Did someone say, “Happy Hour”? Yes, we did! Sign up today for a fun and informative two-in-one DC SLA event.
Date: Monday, August 13, 2012
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
6:00 PM – 6:30 PM – Networking
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM – Time with Kate Arnold & the 2012 SLA Recap
1801 South Bell Street
Closest Metro Station: Crystal City (Blue/Yellow line)
First, meet a special guest coming to us all the way from the UK.
Here's your chance to meet SLA President-Elect candidate, Kate Arnold. Kate will be visiting the DC chapter from the UK and you'll get a chance to hear her views and ideas on the profession, the association and whatever else comes up. We’re so glad that Kate has arranged to visit DC to speak with us in person. Don't miss this opportunity to meet her.
Next, enjoy the 2012 SLA Recap.
We’re doing this popular SLA annual conference recap again this year! We will have a series of short, informative presentations by a panel of 2012 SLA conference presenters and 2012 SLA attendees highlighting selected SLA annual conference programs. Be prepared for a fast-paced, lively, and informative session. Whether you missed the conference or were able to attend, you’re sure to gain some new insights from this group of panelists.
The program will be moderated by Marie Kaddell, LexisNexis.
Of course, it’s a happy hour too so refreshments will be served!
For further information and registration go to http://dc.sla.org/events/?ee=189
Questions? Please email me.
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