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Honor the Bill of Rights at the exquisite Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix,
on the day The Bill was first ratified in 1791.
An evening you won't forget, with special guest "George Washington," and a solemn reading, out loud, from a parchment copy of the document that changed the world. Refreshments, companionship, a splendid time is guaranteed for all. Can't get to Phoenix? Celebrate at a place near you.
Dec. 15 this year is a Tuesday, mark your calendars now.
Here in Phoenix we're going back to The Wrigley Mansion!
If you've never been to this stunning landmark, now is the time!
George Washington will be our guest of honor!
Dr. Lance Hurley, who nobly portrayed Patrick Henry last year,
has a new outfit and a new very old speech.
This is your chance to take a few moments from your day, assemble with like-minded Americans, and honor the document that helps make us who we are -- defining limits on government, and setting the baseline for a free nation.
Committees of Correspondence nationwide are beginning to prepare for a Bill of Rights commemoration. Last year people left in awe at the grandeur and significance, after reading one of the most famous writings the world has ever seen. Forward this message to your friends elsewhere -- simple instructions for holding you own event locally are linked below. Pick a place, read the Bill of Rights, easy. You're an American. Do it.
We will read the Bill of Rights aloud from parchment copies.
Afterwards, we will discuss its health.
Splendid light appetizer buffet and a cash bar will be available.
Bill of Rights Day Celebration at The Wrigley Mansion
Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2009
Only $15 per person, payable at the door
5 PM Doors open
6 PM Program begins
7 PM Reading of the Bill of Rights
7:15 PM Community discussion of the health of the Bill Of Rights.
9 PM Last stragglers trickle out
The Wrigley Mansion
2501 E. Telawa Trail; Phoenix, AZ
(E. of 24th St., S. of Lincoln Dr.)
The caterers need a mouth count, so
YOU MUST RSVP by email to attend:
Respond asap, we expect a capacity crowd.
DO NOT CHANGE THE SUBJECT LINE of this email when you reply.
Simple steps for planning your own event if you can't get to Phoenix:
Reports from prior events, with the lighter AND darker side of it:
2008 recap (at the Wrigley Mansion):
The Bill of Rights