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Swiss-born Albert Gallatin took charge of the US Treasury in 1801 and reduced the national debt by nearly 50 percent. What can t oday’s economic policymakers learn from this Founding Father to address the ―New Normal‖? Rotary is invited to participate in the Roundtable this Friday at the Union League Club. January 21, 2011 Registration: 7:30 AM Program: 8:00 — 9:00 AM Breakfast will be served RSVP by TODAY — January 18, 2011: email@example.com 312 915 4505 Please join us in commemorating the 250th birthday of Albert Gallatin – former U.S. Congressman, fourth and longest-serving Secre- tary of the U.S. Treasury, and one of the most prominent Swiss-Americans in history. This panel discussion is devoted to business issues and examining how we may prepare for the Union League Club Chicago long-te rm challenges of the current situation. Panelists: Honorable Jean Daniel Gerber, Swiss State Secretary for Economic Affairs Randall Eberts, President of the Upjohn Institute Terry Savage , Nationally Syndicated Financial Columnist Moderator: Eliza- beth Brackett , WTTW TV **** The Consul General of Austria Mag. Thomas Schnoell requests the pleasure of your company at a buffet dinner on Thursday, January 27 at 6.30 pm The evening is a gathering of fellow Rotary/One members and the Chicago International Trade Commissioners For business networking and fellowship. Please consider a donation to assist the worldwide collaborative effort of Rotary to eradicate Polic. Checks can be written to Rotary/One Foundation. Lake Point Tower 505 N. Lake Shore Dr., Apt. 6704 Chicago, IL 60611 Please r.s.v.p. by January 24, 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-372-3900 Valet Parking is available at the Lake Point Tower Garage – they have approx. 100 spots all together available – but they are also very busy. The costs are: 0-2 hours USD 22,00; 2-4 hours 26,00; 4-8 hours 32,00 Rotary Club of Chicago The world’s first service club founded in 1905.