Saturday, November 21, 2009

Holiday Party 2009


The Twenty Club Holiday Party will be held on Saturday, Dec 12. We
will open to setup for the meal at 12 noon and we plan to serve at
about 1 pm. This is the regular meeting date, but the party will be
our only agenda. This is a great time and a wonderful
opportunity to see people we haven't seen in a while. Please consider
coming.

The meal is structured as usual. We provide the Turkey, gravy and
stuffing along with plates, etc. Everyone else contributes by
bringing something to share. This works best if everyone brings
something different. We ask that you RSVP for this. Use the club email address: twentyclub@gmail.com. Please include your name and any guest you might bring and the dish(s) you will contribute. If you decide to come at the last
minute please do! Just bring something! Suggestions: Potato dish, vegetable dish, salad of some sort, desert (always popular.) Please bring your own drinks if you
want something other than coffee.

See you there!
The Twenty Club is a support group run by and for the transsexual community. Historically, The Twenty Club has close ties with the Gender Identity Clinic of New England, Inc., but the organizations are separate. Our Purpose is to provide knowledgeable information and ongoing peer support to transsexuals though the many stages of their transition as well as information about the Gender Identity Clinic of New England, Inc and alternatives. Friends and relatives are encouraged to attend in the hope of gaining a greater understanding and acceptance of their loved one's gender dysphoria. The Twenty Club is non-profit and non-sexual. We are not a religious organization and have no affiliation with any religious denomination. We hold no prejudice against any other group of people

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