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THE ANNUAL ASA THANKSGIVING FEAST, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20TH, 2012

Thanksgiving is a time of reflection for many families who come together to give thanks for everything they have and appreciate. For the newly arrived, Thanksgiving is a time to learn about why this holiday is such a special tradition in American culture and how they can incorporate it in their lives and give thanks as well.

ASA College is proud to be hosting our Annual Thanksgiving celebration for students and those in need on Tuesday, November 20th in both our Brooklyn and Manhattan Campuses. ASA finds it is especially important after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy to support our community and country.

Over the years, The ASA Annual Thanksgiving Feast has been a joy for those who attend, allowing our students to walk away with a new sense of pride in learning the tradition and culture of this very important American holiday.

Please Join The ASA Family for This Important Event!

ASA Brooklyn Campus
151 Lawrence Street, 2nd Floor Student Lounge
First Session-12:30pm to 2:30pm
Second Session- 4:30pm to 6:30pm

ASA Manhattan Campus
1293 Broadway, Rooms MH311-312
First Session-12:30pm to 2:30pm
Second Session- 4:30pm to 6:30pm

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