Greetings fellow IML members,
Here we are in 2020! I never thought I would get here. Our first IML session begins Feb. 4 with John Sellars, executive director of the History Museum on the Square, and ends with Helen White describing the Boonville Road/Mail Route, a history of early settlers along the Boonville Road on April 28. We have planned a great line-up for you in between.
All meetings will be held on the lower level of the Olin Library at Drury University from 2-3 p.m. each Tuesday during the months of February, March and April.
If you know someone who is not a member and wishes to join, the fee is $35. Invite them to come and check us out; the first visit is free.
See you in February.
Ray VanOstran, Chair
There are a variety of reasons why so many people join the IML.
Among them are:
Regardless of why you may join the IML, we look forward to you joining our group.
Our members come from a wide-variety of backgrounds. Among our members are housewives, career care-givers as well as folks from such fields of education, health care, the military, real estate and many other professions. Anyone can join and the more diverse the group, the more interesting the membership experience!