Our June 2016 Meeting:
Meetings are held at the Erie Yacht Club in Erie PA and begin at 6:00 pm with a social hour and dinner, followed by our program/speaker. Enter from West 6th Street on Kahkwa Blvd, North to Virginia Ave, and turn right on Virginia Ave to the Yacht Club. Tell the attendant you are with the Torch Club.
Our Dinner Menu:
Dinner Menu: We will have a two Entrée Buffet.
Our Guest Speaker:
Corrine Egan, Great Books Discussion Group , Jefferson Education Society, Erie Pennsylvania.
Topic:For reservations; please E-Mail the Torch Club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her topic will be "First Ladies in a Time of Crisis"
Our presenter for this evening is will be one of our own members, Corrine Egan, Great Books Discussion Group, Jefferson Education Society, Erie Pennsylvania.
Corrine Halperin Egan has contributed to the Jefferson Educational Society since April of 2009. Presently, she runs a Great Books discussion group each semester for the Jefferson and delivers four lectures a year on Remarkable American Women.
Corrine was semi-retired, working as a management consultant and coordinator for the Global Issues Forum at Mercyhurst, when Dr. William P. Garvey approached her and asked her to come to work at the Jefferson. Prior to her ‘retirement’, she served as Executive Director of the NWPA Area Labor Management Council. Other positions have included Community Education Coordinator at Mercyhurst, Director of the Erie Branch of the American Cancer Society, Executive Director of the YWCA. She was a founder and Executive Director of COVE, Council on Volunteers for Erie County.
Corrine is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Mercyhurst and also attended University of Michigan. She has served on the Pennsylvania Commission for Women and was President of Temple Anshe Hesed, Erie County Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse and the Women’s Roundtable. Her awards include the Women’s Roundtable’s coveted Woman of the Year award and Outstanding Alumna of Mercyhurst. She was honored as one of the Mercy Center for Women’s Dynamic Women as well as a Pennsylvania‘s Most Influential Woman.
“The Jefferson allows me to use my creativity and background to add to my own knowledge, as well as that of the community,” she noted. “What better way to spend my time and energy.”
Please join us on June 1, 2016 at 6:00 pm, for our pre-dinner cocktail and chat time and remember to bring your friends and acquaintances. Reservations are required.
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