A NEW Orange County, CA Supperclub!
Karl Hess Community Technology Forum
A PROJECT OF THE
RESILIENT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
The Resilient Community Foundation (“Rescomm.org”) is pleased to present Jay Stuart Snelson at the inaugural meeting of the Karl Hess Community Technology Forum.
Mr. Snelson is a California native, UCLA graduate and nationally noted lecturer who will speak on the topic of “Taming the Violence of Faith: Win-win solutions in a win-lose world” on Monday evening, November 29, 2010 at the Newport Beach Golf Course Tee Room restaurant located at 3100 Irvine Avenue, Newport Beach, California 92660.
Howard Hinman, also of Orange County, will serve as the Master of Ceremonies.
In honor of the event, Howard will offer a Toast to the evening’s festivities at 7:45 p.m.
6:00 p.m. Cocktails, Gathering Time
7:00 p.m. Dinner (Buffet style)
7:45 p.m. Announcements <–(Note starting time)
8:00 p.m. Guest Speaker: Jay Stuart Snelson
For a cost of $25.00 (cash only, please) per person, attendees will enjoy a buffet dinner with their choice of chicken, tilapia (a tasty fish), or roast beef. For our vegetarian guests, beans and cheese will be available as well.
Coffee and tea are included at no additional cost with your meal. Salad and vegetables will also be provided. Alcoholic beverages are available at additional cost through the adjoining bar.
If you have any questions about the meeting, contact Kent Hastings toll free at 1.877.867-8209 or leave a voice mail message. To contact the Tee Room restaurant directly, call Hamid at (949) 756-0121.
Show your support by bringing others to this special dinner event.
About The Karl Hess Community Technology Forum
This club is a project of the Resilient Community Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation in formation managed by Mary Christensen, J. Kent Hastings, and Howard Hinman (who will preside over the meetings of this club). It honors Karl Hess who believed in, and was a practitioner of, appropriate technology.
Please note that the Karl Hess Club, an unincorporated, not for profit literary association, and Resilient Community Foundation, are under separate ownerships and management.
The Karl Hess Club (Culver City) contacted us. They “extend their heartiest congratulations and best wishes for the success of this new venture of our sister club in Orange County!”