The J.

Reuben Clark Law Society, the BYU Management Society and the BYU Alumni Association invite you to attend an Evening with

Stephanie and Christian Nielson

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Date: Time: Location: Saturday, September 17, 2010 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Penney Ranch, 1850 Creekside Lane Loomis, California
East from Sacramento on I-80 to Sierra College Blvd Exit Left (north) on Sierra College Blvd. Left on Creekside Lane (continue to the end of the road)

RSVP no later than September 8th online at the BYU Management Society website: http://ms.byu.edu/sacramento. Registration Instructions: Go to the chapter website and click on "Calendar" at the top of the page and find the month of September. Then click on the "Annual J. Reuben Clark Law Society Annual Dinner" on the calendar and click on "Register" in the window that will pop up.

$30 per person, $55 per couple Fajita bar dinner served. Please dress casually.

Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson, LLP Penney and Associates Martin Orthodontics

Sponsors

Downey Brand LLP Hunt and Jeppson, LLP Golfland Sunsplash

Additional corporate sponsorships still available. Please call Fred Penney at (916) 784-3566 with any questions or to request sponsorship details.
Stephanie Nielson was born, raised, and married in Provo, UT. She is a popular blogger and author of “nieniedialogues.com.” From 2005 to 2008, her blog steadily grew in popularity and readership. Her blog entries are a natural portrayal of life as a wife, mother, Latter-day Saint, daughter, sister, citizen, etc. In the summer of 2008 she and her husband Christian were involved in a serious airplane accident. A close friend perished from his injuries and Christian and Stephanie survived the crash with burns covering arms, legs, face, and hands. She has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show with Matt Lauer, and the Glenn Beck Program. In these interviews she explains why she believes she beat the odds of surviving their tragic accident and what life is like with her new appearance and physical limitations. Although reconstructive surgery is an ongoing requirement for Stephanie she maintains a joyful attitude for life as it was meant to be and living the roles she loves.

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