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  Round Table International is a club for young men aged 18 to 40. It
provides an opportunity for members to meet on a regular basis and take part
in a diverse variety of activities including social events, international
visits, community service and making new friends.

  The Aims and Objects of Round Table International are to:

1. promote fellowship and understanding between Round Table members worldwide
2. promote the formation of new Round Table clubs throughout the world
3. promote and administer joint service projects worldwide

  Started by Louis Marchesi in England in 1927, Round Table has expanded to
a truely international movement with 45,000 members in over 40 countries.

  Forget any pre-conceived ideas you may have about an organization like
Round Table; it's friendly, fun and rewarding. Ask any Tabler and he will
tell you that the movement expands your horizon and gives you a passport toa
worldwide group of friends.

  If you would like to find out more about Round Table in your country,
please respond via e-mail.

[Source: mboender@orbitnl.orbit.nl (maarten boender).]

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