Please join us on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 for a Passion Into Action dinner and hear our own JLNVB Sustainer, The Honorable Lydia C. Taylor, speak about “Saving the Taylor Whittle House.”
Judge Taylor has both a personal and League connection to the historic Taylor Whittle House that she is excited to share with us at our annual Passion into Action. We hope you can join us from 6 pm to 8 pm on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at the Broad Bay Country Club in Virginia Beach.
The Honorable Lydia C. Taylor is a native of Norfolk. She attended Sweet Briar College where she graduated in 1962. She earned her Masters in History from ODU and won the Fulbright Scholarship to Chile in 1968. She went to law school at William and Mary and graduated in 1980 at the age of 40. She spent three and a half years as an Assistant City Attorney. In 1985, Judge Taylor served as the first woman Judge outside of Northern Virginia on the General District Court and later served on the Circuit Court in 1988. She retired as the Chief Circuit Court Judge in 2007.
Judge Taylor has been a longtime member of the JLNVB. She has made countless contributions to our League and improvements to our community. She served on the Board in the 1980s and has also been chosen as a Sustainer of the Year.
To register for this event, please click here.
The cost for dinner is $30.