[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Crossing the Finish Line
By Stephanie R. South, TDC National Coordinator
Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville.
Reason #10? The closing reception…
…Because if there is anything we know how to do besides put on one energy-filled, content-packed conference agenda, it’s celebrate our efforts and spend some quality time with our ADP/TDC peeps after all the hard work is done.
This year, our closing reception is even more special to us as we are hosting it at Patrick O’Shea’s on Main Street—for those of you who don’t know, Patrick O’Shea’s does phenomenal work in the Louisville community and donated some of its staff to our first annual Day of Service.
Things you need to know about the closing reception:
- There will be awesome food, including Kentucky-themed goodness (e.g., hot browns) in the Whiskey Cellar.
- Also in the Whiskey Cellar, a bluegrass band; yes, we got a band, and you can preview them by clicking here.
- If bluegrass isn’t your thing, no worries—we have a DJ and a dance floor; if it’s anything like last year, I would expect some Cupid’s Shuffle.
- On the third level of the venue (did we mention we have the whole place to ourselves?), we have a Mexican-themed menu and a patio waiting for you.
- It’s gonna be awesome.
So put on your favorite elastics waistband jeans and dancing shoes. You’re in for a ENGAGING (civically that is) night!