Please join the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia in recognizing the contributions that former Gov. Ed Rendell has made to the engineering profession and to the public in general throughout his career as an elected official.
Mr. Rendell was first elected to public office in 1977 when he made a successful run to become the District Attorney of Philadelphia County, a position he held from 1978 to 1986. He returned to public service following his election as Mayor of the City of Philadelphia in 1991, serving for two terms from 1992 to 2000. In 2002, he was elected as Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a position he held for two terms from 2003 until 2011.
Mr. Rendell has been a tireless supporter and advocate for increased funding for and improvements to public infrastructure, both while in elected office and since his return to private life. He has continually been in the forefront in his recognition of engineers and the engineering profession to achieve these goals for infrastructure. The Engineers’ Club is pleased to cite his contributions and support through our awarding of the George Washington Medal to Mr. Rendell.
Loews Hotel, Congress A (4th Floor)
12th and Market Streets
Friday, June 7, 2013
11:30 Cash Bar
1:00 Presentation and Remarks
$60 Club Members / $70 non-members (on or before May 31, 2013)
$70 Club Members / $80 non-members (after May 31, 2013)
Reservations after May 31 will be on a space-available basis
You can download a flyer here.
Mail: Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia
215 S. 16th Street, Suite 16
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Make checks payable to Engineers' Club of Philadelphia
Payment will be expected for all reservations regardless of attendance