The Aurora Navy League Council 247 will host its monthly dinner meeting on Tuesday. The meeting will be in the private dining room at the rear of Grandma's Table Restaurant, 1700 Douglas Road, Montgomery. You do not need to be a member of the Navy League, or have a reservation, to attend the meeting. The general public is welcome.
A reception will begin at 5:15 p.m. followed by dinner at 6 p.m. The dinner includes a choice of three entrees (fish, chicken or beef), soup or salad, dinner rolls, vegetables, dessert and nonalcoholic drink. The cost is $20 all-inclusive (alcoholic drinks can be purchased separately). A fourth, lower-cost entree, a dinner salad, may be purchased for $12. It includes soup, dinner rolls, dessert and nonalcoholic drink.
The after-dinner speaker will be Terry Hake, who will speak on "Operation Greylord: The True Story of America's Biggest Undercover Corruption Bust." Hake was the person who wore the "wire" taping conversations with corrupt judges and attorneys in Cook County for three years starting in 1980. He was a prosecuting state's attorney to begin with and later an FBI agent in the undercover sting.
The Navy League is a civilian organization started by President Teddy Roosevelt to provide civilian support the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine and Sea Cadets.
For more information, call Leonard Wass at 630-816-7612.