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Liberty Tree Meeting
Feb. 13, 2020

What: Unpacking the Bill of Rights
Speaker: Mike McKay, Judge 7th District Court
When: 6:30 PM, Thursday 13 Feb 2020

(doors open @ 6 PM)
Where: Homewood Suites
500 Trade Centre Way, Portage, MI 49002 (map)
RSVP: Seating is limited, please reserve space for you here.

It seems as though some in the political arena are inventing new rights for us all the time. The right to 'free' health care, the right to adequate housing, the right to avoid paying student loans, and on and on. Well we need to go back to America's Bill of Rights and learn what they are, and where they come from.

What better way to commence our study but to have the Honorable Mike McKay, Judge in the Van Buren 7th District Court, present to us his understanding of America's Bill of Rights from his prospective as a practicing attorney and now as a Judge in our court system.

Judge McKay is a very good presenter; he has presented at one of our Scholarship Award events. You will enjoy this session, I promise.

The book raffle will be for "Bill of Rights, with Writings that Formed Its Foundation"

Constitution Bee
April 18th, 2020

April 18, 2020 – 9:00 am to 12:00 Noon
Royal Oak Campus of Oakland County Community College
Honoring April 19, 1775 “Shot Heard ‘Round the World”

First Place - $3000
and a trip for 2 to Washington D.C.
Second Place - $1000
Third Place - $500

You’ve heard of Spelling Bee’s and Geography Bee’s.
This Bee gives high school Juniors and Seniors, public school, private school, home school a chance to show off their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution!
Students are encouraged to study in teams,
but awards will be made to individuals!
The highest scoring team will have bragging rights!

A panel of sitting Michigan Judges determine the winner, including
the founder of U.S. Constitution Week, Judge Michael Warren!

Event Sponsors:
Star News Digital Media
MI Chapter of US Parents Involved in Education
Founders Freedom Forum
Janice Daniels Radio Show

For more information and to enroll your student go to this page at the Michigan Star. If you can donate to help cover textbooks for our contestants and/or teacher aids you can do so at our site on this page.