FRS Events

If you're not at the table, you're on the menu.

Interested in sponsoring an event?

Contact foundation@frs.org 

FRS works to encourage dialogue about rural issues. We do this by hosting educational events on issues pertaining to rural America, broadband and its applications—smart agriculture, distance education, telemedicine—you name it. 

But hosting events (yes, even educational ones) requires resources. FRS also hosts fundraisers at all major NTCA conferences. A portion of each ticket sold to an FRS fundraiser, and all sponsorships, comes back to us and help us keep the rural voice at the table.

Join FRS at Fall Conference in Denver for our Backyard BBQ!

Monday, September 23, 2019
Mile High Station

6:30 P.M.—10:00 P.M.

Adult - $150

Child - $95

*$40 of the ticket is tax deductible

Join us for a fun-filled evening at the Mile High Station complete with outdoor games like cornhole and giant Jenga, live country music and a delicious barbeque buffet in a unique and exciting venue. Buses will shuttle you to and from the event with pickup and drop-off from the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.

Register for the event when you register for Fall Conference. If you need assistance registering for the Backyard BBQ, please contact foundation@frs.org.

Thank you to our Grand Sponsor: CoBank

Thank you to our event sponsors who help make this BBQ possible: CHR Solutions,  Herman and Whiteaker, LLC,  Interstate Telecom Consulting,  JSI,  Mapcom Systems,  Molalla Communications,  Pineland Telephone Cooperative, Inc.,  Riazzi, Rhyne & Swaim Investment Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, RiverStreet Communications, TVC Communications, Corning Optical Communications LLC, Womble Bond Dickinson

 

FRS Event at the George Town Club

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
1530 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC, 20007

Located in Washington, DC’s historic Georgetown neighborhood, the George Town Club occupies one of the few remaining 18th century frame buildings and is believed to have been John Suter’s Tavern circa 1783. It was at Suter’s Tavern where President George Washington, surveyor Andrew Ellicott, and then Architect of the Capitol, Major Pierre L’Enfant, met at least three times to plan the city that would become Washington, DC. This exclusive club is a warm, exclusive and elegant space to experience quintessential Washington, DC! Our entertainment for the evening will be the Georgetown Chimes, Georgetown University's oldest and only all men's acapella group.

All proceeds of this fundraising event support FRS programming, including scholarships for rural youth, community grants and valuable educational tools for consumers and policymakers. Your ticket purchase includes wine, a delicious 3-course dinner and live entertainment from The Georgetown Chimes.

Cost is $225 per ticket ($50 of this price is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law)

For registration, please contact foundation@frs.org.
 

*No denim or casual dress as allowed by the venue

Questions?

Contact Elise Panko at epanko@frs.org or 703-351-2034 to learn more about all FRS events and sponsorship opportunities.