How’s Rahm Doing? Update, Amisha Patel of Grassroots Collaborative joins panel

Join friends & supporters of the Community Media Workshop for a unique panel discussion and reception reviewing Mayor Emanuel’s first six months in office.

WHO:

  • Amisha Patel, Grassroots Collaborative
  • Richard Barnett, veteran West Side political organizer
  • Ricardo Muñoz, 22nd Ward alderman
  • Don Rose, independent political analyst
  • Moderated by David Stewart, WLS-AM and longtime City Hall reporter

WHEN: Wednesday November 2, 2011, 5 pm to 8 pm (program at 6 pm)

WHERE: The Cliff Dwellers Club, 200 South Michigan Avenue, 22nd Floor
$25 per person. Appetizers and cash bar.
Door prize raffle: Win a signed copy of Studs Terkel’s memoir Touch and Go 

To RSVP, click here or please call Maggie Walker at 312-369-6400.

 

Have you seen the view from the Cliff Dweller’s club?

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