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Bring your own ideas in writing for discussion and study purposes.

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  • US Hwy 1 Northbound, located between Walgreen's and Noah's Arc, next to Callahan Barbers
  • Price: $5.00 /per person

    Refund policy

  • Limited seating at Tom's small office (marque says "COUNTRY LAW & TAX SERVICE" in front of that building until member attendance is warranted later on at The Pig Bar-B-Que in Callahan on other dates and/or other times as necessary to schedule with that business establishment's staff and management.    The cost is $100 for use of the separate room unless attendees collectively purchase food and drink meeting or surpassing that dollar purchase minimum.

    Meetings are chaired initially by co-founder Thomas A. Blair, Enrolled Agent (he is better known locally as "Tom the TAXMAN").    Casual dress is recommended; come in your camo if you wish!   :)    Leadership abilities are sought to improve this group and its' function to prepare our communities for almost any imaginable  TSHTF event now and until January 20th 2017.

    We ask that only local community citizens attend at this time, but they are welcome to invite guests provided we have a solid RSVP one day before the meetings ... we are pretty-much today unique to Callahan, Bryceville, and Hilliard citizens at this time ... we are concentrating on helping our specific areas to survive TSHTF event and its aftermath, with hopes and expectations that our area (Callahan, Bryceville, and Hilliard) will be one of the first to recover from that crisis event and its immediate aftermath.

    The crisis event will likely involve learning how to live without public power resources for days, weeks, and even up to five months' time.    There will be studies on various folks like the Amish, Amerindian, and other groups on how they survived or failed to survive crisis events of the past.    Remember, for one example, that the Amish have thrived in North America for over 300 years' time without electrical power.

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Refunds offered if:

  • the Meetup is cancelled
  • the Meetup is rescheduled
  • you can cancel at least 2 day(s) before the Meetup

Additional notes: These funds will be used to furnish bottled water and perhaps other snacks as warranted by the RSVP responses. This is a not-for-profit effort so the contributions are not tax deductible except for published sponsorships by local business firms.

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