Short, partial answer: ALEC is a model legislation organization that crafts legislation with a certain agenda for reuse throughout the 50 states. Find out more at this month’s Learn & Share meetings. Learn & Share meetings are small gatherings of League members, on a different topic each month. There’s one evening group (Wednesdays 7 pm) and one afternoon group (Thursdays 1:30 pm). Attend the one that suits your schedule – it’s a great way to get to know League members in a smaller, more intimate setting, often at a member’s home. This month’s meetings are about the significance of ALEC in producing the nation’s state laws. Wednesday May 22 7:00 pm meeting is at 1012 Hickory Hill (Kultgens’ home) and Thursday May 23 1:30 meeting is at 1417 N. Countryshire (Colwills’ home).
League members and “League-curious” friends….please come and join us at 6:00 p.m. for social time , 6:30 PM dinner (Italian buffet, vegetarian option available) at the Columbia Country Club. Cost: $22. Guest speaker will be senior City Council member Barbara Hoppe.
Just a few days later, the evening of April 17, will be our annual dessert reception and play fundraiser at Columbia Entertainment Company. See Calendar for details.
For both events, contact Liz Schmidt, email@example.com, to RSVP.