The http://theblindclub.com/ellen-the-escapades/ American International Club of Buy Tastylia 20 mg Nerja (AICN) has rapidly grown from 38 members to 100+ in just a few years. The Club’s democratic procedures and motto may account for much of that: “If it isn’t FUN, we don’t do it!”.

Again this year, the American Club of Nerja will celebrate the unique American holiday of separation from Great Britain on July 4th, with a multi cultural American-Spanish BBQ EXPLOSION on the http://stivesarchive.co.uk/feed/ Playazo Beach, Nerja!  This American-Spanish celebration makes sense since the Spanish discovered Florida in the US… they are really as American as Nina, Pinta and Sangria!! So starting at 8PM  we enjoy two libations along with many Spanish delicacies and traditional American BBQ meats side-dishes and dessert, then the FUN continues with live music, dancing, fireworks display and competition for Best Pirate Fancy Dress attending. As in past years celebrations – all are invited to attend, dress up fancy and have FUN on July 4th.

American Club member’s price is 22.50 euros, 27.50 euros for guests. Those joining before July 4th, benefit from member’s discount. More details of this Club’s events throughout the year, this special July 4th Explosion and to make required Reservations with exact location/driving directions – see the Club’s web site at: http://www.americaninternationalclub.com events, or call Club President, Arthur Knighton at: 627168943.

The American International Club is a social club serving from Almunecar to Torrox with a philanthropic focus raising funds for Spanish charities. Every year a significant donation is given to a local Spanish organization/s as a way of saying “thank you” to our host country.  The membership has donated over 1,000 Euros, to the Ciudad de los Niño’s, Taller de Amistad , A.N.A.B.E. and ANAC which supports the Nerja Cultural Center.  The club hosts monthly outings, petanque, walks, tapa tours, dinners, travel and informal coffee meetings.  At “Residents’ Day” in Nerja they generated charity funds by selling coffee, cake, sangria and hand-made crafts.

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