Document:Colorado CLipBoard April 1986
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~11-1 ~. c:-..: . of month : Informal cocktail party at Bob & Betty Hurt' s, 1456 Fillmore, 7:30PM. The May 14th party will feature candidates from District 6. Please join us for a thought-provoking evening and support the Libertarian candidate, Dave Aitken.
4tt1 W~d . of month: Board of Directors meeting at the CLP office, 7:30PM .
MJy ~ and 3: STATE CONVENTION IN COLORADO SPRINGS
May 11 and 18: People ' s Fair
'L't-lr~ ::t'IUNGS IN MAY
Hay l.. & 3 will be the week-t:nd to visit Colo. Springs. This area ori'er::. u terrific setting for the State Convention which will present exciting speakers at low cost! We'll be meeting at the DRURY I NN . The convention will present:
1:RiDAY, 7:00PM -Featured speaker , MARSHALL FRTIZ, an advocate of self~overnment . His humorous, up beat presentations provide a comfortable Cor~m for exploring the principles of freedom . This is the perfect Lirrie to introduce family & friends to Libertarianism ... so bring
' cm along .
- -,,\'l'U hDi\Y , 9:00AM -Keynot.,e speaker, Ste-ve Givot will be featured . ~tcve, a commodities broker f rom Chicago, ran a professional cam0ctign and received 4% of the vote in a tight Illinois race between ~iffion & Percy. Concurrent SATURDAY events: (1) Constitutional Gy-LdUS and Platform committees will present updates for the first
time in three years, (2) Panels headed by Penn Pfiffner, Mary M3rgaret and Marshal Fritz speaking on Black Belt Li bertarianism.
A banqutt will close the convention Saturday night at 8:00. Jim
r~wis , VP candidate on the Bergland ticket, will be speaking. Cost::, arc way ctown . The business sessions on Saturday are free to members.
$29.00 -Before convention
$35 .00 -At the door
Sdturday night banquet is extra: $20.00 before noon on 5/3/86
$25 .00 after noon on 5/3/86 M~ke checks payable to the Colorado Libertarian Party and mail t o tt1e CLP office (2186 So. Holly #2078, Denver, 80222) TODAY!!!!!
·1 tit~ 11 LTLH~ RTY" ON HOLD
lJ.1l'or·tur1.:;. tely, we won't see the "Colorado Liberty 11 until fur1d::;
,;..,n be cc:1.ised and volunteers found to put together our paper.
- :;ingl<.: issue of the "Liberty" costs us approx . $600., and we
n~ea your· help in order to puolish a summer issue. The national
~' 1r,ct· lL..
- taken a new editorial direction with Karl Hess; who is \Jl 1 j 1.,
- ; to give this same momt ntum to the "Colorado Liberty"?????
t 1. ':3 FAIR AT EAST rEGH SCtiOOL
',l r •0 1.... ibert arLlf ve an information booth at the People' s d 1 .Jli'a x & Detr . , May 17Lh(l0:00-6:00) and Sun., May
.1t .l :00-5 :00) . aring with lhe Fair crowd the
rr tr., les of Liben ,? d staging a penny-vote for the
rr,v. L Npopular leau2r ~st year. Thousands of Denverites LLd'l1 , c.1t for the fa1 r· . 1 , 1ve been waiting to volunteer for a 11 (u 11 11 cc::vent, this i:::; tn<..: u Cdll Do~g Anderson (757-8896) to help.
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