Today, Friday 2/23/18, was the last day of Project Democracy and the students at Rutherford High School were some of the best. The opportunity that Project Democracy provides for the Green Party of Bay County to be known and shared has been a true blessing for six years now. Thanks again to SOE Mark Anderson for allowing the two minor political parties; Green Party & Libertarian Party; to be a part of this annual voter registration effort with our 16-18 year old students of Bay County. Speaking about the history and 10 Key Values is always a major boost for me leading up to Earth Day Bay County on April 21, 2018 when I can once again set up the Green Party booth and continue to spread the word. Thanks to everyone who participated.
Tuesday we visited the students at Rosenwald High School and shared the Green Party position on all the hot button issues; gun control, abortion, minimum wage and more. Wednesday was Bay Haven Charter High School where many of the same issues were on the students minds as well as immigration issues. Last week and this week there have been moments of silent prayer for the students at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School and more questions about “ What Should We Do” about the gun issue than ever before.
Thoughts & Prayers Are obviously Not Enough!
Please join me in April for the 14th Annual Earth Day Bay County Celebration in McKenzie Park in historic Downtown Panama City.
Date: April 21, 2018
Time: 10am until 4pm
For Information and to Sign Up to have a booth go to. www.earthdaybaycounty.com
Today was our first day for Project Democracy 2018 and Henry Lawrence did presentations at Haney Vocational Technical School and Bay High School. As always it was a rewarding experience to interact with the students and share the Green Party 10 Key Values and respond to questions. Thank You to Mark Anderson the Bay County Supervisor of Elections for including the Green Party for the 6th consecutive year.