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Welcome to the Harvard Club
of Southern Arizona!

If you live (or winter) in Southern Arizona please consider joining the HCSAZ,
which is part of the Worldwide Harvard Club structure.

Our members include a broad range of alumni and alumnae from Harvard/Radcliffe College
and graduate schools as well as those who studied at any Harvard program.

 



 
Our Book Club meets on
the first Monday of
each month.


For details contact:
George Timson 


(gtimson@q.com)

 

Our Next Book is Pied Piper  by Nevil Shute 

We will Discuss on March 5, 2018

It is the summer of 1940 and in Europe the time of Blitzkrieg. John Howard, a 70-year-old Englishman vacationing in France, cuts shorts his tour and heads for home. He agrees to take two children with him.

But war closes in. Trains fail, roads clog with refugees. And if things were not difficult enough, other children join in Howard's little band. At last they reach the coast and find not deliverance but desperation. The old Englishman's greatest test lies ahead of him.

"Extraordinary and gripping...a literary bull's eye." (The Philadelphia Record)

For details contact:

George Timson  
(gtimson@q.com)

 

 


HCSAZ.ORG

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TSO

 March 2nd & 3rd
2018

 

The Harvard Club invites you to a lunch, lecture,
and Tucson Symphony Orchestra performance with
Music Director José Luis
 Gomez

Arizona Inn Lunch:zFriday, March 2 at 12pm 
(located at 2200 E. Elm St., Tucson, AZ, 85719)

About the lunch: Hear Maestro Gomez speak about the journey that led him to the TSO and his vision for moving the TSO forward. Maestro Gomez will also share musical excerpts and talk about the following day’s performance so attendees learn about the music prior to hearing the show.

TSO Performance - Saturday, March 3 at 2pm
Performance at Catalina Foothills High School located at
4300 E. Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ, 85718

About the performance:
Schubert: Symphony No. 2 | Brahms: Symphony No. 2

Welcome to the spring! Schubert mixes his melodic freshness and lyricism with the rhythmic energy of Beethoven and the classical elegance of Mozart; while Brahms soaks up the atmosphere of the picturesque village where he was vacationing in the summer of 1877.

Contact Paul Kaestle to RSVP for lunch at 917-748-8735 or p.kaestle@icloud.com

Contact Josh Cohen to get your TSO tickets at 520-620-9159 or joshuacohen@tucsonsymphony.org

 

 


March 15, 2018

 

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR MARCH 15, 2018

The University of Arizona Telemedicine Program will
be joining us for Lunch.

Telemedicine is the use of telecommunications technology to provide health care services to patients who are geographically separated from a physician or other health care providers.

According to this definition, telemedicine has been used in Arizona since the first consultation over a telephone. Interest in using telemedicine to solve a number of problems in health care delivery has been growing worldwide in recent years

DETAILS TO FOLLOW SOON.