A Lesson on Our U.S. Constitution

Posted by Kurt Feigel   // February 20, 2012   // Comments Off

You are invited to: A Lesson on Our U.S. Constitution

Probably the second most famous document in our Nation’s history, our U.S.
Constitution provided the rules of organization for the country to which our
Declaration of Independence gave birth. But how well do we understand this
document today? Is it even still relevant in our modern age? Come and learn the
truth about the men who wrote it and about their vision for America.

 

Event Information

Where: Charley’s Waterfront Cafe
When: Saturday, February 25, 2012
What Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
$15 per person for lunch

RSVP by Wednesday, February 22nd, by emailing Daniel at DanielBradshaw@embarqmail.com

OUR SPEAKER

Lynda Fairman graduated from the University of Florida, double-majoring in English and Speech with a minor in Drama. The Air Force Association selected her as their 1981 National Protocol Officer to give protocol briefings to cadets and active duty Air Force members throughout the US. She has been married to Air Force Maj. Terry Fairman since 1982. Lynda was selected the Langley AFB 1993 AF Spouse of the Year for her dedication and willingness to improve
residential crosswalk safety. After Terry retired from the Air Force in 1997 while in England, they moved to Yorktown, Virginia, with Terry joining Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding in Newport News as a senior engineer. Terry and Lynda have one son, Christopher, who is active duty in the Air Force Honor Guard at Arlington.

Lynda has over 25 years teaching experience in public, private, and home schools in Florida, Idaho, Texas, England, and Virginia – most recently at Tabb Middle School in York County where she served as their English Department Head for 4 years. She’s been nominated for Teacher of the Year several times and was selected a 2003 Fulbright Memorial Fund Scholar by the Japanese government to study their education system while traveling throughout Japan. Lynda was the Virginia Air & Space Center’s first Camp-In Coordinator from 1992-‘94, creating and developing aerospace education programs for educational overnight and summer camp experiences. She has taught public speaking skills to civic and political groups and as an individual speech coach.

Currently, Lynda works as a Homebound Tutor for the York County School Division and is Virginia’s First Congressional District Coordinator for We the People, a nationwide program to encourage public, private, and home schools to teach the US Constitution using non-partisan curriculum materials through Montpelier’s Center for the Constitution here in Virginia. She has studied the Constitution through graduate level courses at the National Archives in DC, The Center for the Constitution at Montpelier, the National Center for Constitutional Studies, the John Marshall Foundation in Richmond, and through private study of primary founding documents and analysis.

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