Stuffed Camel

Stuffed Camel

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Stuffed Camel

Rumaki Spread

Rumaki Spread

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Rumaki Spread

Cabbage Slaw

Cabbage Slaw

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Cabbage Slaw

Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah - Spring 2004

Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah - Spring 2004

BY Saudi Aramco News / /

Retiree William Tracy's photograph of Riyadh's downtown, with its 992-foot Kingdom Center (foreground) and the 876-foot Faisaliyah Center, captures the soaring vitality of the capital.

Further to the Future of Saudi Oil

Further to the Future of Saudi Oil

BY W. L. Littlejohn / /

For some days, I have watched the debate on Saudi resources set off by Matt Simmons with amusement - the kind of amusement one feels when listening to discussions about economics in a small-town barber shop. But now, since some seem to be taking the concerns voiced by Simmons and his followers (e.g. Morse) seriously, I feel compelled to comment.

Stars of 5678! Then and Now....Continued

BY Nancy Ackerman / /

Patsy Inglet didn’t dance in the original production of 5-6-7-8!, but she was an important part of it nevertheless. Patsy had just started dance classes with me (in the old Library Annex) at the urging of her friend, Norma Ackert, but shortly after she began, her husband, Tom, was given an assignment to Tokyo.

Reilly Financial Advisors

BY Reilly Financial Advisors / /

We’re often asked what advantages Reilly Financial Advisors offers Aramcons over investment management companies like Vanguard or Fidelity.

Reilly Financial Advisors (1)

Reilly Financial Advisors (1)

BY Reilly Financial Advisors / /

We’re often asked what advantages Reilly Financial Advisors offers Aramcons over investment management companies like Vanguard or Fidelity.

Stars of 5678! Then and Now

BY Nancy Ackerman / /

The huge cast of 5-6-7-8! was a treasure of talent…upstage, downstage and backstage. And many of the original performers and crew from the 1985 production not only stayed on for the many productions that followed, but honed their talents even further when they departed Aramco.

5678! Productions, Still Dancin'

BY Aramco ExPats / /

From 1985 to 1992 DTG audiences were treated to a bit of Broadway on the Dhahran stage, when the 5678! productions danced and sang their way to sold-out performances at every run. The enormous talent in the Aramco community was showcased in these lavish productions that brought glitter and glam to our desert outpost. Those were great times!

Tim Barger - Vista, California

BY Saudi Aramco / /

Tim Barger is the son of former Aramco President & CEO, Thomas C. Barger, who retired in 1969. An ‘Aramco Brat’, having been born and raised in Dhahran, Tim went on to earn a BA in History from Santa Clara University.

Barnaby of Arabia by Wendy Cocker

BY Aramco Expats : Saudi Aramco Expats / /

Following on from “401 Arabian Sights”, Wendy Cocker’s newest CD is named “Barnaby of Arabia” and has just been released.

Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah - Fall 2003

Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah - Fall 2003

BY Saudi Aramco News / /

Fourth- and fifth-graders from Warrrensburg, Mo., thanked Paul and Colleen Nance for opening a doorway into Saudi Arabia this spring, following their visit to "Into the Desert: A Bedouin Tent" at Central Missouri State University.

Wendy Cocker

BY Aramco Expats : Saudi Aramco Expats / /

Australians from “way Down Under” (Tasmania), Wendy Cocker and her husband Josh have enjoyed living in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the past 14 years.

Paul J. Nance Receives Doctor of Humane Letters

BY Aramco ExPats / /

The great American financier and philanthropist George Peabody once wrote that education is a “debt due from present to future generations.” Stated more than 150 years ago, the spirit of these words flourishes today through the work and generosity of Paul J. Nance.

Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah - Summer 2003

Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah - Summer 2003

BY Saudi Aramco News / /

The 2002 Saudi Aramco Reunion organizing committee welcomes all annuitants, second-generation Aramcons and guests to the 23rd Biennial Reunion in beautiful San Diego, California.

Cinco de Mayo

BY Aramco ExPats / /

This week one of my friends held a party to combine the celebration of his move to a new house and the Mexican fiesta of Cinco de Mayo. Until a few years ago I had never heard of this festival, and as it seems to be getting more popular each year I thought I’d look into its origins, so this week’s article is a kind of history lesson.

Mona Bhagia Graduates from St. George?s School

BY Aramco ExPats / /

Mona Bhagia will graduate from St. George’s School in Rhode Island. She has participated in both varsity soccer and softball at school and played soccer in several European Tournaments with Desert Wind Club of Saudi Aramco from 1998 -2000.

Ameriki Dawn Worrell Graduates from Saint Andrews School

Ameriki Dawn Worrell Graduates from Saint Andrews School

BY Aramco ExPats / /

Ameriki Dawn Worrell will graduate from Saint Andrews School in Boca Raton, Florida on May 24, 2003. She has been accepted at Mars Hill College on full scholarship where she will seek a degree in education.