Thursday, August 27, 2020

Decalogue Society, Arab American Bar Association Building Bridges event set for Wednesday, September 9


The Decalogue Society and the Arab American Bar Association of Illinois are planning a Building Bridges event on Wednesday, September 9, from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m., that you may attend from wherever you choose, inasmuch as the event will be conducted via Zoom. If you have two devices, say, a tablet and a laptop, you can even attend this event and the Diversity Scholarship Foundation fundraiser that starts at the same time, but is scheduled to last an hour longer.

With Zoom, one really can be in multiple places at once. (And, if it's a concern for you, Decalogue Executive Director Aviva Patt advises that the Building Bridges program will last only about a half hour, with the balance of the time reserved for virtual mingling.) The honorees for this event are Arab American Bar Association President Marvet Sweis Drnovsek and Decalogue Recording Secretary, Judge Megan Goldish.

To register, click here or here. I'm not sure that telling you which link takes you where is entirely in the 'building bridges' spirit, so I'll let you figure that out for yourself.

But, all kidding aside, building bridges is much better than burning them. And may avoid the need for lifting them, too.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Your comedic skills suck.