On Tuesday 27th September we abandoned our usual Wednesday meeting so that we could entertain the Group Study Exchange Team from Argentina, District 4890. An audience of 70 assembled to hear what they had to say. They started with their Team Leader Fernando Armesto who is a Professor of English who spoke very well about the team and his work and family. Next came Paula Noseda, an Environmental Lawyer who spoke about the history of the country. Then we had Maria Eugenia Kloosterman, an Environmental Engineer who spoke about the different provinces in the country and their features. Next came Patricio Djedjeian, also an Environmental Engineer, who spoke about the culture and customs of the country. He was followed by the last team member Benjamin Tarelli, also an Environmental Engineer who spoke about differences between Europe and Argentina. All of team had excellent English and answered a host of questions after the presentation.
Earlier in the day, the Club had taken the team and our Ambassadorial Scholar on a tour of Harrow School (founded in 1572) which they found interesting.
The presentation closed with the usual exchange of banners.