Mark your calendars!
Bloomington Press Club has several programs lined up for you this fall. All meetings are at noon in the Coronation Room, a private room within the Tudor Room of the Indiana Memorial Union, with the exception of the holiday party. Watch your email inbox for more details.
- CANCELLED! Dec. 6: Holiday party at Mike and Dana‘s, an event that was a big success last year. Our menu is Mediterranean, featuring Greek lemon chicken. Price is $25 per person for the buffet, plus gratuity, cash or check only. No credit or debit cards. You may bring your own beverages. Time is 5:30 p.m., and the location is 2128 Industrial Blvd. Check out this map for directions. RSVP to treasurer Sherry Rouse no later than Dec. 3 to let her know you are coming.
- Jan. 27: City of Bloomington Director of Public Works Susie Johnson will field questions about downtown parking, including the new meter system.
- Feb. 24: Lesa Hatley Major, interim dean at the IU School of Journalism, will talk about the new media school at IU.
Dues are due
Membership is $25 per year, payable by mail or in person at the next meeting. Download dues forms.
Spread the word about the interesting speakers and programs at the Bloomington Press Club. The club is undertaking a membership drive for new members. More to come on this at the next meeting but start thinking about people you think would enjoy the club.
Do you have suggestions about speakers for upcoming programs or meeting topics? Tell board president Jack Dvorak about your ideas. Your board wants to hear from you about programs you have enjoyed or would like to see.
Buy a mug:
Treasurer Sherry Rouse will have stylish Bloomington Press Club mugs for sale at the next meeting. Featuring the BPC logo, the mugs are only $5 each, $40 for a place setting for eight. Bring your checkbook.
Stay up-to-date at this website, and don’t forget that the press club has its own e-mail account, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you need to contact us. Continue to RSVP to treasurer Sherry Rouse at her email, email@example.com.
Comments? Questions? Bloopers? Tell secretary Gena Asher at the BPC email address. Let us know your thoughts and suggestions about the site. Like everything else on the Web, this is a work in progress.
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