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WSJ Society Reunion 2014

Join the Celebration!

25 Years of Service

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Reservations are required for both “Meet-up at HQ” and “Dinner-Dancing-Enjoying Friends.” All reservations are due Friday, September 12, 2014

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 The Warren S. Johnson Society was founded in 1989. This is our 25th year of community, enjoying old relationships and creating new ones with people who share career experiences and values from Johnson Controls. That’s 25 years of active engagement with each other and contribution to community. Let’s celebrate our past and spend some time to set a direction for the next 25 years. Here’s the schedule of activities for the day.

Meet-up at HQ”

Johnson Controls Corporate Headquarters

5757 N Green Bay Ave

 8:30/10:00 am Gather at Corporate HQ

Welcome and reconnect with friends over a light breakfast; catch a quick tour

10:00/11:00 am “Johnson Controls Today”

Alex Molinaroli, Johnson Controls CEO, will update us on the company today. What a great opportunity this is to learn directly from Alex!

 11:00/11:30 am “The Warren S. Johnson Society”

Let’s take some time to reflect on the direction for the WSJ Society to serve its members for the next 25 years.

A light lunch will be available 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

 12:00/2:00 pm “Ambassadors of Lifelong Engagement” (Click the title for more)

Lifelong engagement is good for mind and body, for our communities, and, companies thrive in creative, engaged communities. That’s a winning proposition all around! We’ll have a series of small group discussions to share your experiences, engagement in career, in retirement, and in the transition.

Dinner-Dancing-Enjoying Friends”

Italian Conference Center

631 E Chicago St

5:00/6:00 pm Gather & Enjoy Friends (Cash Bar)

6:00/7:30 pm Dinner is Served

Mediterranean Salad with your choice of:

Entrees will be served with Angelhair pasta and glazed carrots,

Strawberries and Cream Torte for Dessert

7:30/9:30 pm Dancing to the music of the “One More Time Band” – they play it all!