One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.


News & Record's Inside Scoop: "Politics, and as much food as you can eat"

"Former mayoral candidate George Hartzman will host an election eve "dinner and debate" Monday night.

In case you aren't tired of local politics, here's a chance to debate any topic you like.

Hartzman will give participants 60 seconds to discuss the topic of their choice (he suggests the planned performing arts center or the funding for the civil rights museum would be likely topics.) Then anyone in the audience has a chance to rebut the statement for 30 seconds.

Participation, Hartzman notes in the invitation, is not mandatory.

The debate is free, although you've got to buy dinner at the host site, the Golden Corral, 2419 Lawndale Dr., Greensboro.

Debate begins at 6:30."

Amanda Lehmert

Dinner & Debate

Monday, November 4, 2013.

6:30pm until 8:30pm

Topic: Tuesday's Election

Likely issues; Greensboro Performing Arts Center, Civil Rights Museum, Coliseum and Police Issues, Local and National Political Ethics, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and Entitlements, 2012’s Guilford County Real Estate Revaluation, Legal Ethics, Economics, Fun and Whatever Comes Up

From beginning to end, attendees will have the opportunity for 60 seconds to present any point of view on any subject.

Others can have 30 seconds to respond, before another topic begins, if not by a member of the audience, then by the moderator.

Audience participation is not mandatory

The format is designed after a class I have moderated at the Shepherd's Center of Greensboro.
Moderated by George Hartzman, Chief Economist and Lecturer
Think Professional Education

No cost with the purchase of a Golden Corral meal.

Meeting room doors open at 6pm, with the event beginning at 6:30

Golden Corral
2419 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro, NC

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