Boston Program Updates and Fat Spaniel Wine

David Kopans, our invited guest, has just informed me that his company Fat Spaniel has its own vineyard! There is a story behind this that he promises to share with us, as well as talking about clean technologies, which is the focus of our Wednesday 4 June Leadership Luncheon (ignore previous typos: the Leadership Luncheon is always on Wednesday).

I admit the irony of holding a monthly luncheon in a wine cellar where - to date - no one has ever drunk any wine. That will change on the 4th, as David provides samples from the vineyard.

As you know, clean tech is one of Governor Patrick's top strategic initiatives. He, through our colleagues in the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development will be eager to hear the ideas shared by LSE alumni and friends. Note the article below about the May luncheon to get an idea of how involved we have become in such economic development issues.

Advance registration is strongly recommended. It guarantees both brilliant company and a 3-course dinner at a reduced rate.

Another import advisory: We have confirmed that several local media executives will be attending next Wednesday 28 May's reception at the British Consulate, where they will meet Charlie Beckett, an international journalist and LSE faculty member who has been appointed Director of the new LSE media thinktank, POLIS. Please register now, as space is limited.

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If you have any questions of suggestions, pleace contact us by email to boston@aflse.org



Boston Lunch: An Economic Development Tool for the Commonwealth
Tuesday, 05/20/08 at 1:13pm
Making Progress the First Wednesday of Each Month

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