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Julie W.
user 2453212
Littleton, CO
Post #: 20
How many people will be there? What all will be taking place there?
Robert L.
Cyberbob8385
Aurora, CO
Post #: 32
I have no idea. This will be my first. But I assume it will mostly be business meetings. I know the state platform will be decided upon, as well as updates to the constitution/by-laws.

Not sure if it's been finalized yet--I certainly hope it works out--but Michael Badnarik might be teaching his Constitution class on the day following the convention.

While we're on the topic, does anyone have any updates? I can't make it to all the meetings, so I've been kept out of the loop on a lot of these discussions.
Jim F.
user 3520348
Denver, CO
Post #: 9
Convention planning is a work in progress...

Right now we're working on booking the
Doubletree at I-225 and Iliff.

We'll also have a remote location on the
west slope.

General plans are:

- Friday evening / May 18th Meet and Greet
- Saturday / May 19th - Business Meeting/Luncheon
- Sunday / May 20th - Badnarik Constitution Class

We plan to have a video linkup with the group
on the west slope. We hope to have details of
the whole convention finalized in the next 10 days.

Plans are for a newsletter to go out soon.

If you can assist with the convention on the
19th of May, that would help us out alot.

Jim Frye
A former member
Post #: 18
General plans are:

- Friday evening / May 18th Meet and Greet
- Saturday / May 19th - Business Meeting/Luncheon
- Sunday / May 20th - Badnarik Constitution Class


If you can assist with the convention on the
19th of May, that would help us out alot.

Jim Frye


I would like to assist with the convention on May 19th - May 20th.
I'm available to help out the entire day both days.

Now, I challenge others to join me.
Robert L.
Cyberbob8385
Aurora, CO
Post #: 32
I'll say that I may be interested in helping out. Depends on what skills are required, and how much it would interfere with my enjoyment of the day.

Helping out financially, while I'd love to do it, won't happen above and beyond paying for my food and Badnarik's class. I'm flat broke.

As far as Badnarik's class is concerned, is that just his own thing that he's charging his own fee for and essentially running himself? I guess what I'm trying to ask is: how involved is the party in that? Because I may end up having to pay him in the Liberty Dollars I've got stashed around the house (I know he'll accept those)...And is the class considered part of the convention, or is anyone welcome?

(This is what happens when I keep myself out of the loop. Heh)
Julie W.
user 2453212
Littleton, CO
Post #: 21
I am interested in taking the Constitution class on May 20. How much is it and where do I register for it? (I already requested off work that weekend. Whether or not it gets approved will determine what events I attend and whether or not I will be able to help out at all.)
Robert L.
Cyberbob8385
Aurora, CO
Post #: 33
I think Michael usually charges $100 for the class, which includes an autographed copy of his book. Not sure if this one's going to be any different.
A former member
Post #: 20
Good News Everyone!

Introduction to the Constitution
Class begins promptly at 9:00am
and continues until 6:00pm
with a one hour scheduled lunch break.

In 8 hours, Mr. Badnarik will cover far more than you learned
in high school or college, in a way you'll never forget.

The cost is $100 per student,
and includes an autographed copy
of Michael's best selling book, GOOD TO BE KING.

You can earn a $10 referral fee for every paid student who gives your name (and address) as their sponsor. Anyone who brings five paid students to class with them can attend the class for free.


For more information or to reserve a seat call 817-727-6510
or send an eMail to scholar|at|ConstitutionPreservation|dot|­org

You may also register for this class online­

Click here to login/create your login before registering for this class.
A former member
Post #: 17
Once You Have Registered for the Constitution Class,
PLEASE return to meetup.com and RSVP­ "Yes".

I just learned that the Constitution Class is TENATIVE, contingent on student enrollment.

Since online enrollment is handled on a separate site,
the LPAC has no other way of knowing how many people have enrolled/registered.
Therefore, we are counting on your cooperation to help us make the Constitution Class happen.

Please Click Here To RSVP.
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