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Libertarian Party of Maryland

1999 Events

January 6 (Wednesday): 8:30 am. Join with us when we turn in more than 13,000 signatures to be verified by the State Administrative Board of Election Laws in order to qualify us as a recognized party until at least 12/31/2002!! We'll start gathering outside the building at about 8:15 am.

SABEL is located at 11 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD 21401, just a block and a half from the State House, and is very easy to reach. Simply come in the Rowe Blvd exit (Md Route 70) from US 50 and find a place to park near the State House. There are many garages and lots available to choose, and the General Assembly will not be in session at that time, so parking should be fairly easy to find.

Annapolis map

            Map not necessarily to scale! Legend:

            1. Lowe House Office Bldg
            2. Legislative Services Bldg
            3. Goldstein Treasury Bldg
            4. SABEL
            5. James Senate Office Bldg
            6. Executive Mansion
            7. State House
            8. Annapolis Post Office

January 18 (Monday): 7:30-10:00. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Social Meeting. Location is Jeff Keller's home: 18775 Summer Oak Ct., Germantown. Call 301-540-6421 for details and directions.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

February 15 (Monday): 7:30-10:00. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Business/Social Meeting. Location is Glenn Howard's home: 2105 Walsh View Terrace, #102, Silver Spring. Call 301-585-1793 for details and directions.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

February 20 (Saturday): All Day. LP Success 99, Timonium Holiday Inn. Following Part 1 of the Success '99 Leadership Training Seminar -- MDLP Central Committee Meeting, and then -- MDLP Gala Victory Celebration!! All three will take place at the Holiday Inn, Select -- 2004 Greenspring Drive, Timonium. Victory Celebration will feature music and dancing, cash bar, hot and cold hors d'oeuvres and a champagne toast to Liberty in Maryland. Plans are in the works to include a few Gaming Tables, as well. Come join us as we celebrate activism, hard work, and a victorious leap onto the Maryland ballot! Tentative timetable: MDLP Central Committee Meeting to begin at 4:30 pm. Victory Gala to begin at 7:00 pm. More info

March 7 (Sunday): Business meeting of the Baltimore City Libertarian Central Committee at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Susan Gaztañaga, 4806 Hamilton Avenue, Apt. 2D, Baltimore, MD 21206. Ph. (410) 325-2813. Light buffet lunch provided. Will elect officers and nominate a candidate for City Council in 1999.

April 2-4 (Friday-Sunday): The Baltimore Science Fiction Society Presents: BALTICON 33 at the Baltimore Omni Inner Harbor Hotel. Guest of Honor: David Weber; Art Guest of Honor: Jennifer E. Weyland. Hundreds of guests: authors, publishers, artists, scientists, musicians and over a thousand Fans like you. The area's largest & longest running convention of its kind! For more information contact: BALTICON 33 PO BOX 686 Baltimore, MD 21203; (410) JOE-BSFS (563-2737); WWW: http://www.balticon.org

April 19 (Monday): 7:30-10:30. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Business/Social Meeting. Location is Jeff Keller's home, 18775 Summer Oak Court, Germantown. Call 301-540-6421 for directions.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

April 20 (Tuesday): fundraiser for the Fourth of July Hemp Coalition. Keith Halderman will be speaking, and Steve Boone will have a speaking slot sometime between 9PM and 10PM. The LP-Maryland has been given a FREE table for the evening... and Steve's remarks will urge those assembled to register and vote Libertarian to get their message out. Volunteers to help with the table will be appreciated.

Admission: $10 if you're over 21. The Recher Theatre is an 18 over venue with valid ID. Those between 18-20 will be charged an additional $3 fee to the regularly priced admission. You must have ID. Directions to the Recher Theatre:

From North of Baltimore via I-95: Take I-95 South to 695 towards Towson SOUTH/DULANEY VALLEY RD exit number 27A on the RIGHT, towards TOWSON. DULANEY VALLEY RD becomes YORK RD. Drive a short distance to your destination at 512 York Rd. Big Marquee says Recher Theatre on front. PLENTY OF PARKING BEHIND CLUB!

From Virginia or South of Baltimore: Take I-95 North to Baltimore, Take the I-695 WEST exit, exit number 49B, on left towards I-70/I-83/TOWSON. Merge onto I-695 N. Take the MD-146 SOUTH/DULANEY VALLEY RD exit, exit number 27A, towards TOWSON. Merge onto DULANEY VALLEY RD. DULANEY VALLEY RD becomes YORK RD. Go to traffic circle and drive nearly all the way around. Turn Right on JOPPA. Make your first right on DELAWARE. Next block is SHEALEY AVE where free parking is on left. Walk down SHEALEY AVE to YORK ROAD. The Recher Theatre is on your left. PLENTY OF PARKING BEHIND CLUB!

April 23 (Friday): 7:00-9:30 pm. Fundraiser for Harry Browne 2000 campaign at Sheraton International Hotel, BWI Airport, 7032 Elm Road (410-691-9827). Info at Harry Browne 2000 website, telephone 888-932-2694.

May 1-2 (Saturday/Sunday): Towsontown Festival - Please let me know if you can help with the LP booth. We're in the same spot as always -- on Chesapeake Ave, about halfway up the block from York Rd. Towsontown is usually our 1st seasonal festival, and it's a great one! Please let me know if you can spend some time at the booth. Contact Nancy 410-833-8991.

May 2 (Sunday): 9:00 am. Bay Bridge Rendezvous and Walk in Stevensville. We're looking for people willing to staff the booth, hand out information to adults and stickers to the kids [and maybe even cold bottled water], and assist any people interested in registering or re-registering to vote.

