Thursday, December 14, 2006

Updated Let's Make December 15 A Bill Of Rights Day To Remember

Be sure to read all the way to the bottom to see the latest updates. See if there will be a Bill Of Rights Day event in your area.

On Friday, November 24,2006 I posted a message about a Bill Of Rights Day Resolution, something I'd like to see more of. I was just reading an e-mail I got from Alan Korwin of the Bloomfield Press that also mentions Bill Of Rights Day. It tells of a Bill Of Rights Day event/luncheon that will take place in Phoenix, Arizona.

Don't Miss the Bill of Rights Day Luncheon Dec. 15

For Immediate Release
Contact: Alan Korwin at Bloomfield Press, 602-996-4020


Special presentation by "Patrick Henry" now planned --
Special presentation by "Patrick Henry" now planned --


Activist, author, and actor Dr. Lance Hurley will deliver, in full period costume, excerpts from Patrick Henry's speech attacking the dangers and the flaws of the Constitution, and his instrumental role in establishing the Bill of Rights to remedy his concerns. History has proven that his concerns were valid. Don't miss this historical extra. YOU MUST RSVP to attend (see below).

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An open invitation:

BILL OF RIGHTS DAY LUNCHEON
BILL OF RIGHTS DAY LUNCHEON
BILL OF RIGHTS DAY LUNCHEON



Make a little time to celebrate your precious rights.
Reflect on what makes America great!

Left, right, centrist, statist, libertarian, no matter.
Bill of Rights Day is one thing that brings us together.

We will read the original Bill of Rights out loud from a parchment copy, and then jointly discuss its health in roundtable style. Is it working? Are there threats to our rights? What are the future prospects?

Join us in Phoenix, or at an event near you.
You will remember this experience for a long time to come.

The Goldwater Institute is graciously providing the use of its auditorium for this special event:

Goldwater Institute, 500 East Coronado Road, Phoenix.
One block north of McDowell, west of 7th Street.

A delicious hot buffet luncheon will be provided for $15, payable at the door.

The caterer needs a mouth count,
so YOU MUST RSVP by email to attend:
alan@bloomfieldpress.com
Respond no later than 12/12/06!
Do NOT change the subject line of this email when you reply.


The Bill of Rights Luncheon
Friday, December 15, 2006
At the Goldwater Institute auditorium
500 E. Coronado Ave., Phoenix
1 block N. of McDowell, W. of 7th St.
High noon to 1:30 p.m.


P.S. Are you too busy or too far away to join us? Hold your own luncheon! Gather with friends on Fri., Dec. 15, go to lunch, and read the Bill of Rights -- aloud. It's a magical moment, as the words sing out. Take time in your busy schedule to enjoy this reflective pause, and recount the tremendous values these freedoms have brought to you, your family and the world.


This gave me an idea. I'm sure this will not be the only Bill Of Rights Day event that will be held this year. Every time I hear of one between now and December 15 I will update this post. If you know of a Bill Of Rights Day event that will be taking place in your area leave some information about it in the Comment Section of the most recent update and try to attend the event yourself. Let's see if we can make Bill Of Rights Day 2006 one of the best in recent history.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.


Updated, December 5, 2006

If your going to be in Milwaukie, Oregon on December 15, 2006 it looks like you'll get a chance to attend a great Bill Of Rights Day celebration, but you must act quickly. Seating is limited.

ALERT FROM JEWS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF FIREARMS OWNERSHIP
America's Aggressive Civil Rights Organization

December 1, 2006

JPFO ALERT: This Just In!
We wanted to alert our readers to a Bill of Rights
celebratory event sponsored by JPFO supporter Renee
Kimball & Hugo Schulz.

Held at the Bomber Restaurant in the Wings of Freedom
Museum, the event will feature lots of great food and the
opportunity to view the historical items in the museum, as
well as a reading the Bill of Rights. PLUS each person
attending will receive a copy of the Constitution!

If that's not enough, you'll get the opportunity to meet
Louise de Beauclair, who in World War II served as a test
pilot, shuttling newly-manufactured bombers to military
bases. Women were used in this position because they were
considered "expendable" by the military, which gives you
an idea of the Louise's bravery.

EVENT INFORMATION
Friday, December 15th from 6-9pm
"The Bomber Restaurant"
13515 SE McLoughlin Blvd
Milwaukie, Oregon
in the "Wings of Freedom Museum"
red building on the right just behind the Weeping
Willow tree

If you plan to attend, please R.S.V.P. as there is limited
room! PH: 503-238-6973 or email Renee@EnufWaste.com

There will also be a Bill Of Rights Day celebration in Lake Worth, Florida.

The Constitution Committee of the United States/Florida
is planning a Bill of Rights Day celebration in Lake
Worth, Florida:

Date: December 15, 2006
Place: The Bohemian Garden Seafood & Steakhouse
(in the Private Dining Room)
5450 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Time: 6:30 PM
Dinner: $35 (complete)
Notes: VIP reception, cash bar, more

For more details including directions, payment arrangements,
hotel reservations (if coming from out of town), or if
you have any questions, call 561-582-9129 or email
CFCEIG-BillofRightsDay@Yahoo.com

The Evansville, Indiana Bill Of Rights Day celebration will be a day late, but that takes nothing from the meaning. In fact this might make it possible for some of you to make it to two celebrations.

