker Series, and Wine Events
featuring our amazing Cellar Selections.
Additionally, we are adding unique events connecting us with our
city, such as the Frostbite Cigar Night hosted by the Houston Business
Journal, monthly breakfasts accompanied by live radio broadcasts
from Business Talk 650 Radio, fun Business Networking Socials
which in January featured the extraordinary bartenders from Anvil
Bar & Refuge.
On the horizon, we have our Golf Outing in March and our Club-hosted
Energy Summit in May, featuring an impressive lineup of speakers on
a wide array of subject matters. In our ongoing quest to increase the
Club’s relevancy, we have installed upgraded communication lines so
that we can now stream events, such as weddings to relatives who
cannot attend, support teleconferencing and provide live feeds for
business meetings and seminars. I also invite you to visit our website.
Alexander Porter Root House, at 1410 Clay Avenue occupied It has been transformed into a dynamic tool allowing you to pay your
a full block bounded by Clay Avenue, Austin Street, Bell bill, print receipts, download the calendar, make reservations and
Avenue, and LaBranch Street; built 1893-94; demolished read about upcoming events at your Club. These improvements in
1925. technology only support the real reason why people join a Club, and
that is to get together in an environment where you connect with fellow
In 1882, Alexander Porter Root, a Yale-educated banker Members, whether socially or for business.
who would join The Houston Club in 1895, purchased the In order to facilitate this purpose, we are ﬁnding more ways for you
property and former house that stood in the very same place to utilize the Club by starting Clubs-within-a- Club, such as our Book
(Stevens House) until 1893 when it was demolished, and a Club. In this Clubber you will ﬁnd an invite and instructions as to how
newer, fashionable late Victorian house took its place; the to get started. “Girls Just Wanna Have Funds” is another great new
A.P. Root House. group, initiated by our Member, Dianne Newman. As we have proudly
Typical of the public spirit which has always characterized announced Luz Botello’s promotion to Executive Chef (read more in
Houston Club members, the heirs of A.P. Root gave this our Vintner’s section of this Clubber), you will see a push to provide
block to the City of Houston as a Christmas present in great quality and value along with choices that ﬁt your lifestyle, such
1922. as organic items and the use of trans fat free oils, happy hours with
great everyday drink prices and complimentary food selections.
The HOUSTON Club and It’s City, “One Hundred Years”, Bottom-line: we want to see you more often in 2011 and strive for
Dorothy Knox Howe Houghton, 1994, pg. 11-12.
the Club to continue to enrich your professional and personal life.
Join us for The HOUSTON Club Golf Tournament
Sunday, March 13th
at Redstone Golf Club
Open to Men
$160+ per person and Women
- includes forecaddie
(gratuity not included), Tee Time starts at 12:30pm * 36 players max
greens fees & golf cart
We will do prizes for Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin!
For Reservations: Please call (713) 225-1661 or reserve online at www.houstonclub.org
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Catering at The HOUSTON Club
The HOUSTON Club presents THE ENERGY SUMMIT
in conjunction with HALLIBURTON: Meet our new Catering Manager
A�er Macondo & Moratorium on Deep Water Drilling: Terri Porche lives for great parties,
Next Steps socializing and creating the perfect event.
With over nine years in event planning, she
Date: Tuesday, May 11
looks forward to creating memorable events
Location: The HOUSTON Club – The Texas Room
here at The Houston Club.
Terri, originally from Mississippi, now resides in Sugar Land,
Registration: 8:30am – 9:00am
with her 5 year old son Jamison. She enjoys antique shopping,
Conference: 9:00am – 5:00pm
traveling, entertaining and spending time with family and
The HOUSTON Club Cocktail Reception: friends.
5:00pm – 7:00pm Terri’s goal is to increase the club’s revenue by networking,
strategic prospecting and marketing to Houston’s ﬁnest.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 11th to
participate in THE ENERGY SUMMIT brought to The HOUSTON Club is the perfect place to hold your next
you by The HOUSTON Club in conjunction with corporate meeting and we would like to reward you with the
HALLIBURTON. There will be notable Subject Matter following special offers.
Experts from across the oil / gas / energy spectrum, an
Exhibition Hall, one-on-one discussion opportunities CORPORATE CATERING
with our Presenters for exhibitors and sponsors, and a Introductory offer:
Networking Cocktail Reception. • Try The HOUSTON Club on us. Call today to receive
Exhibitor hours: 8:30am – 6:00pm a complimentary breakfast for 10 with complimentary
audio visual equipment. First time bookings only.
