Constitution Day at Estudillo Mansion — September 22

A Celebration of the Constitution will be held at the City of San Jacinto Agricultural Festival on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM.

For questions regarding Celebration of America, please contact Jane Lauhon at janelauhon@verizon.net.  The following is from Jane Lauhon:

Please join us this Saturday for a Celebration of the Constitution.

Celebration of America
w/ Doug Gibbs, KCAA 1050
Gazebo, Estudillo Mansion
150 S. Dillon Avenue
San Jacinto, CA  92583

1:30 PM

Invocation by Pastor Chris Engel, Inland Valley Baptist Fellowship

Flag Presentation by R.O.T.C. San Jacinto High School

Pledge of Allegiance led by Cub Scout Pack 310

America The Beautiful by Inland Valley Baptist Fellowship Choir

Welcome & Introductions by Douglas V Gibbs, Constitutional Scholar, Teacher, Public Speaker & Radio Personality

“What the Constitution Means to Me” by Constitution Club Hemet High School

“What I love about America” by Individual Testimonies

My Country Tis of Thee by Inland Valley Baptist Fellowship Choir

2:00 PM

Douglas V Gibbs, KCAA 1050 Radio Broadcast
Subject:  United States Constitution and Founding Documents  (1st 30 minutes will be interviews with public for approximately 5 minutes each.)

2:30 PM

Remainder of Radio Broadcast

3:35 PM

God Bless the USA by Meredith Wollenschlager

This Land is Your Land by Evan Elliott and Ben Ediger,  Guitar

Protocol Demonstration by R.O.T.C. San Jacinto High School

End/Program

Questions on our Constitution?  Founding Documents?  Doug will be available to talk with you throughout the day and evening.

For more information about the historical Estudillo Mansion, visit http://www.ci.san-jacinto.ca.us/news/estudillo-mansion.html.

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Doug Gibbs offers FREE constitutional literacy classes.  To learn more, visit the civic category of my blog.

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About Hemet Sunshine

I am a homeschooling mom living in Hemet, California. I am interested in building a better community for the ones I love.
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