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The Anglophones do it again!

It’s not quite an annual tradition, but the Sunday lunch planned and prepared and served by the Anglophones of Daglan for members of the Club de l’Amitié (Friendship Club) is not just a success, but an event clearly welcomed and … Continue reading

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The Anglo lunch: Take 2

The Anglos of Daglan — those of us whose first language is English, whether we were born in England, Scotland, Ireland, or the United States — are now in high gear. Planning meetings have been held, recipes have been checked, … Continue reading

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Chuffed? C’est nous!

The Anglophones who live full-time or most of the year in Daglan are feeling pretty chuffed today. And well we might. Yesterday’s lunch for the Club de l’Amitié (Friendship Club) was a major success, and it was all planned, prepared and … Continue reading

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Our super-value Sunday lunch

I’ve never been much of a “joiner” — when I was a kid in Florida, I think I lasted about a week in the Boy Scouts before bowing out — but sometimes it does pay to belong. Take the Club … Continue reading

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And a good time was had by all

Tout le monde. Literally, it means all the world, but in day-to-day usage it means everyone or everybody. And last night in Daglan, tout le monde turned out for a community event that seems to have become an instant hit … Continue reading

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