March 15, 2021
“You’re not the boss of me!”
I can’t remember how many times I heard, or used, that phrase, growing up.
Even as children we instinctively knew that, although under our parents care and direction, others, especially our peers, did not have the right to, “boss us around.”
Now, life seems to have come full circle, as an increasing number of government edicts are being enacted that look to control every aspect of our lives.
If you’re one of the many residents of Pocatello, Chubbuck, or nearby environs that is tired of government overreach, plan to attend the monthly Liberty Dinner Series sponsored by the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer. You’ll have a chance to connect with others who feel the same as you do, who believe that we need to stand up to protect, and/or restore, our God-given rights before they’re all gone.
Besides being a great networking opportunity, you’ll enjoy a catered meal and hear from speakers who are passionate about our freedoms and who are taking action to preserve them.
This Saturday, March 20, hear from Chantelle Holman, Michele Holyoak, and Ashley Smith, the founders of RECONNECT Southeast Idaho. Learn how they discovered that one person, speaking up, can make a difference, and how you can, too.
By attending, you’ll also be helping to instill the principles of patriotism in the next generation. Part of the $25 per person proceeds goes toward providing prize money for students entering the local, AMVETS Idaho Post 1 Americanism Contest.
The Saturday, March 20, dinner begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Bannock County Veterans Memorial Building, 300 N. Johnson Avenue, in Pocatello. The catered meal includes spaghetti with meat sauce, bread, salad, and dessert.
Seating is limited. To reserve your spot, contact the publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, John Crowder, at 925-628-4033, or by email at email@example.com.