“How the Constitution Center is Encouraging Dialogue Outside the Beltway”
In these polarized times, the National Constitution Center is the one institution in America that is bringing together citizens of different perspectives for civil dialogue about the Constitution. With its Town Hall programs, nationally syndicated podcasts, an exciting online interactive exhibit tracing the spread of American liberties across the globe, and civic education initiatives, the Constitution Center is fulfilling its Congressional mandate: “to disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution on a non-partisan basis.” In addition, at the Museum of We the People, the Constitution Center is a destination for visitors across America where they can see one of the twelve original copies of the Bill of Rights along with rare copies of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. In this talk, NCC President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen will discuss how the Constitution Center is encouraging bi-partisan constitutional debate and education, in Philadelphia and across America.
Before and after the program, GPPCMA attendees will have access to Constituting Liberty in the Constitution Center’s new George H.W. Gallery, which features rare copies of America’s three founding documents. Take this opportunity to view this special exhibit and tour this venue.
Special thanks to our sponsor, Tourism Toronto!
Thank you to our hosts, the National Constitution Center and Brûlée Catering!
Agenda for Thursday, April 7, 2015
8:00am, Registration opens
8:00am-8:40am, Continental breakfast
8:40am-10:00am, Opening remarks and program
• If paying registration by check, please make it payable to GPPCMA and submit it to PO Box 517, Wynnewood, PA 19096 by April 1.
• Prepayment is required for all guests and students.
• Guest suppliers are limited to attendance at two chapter meetings before membership is required.
• Planner members can contact Erica Keagy, Chapter Administrator, at 610-220-1232 or at email@example.com if financial assistance is needed in order to attend.
• Discounted onsite self-parking will be available for $9.00. Directions to the parking garage can be found at http://constitutioncenter.org/visit/directions/.
A special note from the GPPCMA Community Service Committee
The Red Paw Emergency Relief Team is an emergency services, nonprofit organization that works in conjunction with the American Red Cross, Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter and other public and private disaster relief, social service, and animal welfare organizations to provide emergency assistance including emergency transport, shelter, and veterinary care to animals involved in fires and other residential disasters. The mission of The Red Paw Emergency Relief Team is to assist displaced pets and their people 24/7, free of charge and to ensure that ALL family members are taken care of during a disaster in their home. Please help GPPCMA support the Red Paw Emergency Relief Team by bringing donations on April 7. Their founder and a “special” guest will be there to thank you!
Requested donations include:
- Small bags of dry dog and cat food
- Dog and cat food bowls
- Dog and cat beds
- Litter, litter boxes/scoops
- Dog and cat toys/treats
- Dog and cat Frontline flea and tick medicine
- Cat carriers
- Dog collars and leashes