“The Four Spiritual Laws of Wealth” will be the topic by Bill Staton, a Chartered Financial Analyst with an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Bill has been Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer for Staton Financial Advisors, LLC, since its inception in 2000. He launched his financial services career at Interstate Securities (headquartered in Charlotte) as a securities analyst in 1971. While at Interstate, he became director of the equity research department and member of the management team and board of directors. He is the author of six books on investing.
November 11, 2016 Program
A Great Decisions Topic
Dr. Jacob Wobig, an assistant professor in political science at Wingate University, will speak on the United Nations.
Wobig received his Ph.D. at the University of Nebraska where he wrote his dissertation on international treaties by regional intergovernmental organizations to support democracy in their member states. He likes to teach about U.S. Constitutional Law and the politics of development. Dr. Wobig also studied law at the University of Iowa College of Law and practiced law before he began teaching. He has a passion for politics and throughout undergrad and law school he volunteered in local and statewide offices. At Wingate, he is advisor to the school’s Model UN Team
November 18, 2016 Program
“Top Scams in 2016: How you can protect yourself” will be presented by Tom Bartholomy, President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Southern Piedmont.
Mr. Bartholomy has 32 years of service to the Better Business Bureau, which has made him one of the leading experts in the country on frauds and scams. He has served or is currently serving on various boards and committees including Council of Better Business Bureaus, BBB Wise Giving Alliance, Better Business Bureau Operations Committee, and The BB National Survey Committee. In 2008, The Public Relations Society of America’s Charlotte Chapter selected Tom as the recipient of the prestigious Pegasus Award given to a non-PR professional who uses public relations to better the community and their organization.
November 25, 2016
No meeting today. Enjoy the Thanksgiving holidays.
Friday, December 2, 2016
Holiday Luncheon Carmel Country Club
This year our Holiday Luncheon will be held on Friday, December 2 at the Carmel Country Club, 4735 Carmel Road, Charlotte, (704) 542-2454, Terrace Room, overlooking the golf course.
Serving at 12 noon, arrival any time after 11:30 a.m.
Attire: Men- shirt with collar and slacks (no jeans)
Cost: $22 (all inclusive of tax and gratuity)
Tickets will be available at meetings in November until Thanksgiving. We have a “not-to-exceed” number for the room so buy your ticket early. Our menu will be a cup of soup, seasonal salad with sliced steak, rolls and butter, a chocolate mousse cup with berries and tea (iced and hot) and coffee.