Ticket price: Early Bird tickets: $199 – available until • Book a second meeting with us and receive complimentary
April 30, 2011 AV, and 10% off food and beverage.
Presenters: * Offer expires March 31, 2011
• Neal Anderson: CEO, Wood Mackenzie, SAVE THE DATE!
“Unconventional Resource Plays”
The Houston Club’s Bridal Open House
• Gregory Kallenberg: Producer / Director, February 20, 2011 2pm- 5pm
“Haynesville” – Creation of a clean energy future
with a focus on natural gas, conservation and Join us for an exciting afternoon of Cocktails, Lite Bites, Houston’s
renewables ﬁnest Vendors, Make Up session with Platform Makeup Artist,
• Paul Bulmahn: ATP Oil & Gas - “Open Letter to Sotina of Simone and Blush, Bridal Fashion Show featuring bridal
the President: ‘Please issue a permit so we can go fashions from Parvani Vida Bridal Boutique, and door prizes.
back to work . . . ’” What better way to get a head start on this year’s bridal trends
than by attending The Houston Clubs Bridal Open House.
• Richard M. Blades: CPCU, Vice Chairman, RSVP by February 16, 2011 to email@example.com or 713-
J. Wortham & Son, L.P. - “Trends in Energy 229-2214
• Doug Hanson: Hewlett Packard “Marketing from a
Global Perspective” -
• Project Managers / Supply Chain Managers from
Enjoy this delicious cocktail this Valentine’s Day.
one or two of the following Deepwater projects:
• “Jack St. Malo”: Chevron and Mustang
Love Po�on #9
• “Mount Olympus”: Shell
2 oz Hennessy VS
• “The Hebron Project” – Exxon / Worley Parsons. 1 oz Grand Marnier
1 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Shake, strain and serve in a sugar rimmed
The HOUSTON Club FEBRUARY 2011 5
Scene at the Club
Christmas Eve Dinner
ABOVE LEFT: Member, James Putnam looking for some sweet
treats to serve his granddaughter.
ABOVE: Suzanne Ogle with family ge�ng ready for a splendid
Christmas Eve Buﬀet.
LEFT: John and Lucy MaWhinney enjoying the holiday evening’s
LEFT: Mr. Donald
Schmuck and wife,
some of the evenings
Club staﬀ assis�ng
him with this wine
Picture ID correction from January’s Clubber: A sincere apology goes out
to the S. Echevarrio family (inside bottom - page 7) for mis-identiﬁcation of
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Scene at the Club
New Years Eve Party
LEFT: (l to r)
Mark Haller, Anne
Melanie and Dale
and Frank Hinnant
ge�ng ready for a
ABOVE: A fantas�c setup for the
Casablanca Nights - New Years Eve Party.
ABOVE: (l to r) Bill and Carolyn Hanna, Sr., John and Tonya Anderson, along
ABOVE: Ma�hew Dickson and wife, with Bill and Debbi Hanna ge�ng ready for an evening of fun.
Jennifer dancing the night away.
LEFT: Bill and Stephanie Gilmore spend some �me
socializing with Mr. DeVault during the New Year’s Eve
ABOVE: (l to r) Bever’s guests, with Mr. & Mrs. Gary
Bevers enjoying the NYE dinner.
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Featured Reciprocal Clubs
Colorado Springs - El Paso Club: Located at “the foot of Pikes the Mount Stephen Club have turned this home into a
Peak” in the center of the ﬁnancial district, the El Paso Club is privileged place for business meetings and private gatherings
one of Colorado Springs landmark buildings. or quite simply, reﬁned meals in a quiet and private setting.
The club is Today, the Club is renowned for its reputation and
within walking impeccable service; it offers one of the best foods in the city.
distance of This landmark is open to the public on weekends.
and a short Orlando - University Club of Orlando: Located in
drive from the downtown Orlando, the Club offers a host of services and
internationally amenities – including both formal and informal dining options
f a m o u s for Members and guests, networking and business programs
Broadmoor and events, accommodating meeting rooms, and top-quality
Hotel Resort. ﬁtness facilities.
