San Juan County
UPCOMING EVENTS IN
THE LOCAL AREA
Rights Day Rally
15, 2008 6:00 PM
join us for our annual celebration of Bill of Rights Day! We will
have many inspiring and informative speakers and it is always a
great time! Each year the speakers range from State Senators to
newspaper editors, self defense experts to librarians. This is
also when we hold the drawing for our annual Rifle Raffle to
determine who will be winning the Rock River Arms Tactical Entry
semi-automatic .223 weapon. Admission and all events are free and
everyone is welcome. The rally is held at the Farmington Civic
Center on Arrington Street in Downtown Farmington, NM. Please
plan to attend. For more information contact Bob
or Joseph Knight via email.
Caucus at 5:00 PM
June 7, 2008 6:00PM
Kristina's Cafe, Downtown Farmington
County Central Committee will hold it's monthly meeting
immediately prior to dinner at 5:00 PM. This will be a special
caucus to discuss the Barr nomination prior to the state centcom
meeting! All committee members and any interested Libertarians
are urged to attend. Please try to make it.
Standby for ACTIVATION!!
YOU can make a
a booth at many events throughout the year and We NEED
VOLUNTEERS to help out!!! Please contact Bob
or Joseph Knight to arrange to work a shift at a
gun show, the fair, Fiesta Days, etc... Your time will be DEEPLY
appreciated! We operate the booths to spread the Libertarian
message, hand out literature, and sell raffle tickets for our
annual rifle raffle. The rifle raffle is our only form of fund
raising, so it is very important. It really is a lot of fun
meeting people and discussing politcs and current events. You
will see a lot of people you know and you will get into the fair
and the gun shows for FREE!! What a deal!! We are trying to
compile a list of active Libertarians who would be willing to
help the cause so please Contact Bob or Joseph right now to sign up. Thanks!!
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT!
YOU ALSO HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE HEARD!
"If ye love wealth better than liberty,
the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of
freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or
arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your
chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye
were our countrymen."
Samuel Adams 1776.
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events that we need to help publicize please email
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