Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Important events in N.E. Ohio

How did it get to be June already?  Here in Ohio, we've had two solid months of Monsoon Season and now, suddenly, it's summer, with temps in the 80's this week and a blur of yellow in the sky.  Meteorologists are still trying to identify it.  

I wanted to highlight a couple important events happening in N.E. Ohio.  I hope my (9) readers in Germany, my (3) readers in the UK and whoever you are in the United Arab Emirates will bear with me for a moment...

Date:  Thursday, June 2nd
Time:  7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Wadsworth Church of the Nazarene
743 High Street, Wadsworth, Ohio

Melanie Elsey from the American Policy Roundtable will explain what is truly in SB 5, Ohio’s collective bargaining reform bill. Taking a non-partisan approach, she ignores what is being propagated by the left and the right and strictly interprets what is written in the bill.

To gain a full understanding of what this bill means for Ohioans, Melanie has compared SB 5 with our current Ohio Revised Code. For a preview of what may be discussed, visit the Frequently Asked Question: Ohio SB 5 as passed by the Ohio General Assembly,

With political propaganda dominating this issue, it’s time to understand the facts. Please bring your family and friends to this informative, honest discussion about SB 5.


The The AP Roundtable holds policy briefings in communities building leadership networks on special issues and projects. A team of experts come together to talk about timely legislation and issues that impact your community.

Join us for a Discussion on:

Islam and the West
featuring: Robert Spencer

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011 at 7 pm
Cleveland, Ohio

Space is limited and you must be pre-registered.
Please RSVP no later than Friday, June 3, 2011.
To find out more information and to RSVP to the Ohioevent, contact Allison Allen by phone or email:
1-800-522-VOTE ext. 104 |

Please provide your name, address, phone and email address.
To help host or schedule a policy briefing near you, please contact: Rob Walgate, V.P. at (800) 522-VOTE ext. 105

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