We're also looking for a crew of people willing to walk across the 4.3 mile span carrying an inconspicuous LP banner, then either coming on back to the booth or going on home from there. Contact Steve Boone.

May 12 (Wednesday): 6:30. LDDS East meeting, at Pop's Tavern (corner of Wise Avenue and North Point Blvd). Those of you who can attend, please rsvp Jackie Madison.

May 15 (Saturday): Lorenzo Gaztañaga signature collecting. Walk the 1st district (Baltimore City) with OUR CANDIDATE. Meeting at Lorenzo's (right off Belair Rd.) starting at around noon. We NEED an ENTOURAGE as a show of support! Contact Nancy at 410-833-8991 for more information.

May 17 (Monday): 7:30-10:30. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Social Meeting. Location is Glenn Howard's home: 2105 Walsh View Terrace, #102, Silver Spring. Call 301-585-1793 for details and directions.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

May 17 (Monday): 6:30 pm. Prince Georges County Libertarian Party meeting at Franklin's General Store in Hyattsville. Good food, good beer, decent prices, great choice! Contact Shay Jones.

May 23 (Sunday): 1:00 pm. LPMD State Central Committee meeting.
Official Meeting Notice
To make your reservation for the buffet ($11 each), email it. You may pay at the door or send a check to PO Box 166, Arnold, MD 21012; make checks payable to lp-Maryland.

May 24 (Monday): 6:00 pm. Baltimore County Central Committee, 7:00 Northwest Corridor Libertarians

May 25 (Tuesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County. This is the last one scheduled for Tuesdays; beginning in June the meetings will be as listed on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.

May 27 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

May 28 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

June 1 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. The first meeting of the Washington County LDDS (Libertarian Drinking and Debating Society) at Richardsons Family Restaurant on Rt. 40 (Dual Highway) in Hagerstown. This meeting is for the purpose of discussing / organizing the Libertarian party in Washington County. Contact Kurt Saberg (301-241-3036) or Mike Bowman. More info at Washington Co. L.D.D.S. - Home.

June 3 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

June 5 (Saturday): Bowiefest, Bowie. We're manning an outreach booth in this huge annual festival for the first time! Contact Mark Leonard at 301-464-9174, or Nancy at 410-833-8991 for more information.

June 9 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

June 9 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

June 10 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

June 11 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

June 11 (Friday): 7:00 pm - 1:00 am. An informal party at Keith's. Casual, BYOB, feel free to bring extra snack foods. email Ron Kean for directions.

June 11 (Friday): MUSICAL GROUP PLAYS BENEFIT. Baltimore area musical group "Circle Six" play a benefit show at Fletcher's in Fell's Point. "Circle Six" promotes a freedom oriented message through their music--a blend of rock and heavy beats with spoken words. An angry vibe charged with political lyrics and tales of misfortune at the hands of the "powers". With danceable beats and intelligent words, a Circle Six show will leave you entertained and charged for the freedom front. And the show is a benefit for the Leukemia Society or something along those lines. Details can be found at http://members.tripod.com/~circlesix/ or http://www.930.com (go to shows).

June 12 (Saturday): noon - 6:00 pm. Pride Festival. Directions: From north of Baltimore: Take Beltway I-695 to exit 23 (I-83 south). Follow I-83 to exit 7, (Druid Park Lake Drive) and follow directions for 'All' below: From south of Balt: Take Beltway I-695 to exit 11 (I-95 north). Follow I-95 to exit 53 (I-395) and follow signs to Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Follow MLK Blvd. about 12 blocks, then follow signs to I-83. At I-83 ramp, follow signs to 28th St., then for Druid Park Lake Drive, and follow for 'All' below: All: After exiting from I-83 onto Druid Park Lake Drive, the lake will be on your right. The first turn will take you into the Park (about 1/3 mile). After entering the park, Festival Vendors will turn left onto Swann Drive and proceed to the Registration/Information Booth to check in and receive their space assignment. All Others will turn right into the parking area. You cannot enter the park on Swann Drive because it will be closed for the Festival (and is a one-way street.) "If there are any changes in traffic conditions, please follow signs to Festival."

Parking at Druid Hill Park will be permitted in designated areas only. Parking on the grass is Strictly Prohibited and Will Be Enforced.

Shuttle service will be provided from 11:30AM-7:PM. The shuttles will board at Eager and Charles Sts, in Mt. Vernon. [personally, I'd get there early as there is a parking lot right there which will be filled within a fairly short time!]

How about a tent, some tables and chairs? Support/help, anyone??? If I have nobody/nothing more than some literature and these two stalwart souls with me to help, I'm not going to bother with it at all... let me know PDQ, I've got to file the application and fee by Tues. (tomorrow) afternoon... Contact GMJ.

June 12-13 (Saturday/Sunday): Cumberland 1999 Heritage Days. Want to get a display together with the theme "Celebrating our Heritage of LIBERTY" -- looking for ideas to include! I plan to be in Cumberland for both days, but we'll need some help either or both days.

In 1997, we were kind of on the outskirts of the festival, on the far north end of the exhibits. Now, we're in the thick of things! We're in the cluster of information booths closest to the Washington Street hill where most of the craft exhibitors are!

Our booth number is 314, and it's on the west side of Baltimore Street [now a pedestrian mall] between N. Liberty and N. Mechanic Streets. The area is just south of the entertainment area and the information booth, so we'll have PLENTY of traffic, and "business" should be very brisk. I'm VERY excited about this one!