Jim and Margie Tomes are also celebrating Bill of Rights
Day in Evansville, Indiana:

Date: December 16
Place: Four Freedoms Monument in Evansville Indiana (located
on the riverfront)
Time: 10 am

Contact Phone: 812-985-5473
Contact Email: jmtomes@pngusa.net




For those who won't be able to make this or other Bill of
Rights Day events, please view our alert of 11/28/06 at
www.jpfo.org/alert20061128.htm for ideas on things you CAN
do to honor this special day!

- The Liberty Crew
JPFO mirror site: http://www.jpfo.net


December 6, 2006 Update

This one doesn't tell of an event. It is a note that was e-mailed to me by my City Councilman Mike Bozarth telling about the passage of his Bill Of Rights Day Resolution making December 15 Bill Of Rights Day in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

Hi David,

The City Council passed the Bill of Rights Day Resolution 9-0. Mayor Shearin gave me a few minutes to tell the audience why I thought it was important. I saw a lot of heads nodding approval as I explained the importance of the Bill of Rights and why its remembrance was important.

Mike

December, 14 update.

I wanted to let you know that Always On Watch has posted a very interesting Bill Of Rights Day Message. I do hope you will check it out.

Just In From JPFO (Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership)
Information on a Bill Of Rights Day documentary that is to be aired on George Mason University public access television and a Bill Of Rights Day celebration in Loveland, Colorado.

ALERT FROM JEWS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF FIREARMS OWNERSHIP
America's Aggressive Civil Rights Organization

December 14, 2006

JPFO ALERT: What Are You Doing for Bill of Rights Day?

Tomorrow, December 15, is Bill of Rights Day, the day when
we should all take time to honor and celebrate America's
precious national heritage, the Bill of Rights.

Throughout the last several weeks, we've been notifying our
readers of various Bill of Rights Day celebrations taking
place throughout the country. If you're having a celebration,
please send us an email today and we'll send out an alert
tomorrow to let others know.

Even if you haven't planned to attend an event, it's still
not too late for you to celebrate in some way. If you receive
George Mason University's public access station (GMU-TV), you
can watch our award-winning documentary _Bill of Rights or
Bust_ on December 15 at FOUR different times: 9:30am, 1:00pm,
4:00pm, and 7:30pm. Thanks to JPFO supporter BP for his work
in getting _Bill of Rights or Bust_ on the air this special
day!

Or you can share our article "You'll be Freer and Richer in
the Bill of Rights Culture"
( http://www.jpfo.org/borculture.htm ). Link to it, email it,
or print and distribute it. Visit
http://www.your10rights.com/bord.html for more ideas on how
you can celebrate your freedoms tomorrow!

As requested by our supporters, we'd also like to draw your
attention to our article, "Candles on the Train" -- an
inspirational story for America, a country now in the shadow
of darkness. You can read it at
http://www.jpfo.org/alert19991212.htm

Finally, don't forget to take a look at our Bill of Rights
Menorah at http://www.jpfo.org/menorah.htm . You can read a
full explanation of it at
http://www.jpfo.org/whybormenorah.htm .

Freedom's flames are flickering lower and lower each year ...
tell your children and grandchildren what you're doing to keep
them burning brightly.

- The Liberty Crew

PS This just in! 7th Annual Bill of Rights Day celebration
will be taking place on December 16, 2006 from 3:30 to 10:00
PM at the Pulliam Building 524 North Cleveland in downtown
Loveland, Colorado. More information can be found at
http://www.lovelandnet.com/bord/ .
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JPFO mirror site: http://www.jpfo.net



I will continue to update this post every time I hear of a Bill Of Rights Day event between now and December 15, 2006.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

7 Comments:

Blogger David Schantz said...

Here's a way to celebrate Bill Of Rights Day 2006. Go to the Bill Of Rights Defense Committee web site,http://www.bordc.org/ subscribe to their news letter and get involved in protecting/saving the Bill Of Rights for future generations.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

9:36 AM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

According to this:

This day was signed into practice by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on December 15, 1941, one hundred and fifty years after the actual signing of the Bill of Rights by our forefathers. Ironically, he proclaimed the holiday just one week after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor initiating the United States' involvement in World War II where freedom issues were at the core of wartime dogma.

First I'd heard of the above!

6:12 PM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

I had heard about the Roosevelt resolution but it seems that United States citizens need to be reminded of what they have from time to time. I subscribe to a city hall news letter. Saint Joseph, Missouri's City Council will be voting on City Councilman Bozarth's resolution Monday (12/4/06)night."24.A Resolution (#265-06) sponsored by Councilmember Bozarth proclaiming December 15, 2006, as Bill of Rights Day in St. Joseph, Missouri" I wish I could be at the meeting but I have to work. I'll let you know if it is passed as soon as possible.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

1:40 AM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

It's not a celebration but it is an interestiong article. http://www.moultrieobserver.com/local/local_story_345230818.html

God Bless America, God Save The Republic

6:40 PM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

I found another article that is not about Bill Of Rights Day but it shows the importantance of the First Ten Amendments to the United States Constitution.http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061211/EDIT02/612110323/1090 Protect them while you got them.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

9:55 AM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Thank you, David, for the compliment and for the link.

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