The Greek Interpreters gathered the The University Club of MSU for our spring meeting on April 27, 2016. We focused on “The Adventure of the Lion’s Mane.” We have not discussed it in this century — or as far back into the last century as our records go! And yet, many BSI members feel it is a pretty good story.
February 7, 2016 brought together members of The Greek Interpreters and several young guests! The focus of the meeting was the story “The Missing Three-Quarter.”
The Winter meeting of the Greek Interpreters was held on Thursday, February 28th, 2013, at the Country Club of Lansing. A fine turnout of nearly 30 members enjoyed an excellent dinner, and spirited conversation. The story on which the evening’s quiz and discussion focused was “The Boscombe Valley Mystery”. A quiz was provided by The Chemist, recently returned from Australia.
On an unseasonably warm, February 15th, 2012, Wednesday evening, two dozen Greek Interpreters gathered at Hershey’s Steak and Seafood restaurant in East Lansing for their Winter meeting. We were particularly heartened by the attendance of several members who had been absent from recent meetings. The evening’s quiz and discussion centered on “The Three Students”.
The beginning of February saw severe weather in East Lansing. The Winter meeting of the Greek Interpreters, originally scheduled for the 1st, was moved to the 3rd due to an oncoming storm. Nevertheless nearly 25 stalwart members assembled at Hershey’s Steak and Seafood restaurant and enjoyed an evening of good food and stimulating conversation. The meeting was an especially happy occasion because Etta Abrahams, aka The Woman I, returned briefly from Maine and challenged us with one of her inimitable quizzes. The story on which the evening’s quiz and discussion focused was “The Adventure of Black Peter”.