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Mixed Circular Table for Eight

Air Force Protocol
from 'Til Wheels are Up'

NOTE: The 1st Lady is seated to the left of the host, rather than the traditional seat of honor at the host's right. Seating in this fashion will ensure guests are seated next to the hostess, and prevent side-by-side seaating of husbaands and wives. Apply this arrangement when table seaating is in multiples of four (e.g. 4,8,16,etc. places). With the table seating for any number other than a mulyiple of four guests, traditional methods apply.

For reasons discussed in the above note, we prefer larger circular tables for 10. However, you do not want to crowd guests, and your club may have only the smaaller circular tables, driving you to seat eight at a table.