LPM Online

May 17, 2005

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  1. Upcoming Events
  2. Memorial Day Parade
  3. Note From the Chair:

  1. Upcoming Events

    May 17, 2005 - 6:30 PM
    In case you haven't already heard...... plan to attend the Liberty Banquet of the Libertarian Party of West Michigan. Cocktails at 6:30 pm..... Dinner begins at 7 pm. Our main speaker is with the Citizens for Parental Rights. Check out their website at: http://www.citizensforparentalrights.org/. In addition to a fine meal and quality speaker, we will be handing out awards. This is a great night to thank local activists for their year-long efforts to expand freedom in West Michigan. The whole deal is $25 -- a nice bargain and a good chance to meet other Libertarians.
    Location: Hoffman House, located inside the Best Western Midway Hotel - 4101 28th Street SE - Grand Rapids
    Contact: Bill Gelineau Phone: (616) 254-2878 E-mail: wgelineau

    May 25, 2005 - 7:30 PM
    Libertarian Party of Oakland County general membership meeting. Nonmembers are welcome. Meeting starts at 7:30. Optional dinner starts at 6:30.
    Location: Sila's Restaurant, 4033 W.12 Mile, 2 blocks east of Greenfield, in Berkley.
    Contact: Leonard Schwartz Phone: (248) 546-3569 E-mail: Leonard@Schwartz45.com

    May 30, 2005 - 10:00 AM
    Hazel Park Memorial Day Parade. Walk with the Libertarian Party's Statue of Liberty float. Join Andy LeCureaux, who is running for re-election to the Hazel Park City Council. Volunteers are needed early to help set up the float.
    Location: John R. Road, between 8 & 9 Mile Roads. Contact Leonard Schwartz for location.
    Contact: Leonard Schwartz Phone: (248) 546-3569 E-mail: Leonard@Schwartz45.com

    June 8, 2005 - 7:30 PM
    Monthly Meeting of the Libertarians of Macomb County. All members of the Libertarian Party, their friends and family, and anyone interested in learning more about the Libertarian Party are invited to attend. The meeting begins at 7:30, but feel free to join us for good food and conversation at 6:30.
    Location: The Cutting Board Restaurant. 28655 Schoenherr Road, Warren, MI 48093. The Cutting Board is on the west side of Schoenherr south of 12 Mile Road.
    Contact: Jim Allison Phone: (248) 548-2500 x2003 E-mail: Marthos@yahoo.com

    June 25, 2005 - 3:00 PM
    Shootout fundraiser for Libertarian candidates running in nonpartisan elections. We will provide a variety of pistols with ammo and targets. No expirience needed. Orientation at 2:45. Shootout from 3:00 to 5:00.
    Location: Double Action Indoor Shooting Center, 32411 Dequindre, south of 14 Mile, in Madison Heights.
    Contact: Mike Netski Phone: (586) 350-5596 E-mail: michael@netski.org

    More
    For more events, see the online calendar at:
    http://www.michiganlp.org/lpmonline/events.php

  2. Memorial Day Parade by Leonard Schwartz

    Hazel Park Memorial Day Parade - Monday, May 30

    Walk with the Libertarian Party's beautiful Statue of Liberty float. Join Andy LeCureaux, who is running for re-election to the Hazel Park City Council.

    Parade starts at 10:00 on John R, between 8 & 9 Mile. Contact Leonard for exact location. Volunteers are needed earlier to help set up the float.

    Contact Leonard Schwartz, 248-546-3569, Leonard@Schwartz45.com.

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  3. Note From the Chair: by Nathan Allen

    1. Attend the LEC meeting from the comfort of your own home. At the suggestion of David Raaflaub, we will be broadcasting our LEC meetings over the Internet. Keep watching LPM Online for details on how to log in on the day of the meeting.
    2. I met with three more affiliates last week.
    I met with Capital Area on Tuesday, Macomb on Wednesday and then over to Washtenaw on Thirsday. The influx of great ideas is overwhelming. I hope to have every affiliate mirror the LEC and have a person appointed/elected to interact with their counter part on the LEC. Every affiliate should have a contact person for Newsletter editor, Membership, Political, Development, and Communications concerns and should be in frequent contact with their LEC counterpart. This will make communications throughout the LPM much more efficient.
    3. Your Turn to Shine.
    We still need LPM members to accept the positions of Devleopmant Director, Communications Director, and Newsletter Director. We do have a Newsletter Editor! Send your Affiliate news to newsletter@michiganlp.org We donít want to see a blank space in the newsletter where your news should beÖ

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