For those up on Saturday, I want to try to arrange a meeting with some of the locals [including my sister] to see if we can't at least get an LDDS going. Plans are up in the air at this point, but I will be sending post cards out to members and prospects in Allegany inviting them to reply if they're interested and we'll arrange a place, most likely "When Pigs Fly", to meet afterward.

*Today, Washington County; tomorrow, the REST of Western Maryland!*

However you get there, get on I-70 westbound from Frederick. Take I-70 all the way until you get to Hancock, where there will be a left-hand exit for *INTERSTATE 68*. It'll be Exit 1 from I-70.

Follow I-68 westbound till you reach Cumberland. Take Exit 43-C for "Downtown". You'll see the Holiday Inn on your right hand side coming across the bridge. Keep bearing right, it'll put you on Harrison Street [I'm pretty sure that's the name of it.] Go two blocks toward the Holiday Inn and turn left on George Street.

Turn left into the parking garage. By special arrangement, the parking for the entire day is, if it's like previous years, only one FRN... payable in coin on your way out. Walk to the opposite end of the garage from the Holiday Inn and take the stairway out to Union Street. Make a left. Take your first right onto Centre Street.

Go one block to Baltimore Street, turn left. Go down one block and start looking for the LP booth just after you cross Liberty Street. You'll see us on the right-hand side!

I'll be setting up probably around 8:30 - 9:00 AM. You can try my cell phone at 410-608-5648 if any problems, but, just remember, please... I'll be out of my calling area and ON ROAM.

Contact Steve Boone.

June 13 (Sunday): Federal Hill Funfest -- Walk with OUR CANDIDATE (Baltimore City) Lorenzo Gaztañaga. Contact Nancy at 410-833-8991 for more information.

June 16 (Wednesday): My new band "Mad Mother Earth" will be playing at an open mic contest. The location is the Vault Nightclub on Eutaw & Baltimore Streets, Downtown Baltimore. You can get in free by using this free pass -- http://www.noworldorder.net/freepass.html. Just follow the directions on the flyer.

The reason I hope you can attend is that if a number of people show up to support us the club will most likely book us for a weekend night. As many of you know, I like to spread our message, and whenever possible I bring the Libertarians to these shows/events for outreach opportunities, and at club shows I can do this with no charge to the party. You help me so I can help us, that's how it's supposed to work, right? Friends helping friends is the way to go!

Also, we are recording the few songs we'll be doing, so you can help us make some noise! Hope to see some (well, ALL) of you there! Chris Couture.

June 17 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

June 18 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County.

June 18 (Friday): 10:00 am. MDLP chair Steve Boone's taped interview on WNAV AM-1450 in Annapolis. It's part of a tag-team effort with George Getz from National who will also be given about 15 minutes. Our segments will be separate, but I'll be asked about the LP's local efforts and what we're planning to do in the State, as well as our views on local legislative efforts on guns, taxes, etc.

The interview will be broadcast in the 10 am hour and I'm told probably closer to 10 than 11. I'll make sure to mention the LDDS-Annapolis/AA County meeting for this evening [maybe PieZano's will be overflowing with people demanding to become members!] as well as talk about Lorenzo's campaign in Baltimore City.

June 19 (Saturday): 12:00 to 7:30 pm. Juneteenth Festival at historic Orchard Street Church (a Baltimore stop on the Underground Railroad) -- Lorenzo Gaztañaga (Baltimore City Council candidate) is having a booth. Please come and support him. There will be: National sweet potato pie contest, lectures, demonstrations, hand dancing, childrens' games, Civil War lectures, Underground Railroad tours, and blues singers. The contact is the Juneteenth National Museum... didn't know it existed? Neither did I.

I-83 to Fayette Street....... and close to there. Email me for complete directions. Contact Nancy Millionie at 410-833-8991 for more information.

June 21 (Monday): 6:30 pm. Prince Georges County Libertarian Party Central Committee meeting. Location is Franklinís in Hyattsville (301-927-2740), located south of College Park at 5121 Baltimore Ave (US Rte 1) just south of Lustine. Contact James McLaughlin.

June 21 (Monday): 7:30-10:30. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Business Meeting. Contact Glenn Howard at 301-585-1793 for details and directions.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

June 23 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

June 24 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

June 24 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. Congressional Baseball Game at Prince George's County Stadium (home of the Bowie Baysox). This is a Democrat vs. Republican baseball game "to compete in this time-honored battle for political bragging rights." * I've secured a couple of people to hand out some literature and a "Liberty's Best Quotations" leaflet I made from the quotes in the LP NEWS. The game starts at 7pm with the gates opening at 5:30pm (I'll be there when the gates open). Cost of a ticket is $8 and the proceeds go to the Bowie Health Center. If anyone is interested, c'mon out!! If you don't want to attend the game, you can still come out and hand out some literature and show the colors!!. Parking is FREE. Contact Michael Dobak.

June 25 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

June 26-27 (Saturday/Sunday): Latino Festival in Patterson Park -- Walk with OUR CANDIDATE (Baltimore City) Lorenzo Gaztañaga. Contact Nancy at 410-833-8991 for more information.

June 28 (Monday): 7:00 pm. Northwest Corridor Libertarians

June 30 (Wednesday): PG-LDDS (Libertarian Drinking & Debating Society) will (tentatively) be held at the 94th Aero Squadron in College Park. From the Beltway (495), go south on Rt 1 towards College Park. Once near campus, look for Paint Branch Hwy. Left at traffic light onto Paint Branch Hwy. Pass three traffic lights. 94th is on the left -- 94th Aero Squadron 5240 PAINT BRANCH PKWY. (301-699-9400) (Note: If you get to Kenilworth Ave., you've gone too far). Contact James McLaughlin.

