The Abruzzo Molise Heritage Society (AMHS): January 31

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The Abruzzo Molise Heritage Society (AMHS) is pleased to announce our next general Society meeting program for Sunday, January 31, 2016, in Casa Italiana (595 ½ 3rd Street NW, Washington DC) at 1:00 pm.

Please join AMHS for lunch and a presentation by geologist, Barry Centini, Ph.D., who will talk about the many ways that the geology of Italy has affected its history. We will learn about the impact volcanoes such as Mount Etna and Mount Vesuvius have had on surrounding areas—a timely topic in view of the recent massive eruption of Mount Etna, the fiery yet snow-capped volcano in Sicily which is the largest and most active volcano in Europe.

MENU: Specially prepared by AMHS member Rocco Canaglia: pasta e fagioli, chicken with roasted potatoes, salad, bread, and dessert. Beverages are included.

COST: $20.00 for AMHS members; $25.00 for non-members No payments at the door. Paid reservation must be received by Peter Bell, AMHS Treasurer, no later than January 27 (328 8th Street NE, Washington, DC 20002). You can also pay online (Master Card and Visa) at:!event/2016/1/31/january-31-2016-amhs-general-society-meeting

If there are any questions about the program, call Maria D'Andrea, (703) 998-6097; for questions about the lunch and reservations, call Lynn Sorbara, (301) 926-7792

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