College Station News
Luncheon Forum-II

The IDSA continued the luncheon series in Raindrop Turkish House. The City Manager of Bryan, David Watkins and people from different city departments were our guests. He gave a speech about "Building Environmentally Sustainable Future". (Apr. 17, 2008, B/CS, Texas)




Ladies' Coffee Night - April


Bryan/College Station Ladies came together in Raindrop Turkish House at 7:00 pm on Saturday coffee night. Ladies enjoyed Turkish hospitality and rich culture; mix with Turkish people in a nice warm environment with stimulating conversation and delicious Turkish food. Anyone, who wants to join this special night, can send an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 979-268-1317 for RSVP. (APR. 05, 2008, B/CS, TEXAS)


Picnic with College Station City Hall

0Kapak-cityhall.JPGRaindrop Turkish House and Interfaith Dialog Student Association (IDSA) organized a great picnic with College Station Mayor, City Manager, Chief of Police and Fire Depertments, and city hall staff. Raindrop and IDSA members and volunteers appreciated these people for their great support and services to College Station Community. (APR. 02, 2008, B/CS, TEXAS)


Luncheon Forum

0Kapak-luncheon1.JPGThe IDSA organized its first Luncheon forum in Raindrop Turkish House. The mayor and city manager of College Station and chief of Bryan police department were our honored guests. The city manager of College Station, Glenn Brown, gave a speech about the city development and exchanged his ideas with us about how to build multicultural service in College Station. (MAR. 31, 2008, B/CS, TEXAS)


Nowruz Feast Celebration


Turkish, Interfaith Dialog, and Kazakh Student Associations organized a Nowruz picnic in Stephen C. Beachy Central Park,College Station. Almost 150 people from 10 different nations attended this great event and shared their cultures with the others. The event's major sponsor was Raindrop Turkish House. Turks, Kazakhs, and others with their families celebrated traditional Turkic Nowruz feast. (MAR. 21, 2008, B/CS, TEXAS)


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