I am getting a Object warning with my select case statement.

I am getting the following warning:

Operands of type Object used in expressions for 'Select', 'Case' statements; runtime errors could occur.

Here is the code that is causing the Warning:
It is on this line: "Select Case Me.lstMemberDescription.SelectedItem"

    Private Sub dtpJoinDate_ValueChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)

        If Me.lstMemberDescription.SelectedIndex > -1 Then
            Select Case Me.lstMemberDescription.SelectedItem
                Case "Organizational Member"
                    Me.dtpCancelDate.Value = Now
                Case "Ovation Voter"
                    Me.dtpCancelDate.Value = Now
                Case "Subscription only"
                    Me.dtpCancelDate.Value = DateAdd(DateInterval.Year, 2, Me.dtpJoinDate.Value)
                Case Is <> "Ovation Voter", Is <> "Organizational Member", Is <> "Subscription only"
                    Me.dtpCancelDate.Value = DateAdd(DateInterval.Year, 1, Me.dtpJoinDate.Value)
            End Select
        End If

    End Sub

How would I fix this warning?

Richard ComitoDirector of ITAsked:
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Hi GabicusC,

shouldn't you use SelectedValue ?

Richard ComitoDirector of ITAuthor Commented:

I switched to SelectValue but I am still getting the same warning.
Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
I remember now: .Text

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Richard ComitoDirector of ITAuthor Commented:
That is it.  Thanks emoreau!
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