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JBS Council Dinner in Jacksonville

You're invited to attend The John Birch Society's Council Dinner and Seminars in Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday, May 3.

The speeches for the dinner are: "Sovereignty, Trade, and the Constitution" by Representative Ted Yoho, R-Fla.; and "You Can't Have It Both Ways" by Arthur R. Thompson, CEO, The John Birch Society.

There are also four speakers for the Daytime Seminars from 11 AM to 4 PM: "The Roots of Liberty" by KrisAnne Hall, Constitutional Attorney; "Con-Con Ploys" by Scott Bradley, Founder and Chairman, the Constitution Commemoration Foundation, Inc.; "When You're Dead It's Too Late" by Arthur R. Thompson, CEO, The John Birch Society; and "Common Core: Dangers and Threats to American Liberty and Education" by Dr. Duke Pesta, Academic Director, FreedomProject Education.

View the attached two-page flyer with further details on the Council Dinner and Seminars in Jacksonville.

I hope to see you there!

Keith Dunn
Field Coordinator

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