Pontiff Classic - Mar 2019
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The CCT Board meets at 6pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month at Deutsches Haus (off Airline in Metaire) and meetings are open to members and people interested in joining.
The Haus usually offers a plate dinner for about $5. German beer will be available at a good price. Please contact us if you plan to attend in case of meeting date changes and so we can provide The Haus with a meal head count.
We also meet at Noon on "Tiger Tuesday" (which is EVERY Tuesday) at Mike Serio's Deli on St. Charles Ave 1 block off Canal St. near Common. Stop by and try the muffaletta that won the Bobby Flay Throwdown and talk about the Tigers!
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