SCRP Summer Salmon Barbecue Picnic with Elaine Willman
Please join us for our annual Skagit County Republican Party Summer Salmon Barbeque Picnic! Event will be at noon on Saturday, July 28th at the Skagit River Park Play Fields.
Bring your appetites and enjoy delicious grilled Salmon; also we will have hamburgers, hot dogs, salad, coleslaw, baked bread, home made cookies and more. Abundant amounts of soda and bottled water will also be provided.
Our keynote speaker will be nationally known author, lecturer and property rights expert Elaine Willman.
Mrs. Willman has a Masters degree in Public Administration, for 6 years served as the National Chair of Citizens Equal Rights Alliance and for 7 years was the Director of Tribal Affairs for the city of Hobart Wisconsin.
Elaine is part Cherokee and her husband is a direct descendent of Sacagawea. She lives on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana where she is helping other residents defend against a Democrat "Taking of Water Rights" from landowners.
Elaine is the best selling author of "Going to Pieces...The dismantling of the United States of America" and "Slumbering Thunder...A Primer for Confronting the Spread of Federal Indian Policy & Tribalism overwhelming America."
Elaine will be discussing several hot topics including: Democrat Government Overreach, Federal Tribal Policy and the recent "Hirst Fix" legislation that excepts Skagit County residents from having access to well water on their own property.
Guaranteed to be very informative with plenty of time for Q and A.
The Skagit River Park Play Fields are located at 1720 East Whitmarsh Road, Burlington, 98233 (we will be in the covered shelter next to the horseshoe pits). Driving directions: From I-5 take 'Exit 229 George Hopper Rd'. East past Costco, left on S. Burlington Blvd, go 3 blocks North and take a right at Pease Rd., go 3 blocks and take a right E. Whitmarsh Rd., go South 2 blocks, Whitmarsh Shelter is on the left.
PLEASE RSVP! Event begins at Noon and will go until about 3 PM. RSVP / tickets are $25 per person, ages 6 - 16 are $10 per person and children 5 and under are free.