It is also As Orlando has
conveniently grown in size and
located near the United States Air Force Academy, United sophistication,
States Olympic Committee complex as well as the joint Army/ The University
Air Force Space Command. Club has evolved
El Paso Club was the prime meeting place for the many newly from an informal
made millionaires who spent money lavishly and entertained social group
in a manner similar to the very high society of London. El to the city’s
Paso Club earlier day social functions were one of the factors premier private
that contributed to the Colorado Springs’ nickname of “Little club. Founded
London.” by a group of “university men” and other community
With the passing of the fabulous old timers whose antics and members, the Club was granted its ﬁrst charter in December
deeds are now recorded in the El Paso Club history, the club has 1926 and opened its doors in downtown Orlando.
taken on a different image and has gradually transformed into The Club maintains a strong presence in Orlando, thanks to
the elegant, much-envied downtown club of Colorado Springs. a Membership that includes a wide range of Central Floridians
who share common philosophies and interests.
Montreal Canada, Quebec Mount Stephen Club: In 2006, the
Mount Stephen Club celebrated its 80th anniversary. Founded
Tokyo American Club: has been fostering a sense of
by a group of Montreal businessmen, the Club started in 1926
community among its Members and their families since it was
on the estate of George Stephen, co-founder and ﬁrst President
established in 1928. With more than 3,500 Members from
of the Canadian Paciﬁc Railway. The house, built between 1880
50-plus nations, the Club offers a diverse range of cultural,
and 1883, is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, in an
business and recreational activities and amenities in the heart
area known as the Golden Square Mile, once the wealthiest
residential neighborhood in Canada. It is one of the last intact
Whether forging new friendships, exploring the culture,
mansions of the area and one of most beautiful examples of
enjoying a superb meal or seeking a calm respite from
the bustling city, the Club provides rich experiences for
well as the ﬁne
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Breakfast TALK650 Radio at The HOUSTON Club
The debut broadcast of Breakfast with TALK650 Radio was College Money Guys sponsored the show along with Knapp
a smashing success! Chef Luz greeted about 75 attendees Chevrolet. Grab your friends and colleagues and join us
and participants with a hot breakfast buffet and made-to- again February 11th as we bring live radio back down town
order omelets. Radio guys Brent Clanton, Steven Kay and for a second time . . . you don’t want to miss this!
Scott Arthur hosted our very own Brannon Lloyd, Jr. as The
“Just wanted you to know the radio show was If you missed the ﬁrst
outstanding this morning! I really enjoyed it and intend
Breakfast TALK650 Radio show
to try to a�end many of them during the year. The
se�ng was wonderful and cozy for a cold morning. I from The HOUSTON Club,
really liked being in the three smaller rooms, but moving join us on February 11th for the
the tables in the same room with the announcers was second broadcast,
the �cket! The conversa�on of the show was great and
your staﬀ always provides excep�onal service.”
live from the Members Lounge.
Thanks for reviving this unique ac�vity.
Richard L. Fannin, Vice President Complimentary breakfast
Senior Wealth Planning Strategist
from 6:30 - 9:30am
Show starts at 7:00am
Welcoming Committee Search - we are looking for
members to join our new Welcoming Committee who
specialize in the Oil & Gas and Legal sectors. Members To reserve your seat,
who are interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org please call (713) 225-1661 or
for more information. reserve online.
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MARCH - Save the Date!
Cancellation Policy: Reservation cancellations must be made at least 48 hours prior to all events,
otherwise the full charge will be incurred.
Wednesday, March 2nd
e Houston Club
5:30 - 7:00pm, $35++ Members Social
Explore wines from our Cellar!
Tuesday, February 15th
5:30 - 7:00pm
Wednesday, March 2nd New members to the Club, please attend and
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER network with fellow members and have a drink
SERIES with Dr. Sloan with the Club’s Manager.
12:00 - 1:30pm, $30++ Complimentary Beer & Wine, accompanied with
Generously underwritten by iFrog Solutions.
Tuesday, March 8th
GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUNDS
5:30 - 7:00pm The HOUSTON Club
Learn about personal ﬁnance and
investment basics while enjoying girl-�me Dinner & a Movie
Sunday, March 13th
“CHARLIE WILSON’S WAR”
THE HOUSTON CLUB
Tee Time starts at 12:30pm
Tuesday, March 15th
5:30 - 7:00pm
Enjoy complimentary Beer & Wine
accompanied with hors d’oeuvres
Thursday, March 31st Wednesday, February 16th
5:30 - 7:00pm 5:30 - 8:30pm | $30++
For Reservations: Please call (713) 225-1661 or
BUSINESS NETWORKING reserve online at www.houstonclub.org
SOCIAL Our deep appreciation goes out to iFrog
Solutions and College Financial Advisor’s
for their gracious support of this event.
