Another Successful Coucil Dinner!

The JBS Spring 2012 Council Dinner was held in Salt Lake City this past Saturday.  It gave members and supporters the opportunity to attend educational seminars during the day and listen to keynote speakers during the dinner.

For the afternoon sessions, JBS President John McManus gave an update to his popular Dollars & $ense presentation. Utah State Representative Christopher Herrod offered a truthful look at immigration.  JBS Council Member Darr Moon presented an insight into the federal government’s war on our natural resources.  The New American (TNA) Contributor Joe Wolverton discussed the details of the National Defense Authorization Act, and JBS National Director of Field Activities Jim Fitzgerald gave an in-depth look at why its important to support your local police.

At the evening Council Dinner, American Policy Center President Tom DeWeese gave a rousing speech on the successes of anti-Agenda 21 efforts across the country, which the JBS is an integral partner.  JBS CEO Arthur Thompson paralleled winning an election with successful organizing in his speech.

JBS COO Clark Curry joined the Executive Committee of the JBS Council.  He was then voted Chairman of the Committee.  We thank former Chairman Art Crino for his many wonderful years of active leadership on the Committee.  Mr. Crino will still remain on the Council.

JBS welcomed two new members to the Council, Darr Moon and Don Griffin.

If you missed this Council Dinner, join us in Houston, Texas for the fall Council Dinner on October 20.

We would like to thank everyone who participated and to all those who support JBS!


One Comment on “Another Successful Coucil Dinner!”

  1. Joanne Thompson says:

    As one who attended, yes, it was a very successful COUNCIL dinner!!

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