July 1 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

July 3 (Saturday): 8:30 am - noon. Walk with the MDLP in the Dundalk Parade!! WE NEED A BIG CROWD!! It starts from Logan Village Shopping Center, on Dundalk Avenue. We'll be carrying the LP banner (probably several); Lauren will be wearing her Miss Liberty outfit; and of course, our City Council candidate, Lorenzo Gaztañaga, will be walking with us, tee-shirts, signs, etc. Lorenzo will be riding in a small float, so bring your children to ride with him! Our journey along the Parade route should take about an hour.

Afterwards, we've been invited to Jackie Madison's house for "sammiches, etc." I'd like to know HOW MANY plan to attend the Parade, and Jackie's. PLEASE RSVP. I think we should each bring "something"... soda, chips... etc. Also...... I have assembled a number of flags to carry, and it would be nice to know if we have enough people to carry the banners and flags. Being an old Dundalk girl myself, I'm looking forward to it. Please let me know if you're coming. It would be great to have a HUGE crowd of Libertarians in this parade, walking and waving. Dundalk's parade is BIG, borders Lorenzo's district, and is one of the best in the Baltimore area. Please plan to join us.

Directions. From Harbor Tunnel - A. I-895... take first exit, "Holabird Avenue - Dundalk". Continue to Dundalk Avenue (it's real soon), and turn right. B. You are now going south on Dundalk Avenue. Go appx 2 1/2 miles and see Logan Village Shopping Center on your left.

From I-95 Tunnel - A. Take first exit past toll booths, marked "Dundalk Area", and follow signs to Dundalk Avenue. B. You are now going south on Dundalk Avenue. Go appx 2 1/2 miles and see Logan Village Shopping Center on your left.

From Key Bridge - A. I-695. Take first exit - Long off ramp, to Dundalk Avenue. B. You are now going north on Dundalk Avenue. Go appx 1 mile and see Logan Village Shopping Center on your right.

From North - Beltway 695 - A. Take Exit 39, "Merritt Blvd". Continuing south, go appx. 1 1/2 mi to the light at Wise Avenue (on your left side), and (Holabird Avenue on your right side). Turn right onto Holabird. Go appx 1 1/2 mi to Dundalk Avenue and turn left. B. You are now going south on Dundalk Avenue. Go appx 1 3/4 miles and see Logan Village Shopping Center on your left.

Parking for "our" vehicles will be behind the shopping center. We are the "White Division", "W" Section 2, Position 20. Please try to arrive early, as close to 7:30 as possible. We will meet as a group at the High's, near the Gas Station. (Very handy for that extra cup of coffee!) "Johnny-on-the-spots" will be there for our convenience. We will need to decorate Wyatt's truck. I have ordered 3 banners for Lorenzo, and I have bows and other red white and blue decos. PLEASE BRING A BAG OR TWO OF HARD CANDY. If we have enough people, we can put one person on either sidewalk of the Parade route (but not in the street), wearing a Campaign shirt to pass out literature, and candy to the kiddies. I will have my cooler in the truck with water and Gator Ade, some spray bottles of cold water, etc. Remember that if you get tired, you can always jump in the truck and ride the rest of the way.

For those that can make lunch at Jackie's following the Parade, it's as follows: Her address is 8109 Shore Road. She is only 1 1/2 miles from the VA Hospital at Fort Howard. Coming from the Parade, we will go north on Dundalk Avenue, 2 1/2 mi to Holabird Avenue (which turns into Wise Ave.), and turn Right. Follow that for appx 3 3/4 mi to the end at North Point Blvd/Rd. Make a right and go south toward Edgemere, appx 3 miles to Shore Road and turn Right. Park in the lot next door. Please bring some soda, snacks, rolls, bread or other lunch food to contribute to the cost. Jackie's number: 410-477-8418. If we keep our act together, we can "caravan" over and back. Don't forget to bring your bowlwin ball. I'll have mine, just in case!

Contact Nancy Millionie at 410-833-8991 for more information.

July 4 (Sunday): Nation Hemp Festival at the mall in DC. Five of the speakers will be from the Libertarian Party at Lafayette Square in front of the White House were the festival begins. After the speakers give their presentations, a parade goes from the square to the mall at 21st and Constitutional Avenue (where we will have our tent). Additional speakers will be at the second location. This is a good time to talk to a young crowd, many of whom are not yet committed to a political party. Anyone interested in being at our booth to help out, please call Keith Halderman at 301-926-1594 for further details. If you stay until dark, you will be treated to one of the biggest displays of fireworks in the nation! Many people will have the next day off, so take the time to celebrate, and help the LP too.

July 6 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Washington County.

July 8 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

July 9 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

July 14 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

July 14 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

July 15 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

July 15 (Thursday): 6:00 pm. Initial LDDS for eastern shore and Delaware. A pay-your-own-way dinner will be at the Friendly's on US Route 13 in Seaford, DE starting at about 6 pm, then the whole group will troop across the highway to the Day's Inn, starting at 7:00 pm.

The formal program will be very brief. There are only three speakers scheduled: Bill Morris, "the Old Libertarian" from Delaware, Bob Sigler from Sussex County, and myself will offer brief remarks about how LDDSes work, with the intent of forming some similar organization or organizations in the affected areas.

