Historian will discuss country at Women’s Club meeting

Ministerio de Gobernación, Policía y Seguridad Pública photo To celebrate the World Day of the Environment Wednesday, officers of the Policía Turística and youngsters of the Agencia de Desarrollo y Recursos Asistencial joined forces to plant 200 trees along Alajuelita and Escazú streets.

Julio Fernández, historian and co-owner of Sibú Chocolates, will discuss the history and development of Costa Rica in the 20th century when the Women’s Club of Costa Rica meets Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the Ponderox Grill & Steak House, 50 meters west of DoubleTree Hotel, Cariari,

Fernández is a Fulbright scholar who completed his fellowship in history at the University of Texas and is qualified to spin the tale of Costa Rica in the 20th century, a club announcement said.

Bocas and coffee will be served at the meeting, and the club said it invites guests to join members for a 7,000-colon lunch following the presentation. More details are available at  2249-9071 or 2249-1208.

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