December Luncheon Meeting
December 6, 2017
Alta Sierra Country Club
Luncheon Meeting at 11:30 am
Cost: $25.00 per person
December Program: Richard Altenbach
Richard Altenbach, formerly 1st Violinist of the Los Angeles Chamber, LA Opera, Joffrey Ballet, and Houston Symphony Orchestras, and currently first chair for the InConcert Sierra Orchestra and the Auburn symphony, is preparing a beautiful musical program with three or four other musicians. He is composing one of the works especially for us. Richard has performed live on the Academy Awards (including 2014) and The Tonight Show, and has collaborated with Frank Sinatra, YoYo Ma, Barbra Streisand, Mannheim Steamroller and Puff Daddy among many others. We are fortunate that he is bringing this program to Newcomers. Join your friends and get into the holiday spirit!
Table Reservation Policy for the December Luncheon
If you wish to make a single reservation, submit your check made out to Newcomers Club and write your luncheon choice on the bottom of your check. You will be welcomed by our reservations team at the luncheon and given a seat that has been pre-assigned to you.
You may create a group from two to eight people for this event – maximum of eight per table. For reservations with fewer than eight, your table will be completed with other members.
There are two ways to make table reservations for your group:
1) The Head Person for your group collects all the checks (made out to Newcomers Club in the correct amount) and lists what each person wants for lunch either on the lower left hand corner of each check or on a group list. Mail the checks together as directed above.
2) The Head Person for your group may write one check for everyone in the group and provide a list of attendees along with each of their lunch requests.
Please ensure that each person’s meal choice is noted on the checks or on your list of tablemates.
Note: All attendees will have assigned seating.
Only ONE (1) Guest per member
Note: If someone must cancel from a reserved table prior to the cancellation date, the Head Person will need to advise the Reservation Chair for December. Her information can be found in your Newsletter. After the cancellation date, there will not be a refund, and any substitute will have to take the “originally” ordered lunch choice.
December Luncheon Menu
Citrus Baked Salmon with a lemon caper cream sauce served with herbed mixed potatoes
Tri-Tip London Broil marinated, charbroiled and roasted with a mushroom Bordelaise sauce served with herbed mixed potatoes
Cheese Stuffed Tortellini with slivered peppers, butternut squash and a pumpkin cream sauce
All entrées include cream of mushroom soup, bread and butter, coffee and tea
Chocolate Walnut Tartlets with Chantilly whipped cream for dessert
To make Reservations for December 6, please make your check payable to NEWCOMERS CLUB in the amount of $25 and mail it with your reservation instructions to the Reservation person for December. You’ll find her information in your newsletter.
Checks must be received by Monday, November 20. Cancellations will be accepted before 5:00 pm on Tuesday, November 21. Please write Dec-Salmon, Dec- Beef or Dec-Veg on the bottom of the check, or on a list of attendees if you are a Head Person. After Tuesday, November 21, to see if there has been a cancellation or to have your name added to the waiting list, call the Reservation person for October. You’ll find her information in your newsletter.
January Luncheon Meeting
January 24, 2018
Alta Sierra Country Club
Luncheon Meeting at 11:30 am
Cost: $23.00 per person
January Program: Supplemental and Alternative Medicine
Attended by medical physicians, therapists and others, the California College of Ayurveda provides training and information on pain relief beyond prescription drugs. Much of mainstream medicine already incorporates alternative practices such as acupuncture and chiropractic into its treatment protocols.
Ayurveda representatives Amanda Parish and Tiffany Rousseau-Robinson will provide information on some of the alternatives available to assist in relieving pain like that which occurs from Lyme disease. This should be an interesting departure from the more formal medical presentations we’ve had in the past.
January Luncheon Menu
Meat Loaf Tournedos – meatloaf medallions wrapped in bacon and served with a bourbon peppercorn demi-glace and rice pilaf
Panko Crusted Chicken Parmesan with provolone and Parmesan cheese, served with house marinara, rice pilaf and fresh garlic bread
Portabella Eggplant Napoleons stacked with fresh Parmesan, tomatoes and basil, topped with marinara and Alfredo sauces and served with a creamy herbed risotto
All entrées will include Navy Bean soup, bread and butter, coffee and tea
Tuxedo Cake, a chocolate sponge cake with cocoa buttermilk and whipped cream frosting, for dessert
To make reservations for January 24, 2018, please make your check payable to NEWCOMERS CLUB in the amount of $23.00, and drop in the Check Box at the December Luncheon, or mail your $23.00 check to the Reservation Chair for January. Her information can be found in your Newsletter.
Checks must be received by Monday, January 15, 2018. Cancellations will be accepted before 5:00 pm on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Please write Jan-Beef or Jan-Chicken or Jan-Veg on the bottom of your check. After Tuesday, January 16, 2018, to see if there has been a cancellation or to have your name added to the waiting list, contact the Reservation Chair for January. Her information can be found in your Newsletter.
Seating at Regular Luncheons
Among the many benefits of belonging to the Newcomers Club is our monthly luncheon where you have the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful program and visit with your friends and acquaintances. However, if you arrive with a group of friends close to the time when lunch is served (11:30 am), it makes it very difficult for the Greeters to find you adjacent seats. Therefore, if two, three, or four of you wish to be seated together, please try to arrive earlier rather than later.
The luncheon raffles are an important part of the Newcomers Club budget. They support all of our activities.There are four to five prizes raffled at each luncheon. Tickets are $1 each, or $5 for six tickets, or $10 for fifteen.
Thank you to all the members who support our organization by buying raffle tickets.