LADIES WINE SOCIAL
YP GAME NIGHT “Club within a Club”�
The HOUSTON Club is looking for people who would be interested
(complimentary) in starting a “Book Club”. If you or someone you know would be
interested, please contact Hanna Doyle at (713) 229-2207 or email
her at email@example.com.
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Happy New Year, 2011 is already through various hospitality trade websites. The postings resulted
Cellar Notes off to a fast pace with great events
hosted by the Wine Committee.
in well over 100 applicants that were interested in interviewing
for the position. Nadia Elouﬁr with her expertise and using her
January began with an outstanding industry contacts helped the committee narrow down the applicant
Burgundy tasting with a selection pool to the top six candidates. The candidates were interviewed
of well aged wines from our cellar by her and then scheduled to prepare a sample menu for the
and we ended the month with an incredible seven course dinner committee to taste and evaluate. All the candidates prepared the
and scotch pairing in tribute to Robert Burns. I would like to same menu and part of the challenge included an extra course
thank Wine Committee member Ted Hirtz for his tireless efforts in which the candidate prepared their signature dish for the
in making the Burns dinner the overwhelming success it always committee. Throughout the process we sampled the cuisine from
is every year. some very talented candidates but the resounding conclusion the
Coming up this month we have another great wine tasting, committee came to was none of the chefs were as talented or a
featuring California wines from the cellar all representing the better ﬁt for the Club then our Sous Chef Luz Botello.
wonderful 2007 vintage year. The ’07 vintage was tremendous It is with great pride that I am pleased to announce that the
across the board and we have some incredible wines to share with new Executive Chef for the Houston Club is Luz Botello. This
our members. Also, in February we are celebrating Valentine’s promotion of Luz is the result of his talent and unwavering
Day with a romantic dinner on the Friday, February 11. This commitment to the members of our Club. It is the culmination
dinner is being organized by committee member Gerard Vacca and of a career that has spanned 33 years of service to The Houston
the format and food will be a real change of pace from Valentines’ Club. I would like to thank my fellow committee members Stacy
events of the past. Please join us with your special date for a Owen, John Devault, John McNeely, Roxanne Pirooz, Charlie
seductive evening of ﬁne wine, gourmet food and cool jazz. Henke and Nadia Elouﬁr for all of their hard work throughout
Apart from the incredible wine supplied from our cellar the this process.
other component making these events truly spectacular is the Please help me in congratulating Luz on his promotion and on
Club’s food. Recently, I had the honor of serving as chairman a job well done. Cheers!
of the search committee to hire the Club’s Executive Chef. The - Jimmy Moore, Chairman
committee began its work last October with several job postings Houston Club Wine Committee
Join us at The Houston Club for the
Queen of Hearts Dinner
Friday, February 11th
6:00 - 10:00pm
$65++ per person
~ Featured Menu ~
Stuffed Artichokes, Traditional Caesar Salad, Carved Whole Roasted Fish,
Chateaubriand with a Shallot Demi-Glace, Seasonal Vegetables,
and for dessert Cherries Jubilee Flambe...
each paired with great wines from our cellar
Seating will be in a romantic atmosphere of candlelit small tables
as native Texan jazz singer, Nancy Sofka, warms the mood of the
room with her jazz music.
Please join us for a festive night of fine food, wine, and conviviality.
For Reservations, please call (713) 225-1661 or reserve online.
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The HOUSTON Club
Houston, Texas 77002
1 2 3 4 5
Wine Tasting - Committee
California 2007 Meeting
6 7 Wine Committee 8 9 10 11 12
The “BIG Game” Girls Just Want to TALK650 Radio
Party Have Funds
Queen of Hearts
Ladies Texas Dinner
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Membership Dinner & a Movie
Committee Mtg. Night - “Charlie
Members Social Wilson’s War”
20 21 22 23 Board Mtg. 24 25 26
Bridal Open Finance Business
House Committee Mtg. Networking Social
Ladies Wine Social
Presidents Day YP Game Night