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JERSEY SHORE COLLABORATIVE LAW GROUP

Conflict Resolution-February 16, 2017

  • February 16, 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Apella's Greek Taverna

Registration

  • Register between Feb. 3 and Feb. 12th and cost will be $40.00
  • Registration after Feb. 13th or at the door will be $50.00

Dinner cost is $40.00 per member
Registration is closed

Please join us on February 16 at 6:00pm at Apella Greek Taverna located at 78 State Route 35 in Eatontown.

The evening will commence with a brief presentation by Danielle Forshee on Conflict Resolution: The Neurobiology of Empathy. Then the Executive Board of the NJ Council of Collaborative Practice Groups will be giving a speech with the group having Questions & Answers at the conclusion. 

The cost for dinner is $40.00 per member. There is no need to make a dinner selection ahead of time you can order when you there. Here is the dinner selections. 

Dinner will consist of family style appetizers and Greek Salad & Kria Pikilia (assortment of cold spreads & dips served with Pita) and Keftedakia (Greek Meatballs).

The dinner Entrées: 

     a.  Pork or Chicken Souvlaki Platter (kebobs)

     b.  Regular Moussaka

     c.  Spanakopita (spinach & cheese in puff pastry)

Dessert - vanilla or chocolate ice cream or rice pudding

 

 


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