TAYLOR — A dinner and celebration are set March 6, to recognize the 228th anniversary of the assumption of constitional rule of law in the United States.
The event is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. and last until 10 p.m. at the All Saints Banquet Hall, 24900 Brest Road in Taylor.
Admission is $50 for an individual or $85 per couple for the dinner, and $75 for an individual or $125 per couple for VIP Meet and Greet plus dinner.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Michigan Speaker of the House Tom Leonard (R-93rd District) will be honored at the dinner.
Schuette was first elected as state attorney general in 2010 and was re-elected in November.
Event organizers said Schuette is a “powerful” voice for victims, noting that he formed the state’s commission on human trafficking and engineered a plan to fund the testing of thousands of long-abandoned DNA evidence boxes for sexual assault victims.
Currently, Schuette is working to protect equal treatment to Michigan public universities and pensions of state police and firefighters. He is also investigating the Flint water crisis.
Leonard, of DeWitt Township, was elected to the 93rd District in November 2012.
He was re-elected to a second term in November 2014 and a third term in November 2016. His colleagues elected to him Speaker of the House this term.
Prior to being state representative, Leonard served as an assistant attorney general and was a prosecutor in Genesee County, where he served in the Special Criminal Division.
He also is an active member of the DeWitt Lion’s Club and the St. John’s Kiwanis Club.
To make a reservation for the event, go to http://12cdrc.org/events.html.
Group rates are available by calling 734-258-7220.