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March Newsletter

This contains all information of March events and new members. To view, click here: NEWSLETTER 

2014/15 Event Calendar:

For a preview, click here: EVENT CALENDAR

Mission-Vision Statements:

To view Mission-Vision Statements, click here: MISSION-VISION

Membership Ambassador Program Launched:

The purpose of this program is to actively engage the existing membership and to assist new members with integration into the club. Mr. Jeffrey Finder has accepted the Board's invitation to serve as our first ambassabor, and we hope to enlist 12 more ambassadors from our membership.

To view IMCA 2012/2014 President's Annual Report, click here: PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT

IMCA Nature Club Excursion to the Billie Swamp Safari Tour, January 2015. Click here to see a full report.

Activities

IMCA activities are exceptionally varied and most are open to Members spouses or other guests. They fall in the following three categories, each one under the active direction of a responsible IMCA Board Member:

Monthly Luncheon: Every month except July & August, IMCA holds a lunch featuring a distinguished guest speaker with recognized expertise in a timely topic of national or international importance.

 

Special Events: This category includes a variety of social, cultural and educational activities, with one event generally occurring each month.
 
Dining Programs: The Dining Out program involves small groups of Members and their spouses or guests meeting at the home of a Member for cocktails and appetizers followed by a Dutch treat dinner held at a restaurant chosen by the Host.
 
Cocktails & Conversations: These events, held twice a season, are open to larger groups of Members, spouses and guests at a members home for Cocktails and Hors-d'Oeuvres. Wine and substantial snacks are included in the charge to cover the cost of the event.
 
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IMCA, Inc. is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of its use. See full disclaimer on 'About Us' page.

 

Welcome to the IMCA website

    We are delighted you have chosen to find the latest information about the IMCA online. We were founded in Naples in 1993 with the goal of fostering a better understanding and friendships among the men of this community. The Club was an immediate success and now numbers 181 members. The IMCA is actively involved in social and cultural events, and current national and international affairs. We are not affiliated with any political, religious or educational group and take great pride in the international diversity of our membership. We are a Not for Profit Organization.

Our home is at the Vineyards Country Club, 400 Vineyards Boulevard, Naples, Florida 34119. All of our Luncheons and Dances are held at this location. MAP Mailing address: IMCA, Inc., P.O. Box 770034, Naples, FL 34107. Email: imcacentral@gmail.com

 

2014 - 2015  E v e n t  S c h e d u l e


March 4 (Wednesday). Stammtisch (Round Table) at the Old Europe Bistro, www.oldeuropebistro.com from 6.00p.m. to 9.00p.m. Stammtisch meets every first Wednesday of the month. Dress smart casual. For more details, reservations/directions, contact Alexander Neumann at NeumannBerlin@outlook.com  His phone number is 352-1001

For more information, click here: MARCH STAMMTISCH


March 9 (Monday), Monthly Luncheon at Vineyards Country Club. The Guest Speaker is Mr. Douglas MacKinnon, Author, Columnist, Political Commentator, giving a presentation on "China's Military Space Program - A Threat to the U.S.?"

For more information, click here: MARCH LUNCHEON


March 16 (Monday), Book Club continues its season of readings and discussion at Vineyards Country Club, 10a.m. to 12.15p.m.

Please contact Frank Murphy at murphyfh@aol.com for more details. For more information, click here: March Book Club

 

March 17 (Tuesday), Tuesday Club. Members getting together to discuss important current and international issues. No advance preparation necessary, just bring your issues, concerns, questions and an open mind, and willingness to contribute to the discussions. A discussion leader will ensure that everyone has a chance to participate.  Held at Vineyards C.C. from 10a.m. - 12 noon, with optional lunch. Please contact Karl Wyss at kwyss@comcast.net for more details. For more information, click here: March Tuesday Club


March 18 (Wednesday), IMCA Nature Club excursion to the Naples Conservancy www.conservancy.org

Please contact Gerry Swart at guswart@comcast.net or telephone 262-5007 for more details.
For more information, click here: March Nature Club 

 

March 23 (Monday). Spring Cocktails & Conversation at Glen Eagle Country Club. Members, spouses and guests are invited for a social get-together at 6p.m.

For more informaion, click here: March Spring C&C 

 

 

March 25 (Wednesday). New Members Reception at the Vineyards Country Club. More details to follow.

 

March 31 (Tuesday). NATURE  CLUB EXCURSION to the THREE SUNS RANCH www.threesunsranch.com Come join us for a relaxing and educational tour of a working ranch.

Please contact Gerry Swart at guswart@comcast.net or telephone 262-5007 for more details. For more information, click here: THREE SUNS RANCH


April 1 (Wednesday). Stammtisch (Round Table) at the Old Europe Bistro, www.oldeuropebistro.com from 6.00p.m. to 9.00p.m. Stammtisch meets every first Wednesday of the month. Dress smart casual. For more details, reservations/directions, contact Alexander Neumann at NeumannBerlin@outlook.com  His phone number is 352-1001.

 

April 9 (Thursday). Third Dine-Out. This program gives you the opportunity to share cocktails and dinner with a small group of members and their guests. 

For more information, contact Wayne Haupert at coral42@comcast.net


April 13 (Monday), Monthly Luncheon at Vineyards Country Club. The Guest Speaker is Mr. Bruce A. Beardsley, Foreign Service Office with the U.S. Sate Department giving a presentation on "A Modern U.S. State Department Embassy: Role, Staffing Functions, Crisis/Conflict Management".

For more information, click here: APRIL LUNCHEON


April 20 (Monday), Book Club continues its season of readings and discussion at Vineyards Country Club, 10a.m. to 12.15p.m.

Please contact Frank Murphy at murphyfh@aol.com for more details. 

 

April 21 (Tuesday), Tuesday Club. Members getting together to discuss important current and international issues. No advance preparation necessary, just bring your issues, concerns, questions and an open mind, and willingness to contribute to the discussions. A discussion leader will ensure that everyone has a chance to participate.  Held at Vineyards C.C. from 10a.m. - 12 noon, with optional lunch. Please contact Karl Wyss at kwyss@comcast.net for more details. 

 

Conclusion of the 2014/15 Events