Ticket for Dinner + Speaker + Raffle
Join us for dinner and our guest speaker, Craig Curtis, Professor of Political Science at Bradley University, on Thursday, May 9, 2019, who will be speaking on “Anonymity Makes it Too Easy to Hide: The Impact of Social Media on American Politics.”
Tickets are $50 each. You can purchase multiple tickets using the quantity box. (We will have tables of 8, open seating; if you purchase an entire table, we will reserve a table for you.)
The evening includes:
5:30PM Cash Bar | 6PM Dinner | 7PM Speaker | Drawing (raffle tickets separate)
Childer's Banquet Center
3113 N Dries Lane, Peoria (behind Walmart on University St. next to Landmark Cinema)
Professor Curtis is originally from Meridian, Mississippi and earned a degree in law from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, in 1985, an MS in Criminal Justice from Washington State University in 1987, and a PhD in Political Science in 1991. He came to Peoria in the fall of 1991 to take a full-time position on the faculty at Bradley University He teaches courses on judicial process, public administration and regulatory politics. He is co-author of The Fourth Amendment in Flux:The Roberts Court, Crime-Control and Digital Privacy, published by University Press of Kansas, and numerous articles in scholarly journals. He is married to Leah E. Adams-Curtis and they have two adult children, Anna and Galen.
*$20 of your $50 registration is tax deductible. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Education Fund of the League of Women Voters, a 501(c)3 organization.
You will receive an email confirmation of your purchase, but no tickets will be mailed.
For more information, please call Roberta Parks at (309) 231-1724.