On the Radar

Churchill and America

"A Love Story"

Speaker: Bill Fisher

Saturday September 30, 2017

11:30 Social 12:15 Luncheon

(Churchill Addresses US Congress, December 1941)

Winston Churchill was half-American.  His mother, Jennie Jerome, was the daughter of a Wall Street wheeler-dealer whose ancestors fought for George Washington in the American Revolution.  Churchill always said there was Iroquois blood in his veins.

This program goes through Churchill’s eight-decade love affair with the United States.  It had all of the phases of a love affair: infatuation, love, romance, respect, conflict, and disappointment.

We hope you will learn some new facts, and certainly recall some old memories of this great man.

The price for this luncheon and lecture is $25 pp for members in advance, $30 non-members, additional $5 at the door. Lunch will include New York style sandwiches filled with ham, turkey, roast beef, provolone, lettuce, tomato and dijonaise on rustic ciabatta.  Also included are: Casear salad, BLT pasta salad, potato chip, assorted baked cookies.  Coffee, tea, and ice tea are included.

Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages will be available from a cash bar.

Reservations required. Please RSVP to Maria Richmond:


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Checks should be sent in advance to:

Winston Churchill Society of Georgia

 c/o Maria Richmond 1342 Wyntercreek Lane

Dunwoody, GA 30338.

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