The group's annual black-tie dinner Saturday drew former secretary of state Colin Powell, Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., and Washington Mayor Adrian Fenty, The Washington Post reported Sunday.
President George W. Bush delivered remarks to the club one last time as commander in chief.
"It was a moving evening with the president saying farewell," said Landon Parvin, a longtime Alfalfan.
The Alfalfa Club was founded in 1913 by four Southern gentlemen, apparently for no purpose other than holding an annual dinner on the last Saturday of January in historical reverence of the Jan. 19 birthday of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, the newspaper reported.
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