Click date below for Weekly Program details and Breakfast Menu.

Donna Milstein
Fitness Trainer

"Lose 10 pounds and 10 years in 10 minutes a day"
Donna will teach, demonstrate and lead the group in simple exercises that will improve your posture and balance.

Donna Milstein Consulting
1707 1/2 Post Oak Blvd Ste 236
Houston, TX 77056

713-984-1242
donnamilstein@hotmail.com

What's for Breakfast?

Cumin-cilantro scrambled egg breakfast burrito with chorizo sausage, avocado and jalapeno jack cheese, BBQ-spiced hash brown potatoes, mild guajillo chili enchilada sauce and sour cream.

Alternate Menu

Scrambled eggs (made w/egg beaters, all egg whites or regular eggs) served w/crispy bacon or Canadian bacon + roasted potatoes.

Oatmeal served with brown sugar or honey, milk and fresh fruit of choice.

Cold cereal (fresh granola) with fruit of choice, low fat or whole milk.

Fruit plate w/ yogurt + 2 bran muffins: blueberry, cranberry, or bran.

Fanny Brown
Strategic Gifts Officer

"The Food Bank's Latest Successes and Challenges"
The Houston Food Bank is a non-profit food distributor network that collects and distributes millions of meals a year in the Houston area to needy citizens of all ages. It is part of the Feeding America Network.

Fanny will share with us news on their new kitchen facility, their recent successes as well as current challenges they are facing,

The Food Bank Houston
535 Portwall St
Houston, TX 77029

713-223-3700
www.houstonfoodbank.org

What's for Breakfast?

Hot oatmeal with custard candied pecans/toast.

Alternate Menu

Scrambled eggs (made w/egg beaters, all egg whites or regular eggs) served w/crispy bacon or Canadian bacon + roasted potatoes.

Oatmeal served with brown sugar or honey, milk and fresh fruit of choice.

Cold cereal (fresh granola) with fruit of choice, low fat or whole milk.

Fruit plate w/ yogurt + 2 bran muffins: blueberry, cranberry, or bran.


Terri Burke
Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Texas

Immigrants & Refugees in Texas
Miss Burke's talk will focus on what the ACLU does expecially in the area of immigrants and refugees. The ACLU has been working overtime on this specific area since the election. She will share their story.

American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Texas
Houston State Headquarters P.O. Box 8306
Houston, TX 77288-8306

713-325-7003
tburke@aclutx.org

What's for Breakfast?

Breakfast quesadilla, turkey bacon and jack cheese topped with Pico de Gallo and served with black beans.

Alternate Menu

Scrambled eggs (made w/egg beaters, all egg whites or regular eggs) served w/crispy bacon or Canadian bacon + roasted potatoes.

Oatmeal served with brown sugar or honey, milk and fresh fruit of choice.

Cold cereal (fresh granola) with fruit of choice, low fat or whole milk.

Fruit plate w/ yogurt + 2 bran muffins: blueberry, cranberry, or bran.

Tina Barr
Director of Admissions

Tina will speak about Chinquapin Prep, which is a non-profit college-preparatory school for grades six through twelve, primarily serving economically disadvantaged youth from the Houston area. Boys in grades seven through twelve live on campus Monday through Friday, while girls and 6th grade boys are transported daily.

Chinquapin Preparatory School
2615 E. Wallisville Rd.
Highlands, TX 77562

281-426-5551 X151
tbarr@chinquapin.org

What's for Breakfast?

Texas migas with grilled chicken, scrambled with Pico de Gallo, avocado sour cream and jack cheese served on a corn tortilla.

Alternate Menu

Scrambled eggs (made w/egg beaters, all egg whites or regular eggs) served w/crispy bacon or Canadian bacon + roasted potatoes.

Oatmeal served with brown sugar or honey, milk and fresh fruit of choice.

Cold cereal (fresh granola) with fruit of choice, low fat or whole milk.

Fruit plate w/ yogurt + 2 bran muffins: blueberry, cranberry, or bran.

If you are NOT planning to attend breakfast or you're bringing a guest, contact Bonnie Berube's office, on or before Wednesday 12:00 noon. Patty Mooney, her Executive Assistant, is managing all reservations and program details with the St. Regis: Patty Mooney at pmooney@berubeconsultingpllc.com 713-999-1220

If you, your guest or invited Speaker prefer an alternative menu item, Patty will need to know in advance. Include the specific alt. menu item in your email response.

To arrange to use the Club projector and screen, let Patty know your Speaker would like to use these along with CC'ing Program Chair, Donna Milstein donnamilstein@hotmail.com + Hope Fonte hope@visualalliance.com in your response.