August 8, 2021
Idaho Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin will be the speaker at the August 21 Liberty Dinner hosted by the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer. McGeachin will be speaking on Preserving Individual Liberty in Idaho. The event sold out shortly after announcing McGeachin as the speaker during the last Liberty Dinner.
Lt. Governor McGeachin is a former State Representative and a successful business owner from Idaho Falls who, along with her husband, Jim McGeachin, own and operate multiple businesses in the automotive industry, with locations in Idaho Falls and Boise.
In 2012, she and her family renovated an historic building in downtown Idaho Falls and established the area’s only Irish restaurant, The Celt Pub & Grill.
Janice and Jim have two children, Liza and James, who help manage their family businesses.
Lt. Governor McGeachin is currently running for Idaho Governor. Her campaign website states, “Janice is a proven conservative leader with an established track record of working with others to promote fiscal responsibility. She is committed to Keeping Idaho Conservative and, as a staunchly pro-life legislator, worked to implement Informed Consent and Ultrasound laws designed to protect the life and health of the mother and unborn child.”
Liberty Dinner Series events take place on the third Saturday of each month (except July) in Pocatello. The series gives attendees the opportunity to connect with others who share conservative values, enjoy a meal, and hear from a speaker engaged in the fight to preserve and/or restore freedoms for Idahoans. Past speakers have included the founders of RECONNECT Southeast Idaho, Representative Ron Nate, the Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Anna K. Miller, and Air Force Academy graduate/fighter pilot turned Idaho Representative Priscilla Giddings.
The August dinner will be held on Saturday, August 21, beginning at 6:00 p.m., at Mountain Valley Baptist Church, 202 S. 7th Avenue. The cost to attend is $25 per person. Reservations are required, and can be made by contacting John Crowder, Publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, via email at email@example.com.
As noted above, the dinner featuring Lt. Governor McGeachin sold out shortly after announcing her as speaker during the last dinner. A waiting list has been established. To make reservations for future events, or to learn how to become an event sponsor, contact John Crowder at the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, as noted above.