February 27, 2021
If you’ve been disheartened at the erosion of liberty, increase in censorship, and the excessive and troubling mandates implemented by politicians and bureaucrats in recent months but wondered what, if anything, you could do about it, this event is for you.
The Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer announces the Liberty Dinner Series in Pocatello.
The Liberty Dinner Series is a monthly event, scheduled every third Friday or Saturday (depending on venue availability), beginning in March. The series gives attendees the opportunity to connect with others who share your concerns, enjoy a meal, and hear from a speaker engaged in the fight to preserve and/or restore freedoms for Idahoans. Topics planned include Freedom of Speech and Censorship, the Second Amendment, the Right to Life, Freedom of Assembly, Social Justice Indoctrination, and more. Proceeds from the events will go toward event expenses and organizations making a positive impact for American values.
The Series kicks off on Saturday, March 20, at 6:00 p.m. at the Bannock County Veterans Memorial Building, 300 S. Johnson Avenue in Pocatello. The speakers scheduled for the March event are the founders of RECONNECT Southeast Idaho, Chantelle Holman, Michele Holyoak, and Ashley Smith. They will be discussing how one person can make a difference by detailing how they came together to start their grassroots organization that recently hosted over 200 local residents to view the movie and hear from the star of the film, NONESSENTIAL: A Documentary.
The cost to attend the March event is $25 per person. Sponsorships are also available. The evening features an opportunity to meet and network with other like-minded folks over a spaghetti dinner while hearing the inspiring story of RECONNECT Southeast Idaho. Part of the proceeds for the March event will go toward support of the Idaho Post 1 AMVETS Americanism Contest.
Future events will feature:
- April: Idaho Representative Ron Nate on Tax Relief
- May: Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Anna K. Miller on Social Justice Indoctrination
- TBD: Idaho Representative and Air Force Academy graduate Priscilla Giddings
For more information, to purchase a ticket, or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact the publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, John Crowder, at 925-628-4033 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.