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Arizona - Bill of Rights Day Schedule of Events-Last chance to RSVP for this very special event

Written by Subject: Bill of Rights
(THE B.O.R. EVENT IS THE SAME NIGHT AS THE FINAL GOP PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE FROM IOWA BEFORE THE CAUCUS. THE HANCOCK'S WILL TAPE THE DEBATE AND FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO WANT TO COME OVER AND WATCH THE DEBATE AFTER THE BILL OF RIGHTS DAY EVENT ENDS, PLEASE COME BY THE HANCOCK'S AT 4886 W PORT AU PRINCE LANE - 47TH AVENUE S OF GREENWAY, JUST DOWN THE STREET FROM THE B.O.R. EVENT)  
 
1. Bill of Rights Day Schedule of Events -- and MENU, below.

Don't miss this heart-warming, family-friendly celebration
of our great American heritage. This is your last chance to
RSVP for this very special event.


Thursday, Dec. 15, doors open 5 p.m.

Double click to RSVP:
bor-day@gunlaws.com?subject=BOR-Day-2011



Location:


Deer Valley Church
15220 N. 39th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053
(602)-978-0041
SW cor. 39th Ave. and Greenway
1.5 miles west of I-17, off the Greenway exit
Enter from 39th Ave.


Food and Drink:

Hot and cold dinner buffet:
Hot Layered Enchilada from Manuel's Mexican Restaurant
Chicken fingers
Mixed salad with dressings
Way cool Smoked Turkey, Bacon and Ham Club Sandwiches on Toasted Ciabatta bread
Homemade chips and salsa
Cheese platters
Veggie platters
Regular and diet assorted sodas, water, coffee (decaf and regular), iced tea

Timing:

4 PM Exhibitor set up begins
5 PM Doors open -- Meet, mingle, munchies and live music
6 PM Program begins
7 PM Reading of the Bill of Rights
7:15 PM Community discussion of the health of the Bill Of Rights
9 PM Last stragglers trickle out


Featuring:



Patrick Henry will be our special guest of honor!
Be there to hear the words of this famous patriot as they
fill the room with an impassioned cry for freedom.
(Portrayed by Dr. Lance Hurley)



Featuring Charles Goyette
New York Times best-selling author and Arizona-based radio talk-show host.




Featuring Nick Dranias
Director of the Center for Constitutional Government, at the Goldwater Institute.



Featuring Chris Bliss
The man who spent years getting approval for a Bill of Rights Monument at the Arizona Capital -- the first in the nation! The effort was successful, they'll break ground soon, and the rest of the nation is watching, eager to follow in Arizona's footsteps! Come to learn more.



The Cartridge Family Band
"Spreading peace and freedom through music... and threats if necessary."
http://www.gunlaws.com/CFB-BandInfo.htm



Solemn Reading of the United States Bill of Rights.

Town Hall discussion of the Bill's health.


Live musical entertainment during the eat-meet-and-greet hour from 5 to 6

Live renditions of the National Anthem, Patriotic songs and seasonal music
Featuring soloist
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Literature tables will be available on a first-come first-served basis
to civic-minded organizations. No commercial enterprises please.
CONTACT
Renee Houlihan: sheseekstruth777@yahoo.com, 602-751-0279.


Your hosts:

Wes Harris: Facility, Refreshments, Entertainment, wwharris40@gmail.com, 602-432-2871
Renee Houlihan: Exhibitors, Coordination, sheseekstruth777@yahoo.com, 602-751-0279
Alan Korwin: Invitations, Program, News Media, alan@gunlaws.com, 602-996-4020

The history of this event:
http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR-CommitteeReport1.htm




Full invitation:




Celebrate this:





Bill of Rights Day Thurs. 12/15/11

Public Reading of Bill of Rights Commemorates American Freedom
Join us.


 Double click to RSVP:
bor-day@gunlaws.com?subject=BOR-Day-2011

Still some seats left, better hurry.



Public Appears Eager To Enforce BOR Against Government
Outrageous usurpations motivate the public -- and the states -- to push back.


ALL GROUPS WELCOME   --   TELL YOUR SUPPORTERS
For exhibitor space contact Renee Houlihan, sheseekstruth777@yahoo.com


Honor the Bill of Rights on the day The Bill was first ratified in 1791.


An evening you won't forget, with special guest Patrick Henry, other national notables, and a solemn reading, out loud, from a parchment copy of the document that changed the world. Refreshments, live music, companionship, a splendid time is guaranteed for all.

