Lobby of the Charley Creek Inn
A Post-Election Seminar
Thank you for joinng us at the foundation's annual discussion Dec. 2-3 (attend both days or just one). We hope to leave behind the posture of a national presidential election and turn toward the duties and responsibilities of individual citizens in a constitutional republic. It is part of our attempt as a foundation to become better prepared for a historic time of reassessment and reappraisal.
In that regard, we are fortunate to employ the wisdom of two exceptional men:
Eric Schansberg, Ph.D., an adjunct scholar of the foundation and author of "Turn Neither to the Right Nor to the Left: A Thinking Christian's Guide to Public Policy." Schansberg establishes an ethical and practical framework for discussing public policy. You will never read the headlines the same way again.
The Rev. Dr. Daniel Lee Gard, president of Concordia University Chicago, will discuss "Christians in a Civil Society." Dr. Gard, Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy (Retired), oversaw military chaplain operations in Navy, Marine and Coast Guard Reserve units around the world.
(Tickets only, Saturday Dec. 3 in the Cloud Room; discussion from 10-12 a.m. followed by lunch presentations.)
You have the option of joining Dr. Schansberg, Andrea Neal, John Kessler and other invited scholars the afternoon and evening before in a "No Name Tag" discussion in the restaurant/bar area. Continuous prattle mixed with serious strategy; arrive when you can and stay until closing.
(No tickets, individual checks, 18 percent gratuity, Friday Dec. 2 in the Gatsby Room, 2 p.m.-11:30 p.m.)
Those arriving Friday or staying over should reserve their room directly (not through a third-party travel service) with the Charley Creek Inn before Nov. 30 for a 10 percent lodging discount. Use the group name "Indiana Policy Review."
When & Where
The Indiana Policy Review Foundation
The foundation is a nonprofit education foundation focused on state and municipal issues. It is free of outside control by any individual, organization or group. It exists solely to conduct and distribute research on Indiana issues.