• April 18, 2019 | 12:15 P.M.

    April Lunch & Learn by Plymouth Women

    Waveland Hall

    Please join us April 18 at 12:15 for lunch and a fascinating program from Iowa Legal Aid’s Executive Director, Nick Smithberg. Nick will explain how Legal Aid’s experienced and dedicated attorneys are working to close the justice gap, maintain communities, and protect the legal rights of clients in our state.

    Cost for the meal is $10 and reservations are due by noon on April 16.  Register by calling the church office (515.255.0149), in person Sunday, April 14 in Waveland Hall, or below.

    If you forget to make a reservation, you are invited to bring your own lunch and enjoy our program.  All are welcome!

    We're sorry, registrations for lunch closed on Tuesday, Apr. 16 at noon. You are still welcome to attend the program only.

     

     

     

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