Can't get to Phoenix? Celebrate at a place near you.
http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR%20Day%202006.htm#BillOfRightsEventPlanning

Dec. 15 this year is a Thursday, mark your calendars now.


The Schedule of Events:

Patrick Henry
will be our special guest of honor!
Be there to hear the words of this famous patriot as they
fill the room with an impassioned cry for freedom.
(Portrayed by Dr. Lance Hurley)

Featuring Charles Goyette
New York Times best-selling author and Arizona-based radio talk-show host.


Featuring Nick Dranias
Director of the Center for Constitutional Government, at the Goldwater Institute.

Featuring Chris Bliss
The man who spent years getting approval for a Bill of Rights Monument at the Arizona Capital -- the first in the nation! The effort was successful, they'll break ground soon, and the rest of the nation is watching, eager to follow in Arizona's footsteps! Come to learn more.

The Cartridge Family Band
"Spreading peace and freedom through music... and threats if necessary."
http://www.gunlaws.com/CFB-BandInfo.htm


Solemn Reading of the United States Bill of Rights.

Town Hall discussion of the Bill's health.


Live musical entertainment during the eat-meet-and-greet hour from 5 to 6

Live renditions of the National Anthem, Patriotic songs and seasonal music

Literature tables will be available on a first-come first-served basis
to civic-minded organizations. No commercial enterprises please.
CONTACT
Renee Houlihan: sheseekstruth777@yahoo.com, 602-751-0279.



Last year we were at the Wrigley Mansion
In classic American Colonial style,
this year's commemoration takes place in a church,

where, during the Founding days, significant public meetings were routinely held
(with the exception of some pretty interesting meetings in pubs!).


Location:

Deer Valley Church
15220 N. 39th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053
(602)-978-0041
SW cor. 39th Ave. and Greenway
1.5 miles west of I-17, off the Greenway exit
Enter from 39th Ave.


The caterers need a mouth count, so YOU MUST RSVP to attend


Double click to RSVP:
bor-day@gunlaws.com?subject=BOR-Day-2011

Respond asap, we expect a capacity crowd.
DO NOT CHANGE THE SUBJECT LINE of this email when you reply.



Your hosts:

Wes Harris: Facility, Refreshments, Entertainment, wwharris40@gmail.com, 602-432-2871
Renee Houlihan: Exhibitors, Coordination, sheseekstruth777@yahoo.com, 602-751-0279
Alan Korwin: Invitations, Program, News Media, alan@gunlaws.com, 602-996-4020

The history of this event:
http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR-CommitteeReport1.htm




This is your chance to take a few moments from your day, assemble with like-minded Americans, and honor the document that helps make us who we are -- defining the limits on government, and setting the baseline for a free nation.

Committees of Correspondence nationwide are beginning to prepare for Bill of Rights commemorations. In years past people left in awe at the grandeur and significance, after reading one of the most famous writings the world has ever seen. If you can't attend -- simple instructions for holding you own event locally are linked below. Pick a place, invite a few people, read the Bill of Rights, easy. You're an American. Do it.


Double click to RSVP:
bor-day@gunlaws.com?subject=BOR-Day-2011


We plan a presentation on the background of the Bill of Rights, then
We the people will read the Bill of Rights aloud from parchment copies.
Afterwards, we will discuss its health in Town Hall fashion.


A splendid light appetizer buffet and beverages will be served.

 
The Agenda:

Bill of Rights Day Celebration in Phoenix
Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011
Only $15 per person, payable at the door
Students with ID $10.

Deer Valley Church
15220 N. 39th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053
602-978-0041
SW cor. 39th Ave. and Greenway
1.5 miles west of I-17, off the Greenway exit

4 PM Set up begins
5 PM Doors open -- Meet, mingle, munchies and music
6 PM Program begins
7 PM Reading of the Bill of Rights
7:15 PM Community discussion of the health of the Bill Of Rights
9 PM Last stragglers trickle out



The caterers need a mouth count, so YOU MUST RSVP to attend

Double click to RSVP:
bor-day@gunlaws.com?subject=BOR-Day-2011

Respond asap, we expect a capacity crowd.
DO NOT CHANGE THE SUBJECT LINE of this email when you reply.


 

Simple steps for planning your own event if you can't get to Phoenix:
http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR%20Day%202006.htm

 

Reports from prior events, with the lighter AND darker side of it:
http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR-Day-2008-Report.htm

2008 recap (at the Wrigley Mansion):
http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR-Day-2008.htm

The Bill of Rights
http://www.gunlaws.com/TheBillOfRights.htm
 

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