These types of groups do wonders for disseminating information, for increasing activity levels, for building camaraderie among local LP members as well as LP wannabes, and for recruiting, because people can come to a public place, "hang out" for a while in a non-threatening atmosphere, and talk, scheme, or just hoist a brewski for Liberty. Contact Steve Boone.

July 16 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County.

July 17 (Saturday): 10:00 am. The Libertarian Club of Baltimore has adopted a 3/4 mile section of Charles Street just south of the Beltway under the MD State Adopt-A-Highway Program. This is an LP publicity / Public Relations project of the Baltimore Area (and some very welcome other) Libertarians. We meet at the Ruxton Center on Charles Street (about one mile South of I-695). If you would like to join us, contact Bill Buzzell.

July 19 (Monday): 6:30. Prince George's Libertarians.

July 19 (Monday): 7:30-10:30. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Social Meeting. Contact Glenn Howard at 301-585-1793 for details and directions.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

July 21 (Wednesday): 1:00-5:00 pm. The Annual Millard J. Tawes Crab & Clam Bake at Somers Cove Marina in Crisfield, MD. Tickets are $30.00 each.

Now, here's the scoop... many of you said, "Hey, that would be a neat thing to go to, especially for the Party." OK, let's sweeten the deal! For the mere price of $150.00 plus a nominal fee for tables and chairs, we can have the Libertarian Party of Maryland right in the thick of things, with our very own TENT... where we can hand out literature, etc...

This event is one where "anyone who is anyone in politics in Maryland" goes... and the LP should be invading that territory with the Duopoly... it'll shake the hell out of them.... Now that we're recognized, we should be going head to head with them...

So, I'm looking for at least 30 people who are willing to commit to attending, more would be a good and happy thing. We can even try to arrange a bus or a couple of vans that day so that people don't have to drive all that way.

We need about 15 more people to step forward and buy a ticket, (even if you can't go) and THEN we'll be able to have an MDLP tent right in the thick of it! Literature, banners, and ALL! You need a day off from work anyway, don't you? Details as follows: Yes, they will have more than seafood to eat. Yes, some transportation is available. Bear and Nancy will be taking their vans, and Gwen has offered to drive her huge motor home, which is fully self-contained and sleeps 6. Some of us are considering driving back up to Ocean City afterwards to spend the night and possibly the next day in O.C. MD Libertarians hit the Boardwalk! Sounds like fun to me!! :-) Or, since it ends at 5 pm, you can still be back home by 8 or 9 pm.

Make checks payable to: MDLP, indicate in the memo box, "Tawes Crab Feast". This supercedes the payment instructions printed in the June Free? State Libertarian. Mail to: Steve Boone, 17 E Hogarth Circle, Cockeysville, MD 21030. IMPORTANT: if you have already sent checks made out to "Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce", please make out a new one and resend to Steve. The original one will be voided. Turns out that they need to receive a single payment from the MDLP, and will not accept separate payments. Deadline is June 21. Contact Steve Boone. Some more data is at Somerset County, Maryland--Events Calendar .

Well, gang, it worked! We *will* have a tent at the 23rd Annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake in Crisfield. We'll have three tables and 34 chairs, so that some of our visitors may have a chance to sit and chat. This morning, I mailed off a check for $900.00 to cover 30 tickets... if you're NOT among the original folks who sent me a check, and you want to go, then I recommend you buy your tickets--IN ADVANCE--from the Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce directly. They're limiting the number of tickets to 5,000... and tend to sell out before the event. Their number is: 800-782-3913.

July 22 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

July 23 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

July 26 (Monday): 6:00 pm. Baltimore County Central Committee meeting CANCELLED, 7:00 Northwest Corridor Libertarians

July 28 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County CANCELLED.

July 28 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. PG-LDDS (Libertarian Drinking & Debating Society) will be held at the 94th Aero Squadron in College Park. From the Beltway (495), go south on Rt 1 towards College Park. Once near campus, look for Paint Branch Hwy. Left at traffic light onto Paint Branch Hwy. Pass three traffic lights. 94th is on the left -- 94th Aero Squadron 5240 PAINT BRANCH PKWY. (301-699-9400) (Note: If you get to Kenilworth Ave., you've gone too far). Contact James McLaughlin.

July 29 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

August 3 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Washington County.

August 5 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

August 8 (Sunday): noon-6:00 pm. The Annual Maryland Libertarian Party Picnic! Come one, come all! Come and be with other liberty loving people. Bring the whole family. We plan on having a great time. There are paddle boat and horseshoe rentals. A children's playground just a few yards away. Feed the ducks down by the lake. There's plenty of room to toss frisbees and fly kites. Maybe a game of volley ball? And of course, lots of good food. Anyone interested?

This year is going to be a little different. Your $5.00 pays for the picnic food, drinks, and expenses. After the picnic and central committee meeting is over, we're going to open it up to the public for a free drum circle on the park lawn.

Make this a great outreach. Tell all your friends. If you don't have a drum, bring a guitar, fiddle, hoot on old jugs, whatever you have that you want to make music with. Let's have a ragtime jam! Or just come and listen. It will be fun!

The drum circle will be out on the lawn. Bring a chair or a blanket. We'll have speakers during several intermissions.

I need volunteers to help with the food. And if anyone knows a lover of liberty that has a good speech to give, let me know. They can be from other organizations, too.

Who: You, your family, and friends.
When: Sunday, August 8th, 1999.
Schedule:

    12:00 pm social hour, picnic is served! BYOB.
    1:00 pm central committee meeting
    3:00 pm drum circle and speeches in intermissions
    6:00 pm wrap-up speechs

Where: Gude Park, Laurel Maryland. Covered pavilion A.

