Constitution Leadership Initiative (CLI) will present a one-day seminar on the U.S. Constitution to encourage a better understanding of the U.S. Constitution among the American people.
Arm yourself with “the power which knowledge gives.”James Madison to W.T. Barry, 1822
U.S. Constitution Seminar
Saturday, March 30 from 9am-4pm
Liberty Baptist Church, 15810 Liberty Church Rd, Lanexa, Virginia 23089
Tuition: $25 until March 24th, $35 thereafter or at the door.
Seminar begins promptly at 9:00 am and ends by 4:00 pm.
Tuition includes: box lunch, comprehensive student workbook, pocket Constitution, and valuable door prizes.
Free to all High School Students
Enroll via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or via phone at 757-867-9120
Seminar is limited to 30 persons; reserve your seat early!
Payment instructions provided upon registration.
We hope that you will strongly consider attending this excellent seminar!
In addition, Gary will be addressing the New Kent Republican Club on Thursday, March 14 at 7pm. The group meets at the New Kent Winery, 8400 Old Church Rd, New Kent, VA 23124. The topic will be: An Evening with the Constitution, Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask.As the title implies the format will be an open discussion dedicated to explaining anything you find confusing or perplexing about the Constitution and how it came to be.
If you can’t attend either event, please pass this information on to anyone who might be interested.
Gary Porter is Executive Director of the Constitution Leadership Initiative, Inc. (CLI) a project to encourage a better understanding of the U.S. Constitution among the American people.
CLI provides courses on the U.S. and Virginia Constitutions, and promotes the use of other, online and live courses as the needs of the audience dictate. A sought-after speaker on constitutional topics at regional and national conferences, Gary also re-enacts James Madison in period costume and distributes pocket Constitutions to school children while explaining Madison’s role in creating the Bill of Rights and Constitution.
Gary also serves as a volunteer docent at FACE where he has led the cataloging of the Hall-Slater Library and contributed as a presenter to FACE’s Lessons in Liberty lecture series.