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Come celebrate New Year’s Eve with us!

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Enjoy great food on New Years Eve with Jerry Wade in the Main Bar! We are waiting for you! For questions and reservations call: 703 494-6373

New Years Eve Dinner for Two $120.00 Per couple plus tax and gratuity
Appetizer (Choose one) Oscars famous crab chowder,2 scallops wrapped in bacon,drunken mushrooms,Brie Cheese. Entree Selection (choose one) Filet Mignon, Salmon Madigan,Chicken Cordon Bleu, Roasted asparagus and red pepper pasta. Dessert choice Triple Chocolate Cake or Holiday Trifle Choice of Korbel Champagne, Ecco Domani Pinot Grigio,Dark horse Chardonnay or Louis Martini Cabernet

New Years Eve Live Entertainment with Jerry Wade
Dance the new year away with Jerry Wade and his country music Band, Midnight Breakfast Buffet $10.00 entrance fee

New Years Day Buffet 12noon-2PM
All of your traditional breakfast favorites, omelets, waffles, Pork loin and a host of others $18.95 adults, $9.95 children 5-10, Children 4 and other are free

 

Christmas Party Tip

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Guests prefer to take on some small tasks, instead of standing around while you attempt to do everything yourself. Ask an older relative if he’d mind greeting guests at the door. Recruit teens to take coats or offer fruit juice. Kids may direct guests to the buffet table or offer hors d’oeuvres.

This Christmas…

happy-family-in-front-of-christmas-tree-credit-photodisc-200268320-001-630x470…spend quality time with your kids before your extended family arrives. Christmas is a good time to teach your family, especially children about values like love, compassion, giving and sharing. Try to include the whole family in different Christmas activities like festival related cooking, decorating the house and the tree and wrapping up gifts…

A survival guide to company holiday parties

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A veteran event planner, Greg Jenkins has seen a fair share of office holiday party gaffes. He recalls one tipsy guest who took down the Christmas tree, having lost his balance and tried in vain to steady himself by grabbing onto it.

Also etched in his memory is the “wardrobe malfunction” at another holiday gathering, when a young female employee in a low-cut dress got too wild on the dance floor.

You don’t have to destroy property or expose yourself to make a bad impression at the company holiday party. Staying glued to your smartphone or complaining about the food may seem innocuous, but such behaviors can hurt you professionally. What you do at these celebrations can also help to further your career. Continue reading