October Branch Meeting
When: Saturday, October 5, 10:00 a.m.
Where: Meadows Conference Center, 2900 Live Oak St., Dallas, 75204
Speaker: Bob Satawake, an accomplished writer, speaker, activist, and former U.S. diplomat. He is the author of Breaking Protocol – Forging A Path Beyond Diplomacy, a book about finding himself on the world stage as a diplomat, and how he used kindness, love, humility, and diplomacy to overcome hate and intolerance.
Branch Meetings and Other Events
9/7/19–Branch Meeting, Jason Steed, Dallas appellate attorney
10/5/19–Branch Meeting, Bob Satawake, author, former diplomat
11/2/19–Branch Meeting, Shannon Willis, Dallas attorney, associate municipal court judge
12/7/19–Holiday Brunch, LAF Fundraiser, book collection*
1/4/20–Branch Meeting, Dr. George Mason, Dallas pastor, human rights champion
2/1/20–Branch Meeting, Dr. Chris Robinson Harley, female physician, women’s health
3/7/20–Branch Meeting, Wally Brewster, former ambassador to Dominican Republic
4/4/20–Branch Meeting, Nancy Shore, author, survivor of murder for hire
5/2/20–Scholarship Award Luncheon*
Branch Meetings are usually at Meadows Conference Center, 2900 Live Oak St., Dallas, 75205 on the first Saturday of each month at 10:00 a.m. Events marked with an asterisk will be held at another location.
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