Events

September 3, 4, 5. KrisAnne Hall will be speaking on The Foundations of the American Constitution and A brief look at the genealogy of the Constitution – the 700-year history and five foundational documents that are the very roots of American Liberty. KrisAnn Hall is an attorney, former prosecutor, mother, pastor’s wife, disabled Army veteran, Russian linguist, radio-talk-show host and a patriot. She is traveling the country teaching about the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents. Admission is free, though donations will be accepted.

  • Wed., Sept 3rd 7:00 pm at Community Bible Church, 2085 Williston Rd, So. Burlington, VT  05403
  • Thurs., Sept 4th 7:00 pm at Church of the Rock, 1091 Fairfax Road, St. Albans, VT  05478
  • Fri., Sept 5th 7:00 pm at Lamoille Valley Church of the Nazarene, 565 RT 15, Johnson, VT  05656

September 6. KrisAnne Hall will conduct a seminar, The Roots of Liberty: A detailed discussion of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights (the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution) using the Founders’ own words and explaining the true meaning and purpose of each amendment. 9 to 3 at St. John Vianney Parish Hall, 160 Hinesburg Rd, So. Burlington, VT  05403. There will be a box lunch provided.  Advanced registration is $25 each and includes lunch.  Cost for students (7th grade through 12th grade) is $10 and also includes lunch. For reservations contact (802) 655-0280. Admittance at the door ($25) if space available only and does not include lunch.


 

 

 

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