Network Luncheon Series

 

Luncheons are held at the YWCA, 605 N. 6th Street, Lafayette
$15 per luncheon, lunch served at 11:30 am, presentation begins at noon
Make reservations by 5:00 pm on the Monday prior to the luncheon

Call the YWCA to make a reservation, 765-742-0075

*January BOGO Special* Returning Network Lunch guests that pay regular price can bring a friend that is new to the Network Lunch Series for free!


Thank you to the Spring Network Luncheon Series Sponsor

 

January 13, 2016

Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski and West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis will discuss the future of our great cities. The mayors will talk about the innovative plans to develop and retain local talent, add amenities, and improve quality of life. they will also speak about the State Street and Wabash River Enhancement Projects.

Luncheon Sponsors:

  • Linda Cohen
  • American Senior Communities
  • Alzheimer's Care Coalition
  • Dr. Roger and Beth Bangs 

 

February 10, 2016

Tippecanoe County Superior Court 5 Judge Sean Persin will present Legal Aid 101, a discussion of the Tippecanoe County Court System and the changes that the courts have seen over recent years. Judge Persin will also offer ways that the community can be more involved.

Luncheon Sponsors:

  • Heritage Healthcare
  • Leta Kelley
  • Mary Reece 

 

March 9, 2016

Purdue University Police Officer Tenecia Waddell will discuss safety and situational awareness and the importance of police and community partnerships

Luncheon Sponsors:

  • American Senior Communities
  • Teena Flook
  • Nola Gentry - Gentry Farms
  • St. Mary Healthcare 

 

April 13, 2016

TippyConnect President Stacey Baisden will speak about what this organization is doing to keep young professionals involved in the community and what the community can do to help retain young talent.

Luncheon Sponsors:

  • Paulette Moody
  • Guardian Angel Hospice
  • St. Elizabeth Home Health 

 

May 11, 2016 

Indiana Teacher of the Year Kathy Nimmer will discuss a variety of challenges facing education today and offer ways the community can support teachers.

Luncheon Sponsors:

  • American Senior Communities
  • Alzheimer's Care Coalition
  • Cheryl Butcher, F.C. Tucker 

 

 

 

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