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The Friendship Force Houston March 25 luncheon will explore Houston's diverse cultures, costumes and cuisines. Photo: Friendship Force Houston Event to celebrate cultures, cuisines 1/1 Back to Gallery Members of the Friendship Force Houston share a love of travel and culture as they visit foreign countries and host visitors from abroad in their homes. A two-year member, Joyce Saylan of west Houston knew about the group but mistakenly assumed she had to travel to belong. As Dining Chairman - just one of her duties - Saylan picks out each month a restaurant for its ethnic cuisine and usually draws about half of the club's 50 members to join her for the international night. "We do not go out and get hamburgers. We choose restaurants from all over the city so as not to inconvenience the same people all the time," she said. Club members come from throughout the Houston area from The Woodlands to Clear Lake. Baytown resident Joy Huntington first learned about Friendship Force International when she traveled to Japan in 1999 and met touring Korean visitors who belonged to a chapter of the group. She joined the Houston chapter of the nonprofit in 2005. "I like international travel," she said, figuring she's been to about a dozen countries so far.