Directions: From Baltimore I-95 south take Route 198 east Laurel (exit 33-A). From Washington I-95 north take Route 198 east Laurel (exit 33-A). (Yes, it's the same exit number either way.) Follow Route 198 east to Fourth street and turn right. Follow Fourth street until it dead ends on Cherry Lane. Turn left on Cherry Lane and then make an immediate right on Laurel place. Follow Laurel place until it dead ends on Mulberry and turn right. Free parking on Mulberry near the signs that say Laurel Lakes and Gude Park.

Cost: $5.00 for picnic (free after 3:00 pm) Write out check and send to: Randy Bryan 8214 Harvest Bend #22 Laurel MD 20707

Picnic menu: hamburgers, corn chips, watermelon (volunteers needed to bring chilled), fruit basket, orange juice, apple juice, diet sprite, water fountain

Other: No glass containers are allowed in the park.

More info, contact: Randy Bryan.

August 9 (Monday): 7:30-10:30. Montgomery County Libertarian Party Business Meeting (early in month so as to be a last minute planning meeting for our fair). Location is Jeff Keller's home. If you need directions, call Jeff at 301-540-6421.

Montgomery County LP meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday at 7:30 pm. The location varies. Each meeting is an informal social event, but the meetings in Feb., April, June, August, October, and December also include a business meeting.

August 7-14 (Saturday-Saturday): Howard County Fair. This is our first opportunity to appear at the Howard County Fair in a long time, if ever. We're going to need some volunteer staffers at the booth, which is INDOORS in the Exhibit Hall, while the Fair is open. I'd be satisfied if we covered it from 4pm or so til close.

The Howard County Fairgrounds is at I-70 and Route 32, just south of the interstate. We need to make sure we have a presence there so that we can get this registration drive kicking! If you have available time and can make it, please contact Kevin & Deborah Wolf at 410-750-8531 (please talk to the machine - too many salesmen!!!).

August 11 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

August 11 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

August 12 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

August 13 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

August 13-21 (Friday-Saturday): 10 am - 10 pm daily (except on Aug 13 opens at 3 pm). Montgomery County Agriculture Fair. Thousands of people will pass by our booth and hundreds will stop and talk. This is the year we concentrate on signing up new members! This is a good opportunity for those of you from counties that are not fully organized yet and would like to learn first hand how to run a booth at a fair. Bill Galvin and Keith Halderman will be coordinating the LP booth effort. Volunteers are needed to staff the booth. Each day is divided into 3 shifts; 10 am to 2 pm, 2 pm to 6 pm, and 6 pm to 10 pm. Please contact Keith at 301-926-1594.

August 16 (Monday): 6:30. Prince George's Libertarians.

August 17 (Tuesday): 7:00 pm. Lorenzo Gaztañaga campaign event: forum for first district candidates at the United Steelworkers of America hall at 540 Dundalk Avenue. Libertarians, take note -- a good occasion to be out in force with T-shirts and buttons.

August 18 (Wednesday): 7:30 pm. Lorenzo Gaztañaga campaign event: forum for first district candidates at the Jerusalem Lutheran Church, 4605 Belair Road (corner of Belair and Moravia roads). Libertarians, take note -- a good occasion to be out in force with T-shirts and buttons.

August 19 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

August 20 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County.

August 23 (Monday): 7:00 pm. Northwest Corridor Libertarians

August 25 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

August 25 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Prince Georges County.

August 26 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

August 27 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

August 28 (Saturday): 6:00 pm. The Libertarian Club of Baltimore has adopted a 3/4 mile section of Charles Street just south of the Beltway under the MD State Adopt-A-Highway Program. This is an LP publicity / Public Relations project of the Baltimore Area (and some very welcome other) Libertarians. We meet at the Ruxton Center on Charles Street (about one mile South of I-695). If you would like to join us, contact Bill Buzzell.

September 2 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

September 7 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Washington County.

September 8 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. Frederick County's first LDDS meeting. Contact Wayne Dougherty (301-834-6179/6943) for info.

September 8 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

September 8 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

September 9 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

September 10 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

September 12 (Sunday): 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Essex Day Festival. Looking for help to work the LP booth. 2 hrs, 4 hrs, whatever you can do. Also need help with set up 7 am to 10 am and tear down 6 pm to 7 pm. Contact Bill Buzzell.

September 15-19 (Wednesday-Sunday): Anne Arundel County Fair. We are looking for volunteers to help man the booth. Please contact Spear Lancaster (800-899-5401 or 410-519-0190 daytime, 410-923-331 evenings/weekends).

September 16 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

September 17 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County rescheduled for September 24.

September 17-25 (Friday-Saturday): 10:00 am - 11:00 pm. Great Frederick Fair, at the Frederick County Agriculture Committee fairgrounds, in Frederick City. The fair's website is www.thegreatfrederickfair.com. Looking for people to man the MDLP booth. Please contact Wayne Dougherty (301-834-6179/6943).

September 20 (Monday): 6:30. Prince George's Libertarians.

September 20 (Monday): 7:30 pm. Montgomery County LP Social Meeting. Doris Gordon's home, 13424 Hathaway Drive in Wheaton. Call 301-460-4141 for details and directions.

September 22 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

September 23 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

September 24 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County. Moved from the third Friday this month due to the Anne Arundel County Fair.

September 24 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

September 25 (Saturday): 4:30 pm. The Libertarian Club of Baltimore has adopted a 3/4 mile section of Charles Street just south of the Beltway under the MD State Adopt-A-Highway Program. This is an LP publicity / Public Relations project of the Baltimore Area (and some very welcome other) Libertarians. We meet at the Ruxton Center on Charles Street (about one mile South of I-695). If you would like to join us, contact Bill Buzzell.

