ILR has mailed its Summer 2017 program package and Newsletter. You should receive your copy by June 17. Copies will be available from the Current Forms page.
Committee: Volunteer Committee
Date Posted: May 18, 2017
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ILR held its annual luncheon at Westminster Canterbury at 11:30 a.m. March 31, 2017. The cost of this Social Committed and Membership Committee event was $22 per member, which included the luncheon, valet parking gratuity, and entertainment featuring the songs of Frank Sinatra.
Spring registration began approximately March 13th. Registration is open throughout the Spring quarter. Call or email the office to make sure a particular activity is not full before registering.
On 31 March, ILR will be electing officers for the 2017-2018 ILR year. The nominating committee has recruited a slate of officers. Their biographies are available online (PDF).
ILR has mailed the Winter 2017 program mailing. If your copy has not come, you may down load it from the archive using the link below. This single PDF contains the complete catalog, trip fliers fliers and registration forms, and class registration forms, and other items making up the mailing.
In an effort to provide better member service, ILR is moving its website to the WordPress content management system. The change benefits the members by making the site simpler. Key content is task organized to support membership tasks and registration tasks. The new site also opens the web master and content creator roles to a large audience by using WordPress. Any member maintainging a personal website at WordPress.com has the skills to be a content author.
ILR has mailed the Fall 2016 program mailing. If your copy has not come, you may down load it from the archive below. Each file is a PDF containing the complete catalog, fliers, registration forms, and other items making up the mailing.
Our Summer 2016 newsletter is in the mail. It is available from the ILR archives here
Robert Torgler attended the Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania. He filled senior management positions at IBM for over 30 years and was Corporate Vice President prior to retirement. He was a senior docent and lecturer at the Smithsonian Museum of American History and National Archives specializing in the Revolutionary era.