CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS IN LUXEMBOURG
ActionAid Luxembourg Support Group raises money for projects in the developing world: education, health and agriculture. Help people to help themselves. Information: tel. 348718 (Kremer) or 359097 (Seymour).
ADMD-Letzebuerg Association pour le Droit de Mourir dans la DignitÃƒÂ©, is a member of the World Federation of Right to Die Societies, defending the individual\'s right of choice of end of life, including medically assisted suicide and euthanasia. The association fights for legislation on assisted suicide and euthanasia if exercised under strict care criteria. ADMD-L offers information and conferences on these subjects. Contact : Marthy Putz, tel.fax 23 661113 or firstname.lastname@example.org
American Business Association Luxembourg (ABAL) holds monthly lunch meetings for networking and to hear a speaker on a topic of interest. For more information email: email@example.com
American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg (AMCHAM) is dedicated to building bridges between the Luxembourg business community and the USA. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.amcham.lu
American Women's Club of Luxembourg (AWCL) is a multifaceted organisation for English speaking women of all nationalities. Club activities are listed in a monthly newsletter and the club holds monthly meetings. Information: tel. 44 84 77. Website: www.awcluxembourg.com.
Angels Squash Club founded in 1999 by a number of people of different nationalities living in Luxembourg. While the club is serious about squash, every effort is made to ensure there is also a friendly social side to the club. Information:tel.: +352 021 281 983, e-mail email@example.com Website: http://jhave.typepad.com/angels
AS Luxembourg football team currently have two teams that play in the Luxembourg leagues and the club is always on the look out for new talent. Training is twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays with matches on Sundays. For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or look at our website www.asluxembourg.bravehost.com
Athletics Club CSL (CAL Spora Luxembourg) welcomes athletes from age 6 and over. We train at the Josy Barthel Stadium in Route d\'Arlon. Training hours between 1700 and 2000 hrs depending on age and group (children, youngsters, seniors, sprint, jump, middle-distance etc). Please contact Birgitte Holst, tel. 35 78 34.
Balls Tennis Club Men's doubles tennis played from September to May on a regular basis on Thursday evenings at Kockelscheuer from 9 pm to 11 pm (ish). Tel: 30 81 75 and www.balls.lu.
British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg is an English-speaking forum for contact and communication for Luxembourg's business communities. Information: tel. 465 466 (Sophie Kerschen) or email: email@example.com. Website: www.bcc.lu
British Guides In Foreign Countries meet regularly for English-speaking girls to make new friends and have fun, with games and a variety of activities within the framework of the Guide movement. Rainbows (5-7), Brownies (7-10) and Guides (10-14). For more information call Carole Murray on 26 78 02 82 (eves).
British Ladies Club of Luxembourg is a social club for all English-speaking women in Luxembourg, regardless of nationality. Details of activities are published in a newsletter, distributed to members each month. Information: tel. 26 67 15 27 (Sheila Nash), email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: BÃƒÂ´ite Postale 57, L-6905 Niederanven. Website: www.blc.lu.
British Stand International Bazaar organises events throughout the year to raise funds for the recipient charities of the annual International Bazaar. Information: Val (Chairwoman) on 445622, Christine (Chairwoman) on 328454 or Clare (Publicity Officer) on 26313541.
Canadian Club a group of Canadians and friends of Canada of any nationality, which hosts social events for people of all ages. Information: Ildiko Losch on Ildiko_Losch@yahoo.com or 021 323 993.
Celtic Supporters Club Luxembourg meets in the Pygmalion Irish Pub,19 Rue de la Tour Jacob, L-1831 Luxembourg, for televised matches. For more information contact Conor in the Pygmalion: tel. 420860 or Gerry tel: 061 18 88 67.
CKN centre Cambodian human resources have been weakened by long periods of wars, unrests and drama. The aim and the challenge of the Centre CKN is to help rebuild Cambodia through education, training and the transfer of technical experience. Its objective is to give a profession to people so that they are independent and economically autonomous. We want to: \"Teach people how to fish, rather than give a fish\". For more information about the centre go to www.ckn-cambodia.org or email: email@example.com
Club Polyglotte Luxembourg a language society which organises sociable meetings to practice foreign languages Tuesdays from 7.30pm at Foyer EuropÃƒÂ©en, 1st floor, Rue Heine 12. The Club saw a tremendous increase in membership for the past 12 months, welcoming over 200 new members, and in order to build on its success is starting a second weekly meeting Thursdays at Tutti-Frutti, 1st Floor, Avenue de la gare 17. Website: clubpolyglotte.com
Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) The Luxembourg chapter of the CCAB hosts regular lunches and other events to encourage contact between our members and the local business community. It also presents two professional update seminars each May and November on current technical issues. Members and non-members are welcome to attend all events and we particularly encourage the participation of members of other professional accountancy bodies. Contact: e-mail CCAB@lu.pwc.com
Creative Workshop asbl An organisation formed to encourage artistic activity of all kinds. In spring 2003 we presented the award-winning and controversial black comedy Betty\'s Summer Vacation by Christopher Durang. We run a drama group for children aged 6-11, which will be rounded off in May 2004 with a production of a new musical. Current plans include an art exhibition open to all, probably for March 2004, a website showcasing artists in Luxembourg and a \'theatre sports\' improvisation evening with teams formed by local groups. The group is young, vibrant, welcoming and open to all with creative interests. For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 26201629.
Creative Writing Consortium The CWC is a meeting point for writers of all genres and levels of experience. We have changed our name from Creative Writing Ã¢â‚¬Å“ClubÃ¢â‚¬