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Important Event Information – Limited to 50 Attendees


After successful fall meetings with attendance capped at 50 due to Covid, our spring meetings will follow the same format: outdoors at the Tampa Yacht Club; seated with 6 diners per large table;  masks required until seated; cocktails served at the tables to minimize mingling.  Standing microphones will be available during the Q&A to further minimize contact.  The dress code will be relaxed, business casual. Both valet and self-parking (to reduce contact) will be available.  To further minimize risk, regrettably we will not include students at this event.  At the bottom of this meeting announcement, you will find the usual restrictions discouraging anyone with symptoms or otherwise presenting a risk from attending.

 

We appreciate the suggestions we’ve received regarding virtual meetings. Our national organization, ACFR, continues to provide valuable web-based content available to all Members. However, we believe our Members place particular value on personal Committee relationships which are not replicated in the virtual context.

Your input would be welcomed.

at dinner sept 2020

New Members

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Thomas L. Crisman, Professor
US Dept of State - Jefferson Science Fellow; School of Geosciences, University of South Florida
“Water Security as a Focal Point for US Foreign Policy”

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The American Committees on Foreign Relations is a non-partisan, national confederation of city Committees dedicated to dialogue on foreign relations between local and regional civic leaders in the heartland of America and policy makers, practitioners, and other experts drawn from both U.S. and foreign sources.

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