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Published by Dee, 2019-11-26 17:43:52

FGA 2019 Holiday Luncheon Invite

FGA 2019 Holiday Luncheon Invite


Mark Your Calendar

FGA's Annual Holiday Luncheon Celebration

Friday, December 20, 2019 | Noon | FGA Tampa | Large Conference Room


Classic Caesar Salad & Dressing
Bowl of Bruschetta w/Toppings on the Side

Rosemary Merlot Steak
Grilled Bruschetta Chicken

Garlic Potatoes Roasted w/ Olive Oil
Lemon Orzo w/ Parmesan and Peas
Artichoke Salad & Balsamic Vinaigrette

Assorted Bread Rolls & Butter
Basket of Tropical Chips

Dessert Basket with Cookies and Brownies

~Plus ~
Various Desserts via the DESSERT CONTEST!!

Dessert Contest

Grab your Aprons and Preheat your Ovens

The 2019 FGA Dessert Contest is Back!

Bring in your favorite tasty homemade dessert and enter for a
chance to win the title of "Best Holiday Dessert 2019" and
bragging rights for all of 2020.

Cubicle Decorating Contest

1. Photos of your completed "Masterpiece of a Cubicle" must be emailed to Niky by End
of day, Thursday, December 19, 2019.

2. You may work in teams, but prize will be split among team members.
3. Evaluations will be based on overall creativity, originality, and festiveness.

Winners will be announced at the Holiday Luncheon

White Elephant Game

1.Bring one wrapped gift with a maximum price of $10 to contribute.
2.We will draw names to determine what order we will go in.
3.The first player selects a gift from the pool and opens it
4.The following players can choose to either pick an unwrapped gift from the pool or swap a previous player’s gift. Anyone who gets

their gift swapped in this way can do the same – choose a new gift or swap from someone else.
5.To keep things moving along, there are a couple of limits on gift swapping:

a. A present can only be stolen once per turn, which means players who have a gift Swapped from them have to wait to get it back.
b. After three swaps, the turn automatically comes to an end.
6.After all players have had a turn, the first player gets a chance to swap the gift he or she is holding for any other opened gift. Anyone
who’s gift is swapped may swap from someone else (as long as that person hasn’t been swapped from yet). When someone
declines to swap a gift, the game comes to an end.

Looking Forward to Seeing You!

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