September 26 (Sunday): 11:00 am - 6:30 pm. Takoma Park Folk Festival. Outreach! Contact Glenn Howard (301-585-1793) for details and directions.

September 26 (Sunday): 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. Gaithersburg Old Towne Day. Outreach! Contact Bill Galvin (301-990-0015) for details and directions.

September 27 (Monday): 6:00 pm. Baltimore County Central Committee meeting, 7:00 Northwest Corridor Libertarians.

September 29 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Prince Georges County.

September 30 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

October 5 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Washington County.

October 7 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

October 8 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

October 9 (Saturday): 6:00 pm. Lorenzo Gaztañaga fundraiser dinner at Galeano's Restaurant, 413 S. High Street (corner of Eastern Ave.) Contact Nancy Millionie at 410-833-8991 for more information.

October 9 (Saturday): 9:00 pm - 1:00 am. Member and musician Chris Couture and one of his bands will be playing at the site of the LDDS North meeting. I'm hoping that you'll be attending the fundraiser earlier; but afterwards, you can boogie on up to Timonium (as I am) to catch some of Chris's show. Chris is a marvelous entertainer, and his passion for Liberty is reflected in his music. Nancy Millionie.

October 9 (Saturday): 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Germantown Oktoberfest. Outreach! The Montgomery County LP will have a small tent. Admission to the Oktoberfest is free, and the event is open to the public. Ron Kean, Bill Galvin, and Keith Halderman will be setting up in the morning and will staff the tent. LP'ers are invited to drop by the tent anytime and help out.

There will be food vendors and a large tent with a bandstand and dining tables at the Oktoberfest. The event will be held rain or shine.

Location: The Oktoberfest is at Phillips farm on Schaefer Road in Germantown near the intersection of route 118 and Clopper Road in Germantown. North on I270 to Route 118, exit towards Germantown, right on Clopper Road. Shaefer Road is very near the intersection of route 118 and Clopper.

Contact Glenn Howard (301-585-1793) for additional info.

October 10 (Sunday): 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. ABATE rally. Motorcycle ride around the State House helmetless. LP table at the AA county fairgrounds. Steve Boone and Keith Halderman will be speaking. Bill Galvin has also agreed to help man the booth. We could use more, as this can be a busy time. The other two parties have been invited and have declined. The chap in charge is going to put up a big sign and show an empty table.

We will also have a table at the Unity Now program. This will be at the AA community college in the Cade Building. This starts at 2:00 pm and goes through 7:00 pm. If you can come by we would like all the help we can get. Spear Lancaster (800-899-5401 or 410-519-0190 daytime, 410-923-331 evenings/weekends).

October 13 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

October 13 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

October 14 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

October 15 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County.

October 16 (Saturday): Maryland LP State Convention

October 18 (Monday): 6:30 pm. Prince George's Libertarians.

October 18 (Monday): 7:30 pm. Montgomery County LP Business Meeting. Upcounty Meeting! Jeff Keller's home, 18775 Summer Oak Court in Germantown. Contact Jeff (301-540-6421) for details and directions.

October 21 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

October 22 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

October 25 (Monday): 7:00 pm. Northwest Corridor Libertarians.

October 27 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Prince Georges County.

October 27 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

October 28 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

November 2 (Tuesday): 7:00 am - 8:00 pm. Election Day. Help out at the polls with the Lorenzo Gaztañaga for Baltimore City Council campaign. Contact Nancy Millionie at 410-833-8991 for more information.

November 2 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Washington County.

November 4 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

November 6 (Saturday): 10:00 am. The Libertarian Club of Baltimore has adopted a 3/4 mile section of Charles Street just south of the Beltway under the MD State Adopt-A-Highway Program. This is an LP publicity / Public Relations project of the Baltimore Area (and some very welcome other) Libertarians. We meet at the Ruxton Center on Charles Street (about one mile South of I-695). If you would like to join us, contact Bill Buzzell.

November 10 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

November 10 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

November 11 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

November 12 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

November 13 (Saturday): 10:00 am. Citizen's Summit: National Plan To End Unlawful Income Tax at the National Press Club, Washington, DC. See We The People Features - Taxes - Summit Meeting Agenda and Registration

November 15 (Monday): 6:30. Prince George's Libertarians.

November 15 (Monday): 7:30 pm. Montgomery County LP Social Meeting. Glenn Howard's home, 2105 Walsh View Terrace, #102, Silver Spring. Contact Glenn (301-585-1793) for details and directions.

November 18 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

November 19 (Friday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County.

November 20 (Saturday): 8:45 am. The League of Women Voters sponsors a course on Lobbying in the Joint Hearing room, Legislative Services Building, 90 State Circle, Annapolis.

    8:45 am - Registration
    10:15 am - Workshops include:

      1. How the legislative process works
      2. Year Round Lobbying
      3. Advanced Strategies and Influencing regulation

    11.25 am workshop: The Budget Process in Maryland

    1:50 pm Workshops:

      1. Basic Lobbying Techniques and making a difference
      2. Legislative Staff as a resource
      3. Coalitions, partnerships, grass roots.

Cost $50.

November 22 (Monday): 6:00 pm. Baltimore County Central Committee meeting, 7:00 Northwest Corridor Libertarians.

November 24 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Prince Georges County.

November 24 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

November 25 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City. (If this is canceled, tell me)

November 26 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

December 2 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

December 7 (Tuesday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Washington County.

