TCD Alumni Annual Dinner 2007
||Friday, November 2nd, 2007
||Steve Paikin Host of TV Ontario's The Agenda
||6.30 to 7.45 – Cash Bar
||7.45 pm (Business Dress, Black Tie Optional)
||$95 per person – three course dinner including wine.
RSVP: John Cary, Treasurer TCD Alumni Ontario, 9 Dartmouth Crescent, Toronto, M8V 1W9.
The National Club is on the right-hand side (east side) of Bay Street, half a block north of King Street. The closest parking garage is at Scotia Plaza, off Adelaide Street West, just east of Bay Street. There is a parking fee.
You can also take the Yonge subway to the King Steet station and walk from there. The following link provides more details and maps - http://www.thenationalclub.com/c_park.asp
We are especially fortunate to have Steve Paikin as our guest speaker. To quote from Steve Paikin's website (http://www.stevepaikin.com/), "For Steve Paikin, The Agenda is the latest challenge in an impressive journalism career that has also included newspaper and radio reporting, three books and national praise for the work he did moderating the federal leader's debate during the most recent national election campaign."
- Payment in advance is requested. Cheques to be made out to John Cary and sent to him at the address noted above John Cary, Treasurer TCD Alumni Ontario, 9 Dartmouth Crescent, Toronto, M8V 1W9).
- Please respond to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy of your e-mail to John Cary (email@example.com) as soon as possible, and no later than October 28th, so that numbers can be finalized.
- If you wish to make up a table (usually 8 people) please let us know as soon as possible how many people and their names.
- Please inform either myself and John Cary of any special dietary needs.
Steve Paikin writes "On The Agenda, we will engage viewers as citizens of this province and country on a range of issues, focusing on who we are and how we live our lives at the dawn of the 21st century. The Agenda will debate the most significant social, political, cultural, and economic ideas of our time. We will not be a newsmagazine show. We will not be looking to answer the question “what,” but rather “why?” So we’ll focus on doing that which you’ve told us over the years we do best: robust, thought provoking debate and discussion."
His books are:
Public Triumph, Private Tragedy - The Double Life of John P. Robarts
The Life - The Seductive Call of Politics
The Dark Side - The Personal Price of a Political Life
We are sure this will be a most interesting an entertaining evening and we ask you to attend and encourage any alumni you know to join us. As noted previously, spouses and friends of Trinity are also all very welcome. Please make a commitment to attend and let us know as soon as you can.
Contact: John Payne