Lunch & Learn

League of Women Voters-Lincoln/Lancaster County
Lunch and Learn Programs 2016-2017


 
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Lincoln-Lancaster County League of Women Voters Lunch & Learn, noon-1.pm., May 9. Marriott Courtyard, 808 R St.  Cost:  $13 members; $15 nonmembers; includes speaker and buffet lunch.  "The Importance of Food Policy", presented by Megan McGuffey, Coordinator, Lincoln-Lancaster County Food Policy Council.  Public welcome.  Binding reservations by May 3 at 402-475-1411 or lwv-ne@inebraska.com.
 
Public welcome. 
 
Lunch is $13 for members and $15 for non-members.
Binding reservations by May 3, at 402-475-1411 or lwv-ne@inebraska.com.

Please note:

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS LUNCH AND LEARN PROGRAMS
2016 -2017

September 8, 2016Lincoln Police Department "Fast Facts"Jeff Bliemeister, Chief of Police
October 13, 2016

 The Backpack Program

and the Impact on the

Families It Serves 

Jason Helgren, Child Hunger

Coordinator for the Food Bank of Lincoln 

November 10,2016

REAL (Respond, Empower, Advocate,

Listen) Program  -- “An

Effective Partnership: The

Ultimate Win-Win” 

Chad Magdanz, the Program

Coordinator for the REAL Program,

Sgt. John Walsh with the Lincoln

Police Department

December 8,2016Nebraska Unwrapped 

 Ann Billesbach, Associate Director,

 Nebraska State Historical Society,

Education and Interpretation Division 

January 10, 2017 TuesdayZika Virus - An Update on the Virus in Nebraska

Tim Timmons, Communicable Disease Program Supervisor for the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department

February 14, 2017 TuesdayWhy Fair Redistricting is Needed

John Else, Social Policy Director for the League of Women Voters of Nebraska

March 14, 2017 TuesdayCareer Academy/ Worker ShortageMr. Hohensee, Director, The Career Academy
April 18, 2017 TuesdayWhat is in Store for the City of Lincoln

David Cary, Director of the Lincoln City Planning Department

May 9, 2017 TuesdayThe Importance of Food Policy

Megan McGuffey, Coordinator, Lincoln-Lancaster County Food Policy Council; PhD Studen, UNO's School of Public Administration

 

Reservations:  402-475-1411 or lwv-ne@inebraska.com. 


Lincoln-Lancaster County League of Women Voters Lunch & Learn, noon-1.pm., May 9. Marriott Courtyard, 808 R St.  Cost:  $13 members; $15 nonmembers; includes speaker and buffet lunch.  "The Importance of Food Policy", presented by Megan McGuffey, Coordinator, Lincoln-Lancaster County Food Policy Council.  Public welcome.  Binding reservations by May 3 at 402-475-1411 or lwv-ne@inebraska.com.
Public welcome. 
 
Lunch is $13 for members and $15 for non-members.
Binding reservations by May 3, at 402-475-1411 or lwv-ne@inebraska.com.

Please note:

There is a parking garage across the street on the corner of 9th and R St. One may enter on R St. and park the car, upon leaving one will leave from the Q St side of the parking lot because there is no exit on to R St. unless you are a monthly renter. One may also park at the Q St. Garage and walk through the parking garage, but there may be traffic to contend with, or walk to R St. using the alley way which is just west of the Q St. Parking Garage.

 

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