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If you have questions regarding any of these events please contact
Shirley Lautenbach at 299-3584, Don Lautenbach at 901-2170, or

*Member Event refund policy* - Important cancellation information listed at the bottom of the page.


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Friday, January 13, January Brunch

CALL members and friends are invited to the January Series Brunch featuring Todd Huizinga speaking on The European Union and Global Governance.

Todd Huizinga is a senior research fellow at the Paul B. Henry institute for the study of Christianity and Politics at Calvin College.  As a U.S. diplomat from 1992-2012, he served as deputy chief of mission at the U.S. embassy in Luxembourg, political counselor at the U.S. mission to the European Union in Brussels, consul for political and economic affairs at the U.S. consulates in Hamburg and Munich, and consul for public affairs at the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico. From 2014-2016 he was director of International Outreach for the Acton Institute.  He is an author and speaks five languages.

Brunch will begin at 9:30 am in the Willow room at the Prince Center.  Bus service is provided to and from the Covenant Fine Arts Center where we will enjoy reserved seating for Mr. Huizinga's lecture.

Cost: $19.00, includes brunch, speaker, bus service and reserved seating.

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Wednesday-Friday, April 5-7, Lincoln Legacy Trip

Our Lincoln Legacy trip has been scheduled in response to requests from a number of our CALL members.  This will be our fourth trip to Lincoln land.   Those who have gone previously are very enthusiastic about the trip and its historic content.  Their comments include "This is a trip every American should take."

The places we will visit include: the Lincoln Museum, New Salem Village, Lincoln tomb, the railroad station where Lincoln gave his farewell trip, the Capitol Building and the church the Lincoln family attended.  The three day trip will begin Wednesday, April 5 at 6:30 am and will conclude on Friday, April 7,  around 9:00 pm.

This trip is open to CALL members and their friends.

Cost - $399.00 per person (double occupancy).  Single room supplement $50.00. Send your reservation with a $50.00 deposit to the CALL office.  $200.00 due January 1, with the balance due March 1.Cost includes: deluxe bus,  lodging (double occupancy)  meals (one dinner on your own) and all admission fees.

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Wednesday, March 29, Spring luncheon

Local artist and Art Prize participant, Pamela Alderman, will present her work as an artist including her Art Prize entries.  Her talk will include an overview of her Art Prize work with the stories and amazing audience interaction as well as a section on "The Scarlet Cord."  Her "Scarlet Cord" work has taken her to the Super Bowl, Washington D.C., and other interesting places.  Her work is done for the glory of God and as is very evident in her presentation.

Cost - $19.00.  Questions - Call Shirley 299-3584

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If you have questions regarding any of these events please contact
Shirley Lautenbach at 299-3584 or Don Lautenbach at 901-2170. The email to use is

*Member Event refund policy*
For half-day events: no refund

For one-day events:
50% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 25 days or more before event;
25% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 16-24 days before event.
No refund will be issued 1-15 days before event.

For multiple-day trips:
No refund of deposit.
50% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 16-30 days before event.
No refund for a cancellation made 1-15 days before event.