90th Annual Meeting & Dinner to Feature Bill Scher on Foreign Policy & the Presidential Election


The World Affairs Council’s 90th Annual Meeting and Dinner will take place on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Springfield Sheraton at Monarch Place at 6:00 PM.  Bill Scher, Contributing Editor to POLITICO Magazine, will speak on “How 2016 Turned the Democrats into the National Security Party: Foreign Policy and the Upcoming Presidential Election”.

Please register by Thursday, October 6.

The evening will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a cash bar reception.  Dinner and the program will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are $50 per person and entree choices are chicken, vegetarian or fish.  Register online with a credit card here or call the office at 413-733-0110.

Bill Scher is also a regular contributor to The New Republic and Real Clear Politics. He is a Senior Writer at the Campaign for America’s Future, and co-hosts “The DMZ,” an online TV show with conservative CNN contributor Matt Lewis on Bloggingheads.tv. Bill is the author of “Wait!  Don’t Move to Canada!: A Stay-and-Fight Strategy to Win Back America”.  He has made appearances on C-SPAN, CNN International, MSNBC and NPR among other TV and radio outlets, and his opinion articles have been published by the New York Times, New York Daily News and the Chicago Sun-Times.

About Cynthia Melcher

Cynthia Melcher is Executive Director of the World Affairs Council of Western Massachusetts
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One Response to 90th Annual Meeting & Dinner to Feature Bill Scher on Foreign Policy & the Presidential Election

  1. Brigette Godwin says:

    Looking forward to this!
    I’ll keep an eye out for any forthcoming information!

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