Fwd: PCLP meeting Thursday May 15 (same place, same time...)
- I'm forwarding my PCLP meeting announcement to this list particularly
because of Agenda Item #5, see below. I've been running the Pima
County LP meetings since January and I began extending the invitation
to FSP to send a spokesperson to plug FSP in early February; but so
far no one has accepted the invitation.
For those who have never been to Cody's Beef & Beans, it is located
at 2708 E. Fort Lowell, Tucson.
Chairman, Pima County Libertarian Party
--- In lpaz-Pima@yahoogroups.com, "maywood2008" <gonzolawyer@c...>
PIMA COUNTY LIBERTARIAN PARTY meeting
Thursday, May 15 at Cody's Beef & Beans. We're going to do a
different format from now on: the business meeting will be conducted
at 6:00 pm, and probably will not last more than 5 minutes since
there is nothing on the agenda for the business meeting yet.
Then the outreach and activist meeting will commence at 7:00 pm.
There is plenty to discuss here - see tentative agenda below.
Those who wish to come for the business meeting at 6pm are welcome;
it is open to all interested libertarians. All are encouraged to come
early for the purpose of dining and socializing.
One minor snag in this month's meeting - we lost the back room for
this particular day, so we'll be meeting in the general dining room.
I had a choice between going ahead with the meeting in the main
dining area or re-scheduling, and since we're still getting in the
habit of reserving the third Thursday on our calendars for PCLP
meetings (this makes 5 months in a row!) I didn't want to disturb the
Another item which doesn't qualify as a snag - I might be late for
the meeting, since I have a hearing in Gila County on Thursday
afternoon. Depending on how long that takes and how long it takes me
to drive back to Tucson, I might not be back until after 7:00.
However, to the extent that I am late I leave the running of the
meeting in Jason Auvenshine's extremely capable hands.
2. Website - it is now active, see http://www.pimalp.org - now we
just need to throw more content on it. I intend to do most of the
writing, but volunteers are welcome for additional writing as well as
3. Review of the May 3 cannabis march, and early planning for the May
4. Final planning for the voter registration booths at the Crossroads
Gun Show, which will be May 17-18 at the Pima County Fairgrounds.
Hours are Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 9-4. (Separate e-mail on this item
5. There has been chatter on this list and on other lists about the
Free State Project and its members in the Tucson area (of which I am
one). If anyone wishes to make a short presentation on FSP, feel free
to show up and speak and/or distribute literature. And since we're
not the NRA, you can count on us not to have you arrested for handing
out pamphlets :-)
6. Open Forum
Looking forward to seeing you there.
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