Jolly to speak at Tulsa conference on July 16th
AFP-Oklahoma State Director Stuart Jolly is not taking a break this summer and you have a chance to see him speak in Tulsa on July 16th!
The Foundation of the Preservation of American Values is hosting its inaugural event, Reconnect 2011. The goal of the convention is to empower everyone with connections to our heritage and inspire you with hope for the future. And Jolly will be speaking to the crowd on fiscal conservative issues and bills facing Oklahomans today.
Are you shocked by the ignorance todays youth has in regards to history?
Do you feel like this nation is losing touch with its past and its values as well?
If so, then you need to be at this event on the 16th!
Here are the details you need to know:
Host: Foundation for the Preservation of American Values
When: Saturday, July 16th beginning at 9 a.m. with 7 p.m. dinner
Where: Spirit Bank Event Center (10441 South Regal Blvd.), Tulsa
Cost: Daytime sessions FREE; evening dinner $15
The event has a series of interesting speakers, including:
- Stuart Jolly, AFP-Oklahoma State Director
- Dewey Bartlett, Jr., Tulsa mayor
- Rick Brinkley, State Senator from Owasso
- Michael Carnuccio, President of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs
- John Doak, Oklahoma State Insurance Commissioner
- Tim Harris, Tulsa Co. District Attorney
- Dan Newberry, State Senator from Tulsa
The 7 p.m. Restoring Freedom Dinner is highlighted by appearances by Congressman John Sullivan, Pastor Dan Fisher and Dr. Rick Scarborough.
For more on this event and how to purchase tickets for the dinner (by July 12th), click here.
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