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The Games Club of Maryland is happy to present the 2016
White Elephant Gift Holiday Party
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When: Saturday, December 10th, 2016 starting at 12 noon.

Where: GCOM Carney
10110 Egerton Farm Court
Parkville, MD

What: Boardgaming, Beverages + Snacks available starting at 12 noon, Dinner at 6pm and A White Elephant Gift Exchange (if you want to participate) at 5pm.

If you would like to be a part of the White Elephant Gift Exchange, please bring a gaming related gift that costs between $10 - $20 that is fully wrapped. Everyone that participates will receive a gift to take home. If you plan to participate in the gift exchange, please be sure to arrive by 5 pm.

The way it works is that we draw a name out of a hat and that person chooses a gift from the table to open. Then he/she draws the next name out of the hat and so on -- but if the next person wants to they can "steal" someone else's gift instead of taking a new one from the table. The only other rule is that a gift cannot be "stolen" more than 3 times. Everyone participating will get to take home a gift (hopefully other than the one they came with).

You do not have to participate in the White Elephant Gift Exchange to attend.

Please RSVP to Roland DeVasher at fizban@comcast.net if you're interested and we will update the link page below. Also any children in attendance will be asked to be focused on boardgames.

You can find more information on the GCOM Carney web page.

Food: We are asking volunteers to bring side dishes, snacks and beverages to share with others. Please RSVP to Roland DeVasher at fizban@comcast.net with what you plan to bring so he can coordinate it with everyone else's dish.