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Community

Navy League Dinner

MONTGOMERY – The Aurora Navy League Council 247 will have its monthly dinner meeting April 18 in the private dining room at the rear (east side) of:Grandma's Table Restaurant, 1700 Douglas Road.

A reception will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed by dinner at 6. The meal includes a choice of fish, chicken, or beef, and soup or salad, dinner rolls, vegetables, dessert, and nonalcoholic drink. The cost is $20 all-inclusive (alcoholic drinks can be purchased separately). A fourth, lower-cost entree, a dinner salad, may be purchased for $12. It includes soup, dinner rolls, dessert, and nonalcoholic drink.

The after-dinner speaker will be Marc Buslik, Chicago Police Department District Commander of the 19th (town hall) District on the city’s north side. His topic will be "New Paradigms in Urban Policing." His presentation will discuss the fundamental components of organizational leadership – vision, mission, goals, and objectives – and their place within a new paradigm of police legitimacy. This paradigm uses a metaphor to provide context to the concept of the legitimate police agency, a mathematical model to illustrate the relationship between police agency goals and those of the community, and describes a method to achieve those goals.

The Aurora Council is having a membership drive, and will pay half of the first-year's dues for new members.

The public is welcome. First-time visitors can come to the meeting one time at no charge.

Call Leonard Wass with any questions at 630-554-9386.

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