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June 21st Luncheon: Secretary of State Michele Reagan and Arizona Federation of Republican Women President Loraine Pellegrino!
What to make of all that’s in the news concerning President Trump’s tweets about being wire tapped and the media’s narrative that Russia was influencing last November’s election? Our April guest, Caroline Lynch, has some answers. Don’t miss our April luncheon!
About Caroline Lynch: Ms. Lynch is an expert in privacy, cyber security, national security, and criminal law and owner of Copper Hill Strategies, LLC, providing federal and state lobbying, consulting, and government relations services. She previously served as Chief Counsel of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations where she oversaw the Committee’s national security, counter-terrorism, and criminal and foreign surveillance portfolios. She negotiated and drafted numerous pieces of legislation, including the Email Privacy Act, the USA Freedom Act, and the FISA Amendments Act.
Also speaking in April, although briefly, are Brion Crom of Calibor, the Wealth Development Company, and Kelly Laurich from Fisher House.
Mr. Crom is Calibor’s Director of Investor Relations where his primary role is to drive revenue and profitability to all business units and increase investor shareholder value. He will talk about investing in a Trump economy. Ms. Laurich is the manager of Arizona’s Fisher House. She will tell us what’s been happening since the Tucson-area location first opened its doors on March 4, 2016.
Grayhawk Golf Club:
8620 East Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale
On the Menu:
· Crispy Chicken Club Wrap
· Pineapple Slaw
· Carmel Panna Cota w/ Whipped Cream
· Coffee/Tea/Wine Bar
The cost of the luncheon is $30 whether you are paying by credit card, cash or check.
NEW RESERVATION POLICY! Please note that we MUST have your reservation in by the Thursday prior to the luncheon (in this case, April 13th). We are establishing this new policy because too many reservations are coming in a day or two before the meeting which does not give the Gray Hawk kitchen enough time to determine the proper amount of food to purchase.
And, after making a luncheon reservation, you are accepting responsibility to pay for that lunch if you do not cancel by midnight of the Thursday before the meeting (April 13th).
Thank you so much for your cooperation!
To make a reservation, contact Karen Wiswell by email at our reservation email: firstname.lastname@example.org