Author: morris

  • Entering a Building is Not Equivalent to Entering a Country

    A TCC member, while living in Rome, said he had visited the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM) and wondered if that could count as a TCC country. It cannot − and the rationale goes back to the 70s when some U.S.TCC members were trying to get credit for having visited Albania at the time…

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  • Program Announced for September International Meeting in Spain

    The UK Chapter is hosting the international meeting in Granada, Spain, September 16-18. Area Coordinator Donna Marsh has already sent the invitation, with details on the program, hotels, excursion possibilities, etc., to the TCC UK and Ireland members. Other TCC members may contact her at donna_marsh@hotmail.com for the details. But reservation requests should be sent to TCC Headquarters. The meeting will take…

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  • Kim-Kay Randt Steps Up as New Texas Area Coordinator

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    Kim-Kay Randt has stepped up to the plate to take over the position of Area Coordinator for the Texas Chapter. She plans a luncheon meeting on a Saturday in mid-to-late June in the Galleria area of Houston. Date depends on members’ schedules and the featured speaker. The suggested subject will be “Travel tips to reach the most difficult location/country.” Interested speakers should contact her at 713-665-7499,…

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  • A Message From the President

    All travelers have favorite destinations that they revisit time and again. One of my favorites is the Mayan areas of Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Belize. In the 1970s I visited Chichen Itza and Tikal, two spectacular sites with towering temple-pyramids. My wife and I took another trip there in the ’90s. Since my…

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  • A Message From the Chairman

    After a recent slowdown in travel due to the political situation in North Africa and the Middle East, as well as tsunami-affected destinations, we wish to remind you that it is all right to visit Japan. On April 14, the Department of State eased its travel alert to Japan. Our March luncheon featured slides of…

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  • Photos From the April 2011 Miami-Area Spring Social

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  • Seventh Meeting of Arkansas TCC Members

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    For the seventh meeting of the Arkansas TCC Chapter on April 9, 2011, 13 members and guests met for lunch at Capers Restaurant in Little Rock, arranged by Judith and William Henderson-Cleland. Copies of the history of our Arkansas group, as presented in our last program, “All About Us,” were distributed. “Tell Us Why,” the…

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  • Missouri Chapter Plans Presentation on Eastern Europe and the Baltics

    The next meeting of the Kansas City Chapter will be Friday, June 24, at the Trezo Mare Restaurant, reports Steve Fuller, Area Coordinator. Charles Merkel, from St. Louis, will present a program on his recent travels to Eastern Europe and the Baltics. Future meetings are scheduled for September 23 and December 2. At the March…

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  • Major Milestone for Past TCC Treasurer Bart M. Hackley, Jr.

    At the March TCC luncheon in Irvine, California, TCC President Ron Endeman presented TCC Past Treasurer Bart M. Hackley, Jr., with the Special Award (a globe) for finalizing visits to all 320 the TCC countries. His last countries were Cabinda, Tristan de Cunha and St. Helena, where he ran a marathon.

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  • Retired Foreign Service Officer to Host June New England Gathering

    Springfield, MA, will be the location for the summer New England gathering on June 26, reports Dave Santulli, Area Coordinator. Anush Dawidjan will host the gathering at her home at the Classical High Condos, a historic building, built in 1897 in downtown Springfield. She is a retired Foreign Service Officer and will discuss her various…

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