August 6, 2018
We received two boxes of freshly printed flyers in time for our last assembly of the current jury pool. We handed out about 40, which is higher than usual for the last meeting of a pool. I’ll dig up the dates for the next Belknap Superior Court jury pool and post it here.
If you’d like to participate you can join us, or if time is an issue, make a contribution to the printing of flyers.
Paypal to email@example.com
Thank you for your support.
As is usual, we will be out about a half hour before the potential jurors arrive.
Our July litter pick up will not feature freezing rain 🙂
It’s time to get in a clean-up before the Independence Day celebrations. We’ll be doing our litter pick up on Sunday the 1st of July. We will start with breakfast at Shooter’s Tavern at 8:00 then hit the road around 9:00 (if you want to skip breakfast you can sleep in) . We’ll be cleaning our stretch of Route 3 and making a pass through the Lake Winnisquam Scenic Trail. We are usually done within a couple of hours.
Mark your calendar, LRP Beach Day is coming up on July 15! Details coming…
Also on the calendar, our monthly meeting falls on the 21st; same time, same place. Speaking of calendars, if you’re looking for all things liberty related in New Hampshire check out this calendar.
June 16 is our monthly meeting. We meet in Belmont at the New Hong Kong Buffet. We gather in the large room on the left near the buffet. Stop by for lunch with your liberty loving neighbors.
If you’re looking for all more liberty connections in New Hampshire check out this calendar.
On your way to ForkFest this weekend, stop by.
On Sunday there is a work party to put the finishing touches on Tony’s place in Tilton; check in for details.
PorcFest is coming up on the 19th through the 24th.
Litter pick-up looks like July 1; details coming, mark your calendar.
LRP Beach Day will be July 15, save the date!
LLL – Liberty Lunch in Laconia; with several folks living and working in Laconia, we’ve had a few lunches on the fly. We general make arrangements via text messaging. If you’d like to get into the text group, shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop a comment below.
Looking at the calendar, our monthly meeting falls on the 21st; same time, same place. Speaking of calendars, if you’re looking for all things liberty related in New Hampshire check out this calendar.
Litter pick up postponed! (freezing rain overnight)
It’s time for our spring cleaning. We’ll be doing our first litter pick up, before the daffodils come up, on Sunday the
15th of April. We will start with breakfast at Shooter’s Tavern at 8:00 then hit the road around 9:00 (if you want to skip breakfast) . We are usually done within a couple of hours.
We will be handing out juror rights flyers to potential jurors in March and April. Dates for the March 2018 jury pool; March 19, April 2, and April 16. We will start at 8:30 and likely cross the street for a coffee at 9:00.
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The Belknap County board of commissioners have proposed a budget for 2018 which will have a whopping 33% increase on your property taxes payable to the county. Fortunately, the commissioners don’t have the power to make the appropriation. The county delegation has that authority, and they will meet on Monday January 22, 2018 to discuss and possibly vote on the appropriation.
You can find your delegation member/s (your state representatives) at the delegation page on the county web site. You can call or email to let them know how much more you would like to pay in your property tax bill. If you rent, you still pay property tax through your landlord, so feel free to voice your opinion.
I’m sure the delegation would be happy to see you watching over them as they decide how much to raise your taxes. The meeting is held at the county complex (next to the nursing home) at 34 County Drive, Laconia. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. so get there early to get a seat before the county employees fill the room.
January 20 is our monthly meeting. As always, if you’re looking for all things liberty related in New Hampshire check out this calendar.
Speaking of the NH Liberty calendar, there is an event scheduled for Sunday the 14th in Lincoln at the Woodstock Inn Brewery. Maybe we’ll have a heat wave rolling through by then.
I’m growing tired of Facebook, and some of you never got hooked on it (Congratulations!). It looks like you’d have to go to FB to RSVP to the event. I’ll tell you what, for those that are interested in going, leave a comment here by January 7th at 9:00 p.m. and I’ll go to FB and include you as a guest of mine.
If you are adding events to the NH Liberty calendar, please consider adding contact information that does not require FB. And if you want something posted here, email email@example.com
Let’s face it, we have all we need here in the lakes region. On Saturday, Oct 14th a few of us will take a short trip down to Manchester to support a very worthy cause.
Tammy Simmons is running for the board of aldermen in Manchester. I’m not a big fan of politics; for those that step up it’s a grind. If you are fortunate enough to have avoided the action on the inside, you have missed the reason you should support Tammy. You have missed seeing Tammy deliver the message of liberty to rooms full of statist; clearly, boldly, and passionately saying that which you scream at your news feed. You may be heard by your family and friends; Tammy pushes the message to those who would rather not hear the truth.
Please consider joining us for a few hours, I promise your investment of your valuable time will be well spent. Tammy is willing to do the hard work that comes after the election. The return on your investment is the delivery of the liberty message inside city hall. If you can’t make it Saturday, please share and look for other opportunities to help.
If you can make it, register at Ward 10 Door Knocking, or shoot an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Scott Cracraft has graciously invite the public to attend the Lakes Region Community College in their celebration of Constitution Day. On Wednesday, September 20th at noon in the College Academic Commons they will present “The Constitution and the Presidency.” They will celebrate the 230th anniversary with refreshments and a birthday cake.