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USA Melting Pot December Meeting
The USA Melting Pot club will hold its eighth meeting at the Troy Public Library Monday, December 17, 2012, from 7-9 p.m.
Dr. Vicente Sanchez, Consul of Mexico in Detroit, will speak on Mexico’s culture, food, geography, tourism among other topics.
Come learn about Mexico (our neighbor to the south) and its friendly people.
The new USA Melting Pot club is unique in building and crossing bridges between ethnic groups, which already have their own individual clubs. In the past, we’ve had meetings on Chinese culture and bicycle touring, India’s culture and canoeing, Korean culture and camping, German culture, Brazilian culture and held a potluck picnic at the Troy Historic Village.
- To help newcomers assimilate into the USA and mingle with all ethnic groups
- To celebrate ethnic background & cultural identity, including American culture
- To provide a forum for conversational English
- To encourage face to face dialogue in our increasingly technology-dependent world
For more information, visit our club website for posts of the Germany, India and other past presentations. Check back often as new information and more past presentations are added.
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