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The Community Spotlight
Intimate conversations with the local luminaries of our community

City Club of Eugene Executive Director Silver Mogart City Club of Eugene President-Elect Eric Richardson

Current City Club of Eugene President Joel Korin Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97405

Jessie Ghiglieri and Eric Richardson

Please joins us at Tsunami Books for the first Community Spotlight of the new year. City Club President-Elect Eric Richardson will be interviewing current City Club President Joel Korin
on Wednesday, January 23rd at Tsunami Books at 6 pm. This event is presented by the City Club of Eugene.

Interviewee: Joel Korin
Joel Korin is a transplant from New Jersey, he was elected president of the City Club of Eugene on May 4 of 2018. After retiring from his practice as a trial lawyer, he moved to Eugene to be closer to his kids and grandkids. Both he and his wife started volunteering in this community. Joel Korin advocates for the “civil and civic discourse” that the City of Eugene Club represents.

Admission

Suggested donation of $5-$10. No one will be turned away, light refreshments and desert will be provided.

Contact: Silver Mogart, Executive Director, City Club of Eugene; (541) 485-7433; administrator@cityclubofeugene.org

The mission of City Club of Eugene is to build community vision through open inquiry. We explore a wide range of significant local, state, and national issues and help to formulate new approaches and solutions to problems. Club members have a direct influence on public policy by discussing issues of concern with elected officials and other policy makers. Membership is open to all.