This will be a dinner meeting instead of our regular luncheon meeting.
Date: August 4, 2020
Time: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Place: The Tanglewood House
Cost: $30.00 at the door or PayPal
RSVP: You MUST RSVP before July 29
There will be no additional reservations taken after July 29th.
Make your plans to attend the presentation by Geoff Baggett as he shares "The American Revolution". This is such an appropriate presentation for this time in our America. We can see how the Patriots rose up and fought to make this a Great Country and can be inspired by this presentation.
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Author & Speaker
Geoff Baggett is a Kentucky author, historian, parson, educator, and speaker. His specialty is the Revolutionary War and late Colonial period in America. He has authored five novels about the American Revolution. He has also crafted five “chapter books” and one photo-driven children’s book for young readers.
Geoff is an avid living historian. He and his wife, Kimberly, appear regularly in 18th Century attire in classrooms, reenactments, and other Revolutionary War events throughout the southeastern and central United States. He is a popular speaker in the Kentucky Humanities Council’s Speakers Bureau, entertaining groups throughout the commonwealth. You can learn more about his writing and speaking at geoffbaggett.com.
This is a special workshop as a fundraiser for the Montgomery County Republican Women.
Date: Saturday, August 8, 2020
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Place: Clarksville Country Club
334 Fairway Drive.
Clarksville, TN 37043
Cost: $30.00 -- No tickets sold at the door
RSVP: You MUST RSVP before July 31
There will be no additional reservations taken after July 31st.
Make your plans to attend the workshop by Hal Rounds. This is such an appropriate presentation for this time in our America. We can see how the Patriots planned and designed the framework of this GREAT COUNTRY!
Hal Rounds is a retired attorney who works to present the history and details of the United States Constitution, and its relevance to critical issues in modern American events.
Hal was born and raised in California, graduating from the University of California in 1966, enlisting in the U;S; Air Force, and serving as a munitions officer. He is a Vietnam veteran, and worked with munitions from ammunition to napalm and rockets, to nuclear weapons. He attained the rank of Captain, and returned to civilian life, making his career in management at FedEx, where he completed his 25-years in 1999. During the last years there, and beginning at the age of 47, he went to law school. Upon graduation and passing the bard, he practiced in divorce law and other litigation.
He has lived in the Memphis area since 1977, and now lives in the home he and his wife, Micki, built themselves in Fayette County. He has established himself as a widely published commentator and coast-to-coast speaker on the constitutional issues.