Thursday, October 20, 2005

Come to Clarksville on Saturday for Libertarian Party of Indiana Fundraiser

Here's the release on it:

"Lewis & Clark Festival fundraiser to benefit LPIN
Saturday, October 22nd, Clarksville

Come one, come all!

Saturday, October 22, 2005 at the home of LPINCC Ninth District Representative Greg Hertzsch in Clarksville, Indiana.

Food, fun, freedom! Noon until 6:00 PM.

This celebration of liberty takes place on the same day as the annual Lewis and Clark Festival, a mere ten-minute walk from Greg HertzschÂ’s home. On October 26, 1803, Lewis and Clark first met each other at this location (now known as George Rogers Clark Park), and it is when they began their journey exploring the northwestern and western USA. Yes, they departed from this location in Clarksville, Indiana. They paved the way for the great expansion westward of our great land.

Come and see demonstrations of what life was like in the pioneer days. See and tour the cabin where General George Rogers Clark lived in his latter years. Cannons will be shot off over the Ohio River. You will feel like you stepped back in time. And it is only a moment's walk from the LPIN party at GregÂ’s house!

Hosted by Greg Hertzsch at his house in historic Clarksville, Indiana.

LPIN members are asked to donate $20 for singles or $30 for the whole family. Come celebrate with us. There will be door prizes and drawings! Food and nonalcoholic drinks will be provided.

To RSVP, sign up, or get directions, contact Greg Hertzsch at

(812) 282-6084"

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