What can we do to assist the next generation of leaders? Find out over dinner with TFAS alumnus and Seattle-based talk radio host Kirby Wilbur (ICPES 73) on Wednesday, March 14. TFAS supporters and alumni are invited to join TFAS at Ruth’s Chris Steak House for a discussion with Mr. Wilbur on helping tomorrow’s leaders as well as an exciting update on activities at The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) by local alumni and Vice President Ed Turner.
Wednesday, March 14
6 p.m. Reception • 7 p.m. Dinner
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
565 Bellevue Square
Bellevue, WA 98004
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
As a college student, Kirby Wilbur attended the Engalitcheff Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems (ICPES) with TFAS in 1973. In addition to his radio show on Seattle’s KVI AM 570, Wilbur previously worked as state director of Americans for Prosperity and executive director of the National Journalism Center.
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THANK YOU TO OUR HOST COMMITTEE
Barb and Jim Kenney
The Honorable Slade Gorton
Steve Buri, Discovery Institute • John F. Dogero (CSS 06, IIPES 06) • Alan M. Gottlieb (ICPES 70)
Jeffrey M. Hawkinson (IBGA 95)