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May 12 2016 CALL Meeting

Registration for the May CALL business meeting is now open and can be done at ttps://caoll.wildapricot.org/event-2224663

Date: May 12, 2016
Location: Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse – 33 West Kinzie Avenue, Chicago, IL  60654
Time: Registration begins at 11:30, Lunch begins at 12:00 Noon
Cost: $25.00

Registration for the meeting will close at 1:00 PM on Friday, May 6 2016

Topic
The speaker for the May meeting is Jason Kunesh, CEO of Public Good Software, a for-purpose startup serving the public good through technology in Chicago. Mr. Kunesh will be speaking about how startups and technology are breaking ground in social entrepreneurship. He will speak about working on the Obama for America presidential campaign, his work with Public Good, and the program that led them to incubate Public Good in the Harold Washington Public Library. That program was a first of its kind in the nation.

About the Speaker
Mr. Kunesh was Director of User Experience at Obama for America, a founder of Fuzzy Math, on the founding team of ThePoint (which grew up to be Groupon), an early designer at Orbitz, an adjunct faculty member at DePaul University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a bouncer at the Green Mill.

Menu
Mixed green salad with Italian vinaigrette (vegan)
Entrée (served buffet style)

  • Chicken Vesuvio with quartered potatoes and sweet peas
  • Lump crab cake with herb roasted potatoes with garlic butter, green beans with lemon oil and caper remoulade
  • Orecchietti, arugula, pine nuts, lemon, garlic, extra virgin olive oil

Dessert

  • Eli’s Chicago style cheesecake with strawberry compote

Coffee, tea, soft drinks, water, juices, iced tea, lemonade

Community Service Project
We are collecting new children’s books the SitStayRead program for children ages 6 to 10, 1st to 4th grades.For more than a decade, SitStayRead has been making a difference in the lives of some of the lowest-income students living in Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods. In 13 years, the program has grown from a pilot in one city library to an established curriculum in 16 schools and five community centers. SitStayRead accomplishes its mission of improving literacy skills and fostering a love of learning in at-risk children using patient, gentle dogs as part of the educational team. The dogs of all shapes, sizes, ages, and breeds infuse a sense of fun into the learning process while providing a non-judgmental ear to students who may not be comfortable reading aloud to their peers.
http://www.sitstayread.org/

Cash Donations
Special Olympics Chicago provides year-round training and competition in 22 sports for nearly 6,000 individuals with intellectual disabilities. This gives these individuals continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. Your support allows SCC/Special Olympics Chicago to offer the best quality training and competition experience to the athletes of Special Olympics Chicago.
http://sochicago.org/

Meeting Sponsor
This month’s meeting sponsor is Wolters Kluwer

Door Prizes
Two gift cards will be raffled during the meeting courtesy of LexisNexis.  Check out their InfoPro for news and tips for librarians.

Please note the CALL No-Show and No Walk-In Policy for Business Meetings

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