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For The Good of Illinois: Lech Walesa Returns to Chicago

Chicago Daily Observer 30 September 2010 One Comment

On October 28, 2010 the champion of freedom who brought Communism to its knees once again visits Illinois. The former President of Poland, Lech Walesa will headline a series of events with “For the Good of Illinois” less than a week before one of Illinois’ most historic elections.

The visit commences with a private breakfast with President Walesa followed by a luncheon open to the public.

October 28, 2010

Breakfast 8am
Luncheon 12pm

University Club of Chicago
76 E Monroe
Chicago, IL

Join leaders of the conservative movement for a discussion of the biggest issues facing the nation through the lens of the President’s experiences.

Last time President Walesa visited he made international news with his clarion call that, “…America is sliding toward socialism…” Make sure to attend the luncheon as not to miss the President’s next round of inspiring remarks.

Please see the invitation below for the details of both events and RSVP as not to miss out on this unique opportunity to meet than man who brought Poland out of Communism, experience we can all learn from.

One Comment »

  • Mary said:

    His brother lives in Evanston…so it’s a two-fer for Lech Walesa.

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