December 8 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Eastern Baltimore County.

December 8 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

December 9 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

December 10 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium.

December 11 (Saturday): 6:00 pm - midnight. Holiday Party / Pot Luck Dinner, Maryland LP and Montgomery County LP. Please RSVP.

Location: Doris Gordon's home (phone 301-460-4141) 13424 Hathaway Drive, Wheaton MD 20906.

Pot Luck Dinner: Starts at 6:00. Please contact Gerry Schneider at 301-929-8593 to RSVP and let him know what you would like to bring.

Business meeting: There will be a short Montgomery County LP business meeting starting at 7:00 (in a separate room).

Wrapped Gift Auction: If you have one or more new or used items such as interesting books, knick-knacks, curios, etc. to contribute to the blind auction, please wrap them and bring them along. Anything from backscratchers to Beanie Babies. Don't hesitate to bring several items; the more the merrier. The blind auction is fun, whether you bid a little or bid a lot. Bid a little, and you may end up with a bargain. Bid a lot, and you may get a chance to switch with a lower bidder for what you really want. The proceeds go to the state LP and Montgomery County LP.

Directions: From I-495 Beltway, exit 31 north on Georgia Ave (MD97). Go 3.4 miles north on Georgia Ave. to Layhill Rd. (MD182). There is a traffic signal at Layhill Rd. Bear right (45 degree turn) on Layhill Rd. and proceed north 1.1 miles to Hathaway Drive on left. There is no traffic signal at Hathaway Drive. Turn left on Hathaway Drive. The first house on the right, 150 feet from the intersection, is 13424 Hathaway Drive.

Metro: It is not very convenient to get to the party by Metro, but here is the information about that. The nearest Metro station is Glenmont (Red Line), which is about 500 feet northwest of the intersection of Georgia Ave. and Layhill Rd. It would be about a 20 minute fast walk (one mile) north on Layhill Rd. to Hathaway Dr. There is no bus service north on Layhill Rd. on weekends. Parts of Layhill Road are poorly lit at night; it may be advisable to bring a flashlight if you try to walk that route. You may try calling 301-460-4141 from the Metro station or the 7-11 near the Metro station and ask if someone can drive there to pick you up. The last Metro train leaves the Glenmont station at about 12:30 weekends during the extended hours policy which Metro has put in effect starting in November.

December 16 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

December 17 (Friday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Anne Arundel County.

December 20 (Monday): 6:30. Prince George's Libertarians canceled for the holidays.

December 22 (Wednesday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Montgomery County.

December 23 (Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

December 24 (Friday): 7:30 pm. LDDS, Timonium. (If this is canceled, tell me)

December 27 (Monday): 7:00 pm. Northwest Corridor Libertarians.

December 29 (Wednesday): 6:30 pm. LDDS, Prince Georges County.

December 30(Thursday): 7:00 pm. LDDS, Baltimore City.

January 15 (Saturday): 3:00-5:00 pm. Howard county organization. The location is yet to be arranged. The time is subject to change depending on space availability, but we're doing an afternoon slot to allow the maximum number of people to participate. [At the end of this post, I've got a list of tasks we need some volunteer help on to pull this off.]

The first party-building social event of 2000 is being scheduled! It's going to be a roll-out of a new concept that we're going to try for the registration drive, and will include snacks, soft drinks or juices, and other munchies. It's OPEN TO ALL, not just Howard County residents and not just LPers.

The majority of the time is reserved for mingling, but there will be a short program to answer the question: "Is there interest in forming a Howard County Libertarian Central Committee?" If the answer to that is "yes", then a short organizational meeting will ensue with those interested. Others may then return to mixing.

Over the next couple of weeks, a mailing will be sent to the following folks:

1) State LP members residing in Howard County 2) National-only members residing in Howard 3) Prospects gathered from the County in the past year.

Our mailing will talk of the Party's having obtained ballot access in the State, our need of getting the 1% to maintain ballot status, and asking them to change their registration to Libertarian if they haven't already done so.

With local elections as well as the 2002 campaigns coming on, we'll be asking people to consider running for various offices, and, if they're interested, to contact us about making such a race.

Most importantly, we will invite them to attend the social event as well as bring their friends and neighbors.

I'm soliciting volunteers to help make phone calls to a dozen or so of our mailer recipients early in the week between Christmas and New Year's and ask if they received the mailer, if they're interested in attending the event, if they've re-registered, etc.

After the responses are back, we'll send post cards advising those who RSVP'd or showed interest when and where the social event will be held and give at least 10 days' notice.

Depending on how this works out, we may adapt this concept to help pump interest into existing counties or even take it on the road to places like: Carroll, Charles, Calvert, Queen Anne's, or elsewhere.

VOLUNTEER HELP WE NEED: 1) Phone solicitors: to call a few numbers and ask some pre-set questions about the mailer. Gauge interest, help us begin and update some volunteer listings. 2) Greeters at the door: to greet people as they come in, make them feel welcome, steer them to the refreshment table(s). 3) Advertising: distribution of fliers to local supermarkets or other stores which allow advertising. A "Community Note" in the Pennyscraper or other local news or shopper's mag. 4) Shoppers: someone to do the shopping for sodas, juices, the munchies, etc., and bring them to the event early. [Yes, you WILL be reimbursed.] 5) Set-up and clean-up: these jobs can be separated, if needed. Depending on where it's held, may be unnecessary.

If you're interested in attending or volunteering to work on this project, please contact me! Thanks. Contact Steve Boone.


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