The Rockville, Gaithersburg and Germantown Chapters
Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
cordially invite you to its
Monthly Business Leaders Luncheon
"A Vision For a 21st-Century Rockville"
Speaker: The Honorable Susan R. Hoffmann, Mayor, City of Rockville, MD.
About the Speaker: Ms. Susan Hoffmann is the newly elected Mayor of the City of Rockville. She served three terms in the Rockville City Council starting in 2001.
During her tenure on the Mayor and Council, she was a strong advocate of cultural arts. She also aggressively urged the City to adopt regulations that would require the undergrounding of utility wires and equipment.
Since August 1995, Mayor Hoffmann has been the manager of marketing and communications in the Silver Spring Regional Services Center. In December 1986, she joined Montgomery County as a legislative analyst in its Office of Intergovernmental Relations.
Ms. Hoffmann9s past experience includes tenures as a Congressional Aide to two members of the U.S. House of Representatives; a public affairs assistant to the 1980 White House Conference on Families; and a feature writer with Bucks County Courier/Doylestown Intelligencer (a suburban Philadelphia daily).
Ms. Hoffmann holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Temple University and has done post-graduate work in Basic Economic Development through the University of Maryland9s University College.
Co-sponsors: We gratefuly acknowledge the generous sponsorship of Citibank, FSB and Adventist HealthCare, Inc.
Special Guests: Ms. Sally Sternbach, Executive Director, Rockville Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) and Mr. Scott Ullery, Rockville City Manager.
When: Wednesday, January 2, 2008
Time: 11:30 AM – 01:15 PM (or for some until 2:30 PM)
Where: La Tasca - Spanish Tapas Bar & Restaurant, 141 Gibbs Street, Suite 305, The Row at Rockville Town Square, Rockville, MD 20850.
There will be an unlimited, all-you-can-eat, Tapas Menu starting at noon. It will continue until 2:30 PM for those who enjoy talking, eating and drinking over an extended period of time.
Admission: $20 for Members and $25 for non-members.
The Story of Tapas: Tapa means "lid"or "cover" in Spanish. The origins of the modern day tapas are not truly known, but here is one explanation that we like: At day9s end, farmers and labourers would often go to the local "Tascas" (Spanish pubs) for a well-earned drink, on top of which they would find a slice of bread to protect it. Little by little the inkeeper would place things on top of the bread, such as cured meats and sausages as an accompanying snack. This edible "lid" was the start of those tantalizing appetizers known today as tapas.
Info: For more information please contact Ken Weiss at 301-219-3098 or Jorge Ribas at 301-404-1946.Read more »
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