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Jackson-Hillsdale Counties Monthly January 16,[masked]:00 pm – 9:00 pm Venue: Steve's Ranch Restaurant Categories: Business meeting Confirm details by visiting https://www.jhlp.org/events or https://www.facebook.com/groups/1860111864242831/ and clicking the events tab. Important note: Please confirm the details of any affiliate meeting before […]
We meet for casual dinner at 6:30 PM and the business meeting starts at 7:30 PM and typically ends by 9:00 PM. In our meetings we come together to discuss the promotion of Liberty and the Libertarian Party on the local and national levels. We'll also have our regular run down of Libertarian Party news and activities. We meet for casual dinner at 6:30 pm and the business meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern is located at 30450 Telegraph Road, Bingham Farms, MI 48025 Contact: Chair Greg Stempfle (313)[masked] [masked] or Vice Chair Benjamin Carr (940)[masked] [masked]
For questions, Contact Scotty Boman:[masked]. Arrive at 6:30 PM to order dinner, and fellowship with fellow freedom lovers, and discuss current issues of interest to Libertarians. Meeting starts at 7 PM. Speakers and Candidates featured. Founded as the "Libertarian Party of Wayne County" we are the Affiliate of the Libertarian Party of Michigan for Monroe and Wayne County residents.
Contact: James Weeks II, Chair Livingston County Libertarians [masked] ([masked]) MONTHLY MEETINGS We will meet the first Thursday of each month at Cleary's Irish Pub in Howell from 7PM-8:30PM. That allows for people to eat at home if they don't want to eat out, and rush hour traffic is gone by 7. Our meetings will have four parts. 1. Mingling during dinner During the eating by those who don't eat ahead of time, we will hang out and get to know each other. 2. Studies in Liberty We discuss recent readings and philiosophy of libertarians old and new. 3. News Anyone who has news about their town's or Lansing's policies can share what's happening so we can reinforce policies that promote liberty, and fight policies that reduce liberty. 4. Party Business Those who are members of the Libertarian Party of Michigan will discuss what we have going on regarding the Candidate Training in April and the caucus to select local candidates this summer. You do NOT have to be a member of the Libertarian Party of Michigan to attend these meetings. I am keeping party business for last so anyone who just wants to discuss liberty with us can leave after the News segment. We welcome anyone interested in a better Michigan to join us for the first three meeting parts. (And you don't have to leave for part 4 if you would like to see what the LPM is up to). Occasionally, we will have a guest speaker instead of our book or article discussion. James Weeks [masked]