Our fourth Campaign for Liberty meeting for the Tampa region is coming up. We will be trying out another location for this month's meeting. Hope to see you there!
Beef O Brady's
9311 N 56th St Temple Terrace, FL 33617
Here is a link to C4L’s principles: http://www.campaignforliberty.org/about/
6:00pm to 7:00pm - Social/Dinner
7:00pm to 8:30pm - Meeting
Their local meetings are very simple. They first set the tone with reading the mission of the organization and a favorite quote, announce upcoming governance meetings, then local leaders give updates on Liberty Issues. Occasionally, we will invite a guest speaker, but the emphasis is on growing YOU the member, not on bringing in big name people from outside our group. After the scheduled updates, each member can (if they choose) give a one minute update on whatever they want. We can also have games and videos to make it more entertaining. We can try to have at least one easy action item (like postcards or amendment partitions), so we are accomplishing something in addition to learning and growing.
The organization is nonpartisan and open to all. We encourage people to join their Executive Committees, but don't tell you which party to join. If we as individuals want to have something to benefit a candidate or party, we can have it after the meeting is concluded.
We are inviting anyone who is a liberty-minded person who lives in Hillsborough County. Please come to this meeting, it is going to be the start of something really good.
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