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Saturday - May 16, 2015 - Mothers day Dinner - 6:30 pm

 
 

 

Welcome to the German American Society -
Spokane Website

  The latest society news can be found by clicking here.

Parking at Subway Parking Lot -  Only park in the east half of the lot!

Membership dues for 2015 are due. Please send your check of $75
per person to the club at 25 W. 3rd Ave, Spokane, WA, 99201. You can make arrangements
with the president to pay half now and the other half later.

Saturday - May 16, 2015 - Mothers day Dinner - 6:30 pm - This is our Mothers Day Celebration! Felizitas Martin will be your hostess and Renate Cross will be preparing a delicious ham with Schinkennudeln, vegetables, a salad and dessert. Norm Seeberger will be playing for your dancing and listening pleasure. For reservations, please send an e-mail to reservations @ germanamericansociety-spokane.org (no spaces) and please let us know how many in your party will be attending. Alcohol will only be served to members and their invited guests.

Friday thru Sunday - May 29, 30, 31 - Rest Stop Project - We will be staffing the Sprague Lake Rest Stop (eastbound) on May 29th, 30th, 31st. To get ready for this, we will need quite a bit of homemade or store bought cookies/goodies. On Thursday the 28th these goodies need to be dropped off and need to be packed. If you have questions or would like to help staff the booth and/or help us bag the goodies, you can send an e-mail to Cordula at president @ germanamericansociety-spokane.org or call 509-319-8235.


 

The purpose of this society is to offer hospitality to all peoples of German extraction by joining closely in the traditions of the homeland; to cultivate the German language, to sing German songs, and to enjoy humor, poetry, drama, music, and dance in the tradition of German Gemuetlichkeit.

The German American Society of Spokane, Washington is located at 25 W. 3rd Ave. Follow this link for more information and a map.

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Monthly newsletters can be found by clicking here. If you are a member and would like a username and password to access this area, please send a message to webmaster@germanamericansociety-spokane.org.


Cooks Needed - We still need some volunteers for our monthly dinners… we need cooks, hostesses and servers. Our club runs off volunteer support. Please, even if you just volunteer for ONE event, you’ll be a big help. Send an e-mail to
help@germanamericansociety-spokane.org if you're interested.
 

The Concordia Choir has their own web page. You can find it by clicking here.

We've created a new page where we will post photos of some of our events. Click here to view this page.


The society could always use help setting up for dinners by setting up tables and clearing tables, or serving, cleaning, and certain kinds of maintenance. Please call the hall at 747-0004 if you are interested or you can send an e-mail to help@germanamericansociety-spokane.org.
 
Check out the Pioneer Day web page by clicking here.
 


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"Few people have blended so completely into the multicultural tapestry of American society and yet have made such singular economic, political, social, scientific, and cultural contributions to the growth and success of these United States as have Americans of German extraction. - President Ronald Reagan, 1987